Fri, March 27 / March 2015 18:50
Arrived in the capital Baghdad today, the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations for Iraq's newly appointed Jan Kubis, and took upon his arrival his responsibilities as President of the United Nations mission to help Iraq [UNAMI] and internationalist envoy in Iraq.
According to a statement of the mission received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, "it was set [Kubis, the Slovak nationality, by the Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon, his special representative in Iraq in February 24, 2015, replacing the former Special Representative for Iraq Nikolay Mladenov" .
The statement quoted Kubis said "I look forward to working with the Government and people of Iraq to restore security and stability, and to ensure the return of millions of displaced Iraqis to their homes, and to promote all-round cooperation and national reconciliation as well as the protection of human rights for all."
He said the new UN envoy that "the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq, United Nations agencies and programs stand ready to work with all the actors in Iraq in support of the response of integrated at the political level, human rights and stability, in order to address the current challenges faced by Iraq."
It is said that, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, announced on 24 February, announced the appointment of Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak former [Jan Kubis] as his special representative to Iraq and the Presidency of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq [UNAMI] successor to an outgoing Bulgarian Nikolay Mladenov after appointed special coordinator for the peace process in the Middle East.
He served the Special Envoy of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in the new Iraq [Jan Kubis] [Ján Kubiš] several diplomatic posts, most recently represented by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in Afganstan.anthy
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