Corruption "biggest challenge" for post-conflict Liberia

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Greg Hinds speaking to Daniel Dickinson. Photo: UN Radio

Corruption remains the "biggest challenge" for Liberia as it continues its recovery from a brutal civil war; that's according to the Police Commissioner of the UN peacekeeping mission there.

UNMIL has been supporting the West African country since 2003 following the end of the conflict, but as long-term peace and stability returns, the mission has been drawing down and handing security responsibilities over to national authorities.

Daniel Dickinson has been speaking to Police Commissioner Greg Hinds at UN Headquarters in New York.

He began by asking to what extent UNMIL has been a UN police and peacekeeping success story.

Duration: 3'55"

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