President Joseph Kabila has called on UN peacekeepers to leave the DR Congo, while President Uhuru Kenyatta wants two permanent seats at the Security Council but that's not all ... President Emmerson Mnangagwa has repeated Zimbabwe's demands for U.S. sanctions to be lifted, describing it as "illegal".
Kabila Tells UN to Withdraw Troops
RFI, 27 September 2018
Congolese President Joseph Kabila has called on UN peacekeepers to leave his country, lambasting two decades of inaction. Speaking at the UN General Assembly on Tuesday, Kabila… Read more »
Kenya Demands Two Permanent UN Security Council Seats for Africa
Capital FM, 27 September 2018
President Uhuru Kenyatta has called for urgent reforms at the United Nations to ensure Africa is allocated two permanent seats at the Security Council complete with all attendant… Read more »
Mnangagwa Repeats Mugabe's Anti-Sanctions Call
New Zimbabwe, 27 September 2018
President Emmerson Mnangagwa Wednesday took the occasion of his inaugural address to the United Nations General Assembly in New York to regurgitate his predecessor Robert Mugabe's… Read more »
Liberia Is a UN Peacekeeping Success, Weah Tells World Leaders
UN News, 27 September 2018
With more years of peace than the preceding years of war "Liberia has finally turned the corner", the country's President told world leaders at the United Nations General Assembly,… Read more »
Rwanda's President Paul Kagame has called for promotion of inclusive, non-sectarian politics in post-conflict situations and the world at large, while President of South Africa ... Read more »
Presidents Kabila, Kenyatta and Mnangagwa.
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