Migiro visits Guinea-Bissau in show of UN’s support
United Nations Deputy Secretary-General Asha-Rose Migiro arrived in Guinea-Bissau today on a visit intended to reaffirm the world body’s support for the West African’s country’s ongoing efforts to consolidate peace, national reconciliation and constitutional governance.
Her stop in Guinea-Bissau is part of a four-country trip including Austria, Ghana and Kenya.
Last night, she was in Accra, Ghana’s capital, where she spoke to reporters upon arrival regarding the UN and African Union (AU) efforts regarding the situation in Darfur, according to the Secretary-General’s spokesperson Michele Montas.
Ms. Migiro is scheduled to return to Accra on Saturday to address the annual summit of Heads of State and Government of the AU.