UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in Paris climate deal this year called on world leaders to end the conflict in Syria. In a farewell speech to the UN General Assembly, he said.
UN chief Ban Ki-moon to step down from the post he left three months. After 10 years working in the office next to his resignation on 31 December 2016.
Farewell speech, he said, "Syria is six years of war. It is already more than three million people were killed. I urge everyone who is able to stop the effects of war, start a discussion. "
Paris climate treaty to control greenhouse gas emissions, Ban Ki-moon is considered a major achievement. In this regard, he said, "We have no time to delay. I urge you to implement the Treaty of Paris this year. "
Climate change in South Korea's former foreign minister pointed out that the biggest challenge. He said 15 percent of the carbon emissions represented only 6 countries in the course of implementation of the agreement will come forward.
The Israeli-Palestinian "madness" Ban Ki-moon called for the closure. Advised world leaders for good governance. Secretary-General said, "My message to everyone is clear: the public service. Democracy is overthrown. Do not steal the wealth of the country and not your critics imprisoned and tortured. "