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- Malta’s Foreign Minister: Features of solving the Libyan crisis looming, and we support the efforts of the UN mission in Libya
- Developing five City Profiles for conflict-affected cities in Iraq, Libya, Yemen and Syria
- Egypt, Italy FMs discuss bilateral ties, regional issues
- UNHCR Update Libya (6 December 2019) [EN/AR]
- Secretary-General Appoints Nada al-Nashif of Jordan Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights
August 23, 2015
UN Secretary-General, Mr Ban Ki-Moon was set arrive in Nigeria Sunday for a two-day official visit.
The visit coincides with the fourth anniversary of the terror bombing of the UN building in Abuja.
The building located in central business district was attacked on August 26, 2011 by a Boko Haram suicide bomber, killing more than 25 persons, mainly foreigners.
The building is still undergoing rehabilitation. Mr Ban will lay a wreath at the site.
This will be Mr Ban’s second visit to Nigeria since taking office in 2007.
He last visited in May 2011 to discuss the crises in Southern Sudan and in Libya with then President Goodluck Jonathan.
On Monday, the UN chiefwill meet with President Muhammadu Buhari.
An itinerary released by the UN Information Centre, Lagos, said Mr Ban is also scheduled to hold talks with state governors.