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UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon visited Bangui, the capital of the Central African Republic, to shine a light on the crisis in the country, 5 April 2014, Bangui. UN Photo/Evan Schneider
The Secretary-General welcomes the announcement of the new Government in the Central African Republic (CAR). He congratulates the Head of State of the Transition, Ms. Catherine Samba Panza and the Prime Minister, Mr. André Nzapayeké, for their efforts to put the transition back on track. The establishment of a new government offers a fresh opportunity to move the political process forward. The Secretary-General reiterates the readiness of the United Nations to support the transitional authorities in their efforts to ensure the security and the welfare of the people of the CAR.
GENEVA (27 January 2014) – The Central African Republic is now at a critical juncture, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay warned on Monday, amid renewed fighting and the flight of ex-Séléka and Muslim civilians towards the north of the country.
-Security Council resolution 2149 authorizing United Nations multidimensional integrated stabilization mission in Central African Republic , MINUSCA (10 April 2014)
- Security Council resolution 2134 authorizing the deployment of EU force and the extension of the BINUCA's mandate [28 January 2014]
- Special Representative calls for calm [11 January 2014]
- Latest report of the UN Secretary-General on the situation in the CAR
[31 December 2013]