UN’s Ban Ki-Moon recommends partnership with Africa as “vital”

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By special correspondent

Newyork-The United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Tuesday welcomed the cooperation between the UN and the African Union (AU) and other sub-regional organizations in Africa, at a meeting of the Council security in New York organized at the initiative of President of the Republic of South Africa, Jacob Zuma.

“The African Union is a vital strategic partner of the United Nations and South Africa used its presidency of the AU to deepen the relationship,” welcomed Ban Ki-moon in his remarks to the Security Council, which chaired in January by South Africa.

For Ban Ki Moon, the last few years, have strengthened the partnership with the African Union at the Secretariat level in several concrete ways.  First, the African Union-United Nations Joint Task Force has proven to be an effective mechanism for consultations on an array of issues, including Côte d’Ivoire, Libya, Somalia and Sudan.

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