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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
[Presenter] The UN Security Council has said it is very satisfied with progress made in the Burundi peace process, but that a lot remains to be done concerning the referendum, the electoral code, the training of the new army and the new police, and demobilization. This was said by Ambassador by Jean Marc de la Sabliere who is heading the UN mission on its arrival at Bujumbura International late in the afternoon. Here he is:
[Sabliere] The Security Council arrives in Burundi at a key time first because concerning the Pretoria Accord, local stability [words indistinct] in 95 per cent of the country and that the peace …