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U.N. chief appoints head of register of damage
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09:02, November 30, 2007

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U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon decided on Thursday to appoint Vladimir Goryayev of Russia as head of the U.N. Register of Damage.

U.N. spokesperson Michele Montas told reporters at the U.N. Headquarters in New York that Goryayev will assume the position of Executive Director of the office of the United Nations Register of Damage caused by the Construction of the Wall in the occupied Palestinian territory.

The office of the U.N. Register of Damage, based in Vienna, is a subsidiary organ of the General Assembly operating under the administrative authority of the Secretary-General.

Goryayev currently serves as Director ad interim for the Asia and the Pacific Division in the Department of Political Affairs. In his new capacity, Goryayev will be responsible for overseeing and administrating the work of the office of the U.N. Register of Damage.

Source: Xinhua

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