8 February 2010 - Despite an encouraging commitment to peacebuilding priorities on the part of the Guinea-Bissau authorities, there had been only slow progress in security-sector reform, economic development and combating drug trafficking, the Chairperson of the Peacebuilding Commission's relevan
2 February 2010 - The Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG) and Head of the UN Integrated Office for Peacebuilding in Guinea-Bissau (UNIOGBIS) considers "2010 a critical year for the United Nations in Guinea-Bissau", calling for a UN common strategy to address the country's polit
8 January 2010 - The Government of Guinea-Bissau and the United Nations signed today an agreement leading to the voluntary departure, under guarantee, of Rear Admiral José Américo Bubo Na Tchuto from the UN premises in Bissau.
1 January 2010 - The United Nations is in "constant contact" with Guinea-Bissau in order to resolve the case of a former high ranking military who has entered United Nations premises in Bissau unnanounced and requested protection, the UN says in a statement.
18 November 2009 - A joint United Nations (UN), European Union (EU), African Union (AU) and Economic Community of West-African States (ECOWAS) delegation, headed by the Representative of the UN Secretary-General, Joseph Mutaboba, on Wednesday met with Guinea-Bissau Prime minister Carlos Gomes Jún
5 November 2009 - The prospects for political stability in Guinea-Bissau appear to be good but are threatened by drug trafficking and organized crime, United Nations officials warned the Security Council today.
30 October 2009 - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has expressed cautious optimism over the progress of democracy in Guinea Bissau, where a series of political assassinations earlier this year threatened stability in the impoverished West African country.
26 September 2009 - Determining who is responsible for a series of assassinations of senior political and military figures in Guinea-Bissau earlier this year is essential to consolidating the rule of law in the troubled West African country, its Prime Minister told the General Assembly today as h