Secretary-General: Press Release


SG/T/2090
21 March 1997


Press Release
SG/T/2090


SECRETARY-GENERAL BEGINS NINE-DAY AFRICAN TOUR

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JOHANNESBURG, 21 March -- Secretary-General Kofi Annan flew to Cape Town on Tuesday, 18 March, to begin his nine-day trip to South Africa, Namibia, Angola and Togo.

SG/SM/6187
21 March 1997


Press Release
SG/SM/6187


SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TEL AVIV BOMBING

19970321 The following statement was issued today by the Spokesman for Secretary-General Kofi Annan:

The Secretary-General strongly condemns the bombing in Tel Aviv today causing death and injury to numerous civilians. He expresses condolences to bereaved families and to the Government and people of Israel.

SG/SM/6185
21 March 1997


Press Release
SG/SM/6185
ENV/DEV/404


ALMOST NO COUNTRY IS SPARED THREAT OF INCREASING STRESS ON WATER RESOURCES, SECRETARY-GENERAL TELLS FIRST WORLD WATER FORUM

19970321 ADVANCE TEXT Following is the statement of Secretary-General Kofi Annan to be delivered by the Under-Secretary-General for Development Support and Management Services, Jin Yongjian, to the First World Water Forum, in Marrakesh, Morroco, on 22 March:

SG/SM/6184
20 March 1997


Press Release
SG/SM/6184
RD/875


SECRETARY-GENERAL CALLS FOR TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY FREE OF RACISM, IN MESSAGE ON OCCASION OF INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR ELIMINATION OF RACIAL DISCRIMINATION

19970320 Says Abuse of Internet to Promote Racism and Xenophobia 'Unprecedented Challenge' for International Community and Governments