28 November 2012

Angola: UN Secretary Special Envoy Ends Mission

Luanda — The special envoy of the UN secretary general, Abou Moussa, ended on Wednesday his two- day visit to the country, where he represented the UN chief, Ban Ki-moon, in the conference on peace and security in Gulf of Guinea, taking place in Angola, Angop has learnt.

Despite his participation in the conference, Ban Ki-moon envoy seized the occasion to meet with members of the Angolan Government, among them the Foreign Affairs Minister, George Chicoty, the Defence Minister, General Candido Van-Dunem.

At the Luanda 4 de Fevereiro International Airport, Abou Moussa, said he debated with the Angolan officials about the aspects related to peace keeping and security in the Gulf of Guinea, reminding that without these two elements it is very difficult to promote the development in the continent and the economic development.

He said that during his double mission he had the opportunity to presenting the position of the institution with regard to security and peace in the continent and in the Gulf of Guinea zone in particular.

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