Secretary-General


SG/T/2081
23 January 1997


Press Release
SG/T/2081


SECRETARY-GENERAL DISCUSSES UN REFORM IN FIRST OFFICIAL VISIT TO WASHINGTON, D.C.

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WASHINGTON, D.C., 22-23 January -- Upon arrival in Washington, D.C., yesterday, 22 January, Secretary-General Kofi Annan and his party travelled directly to the Capitol building, where they were received by Congressman Benjamin Gilman (Republican-New York).

SG/SM/6148
20 January 1997


Press Release
SG/SM/6148


DEVELOPMENT WILL REMAIN PRIORITY OF REFORMED, RESTRUCTURED UNITED NATIONS, SECRETARY-GENERAL STRESSES IN STATEMENT TO 'GROUP OF 77'

19970120

Following is the statement made today by Secretary-General Kofi Annan on the occasion of the ceremonial take-over by the United Republic of Tanzania from Costa Rica of the Chairmanship of the "Group of 77" developing countries and China:

SG/SM/6147
20 January 1997


Press Release
SG/SM/6147


SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS ACT OF VIOLENCE AGAINST AID WORKERS IN RWANDA

19970120 The following statement was issued today by the Acting Spokesman for Secretary-General Kofi Annan:

The Secretary-General was shocked by the killing of three Spanish aid workers and the wounding of an American aid worker employed by Médecins du Monde in Ruhengeri, Rwanda.

SG/SM/6146
20 January 1997


Press Release
SG/SM/6146


SECRETARY-GENERAL MEETS WITH SENIOR ADVISERS ON REFORM PROCESS

19970120 The following statement was issued on Saturday, 18 January, by the Acting Spokesman for Secretary-General Kofi Annan:

SG/SM/6145
15 January 1997


Press Release
SG/SM/6145


SECRETARY-GENERAL WELCOMES HEBRON AGREEMENT AS 'IMPORTANT ACHIEVEMENT'

19970115 The following statement was issued today by the Acting Spokesman for Secretary-General Kofi Annan:

The Secretary-General is very much encouraged by the conclusion of an agreement regarding Hebron and other important issues, which has now been reached between Israel and the Palestinians.

SG/SM/6143
13 January 1997


Press Release
SG/SM/6143


SECRETARY-GENERAL, IN PRESS STATEMENT ON LETTER-BOMBS, CONDEMNS 'COWARDLY ACT'

19970113 The following is the transcript of the Secretary-General's statement to the press, upon leaving the Secretariat building at 6:40 p.m. today, concerning the letter-bombs at Headquarters: