Angola presented on Wednesday, in New York, the report by the Ad Hoc Working Group of the UN Security Council on the Prevention and Resolution of Conflicts in Africa. Speaking at this year’s last session of the Security Council, the representative of Angola at the UN, Ismael Martins, who is the chairman of the referred group, emphasized the need to explore new ways of cooperation between the UN and the African Union (AU). The report also highlights the situations in the DR Congo, Guinea-Bissau, Somalia, Sudan, Cote d’Ivoire and Liberia, as well as the issue on the development of the Great Lakes region. Full Story
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