30 September 2013
María Antonieta Guillen De Bográn, vice-president of Honduras, addressed transnational crime in her speech to the UN General Assembly, noting that ‘effectively combating transnational crime also requires international and regional efforts’, because they are more comprehensive in enforcing the principle of shared but differentiated responsibility between the states that are consumers, and those that are producers of drugs.
Source: General Assembly of the United Nations | General Debate of the 68th Session | Honduras | H.E. Mrs. María Antonieta de Bográn, Vice-President | 27 September 2013
Source: UN News Centre | Senior Honduran official stresses need to scale–up combat against transborder crime