Security Council President on the UN Integrated Office in Haiti – Virtual Media Stakeout (19 June)

Virtual stakeout by Anne Gueguen, Deputy Permanent Representative of France to the United Nations, and President of the Security Council for the month of June, on the UN Integrated Office in Haiti (BINUH).

For more information on BINUH, please visit: https://binuh.unmissions.org/en

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France is a republic and the largest Western European nation. Through expansion and colonisation in the 17th and 18th centuries France became a great power and still retains territories around the world. It has a seat on the UN security council and is the world’s fourth most wealthy country with a high standard of living and strong cultural identity.

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    Jean-Jacques Dessalines (later Emperor Jacques I), defeated Napoleon Bonaparte’s forces and declared Haiti’s sovereignty on 1 January 1804.

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