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Secretary-General's Remarks to Security Council Open Debate on Conflict Prevention E-mail

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The Secretary-General

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  Remarks to Security Council Open Debate on Conflict Prevention

 

New York, 21 August 2014

 

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I thank the Presidency of the United Kingdom for convening this important debate.

Before I begin, allow me to pay tribute to an outstanding United Nations leader who joins us for the last time as High Commissioner for Human Rights, Mme. Navi Pillay.  I, as Secretary-General, and I believe that these Council members have benefitted from her honest views and unvarnished reports on the terrible human rights abuses we confront in our world.

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (left) addresses the Security Council debate on conflict prevention on 21 August 2014 (UN Photo/Loey Felipe)
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Government Releases Preliminary Results on Cambodia's First Agriculture Census 2013 E-mail

 

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Phnom Penh, 20 August 2014 - The Royal Government of Cambodia will release its agriculture census, the first ever in the history of the Kingdom.  The census will provide up-to-date information to decision-makers including the Government, Development Partners, and NGOs to further develop the sector and adjust policy for improved food security and livelihoods and for poverty reduction.

Key speakers will include His Excellency Mr. Chhay Than, Senior Minister and Minister of Planning, FAO Representative Ms. Nina Brandstrup, USAID Country Director Ms. Rebecca Black.  

 

Preliminary Census report are available in  English and  Khmer.

 

 
The Secretary-General's Remarks at 500 days of Action for the Millennium Development Goals Event E-mail

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The Secretary-General

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  Remarks at 500 days of Action for the Millennium Development Goals Event

 

18 August 2014

 

Welcome to the United Nations, it is a pleasure to see you.

I am very happy to be with our inspiring young leader Malala Yousazfai. She is a daughter of the United Nations, welcome to the United Nations.

While we are very happy to be with Malala today, we have many good reasons, at least two good reasons, to commemorate and celebrate today.

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