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1 October 2015

The UN Secretary General said today that the Central African Republic urgently needs guarantees that peace and stability in that country are a priority for the international community and expressed deep concern over the escalation of violence in recent days.

“It is clear that the most recent violence in Bangui is aimed at destabilizing the country and endangering the transition process. We cannot allow forces to undermine the achievements of the past year and deny the aspirations of the vast majority of Central Africans for peace and a better life, ”Ban Ki-moon said.

During a high-level event dedicated to evaluating the present situation and future prospects in that country, Ban alluded to the progress made in the political field and in particular in relation to the preparation of elections this year with which it would be completed. the transition process.

However, he stated that the events of recent days in the Central African Republic show how necessary international support is and overcoming religious and inter-community divisions.

The UN chief added that the meeting called on Thursday was a sign of support for the peaceful conclusion of the transition and also to focus on the priorities that must be worked on in the next year and a half.

Ban Ki-moon pointed out that despite the contributions of the European Union, the African Union or other member states, there is a shortage of funds to address security and stability needs and guarantee human rights for all. Without those contributions, the country is in danger, Ban Ki-moon said, of falling into persistent conflict and more suffering.

1 October 2015

The UN Secretary General said today that the Central African Republic urgently needs guarantees that peace and stability in that country are a priority for the international community and expressed deep concern over the escalation of violence in recent days.

“It is clear that the most recent violence in Bangui is aimed at destabilizing the country and endangering the transition process. We cannot allow forces to undermine the achievements of the past year and deny the aspirations of the vast majority of Central Africans for peace and a better life, ”Ban Ki-moon said.

During a high-level event dedicated to evaluating the present situation and future prospects in that country, Ban alluded to the progress made in the political field and in particular in relation to the preparation of elections this year with which it would be completed. the transition process.

However, he stated that the events of recent days in the Central African Republic show how necessary international support is and overcoming religious and inter-community divisions.

The UN chief added that the meeting called on Thursday was a sign of support for the peaceful conclusion of the transition and also to focus on the priorities that must be worked on in the next year and a half.

Ban Ki-moon pointed out that despite the contributions of the European Union, the African Union or other member states, there is a shortage of funds to address security and stability needs and guarantee human rights for all. Without those contributions, the country is in danger, Ban Ki-moon said, of falling into persistent conflict and more suffering.