Migiro wraps up trip to Brazzaville following meeting with Prime Minister
The relationship between the United Nations system and the Republic of Congo topped the agenda in talks held between the country’s Prime Minister and Deputy Secretary-General Asha Rose-Migiro, who has concluded her official visit to the country.
During her meeting with Prime Minister Ifidoru Mvouba, the two also discussed the challenges facing the region as well as UN support to the Republic of Congo, according to UN officials.
Also on Wednesday, Ms. Migiro addressed the opening of the UN Development Programme (UNDP) 2007 Regional Management Team Meeting, which this year is dealing with Africa's development agenda in the context of reforming the UN system.
While in Brazzaville, the Deputy Secretary-General met on 26 April with the UN Country Team and had a town hall meeting with UN staff in the Republic of Congo. In addition, she met with a group of civil society women leaders before returning to New York via Kinshasa.