UN SECRETARY-GENERAL, António Guterres, may visit Mozambique later this year, following an invitation made to him by the President of the Republic, Filipe Nyusi. The invitation is expressed in a message delivered yesterday (Saturday) in New York, United States, by the Prime Minister, Adriano Maleiane, in what was his last public act in the context of his participation in the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly. The Government wants António Guteres visit Mozambique to witness the end of the first phase of the Demobilization, Disarmament and Reintegration Process (DDR), within the framework of the national reconciliation program. Maleiane stated that the Government recognizes the role of the United Nations and, in particular, of its envoy, Mirco Manzone, in the process of national reconciliation. In the context of the consolidation of peace and national reconciliation, Mozambique has registered notable progress in terms of the DDR. covered by this process, 4,002 former Renamo guerrillas, out of a total of 5,221, with the conclusion of the process expected by the end of this year, which will constitute an important milestone in the implementation of the Peace and National Reconciliation Agreement signed to August 6, 2019. Meanwhile, the Prime Minister left New York yesterday to return to the country, after having participated in the high-level debate of the United Nations General Assembly.Read more…Source:Jornal Notícias

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