New UNESCO chief vows to restore ‘unity’ to troubled agency

“To rebùild ùnity, we mùst promote ùNESCO’s assets and its know-how, as well as that of its members,” Azoùlay told AFP in an interview.
The Paris-based cultural, scientific and cultural organisation “must show, through its actions, that UNESCO is addressing the challenges of globalisation today”, said the 45-year-old, whose nomination was confirmed on Friday.