Les membres du G5 (Nations Unies, Union africaine, CEEAC, Union européenne, France et Etats-Unis) condamnent sans réserve les attaques contre l'église de Fatima et la mosquée de Lakounga ainsi que les violences qui ont secoué aujourd'hui la ville de Bangui. Nous déplorons la mort des victimes et souhaitons un prompt rétablissement à ceux qui ont été blessés dans les actes criminels de ce jour. Nous offrons nos plus sincères condoléances à leurs familles et à tous ceux qui ont été victimes des troubles qui ont suivi l'incident.
Following are UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed’s remarks, as prepared for delivery, at the Sahel Alliance side event “Working Hand in Hand with the United Nations to Invest for the Future of Sahel”, in New York today:
As Deputy Secretary-General, and as someone with very close ties to the Sahel, I very much welcome the initiative of the European Union and the Group of Five for the Sahel countries to bring us together today.
Following are UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed’s remarks, as prepared for delivery, at the high-level round table on security sector reform and sustaining peace, in New York today:
It is a pleasure to join the President of the General Assembly and the many distinguished panellists and guests here today. I thank the Group of Friends of Security Sector Reform for convening this round table.
Not long ago, images of child soldiers and the nation of Liberia were wedded in the minds of the international community. The country was struggling to end a horrific civil war, but military efforts were going nowhere.
Then the mothers, grandmothers and sisters of Liberia stepped forward and formed the Women of Liberia Mass Action for Peace campaign.
Following are UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed’s remarks, as prepared for delivery, on the occasion of the closure of the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL), in Monrovia today:
Thank you, Mr. President, and distinguished members of the Government, for being here today as we mark the closure of the United Nations Mission in Liberia, UNMIL. This ceremony is a wonderful demonstration of the Liberian Government’s success and strong relationship with UNMIL, its leadership and personnel. I thank you.
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