UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon to Visit Paraguay

February 17, 2015 8:11 am

Asuncion, Feb 16 (Prensa Latina) The Paraguayan government confirmed
the forthcoming official visit to the country of the UN Secretary
General, .

Foreign Affairs Minister, Eladio Loizaga, stated that Ban will be in
Paraguay on the 25 and 26 of this month and talked about some details of
the agenda to be met during his stay.

Speaking to the local
press he stated that the program includes exchanges on topics related to
development once 2015 expires, the deadline for the fulfillment of the
Millennium Goals, according to the UN Agreements.

Similarly, he
added that he will talk about the role of Paraguay in the multilateral
context, particularly with regard to developing countries landlocked,
the group to which it belongs.

Ban will known Joint Training
Center for Peacekeeping Operations of Paraguay and will visits the
social programs that UN supports here.

The Center is an
institution designed to train future members of peacekeeping missions of
the UN, in which Paraguay participates with military displaced to the
Democratic Republic of Congo, Sudan, Cote d’Ivore, Western Sahara, Haiti
and Cyprus.

Loizaga assured that another aspect to be analyzed
in the meeting with the secretary general of the world body is the tense
international situation especially referring to the recent events
developed in the Middle East and other parts of the world.

The
arrival of Ban Ki-moon will coincide match those of the Director General
of the World Trade Organization, Roberto Azevedo, and a special adviser
for sent by the president of France, François Hollande.

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