Bujumbura (November, 18th 2015) - Although MENUB complete its term, "I reaffirm that the United Nations will remain steadfast in their support for the people and Government of Burundi." These are the words from the message of the Secretary General of the United Nation
Associated Press. [News Story]. 23/10/2015.
GENEVA (AP) -- The U.N. human rights office is expressing concerns about "rapidly worsening" security and respect for human rights in Burundi after the shooting deaths of at least nine civilians in the capital.
The Secretary-General condemns the killing of nine civilians and two police officers in Bujumbura on 13 October, amid exchanges of heavy of gunfire in several neighborhoods of the city. The civilians, including a staff member of the International Organization for Migration, Mr.
New York, 27 October 2015
Today, the Secretary-General called H.E. Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, Chairperson of the African Union Commission, to discuss the situation in Burundi.
4 August 2015 - The members of the Security Council strongly condemned the killing of General Adolphe Nshimirimana on 2 August and the violent attack on Pierre Claver Mbonimpa on 3 August. They noted that there is no place for violence and called on all actors to remain calm.
The Secretary-General strongly condemns the assassination attempt on Pierre Claver Mbonimpa, a leading Burundian human rights defender who was shot and wounded by unknown assailants in Bujumbura today. He conveys his wishes for a full and speedy recovery to Mr.