São Tomé and Príncipe (STP) assumed today the chairmanship of the United Nations Standing Advisory Committee on Security in Central Africa (UNSAC), with the archipelago's prime minister calling for determination in favor of peace and stability in the region.
This is the third time STP has taken on the organization's presidency, succeeding the Republic of Congo.
The handing over of the presidency took place during the 55th ministerial meeting of UNSAC that is being held in the capital São Tomé under the theme "Climate security in the perspective of conflict prevention and consolidation of peace . . .
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