Kobe Annan, the first Black African UN Secretary General died on Saturday, died on Saturday. After his deat...
Kobe Annan, the first Black African UN Secretary General died on Saturday, died on Saturday. After his death was announced, the leaders around the world recalled his impact on global politics.
Annan held office from January 1, 1997 to December 31, 2006. He and the UN In 2001, Nobel was drowned almost as a gift for peace. Annan was known as a diplomat - the ambassador was in the United Nations after two years.
U.N. The current general secretary of the public, Antonio Guterres, issued a statement calling Anna a "good power" on Saturday.
"In many ways, Kofi Annan became United Nations, he has been rising through the leadership of the new millennium over the new thousand years, with a strong dignity and determination," he said. Good friend and guide.
"I always had someone to return to wisdom and wisdom - I know I'm not alone, the place for dialogue, the problem solving place and the way to the best world he gave all the people."
Former President Barack Obama said about UNN purpose, such as Annan.
"His integrity, consistency, trust, and the sense of our common man have always expressed its interests to the nation of nations," he said. "After a long period of violations, Kobe followed a better world and spent time on encouraging and promoting the next generation of leaders, and Michael and I met his family and many other lovers."
UN Ambassador Nicky Haley said that Annan "devoted his life to set the world in a peaceful place by dedicating his mercy and service."
"We worked hard to unite us and did not stop fighting for the dignity of every person," Hayley said in a statement. "We celebrate his life in the United Nations and the diplomatic community, throwing Anna's family in love and prayer."
Ghana's president, Nana Akubo-Ato, called Ann's "biggest deportations" on Twitter and claimed that the flag of the country would fly at half-mast.
Akuo-Atoo tweeted: "I'm so grateful for this great loss for the whole G