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Progress Study on Youth, Peace and Security & other topics - Daily Briefing (23 April 2018)

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Daily Press Briefing: Sweden, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Syria, Deputy Secretary-General, Youth, Disarmament, Central African Republic, Afghanistan, Climate, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Days, Press Encounters Tomorrow, Honour Roll
Briefing by Stéphane Dujarric, Spokesperson for the Secretary-General.
HIGHLIGHTS:
- IN SWEDEN, U.N. CHIEF HAILS PREDECESSOR DAG Hammarskjöld AS ‘MY REFERENCE AND INSPIRATION’
- UNITY OF U.N. SECURITY COUNCIL HELPED DENUCLEARIZATION EFFORTS OF KOREAN PENINSULA – SECRETARY-GENERAL
- U.N. SPECIAL ENVOY STRESSES NEED TO 'BRING DOWN TEMPERATURE' ON SYRIAN CONFLICT
- DEPUTY SECRETARY-GENERAL CALLS FOR COOPERATION TO HELP FINANCE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
- YOUNG PEOPLE ARE AN ASSET, NOT A PERIL, U.N. ENVOY TELLS SECURITY COUNCIL
- U.N. DISARMAMENT OFFICIAL SAYS ORGANIZATION SEEKING WAYS TO ACHIEVE A WORLD FREE OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS
- CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC: U.N. PEACEKEEPERS INTERVENE TO STOP MOVEMENT OF ARMED FIGHTERS
- U.N. CHIEF CONDEMNS ATTACK ON VOTER REGISTRATION CENTRE IN AFGHANISTAN
- SECRETARY-GENERAL THANKS MICHAEL BLOOMBERG FOR $4.5 MILLION CONTRIBUTION FOR CLIMATE ACTION
- U.N. ENVOY TO MEET WITH MINISTERS OF GREECE AND FORMER YUGOSLAV REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA ON ‘NAME’ ISSUE
- U.N. MARKS INTERNATIONAL DAYS FOR ENGLISH AND SPANISH LANGUAGES, BOOKS AND COPYRIGHT
- U.N. REFUGEE AGENCY CONCERNED OVER DEPORTATION BY TRINIDAD AN TOBAGO OF VENEZUELANS SEEKING ASYLUM
- ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA PAYS ITS U.N. BUDGET DUES
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