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Koren Peninsula & Other Topics - Daily Press Briefing (27 April 2018)

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Daily Press Briefing: Korean Peninsula, Armenia, Madagascar, Multilateralism, South Sudan, Syria, Iraq, Bangladesh-Myanmar, UNICEF & Press Conferences
Briefing by Stéphane Dujarric, Spokesperson for the Secretary-General.
Highlights:
- U.N. CHIEF APPLAUDS HISTORIC SUMMIT BETWEEN DPR KOREA AND REPUBLIC OF KOREA
- SECRETARY-GENERAL HIGHLIGHTS NEED FOR PEACEFUL SOLUTION FOLLOWING RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN ARMENIA
- SECRETARY-GENERAL REITERATES CALL FOR POLITICAL DIALOGUE IN MADAGASCAR
- WE CANNOT TAKE THE MULTILATERAL TRADING SYSTEM FOR GRANTED - DEPUTY SECRTERAY-GENERAL
- VIOLENT CLAHSES IN SOUTH SUDAN HAVING DEVASTATING IMPACT ON CIVILIANS AND AID AGENCIES – U.N.
- SYRIA: U.N. DEEPLY CONCERNED FOR SAFETY OF CIVILIANS AFTER HOSTILITIES INTENSIFIED IN YARMOUK
- U.N. SENIOR OFFICIAL ENCOURAGES IRAQIS TO MAKE THEIR VOICES HEARD THROUGH UPCOMING ELECTIONS
- U.N. AND PARTNERS DELIVERING AID TO THOUSANDS OF ROHINGYA REFUGEES IN BLANGALDESH
- U.N. CHIEF TO SPEAK AT U.N.I.C.E.F. EVENT TO IMPROVE QUALITY EDUCATION WORLDWIDE
- U.N. REFUGEE AGENCY CALLS ON GREECE TO IMPROVE CONDITIONS FOR ASYLUM-SEEKERS IN DETENTION FACILITIES
- U.N. RIGHTS CHIEF CALLS ON ISRAEL TO ENSURE SECURITY FORCES DON’T USE EXCESSIVE FORCE
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