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US: Burundi says national sovereignty, non-interference must be respected within UN

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NEW YORK, US, September 25 (Infosplusgabon) - Mounting the podium of the General Assembly, Burundi on Saturday stressed the importance of national sovereignty within the United Nations.

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US: Sub-Saharan leaders call for increased UN aid to regional anti-terror force

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NEW YORK, US, September 25 (Infosplusgabon) - Citing the continuing deterioration of the security situation in the sub-Saharan Sahel, regional leaders at the General Assembly’s annual general debate on Saturday called on the United Nations to provide sufficient resources to the regional G5 Sahel joint force to combat the scourge.

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US: Sudan has ‘turned the page’ on conflicts, FM tells UN Assembly

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NEW YORK, US, September 24 (Infosplusgabon)  -  Addressing the United Nations General Assembly’s annual general debate on Saturday, Ibrahim Ahmed Abd al-Aziz Ghandour, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Sudan, said his country has “turned the page” on conflicts and has embarked on an era of peace and stability, including through the establishment of a unity Government that includes members of former armed groups.

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US: In UN address, South Sudan urges balanced approach to peace, development

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NEW YORK, US, September 24 (Infosplusgabon) - Addressing the United Nations General Assembly’s high-level debate, the First Vice-President of South Sudan on Saturday called for incentivising peace and stability by shifting the focus to development and long-term projects.

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US: At the UN, Tanzania stresses importance of regional stability

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NEW YORK, US, September 24 (Infosplusgabon) - Tanzania has integrated ‘sustainability’ into its development plan 2016-2021, with an eye towards becoming a middle-income country by 2025, its top foreign affairs official told the United Nations General Assembly on Saturday.

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RDCongo, 7 septembre (Infosplusgabon) - La République démocratique du Congo (RDC) a signé, à Brazzaville, un accord avec la Communauté économique et monétaire de l’Afrique centrale (CEMAC) pour officialiser son adhésion au Groupe d’action contre le blanchiment d’argent en Afrique centrale (GABAC), en qualité de membre associé, a-t-on appris jeudi de sources officielles.