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To this end, Canada believes coherence and coordination among our many international organizations is vital. (...) TRANSPARENCY I have spoken about some of the elements that I believe should be addressed at this Conference, let me now conclude with a few words on how we are doing our work. (...) I also believe that WTO members and the WTO system of Agreements will benefit from the views of an informed global public.
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Score: 607248.24 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../min01_e/statements_e/st13.pdf
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For reasons of history, culture, heritage and solidarity, I believe it important for a strong, mutually beneficial relationship to be maintained between the countries of the African continent and the African Diaspora in the Americas and the Caribbean. (...) The action we take requires us not only to build bridges, but also to take down barriers. I believe, in that regard, that the diaspora must strengthen links with the countries of Africa at every level - social, economic, political and cultural. (...) U N I T E D N AT I O N S N AT I O N S U N I E S PA G E 3 I believe that the diaspora has a role to play in translating general proposals for Africa's development, stability and security into action, and in contributing to the implementing of that action.
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Score: 607248.24 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/presi...statements/20040226-africa.pdf
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A God of hatred, destruction and madness, far removed from the God of love, mercy and reason in which I believe, and in which the majority of Muslims believe. (...) It is also an invitation, an initiation to philosophy, as it prompts questioning and reflection in the simplest way. Because I believe that it is by stimulating a critical mindset, based on strong ethics and values, that we will be able to effectively stamp out this disease called terrorism. I also believe that the heads of state and governments of powerful and democratic countries should adopt a policy of empathy, goodwill and respect for human life, towards all citizens of the world, beyond geopolitical boundaries.
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Score: 606415.5 - https://www.un.org/victimsofte...r-statement-20180817-final.pdf
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It was striking to see 47 submissions tabled individually or jointly by Members representing almost the entire WTO-membership, including economies in transition. We believe that this is a very significant development since it will enable us to shape the agricultural reform process in a way that ensures that the interests and concerns of the entire membership are adequately taken into account. If there is one lesson we can draw from the proposals we have examined and the discussions we have had during the first phase of the negotiations and which will be important to bear in mind during the subsequent phases is the wide diversity of agricultural situations world-wide. We firmly believe that while guarding against the fragmentation of the multilateral disciplines, this diversity should find its proper reflection in the new disciplines more strongly than it is presently the case. (...) In order to prevent this from happening a great deal of pragmatism and realism will be required from every Member. Though we believe that on the basis of our mandate contained in Article 20 of the AoA, the results of the first phase and the work programme to be agreed during this session the agricultural negotiations can continue to proceed smoothly we equally believe that to place them within the framework of a sufficiently broad-based new round of multilateral trade negotiations would have significant positive implications on the speed and the depth of the reform process.
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Score: 606415.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/agric_e/ngw175_e.doc
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In an increasingly globally connected world, minorities are sometimes subjected to group punishment for the alleged crimes, connections or connotations of their coreligionists in other countries. We firmly believe that the more tolerant a country is towards different religious groups, the more stable, fair and confident it is likely to be. (...) We also believe that other actors, such as religious leaders, can play a significant role in promoting the rights of minorities, especially in cases where leaders from the majority faith speak out on behalf of religious minorities in that same county. (...) This means that any response by governments should be holistic. The UK believes that states should promote freedom of religion of belief as a universal human right, as enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
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Score: 606415.5 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ndaItem2/PM_United_Kingdom.pdf
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In considering this proposal, some of the key considerations Canada believes need to be addressed include the following: • Ensuring the effective conclusion of the current multi-year programme of work agreed to at the UN Commission for Sustainable Development (CSD) - Canada is committed to effectively contributing to the CSD process which ensures that all topics of the Rio Earth Summit are reviewed and considered, based on thematic clusters and provides for an overall review to be undertaken in 2017. • Ensuring the successful conclusion of other current key multilateral initiatives - Canada is committed to achieving success in a number of multilateral initiatives including, in particular, the climate change negotiations. We would not want to detract from these efforts and believe any new event will need to take into account the results of these negotiations. • Avoiding overlap and duplication of existing mechanisms - Canada believes that an effective and efficient United Nations system is important and we would want to ensure that this proposal considers existing mechanisms as well as the range of related events on the horizon. • Assessing resource implications - An international event of this type requires significant financial and human resources to be successful. Canada believes we need to discuss the capacity requirements this proposal could entail and its impact on other priorities.
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Score: 606415.5 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd...dfs/hlm_submissions/canada.pdf
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The ever-widening reach and the consequent increase in the importance of the Internet have made cooperation among the stakeholders even more crucial. In this aspect, we believe that the global discussion on the multistakeholder model would enable a more robust, flexible, and effective development of the Internet. (...) Technical experts, civil society, private businesses, and the government have held differing roles at different times in the history of Internet development. We believe that this voluntary participation and cooperation has thus far been instrumental in its development, but also believe that the increasing complexity and importance of the Internet now merits more substantial cooperation and participation by the stakeholders. (...) We are pleased, however, to see that this forum has taken some important steps toward a more global consensus. We believe that more work would be needed in the future to achieve global consensus on how the Internet should develop and be governed.
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Score: 606415.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/wtpf-13...tatements/wtpf-13-korea-en.pdf
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Under your leadership, we believe that progress was made and that a productive framework has been set for further work in this area. (...) We further believe that the Forum must be inclusive in representing all points of view with regard to the benefits of IP Telephony. (...) The United States believes that this section should encourage Member States to ask the fundamental question of whether government regulation is necessary before moving forward.
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Score: 606357.3 - https://www.itu.int/osg/csd/wt...f/wtpf2001/sgreport/19-usa.pdf
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Under your leadership, we believe that progress was made and that a productive framework has been set for further work in this area. (...) We further believe that the Forum must be inclusive in representing all points of view with regard to the benefits of IP Telephony. (...) The United States believes that this section should encourage Member States to ask the fundamental question of whether government regulation is necessary before moving forward.
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Score: 606357.3 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/wt...f/wtpf2001/sgreport/19-usa.pdf
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Under your leadership, we believe that progress was made and that a productive framework has been set for further work in this area. (...) We further believe that the Forum must be inclusive in representing all points of view with regard to the benefits of IP Telephony. (...) The United States believes that this section should encourage Member States to ask the fundamental question of whether government regulation is necessary before moving forward.
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Score: 606357.3 - https://www.itu.int/osg/csd/wtpf/wtpf2001/sgreport/usa.doc
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