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Following are UN Secretary‑General António Guterres’ remarks at the annual high-level pledging conference for the Central Emergency Response Fund, in New York today:
It is a pleasure for me to be here with you to celebrate a United Nations success story — the Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF). Over the past 12 years, CERF has been at the forefront of humanitarian response.
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon travelled to Washington, D.C., in the afternoon of Thursday, 4 June.
Upon arrival, he met for over an hour with United States Vice-President Joseph Biden. They discussed United States financial support for the United Nations, a topic on which the Vice-President was supportive.
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon arrived in Washington, D.C., from Haiti in the afternoon of Tuesday, 10 March.
He held a wide-ranging and very productive meeting with United States President Barack Obama at the White House that afternoon, covering a broad range of issues confronting the international community. (See Press Release SG/SM/12131)
Among other things, they discussed the international economic crisis and emphasized the need to ensure that the world's poor and most vulnerable people are not left behind.
New York, 18 March 2009 - Deputy Secretary-General's remarks to General Assembly thematic debate on the right to education in emergency, post-crisis and transition situations caused by man-made conflicts and natural disasters
Ladies and Gentlemen,
I am pleased to welcome you to this important debate.
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon: Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. It's a great pleasure to meet you.
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon: Good morning, ladies and gentlemen.
It is a great pleasure to join you for this month's press conference. I will make brief remarks and, as usual, I would be very happy to answer your questions.
First of all, the global financial crisis continues to be foremost in our minds. This coming Saturday, I will attend the G-20 summit in Washington, D.C. I will be bringing three messages: First, we must do everything we can to alleviate the impact of the crisis on the world's poorest and most vulnerable people.