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Mar 21, 2011
Strengthening the peacebuilding agenda, enhancing its impact in the field and providing continued support to the peacebuilding efforts in Burundi, the Central African Republic, Guinea-Bissau and Sierra Leone were at the core of the Commission’s work in 2010. In September 2010, the Commission made Liberia the fifth country on the agenda responding to a request from the Security Council on behalf of the Government of Liberia.
Statement by Ambassador Wittig on the 2010 Report of the Peacebuilding Commission in the General Assembly
Mar 17, 2011
Afghanistan is a national foreign policy priority for the German government. We consider it an honor to be holding the pen in this important Security Council dossier for the next two years and we look forward to working with you – in support of Afghanistan. We thank our Turkish predecessors for their valuable work and their continuous commitment, particularly in the field of regional cooperation.
Statement by Ambassdor Wittig on UNAMA in the Security Council
Mar 11, 2011
Financing for development still remains a crucial challenge for achieving the MDGs until 2015. It implies that donor countries need to honour their international commitments, including goals such as the spending of 0.7 % of our gross national income for official development assistance until 2015
Speaking points by Ambassador Berger at the ECOSOC BWI Spring Meeting on MDGs