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They are prepared to move on short notice but the problem has always been an issue of access.
The Secretary-General is conveying his grave concern to the relevant parties. He has instructed his Special Envoy for Syria to follow up urgently with the parties concerned.
Responsibility for further investigations lies with Burundi and Gabon.
The alleged perpetrators, if allegations against them are substantiated, and, if warranted, their commanding officers, will not be accepted again for deployment in peacekeeping operations.
This is a critical juncture in the talks and he welcomes very much the fact that the two leaders have jointly expressed their hope that this meeting will pave the way for the last phase of the talks.
The Secretary-General was present in a very symbolic meeting in China where he was presented with the instruments of ratification of both the US and China together. We hope that whoever occupies the White House in 2017 will continue that leadership role for the United States.
If such horrific acts persist despite global outrage, it is largely because their authors, whether in corridors of power or in insurgent redoubts, do not fear justice. They must be proved wrong.
We continue to welcome his public work on behalf of climate change.
On 11 October, U.N. escort troops fired non-lethal ammunition to disperse crowds attempting to loot a humanitarian convoy in Les Cayes.
The Board of Inquiry will ascertain the facts of the incident and report to the Secretary-General upon the completion of its work. The Secretary-General will review the report and decide what further steps to take.
Omar was badly injured and rescue team could not reach him for two hours. When he was evacuated he could not survive his wounds.
We cannot shoot our way through roadblocks.
The U.N.'s humanitarian arm along with its partners is navigating an extremely, extremely challenging environment. The goal is and will remain to deliver as much humanitarian aid as possible.
The U.N. mission, as well as other U.N. agencies, funds and programs are preparing for the temporary relocation of non-critical staff from Juba. They would likely be moved to Nairobi, though he did not have any figures.
(The U.N. mission) also reports that the airport in the capital has been reopened, although commercial flights remain suspended.
This raises legitimate questions about Israel's long-term intentions, which are compounded by continuing statements of some Israeli ministers calling for the annexation of the West Bank.
We're not going to walk back from what we said.
He calls for calm and stresses the importance of respect for peaceful protest and freedom of assembly, and a commitment to rule of law, dialogue and non-violence.
The humanitarian situation obviously remains very fluid.
The mission said that its primary concern was to ensure that victims have been assisted and all reports immediately investigated to ensure that any perpetrators are appropriately sanctioned. The integrated team will gather all available information and preserve evidence to the extent possible.
It would have been better had we received clearer words from the president of the Security Council.
He stressed to Mr. Mulet that he stands against any form of anti-Semitism and fully respects the millions of victims of the Holocaust. He also informed the chef de cabinet that he had personally apologised to Ambassador (Danny) Danon of Israel.
Every day that we let pass without a political solution leads to more death, suffering and destruction, at a time when more than 21 million Yemenis are in need of humanitarian aid.
And I think he would call for all leaders in the region, whether political or religious leaders, to avoid adding fuel to the fire by making any statements that would increase tensions between different religious groups in the region.
The Secretary-General is deeply concerned by recent court decisions in Egypt, particularly the death sentences for 183 people and the sentencing journalists from Al Jazeera to lengthy jail terms, proceedings that clearly appear not to meet the basic fair trial standards.