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счет: 1169087.3 - https://www.who.int/fctc/media...e/news/protocol/ru/index5.html
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2005/05/17 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE GRAND DUCHY OF LUXEMBOURG TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL OF THE 2005 REVIEW CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES TO THE TREATY ON THE NON-PROLIFERATION OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS
stressing the need to do evelything possible to prevent the risk of nuclear terrorism, linked to possible terrorist access to nuclear weapons or materials that could be used in the manufacture of radiological dispersal devices and, in this contat, strcssing the need for compliance with obligations under Security Council Resolution 1540 (2004). Calling for tighter security for high activity radioactive sources. (...) (NSC) guidelines: pointing up the need to strengthen the (NSG) Guidelines at an early date. to adapt them to new non-proliferation challenges: calling on the States Panies to the Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material to work for rapid condusion of an amended Convention: recognising the right of States Parties to the NPT to nudcar energy for peaceful purposes, in accordance with h i d e N thereof, with due rezard for Articles I . 26. underlining the imponance of continuing international cooperation in order to strengthen nuclear safety, safe waste management and radiological protection and calling upon States that have not yet done so to accede to all the relevant conventions as soon as possible and to implement fuUy the ensuing commitments: 27. noting that the States Parties to the NPT. may, pursuant to Article N thereof, have resort to peaceful uses of nuclear energy. inter din in the area of production of electricity, industry. health and agriculture: 28. urging the formulation of guarantees of access to nuclear fuel services. or to fuel itself, subject to appro- priate conditions: 29. noting the report of the IAEA's expert group on multi- national approaches to the nuclear fuel V d e and promoting an early Stan to its scrutiny by the IAFA 30. stressing, while acknowledging the nudear arms reductions which have d e n place since the end of the cold war, the need for an overall reduction in nuclear arsenals in the pursuit of gradual, systematic nuclear disarmament under Article VI of the NF'T and welcoming, in this context, the ratification of the Moscow Treaty by the Russian Federation and the United States of America in 2002, while stressing the need for more pmgress in reducing their arsenals: 31. stressing the need to implement the declarations made by the Presidents of Russia and America in 1991 and 1992 on unilateral reductions in their stodcr of non- strategic nuclear weapons and calling on all States with non-strategic nudear weapons to include them in their general arms control and disarmament processes. with a new to their reduction and elimination: 32. recognising application of the principle of irreversibility to guide all measures in the field of nudear disar- mament and arms control. as a contribution to the maintenance and reinforcement of international peace, security and stability. taking these conditions into account: 33. rewgnising the importance, from the point of view of nuclear disarmament. of the programmes for the destruction and elimination of nudear weapons and the elimination of fissile material as defined under the - n and UI of the Treaty GE World Partnership: 27.4.2005 06cial Journal of the European Union L 106/35 34. pursuing effons to secure transparency. as a voluntary Confidence Building Measure to support further progress in disarmament; 35. since the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (mv forms an essential part of the nuclear disar- mament and 'non-proliferation regime and with a view to its entry into force as soon as possible, without conditions. calling on States. particularly those listed in A n n u 11, to sign and ratib the said Treaty without delay and without conditions and, pending the entry into force of the said Treaty, d i n g on all States to abide by a moratorium and to refrain from any action contrary to the obligations and provisions of the said Treaty. (...) The EU welcomes the action of those of the five nuclear-weapon States which have decreed the relevant moratorium; 37. calling on all States concerned to take appropriate practical measures in order to reduce the risk of acci- dental nudear war: 38. pursuing consideration of the issue of security assurances to the non-nuclear-weapon States Parties to the NET 39. d i n g on nuclear-weapon States to r e a f f i existing security assurances noted by the United Nations Security Council in Resolution 984(1995) and to sign and ratify the relevant pMtocols on nuclear-weapon- free zones, drawn up following the requisite consul- tations. recognising that Treaty-based security assurances are available to such zones: 40. stressing the need for general disarmament 41. highlighting the importance of universal accession and implementation of the Biological and Toxins Weapom ~ Convention (BIVJC), the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) and the conventions, measures and initiatives contributing to conventional arms control: 42. calling for universal accession to and effective imple- mentation of the Hague Code of Conduct against Ballistic Missile Proliferation: 43. working for the molution of the problems of regional instability and insecurity and of the conflict situations which are often at the root of armament programmes.
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счет: 1157710.45 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=NPT/CONF.2005/41&Lang=R
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LETTER DATED 12 MARCH 2021 FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL AND THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVES OF THE MEMBERS OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
.: General 12 March 2021 Resolution 2566 (2021) Adopted by the Security Council on 12 March 2021 The Security Council, Recalling all of its previous resolutions, statements of its President, and press statements on the situation in the Central African Republic (CAR), Expressing its grave concern at the deterioration of the situation in the Central African Republic due to armed group attacks in advance of and following the election of 27 December 2020, Condemning in the strongest terms violations of the Political Agreement on Peace and Reconciliation in the CAR (“The Peace Agreement”) and violence perpetrated by armed groups and other militias, including violence aiming at obstructing the electoral process, incitement to ethnic and religious hatred and violence, violations of international humanitarian law and human rights violations and abuses, including those committed against children and those involving sexual and gender-based violence in conflict, as well as violence directed at civilians from specific communities, resulting in deaths, injuries and displacements, Taking note of the decision of the Constitutional Court of the Central African Republic of 18 January 2021, ruling on the electoral challenges and proclaiming the election of President Touadéra, and calling on all stakeholders to respect the Constitutional Court’s decision, reaffirm their commitment to the consolidation of democracy and the rule of law in the Central African Republic and contribute to a peaceful and credible conclusion of the electoral process, Welcoming the roadmap for dialogue proposed by President Touadéra and calling for concrete steps from the government of the Central African Republic and all political actors to engage effectively in dialogue, resolve outstanding issues and conclude the electoral process through the organization of legislative and local elections, reiterating that only inclusive, free, fair, transparent, credible, peaceful and timely elections, undisturbed by disinformation and other forms of manipulation of information, can bring lasting stability to the CAR, including through the full, equal and meaningful participation of women, reaffirming the importance of the participation of the youth, and encouraging the CAR authorities, with the support of relevant partners, to promote the participation of internally displaced persons (IDPs) and refugees in accordance with the Constitution of the CAR, Urging all signatory parties to the Peace Agreement to fully honour the ir commitments and join the path of dialogue and peace and stressing the urgent and S/2021/253 21-03446 3/4 imperative need to end impunity in the CAR and to bring to justice perpetrators of violations of international humanitarian law and of violations and abuses of human rights, while encouraging the national authorities to continue their efforts to make the Truth, Justice, Reparation and Reconciliation Commission operational, Welcoming the communique of the African Union Peace and Security Council after its meeting on the CAR on 16 February 2021, also welcoming the meeting of Heads of States held in Luanda on 29 January 2021, and encouraging continued and coordinated mobilization of the region, in particular the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) and the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR), aimed at strengthening dialogue, easing tensions and seeking concerted political solutions to the crisis, Expressing serious concern about the dire humanitarian situation in the CAR and the consequences of the security situation on humanitarian access, condemning in the strongest terms increased attacks against humanitarian workers, emphasising the current humanitarian needs of more than half of the population of the country, including civilians under threat from violence, as well as the alarming situation of IDPs and refugees, welcoming the collaboration between MINUSCA, UN agencies, the African Union, the World Bank, technical and financial partners of the CAR and NGOs to support development and humanitarian efforts in the CAR and their adaptation to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has exacerbated existing vulnerabilities, and calling on Member States and international and regional organisations to respond swiftly to the humanitarian needs identified in the humanitarian response plan through increased contributions and to ensure that all pledges are honoured in full and in a timely manner, Stressing the valuable role of the Peacebuilding Commission (PBC) in bringing strategic advice, providing observations for the Security Council’s consideration, and fostering a more coherent, coordinated and integrated approach to international peacebuilding efforts, and encouraging relevant partners to support the efforts of the CAR authorities through the National Strategy for Recovery and Peace Consolidation (RCPCA) to lay the foundation of durable peace in the CAR and sustainable development of all regions of the country, to boost peace dividends for the population and development projects, including critical investments in infrastructure, Condemning in the strongest terms all attacks, provocations and incitement to hatred and violence against MINUSCA and other international forces by armed groups or other perpetrators, paying tribute to the personnel of MINUSCA who sacrificed their lives in the service of peace, underlining that attacks targeting peacekeepers may constitute war crimes, calling on all parties to fully respect their obligations under international humanitarian law and urging the CAR authorities to work with MINUSCA to enhance the safety and security of MINUSCA’s personnel, including in line with resolution 2518 (2020), and to take all possible measures to arrest and prosecute perpetrators, Taking note of the Report of the Secretary-General of 16 February 2021 (S/2021/146), recommending an increase of 2,750 military and 940 police personnel, with the aim of enabling the Mission to enhance its capacity to prevent and reverse a further deterioration in the security situation while creating space for the political process to advance, Reaffirming the basic principles of peacekeeping, such as consent of the parties, impartiality, and non-use of force, except in self-defence and defence of the mandate, recognising that the mandate of each peacekeeping mission is specific to the need and situation of the country concerned, underlining that the mandates that it authorises are consistent with the basic principles, reiterating that the Security Council expects S/2021/253 4/4 21-03446 full delivery of the mandates it authorises, and recalling in this regard its resolution 2436 (2018), Taking note of the request of the CAR authorities to lift the arms embargo and of the positions expressed by ECCAS and ICGLR, reiterating its readiness to review the arms embargo measures, through inter alia suspension or progressive lifting, in the light of progress achieved on the key benchmarks established by the Security Council, and stressing the need for the CAR authorities to ensure physical protection, control, management, traceability, and accountability of weapons, ammunition and military equipment transferred to their control, Determining that the situation in the CAR continues to constitute a threat to international peace and security in the region, Acting under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, 1.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 1081383.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=S/2021/253&Lang=R
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ENFORCED OR INVOLUNTARY DISAPPEARANCES :REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON ENFORCED OR INVOLUNTARY DISAPPEARANCES
GE.21-10692 (R) 300821 310821 Совет по правам человека Сорок восьмая сессия 13 сентября — 1 октября 2021 года Пункт 3
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счет: 1078770.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=A/HRC/48/57&Lang=R
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LETTER DATED 25 FEBRUARY 2021 FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL AND THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVES OF THE MEMBERS OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
.: General 25 February 2021 Resolution 2564 (2021) Adopted by the Security Council on 25 February 2021 The Security Council, Recalling all its previous relevant resolutions and statements of its President concerning Yemen, Reaffirming its strong commitment to the unity, sovereignty, independence, and territorial integrity of Yemen, Strongly condemning the ongoing escalation in Marib, Yemen, including the Houthi operation on 7 February 2021, and the continuation of Houthi attacks on Saudi Arabia, including on Abha International Airport, on 10 February 2021, and calling for an immediate cessation of attacks without preconditions, Stressing the need for de-escalation across Yemen and a nationwide ceasefire, and calling for implementation of the Secretary General's Global Ceasefire call as detailed in resolution 2532 (2020), as well as his 25 March 2020 call for an immediate cessation of hostilities in Yemen, Expressing concern at the ongoing political, security, economic and humanitarian challenges in Yemen, including the ongoing violence and enforced disappearances, and threats arising from the illicit transfer, diversion, destabilising accumulation, and misuse of weapons, Emphasising the environmental and humanitarian risk and the need, without delay, for access of UN officials to inspect and maintain the Safer oil tanker, which is located in the Houthi-controlled North of Yemen, and stressing Houthi responsibility for the situation and for not responding to this major environmental and humanitarian risk, and underscoring the need for the Houthis to urgently facilitate unconditional and safe access for United Nations experts to conduct an assessment and repair mission without further delay, ensuring close cooperation with the United Nations, Reiterating its call for all parties in Yemen to adhere to resolving their differences through dialogue and consultation, reject acts of violence to achieve political goals, and refrain from provocation, S/2021/189 21-02682 3/7 Reaffirming the need for all parties to comply with their obligations under international law, including international humanitarian law and international human rights law as applicable, and underlining the need to ensure accountability for violations of international humanitarian law and violations and abuses of huma n rights in Yemen, Expressing its support for and commitment to the work of the Special Envoy of the Secretary-General for Yemen in support of the Yemeni transition process, and an inclusive Yemeni-led and Yemeni-owned political process, under UN auspices, with the full effective, and meaningful participation of women, and affirming the equality of the sexes and the need for full implementation of Yemen’s National Action Plan in accordance with resolution 1325 (2000), Welcoming the formation of the new cabinet of Yemen’s government, under the provisions of the Riyadh Agreement, calling for the full implementation of the Riyadh Agreement, and expressing support for the cabinet’s participation in the political process and calling for the swift resumption of talks between the parties, in full engagement with UN mediation efforts, Expressing its alarm that areas of Yemen remain under the control of Al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) and about the negative impact of their presence, violent extremist ideology and actions on stability in Yemen, the Middle East region, and the Horn of Africa, including the devastating humanitarian impact on the civilian populations, expressing concern at the increasing presence and future potential growth of the Islamic State in Iraq and Levant (ISIL, also known as Da’esh) affiliates in Yemen, and reaffirming its resolve to address all aspects of the threat posed by AQAP, ISIL (Da’esh), and all other associated individuals, groups, undertakings and entities, Recalling the listing of AQAP and associated individuals on the ISIL (Da’esh) and Al-Qaida Sanctions List and stressing in this regard the need for robust implementation of the measures in paragraph 1 of resolution 2368 (2017) as a significant tool in combating terrorist activity in Yemen, Noting the critical importance of effective implementation of the sanctions regime imposed pursuant to resolution 2140 (2014) and resolution 2216 (2015), including the key role that Member States from the region can play in this regard, Encouraging efforts to further enhance cooperation, Condemning in the strongest terms the attack on Aden airport on 30 December 2020, which killed twenty seven innocent civilians, including a Yemeni Deputy Minister and three humanitarian and health personnel, and noting the planned Panel of Expert reporting on the Aden attack, Welcoming the work of the Panel of Experts on Yemen, established pursuant to resolution 2140 (2014), and which overcame the logistical challenges posed by Covid-19, Expressing grave concern at the threat to peace and security in Yemen arising from the illicit transfer, destabilising accumulation, and misuse of small arms and light weapons, Recalling the provisions of paragraph 14 of resolution 2216 (2015) imposing a targeted arms embargo, and calling on all Member States and other actors to comply with their obligations under the targeted arms embargo, Condemning the increasing number of incidents off the coast of Yemen, including attacks on civilian and commercial ships, and expressing concern over maritime smuggling of arms and related materials into and out of Yemen in violation S/2021/189 4/7 21-02682 of the targeted arms embargo, which pose a significant risk to the maritime security of vessels in the Gulf of Aden and Red Sea along the coast of Yemen, Condemning in the strongest terms violations of International Humanitarian Law and International Human Rights Law, as well as human rights abuses, including those involving conflict-related sexual violence in Houthi-controlled areas and recruitment and use of children in armed conflict across Yemen, as recorded in the Panel of Experts’ final report (S/2021/79), Expressing alarm over the obstacles that have been imposed on the work and access of the Panel of Experts during the course of its last mandate, Expressing serious concern at the devastating humanitarian situation in Yemen, including the growing risk of large-scale famine and the negative consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, and all instances of undue hindrances to the effective delivery of humanitarian assistance, including the recent interference in aid operat ions in Houthi-controlled areas as well as obstacles and the undue limitations on the delivery of vital goods to the civilian population occurring throughout Yemen, which is preventing vulnerable people from receiving the assistance they need to survive, Emphasising the necessity of discussion by the Committee established pursuant to paragraph 19 of resolution 2140 (2014) (“the Committee”) of the recommendations contained in the Panel of Experts reports, Determining that the situation in Yemen continues to constitute a threat to international peace and security, Acting under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, 1.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 1078183.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=S/2021/189&Lang=R
Источник данных: ods
LETTER DATED 3 JUNE 2020 FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL AND THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVES OF THE MEMBERS OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
S/2020/494 2/7 20-07460 Приложение Resolution 2524 (2020) Adopted by the Security Council on 3 June 2020 The Security Council, Reaffirming all its previous resolutions and presidential statements concerning the situation in Sudan, Reaffirming its strong commitment to the sovereignty, unity, independence, and territorial integrity of Sudan, Welcoming the signing of the Constitutional Document on 17 August 2019 on the establishment of a new civilian-led transitional Government and transitional in- stitutions, further welcoming the steps taken to date to implement the Constitutional Document and calling upon all stakeholders to remain committed to the transition in order for the aspirations of the Sudanese people for a peaceful, stable, democratic, and prosperous future to be realised, reaffirming its readiness to support Sudan in this regard and commending the vital role played by the African Union in supporting Sudan in its transition to democracy and good governance, Welcoming the commitment in the Constitutional Document to achieve a fair and comprehensive peace in Sudan by addressing the root causes and the impact of conflict, acknowledging in this regard the progress made in the peace negotiations in Juba, noting with appreciation the role of the Government of South Sudan in supporting these negotiations, urging the parties to the conflict to engage construc- tively to swiftly reach a peace agreement, and further urging those who have not yet engaged in peace negotiations to do so immediately, without pre -conditions, Welcoming the cessation of hostilities by many parties to the conflicts in Su- dan, as well as their positive responses to the Secretary-General’s appeal for a glob- al ceasefire amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Reaffirming the primary responsibility of the Government of Sudan to protect civilians across its territory and recognising improvements in security conditions in Darfur, acknowledging in this regard the Government of Sudan’s National Plan for Civilian Protection (S/2020/429) and the weapons-collection programme, while ex- pressing concern that the security situation in some regions of Darfur remains pre- carious, and underscoring the need to protect peacebuilding gains in Darfur, avoid a relapse into conflict and mitigate the risks for the population posed inter alia by threats against civilians in Darfur, inter-communal violence, human rights violations and abuses, violations of international humanitarian law and continued displac e- ment, Recognising the adverse effects of climate change, ecological changes and natural disasters, among other factors, on the stability of Sudan, particularly Darfur, and stressing the need for adequate risk assessment and risk management strategies by the Government of Sudan and the United Nations relating to these factors to su p- port stabilisation and build resilience, Welcoming the decisions of the Government of Sudan to facilitate the delivery of humanitarian assistance and create more favourable conditions for humanitarian actors and encouraging the full implementation of these decisions in order to ensure rapid, safe and unhindered humanitarian access throughout Sudan, in accordance with relevant provisions of international law and in line with United Nations gui d- S/2020/494 20-07460 3/7 ing principles of humanitarian assistance, including humanity, impartiality, neutral i- ty, and independence Stressing the need for the Government of Sudan to ensure accountability for violations of international humanitarian law and international human rights law, and welcoming the provisions of the Constitutional Document on transitional justice and accountability measures in this regard, Stressing the primary responsibility of the Government of Sudan to address the longstanding drivers of instability and inequality in Sudan, and to engage with other stakeholders, including civil society, women, youth, and internally displaced pe r- sons, refugees and members of marginalised communities to deliver durable solu- tions to Sudan’s immediate and long-term issues, including through inclusive eco- nomic growth and sustainable development, social cohesion, and disaster resilience, in line with the priorities of the Constitutional Document, Recognizing the important role that women played in the peaceful political transition in Sudan, welcoming the steps taken to increase the role of women in pub- lic life, government institutions and decision-making processes, further welcoming the decision to criminalise female genital mutilation (FGM) in Sudan and encourag- ing the completion of all necessary administrative steps in this regard, acknowledg- ing the Government of Sudan’s efforts to develop a National Action Plan on Wom- en, Peace and Security, and encouraging it’s completion and full implementation, calling upon the Government of Sudan to take further steps to promote and protect women’s rights and full, equal and meaningful participation in all social, political, economic aspects of life, including by repealing all laws that discriminate against women and girls and by meeting the 40% quota for women’s participation in the Transitional Legislative Council, recognising the disproportionate impact of conflict on women and girls and calling upon on the Government of Sudan to ensure wom- en’s full, equal and meaningful participation in peace processes, implementation of future peace agreements, conflict prevention and decision making - and reform pro- cesses related to peace and security, Underlining the importance of integrating child protection issues in Sudan’s peace processes and calling on the parties to the conflict to integrate child protec- tion provisions, including those relating to the release and reintegration of child ren formerly associated with armed forces or armed groups, as well as provisions on the rights and well-being of children, into all peace negotiations, ceasefire and peace agreements, and in provisions for ceasefire monitoring and taking into account chi l- dren’s views, where possible, in these processes, Emphasizing the importance of national ownership, inclusivity, and the role that civil society can play to advance national peacebuilding processes and objec- tives in order to ensure that the needs of all stakeholders are taken into account, Expressing grave concern about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Su- dan and recognising that this presents a profound challenge to Sudan’s health sys- tem, socio-economic and humanitarian situation and populations that have already been exhausted by protracted conflict, and emphasising the importance of interna- tional support – financially, technically and in-kind – to the COVID-19 response in Sudan, Underlining the importance of the partnership between the United Nations and the African Union in Sudan, Taking note of the Special Report of the Chairperson of the African Union Commission and the Secretary-General of the United Nations (S/2020/202), S/2020/494 4/7 20-07460 Taking note of the of the African Union Peace and Security Council’s Commu- niqué of 3 March 2020 (PSC/PR/COMM. (...) Underlines that a continued strategic and political partnership between the United Nations and the African Union in Sudan remains critical, including through UNAMID, supports the African Union Peace and Security Council’s call for the Government of Sudan to urgently identify areas in which the African Union could provide additional assistance and encourages UNITAMS, UNAMID and the African Union to ensure coherence, coordination and complementarity of their sup- port Sudan, including through a United Nations -African Union senior level coordi- nation mechanism; 14.
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счет: 1001115.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=S/2020/494&Lang=R
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LETTER DATED 28 AUGUST 2020 FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL AND THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVES OF THE MEMBERS OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
Affirms its strong continuing commitment to the existing UNIFIL mandate and calls for the full implementation of resolution 1701 (2006); 4. Reiterates its call for Israel and Lebanon to support a permanent ceasefire and a long-term solution based on the principles and elements set out in paragraph 8 of resolution 1701 (2006); S/2020/853 6/9 20-11258 5. (...) Urges all parties to abide scrupulously by their obligation to respect the safety of UNIFIL and other United Nations personnel and reiterates its call for closer coopera- tion between UNIFIL and the Lebanese Armed Forces in particular regarding coordinated and adjacent patrols, welcomes the commitment of the Lebanese authorities to protect UNIFIL movements and reiterates its call for the rapid finalization of the investigation launched by Lebanon regarding all attacks against UNIFIL and its personnel, in particular the incidents of 4 August 2018, and the 10th of February 2020, in order to bring to justice the perpetrators of these attacks; and requests the Secretary-General to report to the Coun- cil, within a reasonable timeframe, when such incidents occur as well as, when appropri- ate, on the follow-up of the related pending investigations; 15. (...) Urges the Government of Israel to expedite the withdrawal of its army from northern Ghajar without further delay in coordination with UNIFIL, which has actively engaged Israel and Lebanon to facilitate such a withdrawal; 19. Reaffirms its call on all States to fully support and respect the establishment between the Blue Line and the Litani River of an area free of any armed personnel, assets and weapons other than those of the Government of Lebanon and UNIFIL; S/2020/853 8/9 20-11258 20.
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счет: 983808 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=S/2020/853&Lang=R
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LETTER DATED 1 NOVEMBER 2016 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF AZERBAIJAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
.: General 17 November 2016 Russian Original: English A/HRC/34/G/1 2 GE.16-20352 Annex to the letter dated 1 November 2016 from the Permanent Representative of Azerbaijan to the United Nations Office at Geneva addressed to the President of the Human Rights Council Declaration of the V Baku International Humanitarian Forum We, politicians, scholars and representatives of international organizations, culture, civil society and the mass media, who took part in the V Baku International Humanitarian Forum held in Baku, capital of the Republic of Azerbaijan, on 29 to 30 September 2016, Guided by the United Nations Millennium Declaration and taking into account the Resolution of the UN General Assembly of 25 September 2015 on sustainable development until 2030 and the Paris Agreement on climate change of 12 December 2015; Noting that progress has been made in achieving the goals set out in the Millennium Declaration; Highly commending the substantial shifts achieved in recent years in the resolution of many humanitarian problems, in particular in access to education, health care and information and communication technology, in overcoming the “digital divide” and shaping a knowledge-based society; Declaring our commitment to the new broad, ambitious, universal 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and noting the importance of maintaining and increasing human capital; Acknowledging the fundamental significance of human dignity and the principles of the supremacy of the law, justice, equality and respect for racial, ethnic and cultural diversity and considering the increase in human capital the main prerequisite for the achievement of the millennium goals; Calling on everyone to mobilize efforts to achieve the 17 sustainable development goals and to persevere in hitting the 169 targets set for humanity; Considering that there can be no sustainable development without peace and no peace without sustainable development, and calling all countries and peoples to a prompt and fair resolution of the current conflicts in the world; Agreeing with the need for balance in achieving the economic, social, ecological and other components of sustainable development; Realizing that for many countries immense problems requiring the creation of different short-term and long-term programmes still stand on the path of sustainable development; Vigorously condemning escalating conflicts, militant extremism, terrorism and the related humanitarian crises and the forced displacement of people; Noting that despite all attempts to achieve effective intercultural, inte rfaith and inter-civilizational dialogue, manifestations of xenophobia, racism, intolerance and ignorance of the achievements and potential of the policy of multiculturalism remain potent around the world; Expressing our commitment to the policy of gender equality and ensuring the rights of people in vulnerable situations; A/HRC/34/G/1 GE.16-20352 3 Highlighting the fact that the rights of ecological civilization can be affirmed only by taking into account the fundamental principles of humanitarian ethics and with the full mobilization of intellectual, cultural and social potential; Taking into account the huge role of the mass media and information technology in developing humanitarian cooperation; Wishing to mobilize efforts for the reliable preservation of our planet and its natural resources and for ensuring development and the use of technology, taking into consideration climate factors and the need to preserve biodiversity; Recalling that in conditions of globalization the search by the scientific community for appropriate responses to the challenges of the 21st century, the convergence of sciences, innovative technology and biotechnology throw up a wide spectrum of philosophical and ethical problems; Having examined in the course of discussions and broad exchanges of views such aspects of global humanitarian problems as: • different models of multiculturalism: from theory to humanitarian practice • the importance of preserving the human capital in conditions of mass migration as a basis for sustainable development (...) We state that the work of the V Baku International Humanitarian Forum was extremely fruitful and, undoubtedly, made a worthy contribution to the expansion and further development of international humanitarian cooperation; We think that investment in human capital alone is the most important prerequisite in finding effective responses to contemporary challenges, just as it contributes to the improvement of managerial, production, scientific and information and communication technology directed at improving quality of life; We note that the Baku International Multiculturalism Centre, founded on the initiative of the Republic of Azerbaijan, makes an important contribution to the development of the theory and practice of multiculturalism; We attest that significant success has been achieved in Azerbaijan in maintaining and increasing human capital overall, and also amongst such vulnerable groups of the population as refugees and forced migrants, for the effective use of this factor in achieving the goals of sustainable development; We acknowledge that the key humanitarian components of sustainable development are the development of human capital through the integration of cutting edge knowledge and skills, including interdisciplinary ones, in a programme of continuing education and also the expansion of cooperation in this field; We note the ever-growing role of information technology and the mass media in achieving the goals of organizing effective inter-civilizational, intercultural and interfaith dialogue; A/HRC/34/G/1 4 GE.16-20352 We pay special attention to the need to shape ideas of ecological civilization and encourage different movements in support of the introduction of rational models of consumption and production, an attitude of care towards natural resources and awareness of the need to take action on climate change; We understand the importance of a comprehensive exchange of views in interdisciplinary areas among different representatives of the scientific community, including among scholars from the natural and humanitarian sciences, and highly appreciate their efforts in the sphere of the convergence of modern and traditional technology to ensure appropriate responses to the challenges of the 21st century; We call on all international and national structures specializing in humanitarian cooperation to hold regular forums, conferences and round tables aimed at fostering an atmosphere of tolerance and mutual respect and at meeting contemporary global and local challenges; We note the need for this kind of forum to be held once in two years and express our deep gratitude to the President and government of the Republic of Azerbaijan, the Heydar Aliyev Foundation and all the organizers of the V Baku International Humanitarian Forum for creating the conditions for a productive exchange of opinions and elaboration of a common vision of the problem; We consider necessary the adoption of this declaration and its use in reinforcing cooperation in the humanitarian sphere.
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LETTER DATED 31 AUGUST 2020 FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL AND THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVES OF THE MEMBERS OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
.: General 31 August 2020 Resolution 2541 (2020) Adopted by the Security Council on 31 August 2020 The Security Council, Recalling all its previous resolutions, statements of its President and press state- ments on the situation in Mali, Reaffirming its strong commitment to the sovereignty, unity and territorial in- tegrity of Mali, emphasizing that the Malian authorities have primary responsibility for the provision of stability and security throughout the territory of Mali, and under- scoring the importance of achieving national ownership of peace- and security-related initiatives, Recalling the provisions of the Agreement on Peace and Reconciliation in Mali (“the Agreement”) calling upon the Security Council to give its full support to the Agreement, to closely monitor its implementation and, if necessary, to take measures against anyone hindering the implementation of the commitments contained therein or the realization of its objectives, Expressing its deep concern regarding the recent developments in Mali, strongly condemning the mutiny which happened in Kati, on 18 August 2020, underlining the urgent need to restore rule of law and to move towards the return to constitutional order, reiterating its strong support to the Economic Community of West African States’ (ECOWAS) initiatives and mediation efforts in Mali, and expressing its read- iness to discuss this matter, in the course of the year, in light of the potential implica- tions of these recent developments on the implementation of the Agreement, Recognizing that some progress was made during the past eight months in the implementation of the Agreement, and that a combination of some level of political will and international pressure, including through the prospect of sanctions, consti- tuted important factors in securing this progress, expressing a significant sense of impatience with parties over the persistent delays in the full implementation of key provisions of the Agreement, further noting that continued delays in implementation contribute to a political and security vacuum jeopardizing the stability and develop- ment of Mali as well as the viability of the Agreement, stressing the need for increased ownership and prioritization in the implementation of the Agreement, and further stressing the importance of the full, effective and meaningful participation of women S/2020/859 20-11300 3/4 in the mechanisms established by the Agreement to support and monitor its imple- mentation, Strongly condemning all abuses and violations of human rights and violations of international humanitarian law in Mali, calling upon all parties to bring an end to such violations and abuses and to comply with their obligations under applicable in- ternational law, Recalling the provisions of resolution 2531 (2020) urging the Malian parties to take immediate and concrete action, in a spirit of genuine cooperation, to fulfil the priority measures listed in its paragraph 3 before the end of MINUSMA’s current mandate, encouraging the Panel of Experts established pursuant to resolution 2374 (2017) (“the Panel of Experts”) to identify parties responsible for potential lack o f implementation of these priority measures through its regular reporting and interim updates, and expressing its intent, should these priority measures not be implemented by the end of MINUSMA’s current mandate, to respond with measures pursuant to resolution 2374 (2017) on individuals and entities who are thus obstructing or threat- ening the implementation of the Agreement, Stressing that all parties to the Agreement share the primary responsibility to make steadfast progress in its implementation, Taking note of the decisions of the Security Council Committee established pur- suant to resolution 2374 (2017) concerning Mali (“the Committee”) of 20 December 2018 and 10 July 2019 that several individuals be placed on the list of individuals and entities subject to measures pursuant to resolution 2374 (2017) (“the 2374 Sanctions List”) and further taking note of the intention of the Committee to consider the re- moval of these individuals from the 2374 Sanctions List if the priority measures listed in paragraph 3 of resolution 2531 (2020) are fully implemented and the individuals designated cease all illicit activities, including those listed in the statement of case, while stressing that the Security Council has not yet seen sufficient progress to merit such consideration, Reiterating that individuals or entities placed on the 2374 Sanctions List shall not benefit from any financial, operational or logistical support from United Nations entities deployed in Mali, until their removal from the 2374 Sanctions List and with- out prejudice to the exemptions set by paragraphs 2, 5, 6 and 7 of resolution 2374 (2017), welcoming the measures already taken by United Nations entities deployed in Mali to ensure these individuals or entities do not benefit from such support, and reiterating its request made in resolution 2531 (2020) for the Secretary-General to include in his next quarterly report on MINUSMA an update on these measures, Taking note of the final report (S/2020/785) of the Panel of Experts, Noting the importance of continued cooperation and information exchange be- tween the Panel of Experts and all other United Nations entities operating in Mali, within their mandates and capabilities, Determining that the situation in Mali continues to constitute a threat to inter- national peace and security in the region, Acting under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, 1.
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счет: 966564.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=S/2020/859&Lang=R
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