Ivory Coast: November 24, 2003


Liberia's transitional leader, Gyude Bryant, held talks with President Laurent Gbagbo about security along the two countries' troubled border, the peace process under way in both countries and how to prevent the movement of armed men across the porous border.

Meanwhile, United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan told the Security Council that the Ivory Coast could slide back into war and that he would soon send an assessment mission there, in order to prepare recommendations for improving the work of the UN's peacekeeping mission (MINUCI). - Adam Geibel


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