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UN round up, April 4, 2002
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Friday, 05 April 2002
Secretary General Kofi Annan urged the Security Council to implement resolutions calling for a meaningful ceasefire between Israel and the Palestinians and an Israeli pullout from Palestinian areas. The Secretary General also submitted a report to the Security Council expressing his deep concern about the political situation in Guinea-Bissau. The Security Council held multiple closed session on the ongoing conflict in the Middle East including separate meetings with the Israeli and Palestinian ambassadors. In other news, all UN personnel stationed in Ambon, Indonesia were moved to Jakarta after a clash between thousands of Christians and Muslims in the city destroyed the local UN offices

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