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Mukhisa Kituyi Of Kenya Nominated To Be New Head Of UNCTAD

UNCTAD/PRESS/PR/2013/017
Geneva, Switzerland, (16 May 2013)

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has nominated Mukhisa Kituyi of Kenya to serve as Secretary-General of UNCTAD for a term of four years beginning 1 September 2013.

Mr. Kituyi is a former member of the Kenyan Parliament and a former Minister of Commerce and Industry of Kenya.

The nomination will go to the UN General Assembly for confirmation.

If confirmed, Mr. Kituyi will succeed Supachai Panitchpakdi of Thailand, who assumed the post on 1 September 2005 and was reappointed in 2009.  Mr. Supachai will conclude his second four-year term of office on 31 August.


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