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CRISIS IN THE CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC


UN delegation arrived in Cameroun to assess the situation of victims

The Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Central Africa, Mr. Abou Moussa, arrived in Yaoundé on Friday 7 Friday, as planned, for a one-week working visit. He was welcomed at the Nsimalen international airport by Mr. Innocent Meutcheye, Director A.i of Protocol and Consular Affairs of the Ministry of External relations. During his stay, Mr. Abou Moussa will meet with the authorities with whom he will exchange information on the crisis that is destabilizing the Central African Republic (CAR) since December 2012 and that was accentuated with the overthrow of Francois Bozizé by “Seleka" on 24 March 2013. On Monday 10 March, his agenda foresees a meeting with the Prime minister, Mr. Philemon Yang.

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CRISIS IN THE CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC


The Head of UNOCA and the Secretary General of ECCAS in consultations

The crisis in Central African Republic (CAR) was at the heart of a working session of more than one hour and thirty minutes on Thursday 27 February between the Head of the UN Regional Office for Central Africa (UNOCA), Mr. Abou Moussa, and the Secretary General of the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS), Mr. Ahmad Allam-Mi.

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REGIONAL IMPACT OF THE CENTRAL AFRICAN CRISIS


The Head of UNOCA meets with the Chadian PM


The Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General and Head of the United Nations Regional Office for Central Africa (UNOCA), Mr. Abou Moussa, met with the Chadian Minister of Foreign Affairs and African Integration on 25 February 2014 in N'Djamena after a working session on the eve with the Prime Minister, Mr. Kalzeubé Pahimi Deubet. He expressed his deep concerned about the impact of the deteriorating situation in Central African Republic (CAR) on some countries of the subregion, including Chad, which has just welcomed over 74,000 people fleeing interreligious violence and clashes between “anti- balakas" and "ex-Seleka".

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PEACE AND SECURITY IN CENTRAL AFRICA

The mandate of UNOCA extended until 31 august 2015

The United Nations Regional Office for Central Africa (UNOCA) will continue its activities until 31 August 2015, an extension of another eighteen months after the expiry of its current mandate on 28 February 2014. Ambassador Raimonda Murmokaitë, Permanent Representative of Lithuania to the United Nations and President of the Security Council for the month of February, informed the UN Secretary-General last week.
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