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31 JANUARY 2018
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres departed New York on Thursday, 25 January, for Ethiopia. During an hour-long layover in Lomé, Togo, he had a courtesy call with President Faure Essozimna Gnassingbé at the airport. The Secretary-General arrived in Addis Ababa late on Friday, 26 January.
On Saturday, 27 January, the Secretary-General began the day with a bilateral meeting with the Chairman of the African Union Commission, Moussa Faki Mahamat.
The following statement was issued today by the Spokesman for UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon:
On the eve of the presidential election in Togo, the Secretary-General calls on all national stakeholders to recommit themselves to ensuring that the election is conducted in a peaceful, free and transparent manner and reflects the will of the people of Togo.
The Secretary-General calls on all political leaders and their supporters to resolve any disputes that may arise from the electoral process through constitutional and peaceful means.
Le Secrétaire général prend note des résultats provisoires de l''élection présidentielle du 4 mars au Togo annoncés aujourd''hui par la Commission Electorale Nationale Indépendante (CENI). Durant cette période, il appelle au même calme et à la même retenue que le jour du vote.
Le Secrétaire général réitère son appel à tous les dirigeants politiques et à leurs partisans afin d''éviter tout acte susceptible de porter atteinte à la conclusion pacifique du processus électoral.
AFR/1948 La déclaration suivante a été communiquée par le Porte-parole du Secrétaire général de l'ONU, M.
The following statement was issued today by the Spokesman for UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan:
The Secretary-General expresses grave concern over reported violent incidents that broke out, especially in Lomé, following the voting on 24 April 2005 and the announcement on 26 April of the preliminary results. He expresses his sadness at the deaths and injuries caused.
The following statement was issued on 24 April by the Spokesman for UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan:
The Secretary-General welcomes the peaceful and orderly manner in which the Togolese people turned out in large numbers to cast their votes on Sunday, 24 April 2005, for the election of a new President for their country. Given the deep emotions felt by the different candidates and their supporters during the difficult electoral campaign, the Secretary-General commends the sense of political and civic responsibility demonstrated by the leaders and the population.
The following statement was issued on 25 February by the Spokesman for Secretary-General Kofi Annan:
The Secretary-General welcomes the decision by Mr. Faure Gnassingbé to step down as Head of State of Togo and the subsequent designation by the National Assembly of an Interim Head of State who will oversee the organization of the forthcoming elections in accordance with the Constitution.
The following statement was issued on Saturday, 19 February, by the Spokesman for Secretary-General Kofi Annan:
The Secretary-General is concerned that talks between the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and the Togolese authorities on the country's constitutional crisis have not advanced. He notes that ECOWAS has consequently suspended Togo from the regional body. The Secretary-General reiterates his call for continued and urgent efforts to find a peaceful solution consistent with constitutional order and the rule of law.
The following statement was issued by the Spokesman for Secretary-General Kofi Annan on 12 February:
The Secretary-General is concerned over the deteriorating security situation in Togo. He expresses his sadness over deaths and injuries that have resulted from the violent incident in Lomé on 12 February. He calls on all sides to exercise maximum restraint, while efforts continue to find an early and peaceful solution to the country's current crisis.