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Ambassador Keh Kamara speaks on behalf of Africa at Joint AU/UN Peace and Security Council Consultative Meeting

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 Among the plethora of items discussed were the Partnership between the African Union and the United Nations, Funding for Africa Union Peace and Security Activities and the AU Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Development Policy/Peace-Building.

Both Councils were obliged to select representatives to make presentations on these items.

Sierra Leone’s Permanent Representative to the African Union, Ambassador Osman Keh Kamara was nominated by the African Union Peace and Security Council to do a presentation on the topic, ‘The AU Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Development Policy/Peace-Building.’

The nomination of Sierra Leone to sever as a lead presenter on the above topic cannot be unconnected with the fact that the country is serving as a role model for post-conflict peace-building and socio-economic recovery.

One of the United Nations Security Council Representatives commended the African Union Peace and Security Council for choosing Sierra Lone to speak on the theme, bearing in mind that Sierra Leone is a success story by the UN and the global community standards in Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Development.

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