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UN chief appoints new resident coordinator for Central African Republic

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  UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres announced on Monday the appointment of Mali s Mohamed Ag Ayoya as the new resident coordinator for the Central African Republic The Resident Coordinator is the highest ranking representative of the UN development system at the country level Ayoya is also appointed as the new deputy special representative of the UN secretary general for the UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic MINUSCA and will also serve as the humanitarian coordinator for the country the chief s press office said of the UN in a statement statement She succeeds Denise Brown of Canada who has been appointed as the UN resident coordinator and humanitarian coordinator in Ukraine according to the statement Ayoya brings more than two decades of professional experience and extensive knowledge of humanitarian affairs with a particular focus on complex emergencies and child protection issues in field settings the statement added Ayoya has served as a United Nations Children s Fund representative in conflict settings including Somalia South Sudan and Afghanistan Xinhua
UN chief appoints new resident coordinator for Central African Republic

General Antonio Guterres

– UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres announced on Monday the appointment of Mali‘s Mohamed Ag Ayoya as the new resident coordinator for the Central African Republic.

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The Resident Coordinator is the highest-ranking representative of the UN development system at the country level.

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Ayoya is also appointed as the new deputy special representative of the UN secretary-general for the UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA), and will also serve as the humanitarian coordinator for the country, the chief’s press office said. of the UN in a statement. statement.

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She succeeds Denise Brown of Canada, who has been appointed as the UN resident coordinator and humanitarian coordinator in Ukraine, according to the statement.

Ayoya brings more than two decades of professional experience and extensive knowledge of humanitarian affairs, “with a particular focus on complex emergencies and child protection issues in field settings,” the statement added.

Ayoya has served as a United Nations Children’s Fund representative in conflict settings, including Somalia, South Sudan and Afghanistan. ■

(Xinhua)

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