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Statement attributable to the Spokesperson for the SG on attacks in Yobe State, Nigeria
New York, 30 September 2013 - The Secretary-General strongly condemns the murder yesterday of more than 40 students and the wounding of several others by gunmen at the College of Agriculture in Gujba, Yobe State, northeastern Nigeria.  He extends his condolences to the families of the bereaved and to the government and people of Nigeria on this tragic occasion.
Statement attributable to the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General on Guinea
New York, 27 September 2013The Secretary-General welcomes the inter-Guinean dialogue leading to the holding of legislative elections tomorrow, 28 September. He congratulates the people of Guinea, its Government and political leaders for their commitment to a consensual and peaceful electoral process. He expresses appreciation for the efforts of the College of Facilitators, including his Special Representative for West Africa.
Déclaration du Facilitateur International du Dialogue inter-guinéen, Said Djinnit
Conakry, 21 septembre 2013 Comme vous le savez, les membres de la Communauté internationale représentés au sein du Comité de suivi se sont impliqués étroitement à toutes les étapes de la mise en œuvre de l’accord du 3 Juillet sur l’organisation des élections législatives.  La Communauté internationale s’est employée à aider les institutions guinéennes à créer les conditions nécessaires pour la tenue d’un scrutin libre, transparent, inclusif et apaisé le 24 septembre.
Déclaration de Said Djinnit, Facilitateur international du dialogue inter-Guinéen

17 septembre 2013 - Dans l'esprit du processus d'application des accords du 3 juillet 2013 pour l'organisation d'élections législatives, libres, transparentes et inclusives en Guinée, j'appelle instamment, en ma qualité de Facilitateur international et de Représentant spécial du Secrétaire général des Nations Unies pour l'Afrique de l'Ouest, les responsables de partis politiques, les autorités gouvernementales guinéennes, les partenaires internationaux et la Commission électorale nationale indépendante à mobiliser toute leur énergie dans les jours qui viennent pour mettre en œuvre les mesures arrêtées lors de la réunion du Comité de suivi du lundi 16 septembre, en vue de renforcer la fiabilité du dispositif électoral.

Déclaration de Said Djinnit, Facilitateur international du dialogue inter-Guinéen
Communiqué du Comité de Suivi de l'Accord du 3 juillet 2013 (16 Septembre 2013)

Dans l'esprit du processus d'application des accords du 3 juillet 2013 pour l'organisation d'élections législatives, libres, transparentes et inclusives en Guinée, j'appelle instamment, en ma qualit&
PRST adopted unanimously on piracy in the Gulf of Guinea as S/PRST/2013/13
14 August 2013 -  The Security Council reaffirms its primary responsibility for the maintenance of international peace and security, in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations, and recognizes the primary responsibility of States in the eradication of piracy and armed robbery at sea.
Statement attributable to the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General on Nigeria
New York, 13 August 2013 - The Secretary-General strongly condemns the recent violent attacks that have killed scores of civilians in the localities of Mafa and Kondugo in Borno State, including dozens of worshippers reported to have been shot to death while praying inside a mosque.
Election Togo, Déclaration à la presse du Représentant Spécial
Lomé, 24 juillet 2013 - A la veille des élections législatives, j’ai tenu à venir à Lomé pour être aux côtés des togolaises et des togolais et de leurs institutions en ces moments importants. A la suite de la récente visite des chefs d’Etats de la CEDEAO, je suis venu adresser aux acteurs politiques l’appel des Nations Unies pour la tenue d’un scrutin libre, transparent et apaisé.
Statement attributable to the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General on Guinea
New York, 18 July 2013 -  The Secretary-General is deeply concerned about reports of violent intercommunal clashes in southern Guinea, resulting in heavy loss of life and property. The Secretary-General calls for calm and urges Guineans to refrain from all acts likely to undermine peaceful coexistence among communities and human rights. He urges national and community leaders to ensure the security of persons and property, to uphold the rule of law and to pursue the path of dialogue with a view to addressing any concerns among the communities.
Security Council Presidential statement on “Peace and security in Africa/Sahel”
16 July 2013 - (...) The Security Council reaffirms its concern about the alarming situation in the Sahel region and its commitment to address the complex security and political challenges in this region that are interrelated with humanitarian and developmental issues as well as adverse effects of climate and ecological changes.
“The Security Council reaffirms its concern about the alarming situation 
in the Sahel region and its commitment to address the complex security and 
political challenges in this region that are interrelated with humanitarian and 
developmental issues as well as adverse effects of climate and ecological 
changes.
Statement attributable to the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General on Guinea
New York, 4 July 2013The Secretary-General welcomes the signing, on 3 July in Conakry, of the agreement between the presidential coalition and the opposition parties at the end of the inter-Guinean political dialogue launched on 28 March.
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