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António Manuel de Oliveira Guterres

Date of Birth: 30 April 1949
Place of Birth: Lisbon, Portugal


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Prime minister Abiy tests diplomatic path

After parliament dominated by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's Progress Party lifted the state of emergency on 15 February UN Secretary General António Guterres said efforts to end the civil war were making progress (AC Vol 63 No 2 After concessions rival armies fight on)...


Another domino falls to the military

Like the UN Secretary General António Guterres France's President Emmanuel Macron has condemned the coup but is reluctant to play a significant role given widespread hostility against France's presence in the region...


A praetorian transition

It raises questions about the flaws and future of the Juba Peace Agreement (JPA) despite being hailed by Hamdok and the UN Secretary-General António Guterres...


Political leaders versus the polls

With Stephanie Williams back in the UN driving seat this time as 'Special Advisor' to Secretary-General António Guterres – Russian objections in the UN Security Council are said to have prevented her taking the formal title of 'Special Representative' – the UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) is likely to attempt a more forceful approach to banging heads together in search of a solution...


Cracks in ZANU-PF edifice

The media pool relayed footage British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and UN Secretary-General António Guterres awkwardly welcoming Mnangagwa to the summit...


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Climate, pandemic and conflicts to dominate meetings in New York

On 20 September UN Secretary General António Guterres and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson who is co-host of the UN Climate COP26 climate summit in Glasgow in November opened the week with a meeting to elicit stronger commitments on carbon reduction from the leading economies...

Addressing that is a priority for the African Union the World Health Organization and UN Secretary General António Guterres: they back the US$50billion plan drawn up by the International Monetary Fund to vaccinate 40% of the world by the end of this year and 70% by mid-2022...

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