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Ban Ki Moon or Ban Ki-moon (bän′ gē′ mo͞on′, kē′) Born 1944.
South Korean diplomat who took office as secretary-general of the United Nations in 2007.
Ban Ki-moon ( bæn kiː muːn)
(Biography) born 1944, South Korean international civil servant; secretary-general of the United Nations from 2007
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GENEVA - UN Secretary-General Ban kee moon
says the phenomenon of violent extremism is not rooted or confined to any religion, region, nationality or ethnic group.
The Kashmiri leader highly appreciated the recent offer of mediation by the UN Secretary General Ban Kee Moon
to facilitate composite dialogue for the peaceful resolution of Kashmir issue between Pakistan and India under the spirit of the UN resolutions which were intact on the United Nations charter, he added.
Secretary General Ban Kee Moon
directed resident coordinator for Pakistan Timo Pakkala to engage with the Pink Ribbon and WPC and ensure UN's complete support.