Secretary-General, concerned by escalation of violence in Mozambique, calls for inclusive dialogue to resolve differences

Report
from UN Secretary-General
Published on 23 Oct 2013 View Original

Secretary-General
SG/SM/15418
AFR/2729

The following statement was issued today by the Spokesperson for UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon:

The Secretary-General is concerned by the recent escalation of violence in Mozambique between Government forces and members of the Mozambican National Resistance.

The Secretary-General calls on all parties to refrain from any act that can threaten the peace and stability that has prevailed during the past 21 years, since the 1992 Rome General Peace Accords.

He urges them to fully engage in an inclusive dialogue to resolve differences within the established democratic order and to ensure that the country continues to achieve social inclusion and sustainable development for all.

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