Archive for September, 2012

Fifth Meeting of the Sudan/South Sudan Consultative Forum

28th September 2012 Uncategorized

New York – 1. The Sudan-South Sudan Consultative Forum (SSSCF), initially established as the Sudan Consultative Forum on 8 May 2010, held its fifth meeting at United Nations (UN) Headquarters in New York, on 27 September 2012. The meeting was co-chaired by the UN Secretary-General, Mr. Ban Ki-moon, and the Chairperson of the Commission of the African Union (AU), Dr. Jean Ping. (more…)

Secretary-General’s remarks at side event on Polio Eradication

28th September 2012 Uncategorized

New York – This extraordinary gathering shows our collective will to eradicate polio. We have in this room the leaders of the remaining polio endemic countries and the partners who are going to help end this disease once and for all. (more…)

Secretary-General’s remarks to Global Business Coalition for Education Breakfast

28th September 2012 Uncategorized

New York – Good morning. Yesterday was a big day.  We launched our Education First initiative.  I thank so many of you for taking part. But now it’s the morning after.  The key to success is translating excitement into delivery – turning promises into results. (more…)

Secretary-General’s remarks to sixth ministerial meeting of the parties to the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban-Treaty

28th September 2012 Uncategorized

New York – Today we continue an important tradition. We gather here as the United Nations General Assembly opens to show our resolve to see the Comprehensive Nuclear Test-Ban Treaty enter into force. We do this because we are convinced the CTBT has a crucial role to play in building a safer, more secure and saner world.  (more…)

Secretary-General’s remarks at meeting on Eastern DRC

28th September 2012 Uncategorized

New York – Merci beaucoup de participer à cette importante réunion de haut niveau. Votre présence le montre : vous soutenez les efforts que déploie la Conférence internationale sur la région des Grands Lacs afin de briser une fois pour toutes l’engrenage de la violence dans l’est de la République démocratique du Congo. (more…)