Last quote by Jan Eliasson
We have to stand up for international humanitarian law. We have seen a decay, a lack of respect for international law which is causing enormous damage in the world.
May 22 2016
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Jan Eliasson is associated, including law and damage. Most recently, Jan Eliasson has been quoted saying: “I'll tell you how deeply concerned the Secretary General and I and our colleagues are about the current situation in South Sudan. Our base in Akobo, Jonglei State, was attacked and we have reports that lives are lost.” in the article South Sudan bloodshed heightens UN fears of inter-clan war. An other article where Jan Eliasson has been quoted is Second attack on UN in South Sudan.
Quotes by Jan Eliasson
Dec 20 2013
I'll tell you how deeply concerned the Secretary General and I and our colleagues are about the current situation in South Sudan. Our base in Akobo, Jonglei State, was attacked and we have reports that lives are lost.
Dec 20 2013
The UN's response to this attack will be strong There is a strong commitment to do what we can for the protection of civilians in our compounds and camps, and of course a strong appeal for political dialogue to the government of Sudan and also to Riek Machar and his camp. It is urgent to go into that dialogue.
Aug 22 2013
This represents, no matter what the consequences are, a serious escalation with grave humanitarian consequences and human consequences. We very much hope that we will be able to conduct the investigation. Dr. Sellstrom and his team are in place in Damascus. We hope that they will be given access to the area by the government.
Oct 29 2007
"I refuse to state that the peace process is interrupted,"
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