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9 Jan 2014
Media stakeout, following Security Council meeting on the situation  in South Sudan and Sudan/South Sudan  Hervé Ladsous  United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations  Good afternoon ladies and gentlemen,  We just had a long series of consultations in the Security Council, during which several of us briefed the Council on the situation, both, in South Sudan and also between Sudan and South Sudan.
13 Dec 2013
Martin Nesirky: Good afternoon, welcome to the briefing, I am joined by Under-Secretary-General Hervé Ladsous who is of course the Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations. He is here for his, if you like, end of year press conference. I know he will have some introductory remarks and we will have time for questions, probably for about half an hour. So without further ado, please Mr Ladsous.
28 Oct 2013
[Introduction] Good morning, ladies and gentleman. It is my sincere pleasure to be with you this morning, along with Under-Secretary-General Ameerah Haq to share our perspectives and hear from you on the key challenges and opportunities before UN peacekeeping today.
12 Sep 2013
Associate Spokesperson Farhan Haq: USG Ladsous is here to brief on a range of peacekeeping activities. He will make a short statement first and then we will take your questions after which we will do the second part of the briefing following his presentation. Under-Secretary-General Ladsous, welcome. Opening Remarks: Thank you very much and good morning, or afternoon, ladies and gentlemen.
29 May 2013
For UN Peacekeepers, new means for changing times By Hervé Ladsous* The history of United Nations peacekeeping is one of innovation and adaptation. Until some twenty years ago, UN peacekeeping seemed a more straightforward affair. Blue Helmets were deployed to monitor ceasefires – usually between warring countries. Their role was clear: they observed, reported breaches and facilitated solutions.
29 May 2013
Excellencies, Secretary-General, Colleagues, Ladies and gentlemen, I am honoured to be here with you today, and join the Secretary-General as we pay tribute to our peacekeeping colleagues who have shown the last full measure of devotion in the service of peace. In 2012, 111 UN peacekeepers from 40 countries lost their lives in the cause of peace, serving as UN peacekeepers. Military, police and civilian colleagues. Since January of this year, a further 25 have been taken from us. Many died as a result of acts of violence. Others were victims of accidents or illness.
29 May 2013
United Nations peacekeepers must be constantly equipped with more and better tools and skills so they could fully meet their mandates in increasingly risky environments, Hervé Ladsous, Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations, said at Headquarters today.
19 Feb 2013
Chère Madame la Présidente, Distingués délégués 1. C'est un honneur de vous retrouver cette année à l’occasion de l’ouverture d’une nouvelle session du C34. Je suis particulièrement heureux de m'adresser au Comité spécial des opérations de maintien aujourd'hui en compagnie de Mme. Ameerah Haq, Secrétaire-générale adjointe chargée du Département de l’appui aux missions. 2. Les Départements des opérations de maintien de la paix et de l'appui aux missions travaillent en étroite collaboration sur plusieurs dossiers d’actualité.
6 Feb 2013
Spokesperson Nesirky: Good afternoon, welcome to the briefing. I am joined today by the Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations, Mr Hervé Ladsous. Welcome back again, Mr Ladsous. He’s here to brief you, of course, on a range of peacekeeping matters and to take your questions. I think we have about half an hour with Mr Ladsous and then after that I have a couple of more items and would be happy to take a couple of questions at that point. So, first of all, Mr Ladsous, the floor is yours and welcome again.
30 Nov 2012
Mr. President, Distinguished Delegates, Ladies and Gentlemen, I would like to thank the President of the Council for having invited me to discuss the critical issue of women, peace and security.