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General Ban Ki Moon


About General Ban Ki Moon

General Ban Ki Moon is the Secretary General of the United Nations (UN).

Professional Biography

As UN Secretary General

In his February 09 visit to African nations, he called upon the African countries to explore the continent's potentialities as a way of meeting the eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

General Ban Ki Moon in News

UN Annual Resolution on Western Sahara Renews Call for Negotiated Political Solution to the Conflict
WASHINGTON, DC--(Marketwired - April 28, 2015) - Today, the United Nations once again renewed the mandate for MINURSO, its peacekeeping mission in Western Sahara, calling for "a just, lasting and mutually acceptable political solution to the conflict

Andhra Pradesh News on February 22, 2013
Andhra Pradesh News and Headlines on February 22, 2013

Russia and China vetoes on Syrian resolution
Veto puts 300-member United Nations mission in Syria in doubt

Jordan King warns Syrian chemical weapons could be seized by al-Qaeda
Says it will take years for Syria to come to normalcy if situation deteriorates

Syrian Government accuses UN chief Ban Ki Moon of being 'biased'
Syria has accused United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki Moon of being 'biased' and urged him to issue statements to the world on the basis of comments made by UN monitors only.

Western leaders threaten Syria after UN warns of regime failing to honour ceasefire
With the UN warnings that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is not honouring terms of a ceasefire, Western leaders have threatened international intervention, including setting up "humanitarian corridors" across Syria.

Iran to decide case of 'downed' US drone: Foreign Minister
Iranian Foreign Minister Ali-Akbar Salehi has said the country will decide the fate of the downed US spy drone and rejected the US request for returning the drone.

Zardari urges UN to promote religious harmony across the globe
Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari has made an impassioned plea to the United Nations to work out special plans for promoting cultural and religious harmony across the globe.

16 nations announce new commitments to reduce maternal and child mortality
U.N. Secretary General Ban ki Moon has welcomed an announcement by 16 countries to go ahead with new commitments to dramatically reduce maternal, newborn and child mortality.

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