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LETTER DATED 54/06/17 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF SYRIA ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
The Chief of' Staff und.erstsnds that the delay in openiuS the meeting of the Mixed Armistice Commission on 30 April, and the meeting1s subse~lerrt adjournment, were bound to CRuse dissatisfaction to the Syrian delegation. He advised the Chairman of the Conuaission to postpone the opening of the meeting for a few hOU:1:'6 because he hoped that the Israel delegation might be present on the afternoon of 30 April.
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| Mr Jean Poesen , Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium Assessment & mapping soil erosion: Does it tell our story? | Mr Richard Cruse , Iowa State University, United States of America Decision supporting framework for soil erosion control and ecosystem services enhancement  |  Mr Jae Yang , Kangwon National University, Republic of Korea Addressing soil erosion through policy and economic assessments  | Ms Lindsay Stringer , University of Leeds, England Introduction to GSER19 Introduction to GSER19 Perspectives on soil erosion Soil erosion from the space | Mr Luca Parmitano , Astronaut, European Space Agency (video message) Testimony of soil erosion from the ground  | Mr Alfred Grand , Farmer, Austria Facing soil erosion at ancient times  | Mr Fernando Delgado , Inter-American Center for Development and Environmental and Territorial Research (CIDIAT), Venezuela Long-term changes due to wind erosion in arid zones  | Ms. Halima Slimani , Université des Sciences et de la Technologie Houari Boumédienne, Algeria Introduction to the themes Introduction to the themes Theme 1: Use of data and assessment tools in soil erosion control Modelling post-fire soil erosion in recently burned areas  |  Ms Diana Vieira , University of Aveiro, Portugal Theme 2: Practices and Policy in action to address soil erosion Impact of policies on soil erosion in the European Union  | Mr Panos Panagos , European Commission, Italy Theme 3: The economics of soil erosion control and restoration of eroded land Economic assessment of Soil erosion in Malawi  | Mr Giacomo Pallante , Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development , Italy Introduction to the technical sessions Introduction to the technical sessions Working documents Theme 1 : Use of data and assessment tools in soil erosion control  | Mr Pasquale Borrelli , University of Basel, Switzerland Theme 2: Practices and Policy in action to address soil erosion  | Ms Lydia Chabala , Intergovernmental Technical Panel on Soils, Zambia Theme 3: The economics of soil erosion control and restoration of eroded land  | Mr David Lobb , Intergovernmental Technical Panel on Soils, Canada Side event Side event " Soil erosion assessment: Making a difference with isotopic techniques " IAEA Programme of Nuclear Techniques in Food and Agriculture | 15 May 2019 | 13:00 - 14:30 | Malaysia room/C227, FAO HQ Thursday 16 May 2019 THEME 1: USE OF DATA AND ASSESSMENT TOOLS IN SOIL EROSION CONTROL THEME 1: USE OF DATA AND ASSESSMENT TOOLS IN SOIL EROSION CONTROL Theme Chair: Mr Richard Cruse (Iowa State University, USA). Moderator: Ms Costanza Calzolari (ITPS, Italy); Ms Maria Konyushkova (ITPS, Russia); Mr Siosiua Halavatau (ITPS) Badland and gully erosion assessment using remotely sensed data, non-invasive field techniques and stochastic modelling approaches | Mr Michael Maerker , University of Pavia, Italy Resilience of red ferralitic soils in the Karst regions of Mayabeque province, Cuba | Mr José M.
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Puntuación: 264.15 - https://www.fao.org/about/meet...um/resources/presentations/fr/
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| Mr Jean Poesen , Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium Assessment & mapping soil erosion: Does it tell our story? | Mr Richard Cruse , Iowa State University, United States of America Decision supporting framework for soil erosion control and ecosystem services enhancement  |  Mr Jae Yang , Kangwon National University, Republic of Korea Addressing soil erosion through policy and economic assessments  | Ms Lindsay Stringer , University of Leeds, England Introduction to GSER19 Introduction to GSER19 Perspectives on soil erosion Soil erosion from the space | Mr Luca Parmitano , Astronaut, European Space Agency (video message) Testimony of soil erosion from the ground  | Mr Alfred Grand , Farmer, Austria Facing soil erosion at ancient times  | Mr Fernando Delgado , Inter-American Center for Development and Environmental and Territorial Research (CIDIAT), Venezuela Long-term changes due to wind erosion in arid zones  | Ms. Halima Slimani , Université des Sciences et de la Technologie Houari Boumédienne, Algeria Introduction to the themes Introduction to the themes Theme 1: Use of data and assessment tools in soil erosion control Modelling post-fire soil erosion in recently burned areas  |  Ms Diana Vieira , University of Aveiro, Portugal Theme 2: Practices and Policy in action to address soil erosion Impact of policies on soil erosion in the European Union  | Mr Panos Panagos , European Commission, Italy Theme 3: The economics of soil erosion control and restoration of eroded land Economic assessment of Soil erosion in Malawi  | Mr Giacomo Pallante , Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development , Italy Introduction to the technical sessions Introduction to the technical sessions Working documents Theme 1 : Use of data and assessment tools in soil erosion control  | Mr Pasquale Borrelli , University of Basel, Switzerland Theme 2: Practices and Policy in action to address soil erosion  | Ms Lydia Chabala , Intergovernmental Technical Panel on Soils, Zambia Theme 3: The economics of soil erosion control and restoration of eroded land  | Mr David Lobb , Intergovernmental Technical Panel on Soils, Canada Side event Side event " Soil erosion assessment: Making a difference with isotopic techniques " IAEA Programme of Nuclear Techniques in Food and Agriculture | 15 May 2019 | 13:00 - 14:30 | Malaysia room/C227, FAO HQ Thursday 16 May 2019 THEME 1: USE OF DATA AND ASSESSMENT TOOLS IN SOIL EROSION CONTROL THEME 1: USE OF DATA AND ASSESSMENT TOOLS IN SOIL EROSION CONTROL Theme Chair: Mr Richard Cruse (Iowa State University, USA). Moderator: Ms Costanza Calzolari (ITPS, Italy); Ms Maria Konyushkova (ITPS, Russia); Mr Siosiua Halavatau (ITPS) Badland and gully erosion assessment using remotely sensed data, non-invasive field techniques and stochastic modelling approaches | Mr Michael Maerker , University of Pavia, Italy Resilience of red ferralitic soils in the Karst regions of Mayabeque province, Cuba | Mr José M.
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Puntuación: 264.15 - https://www.fao.org/about/meet...um/resources/presentations/zh/
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LETTER DATED 84/01/02 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF TURKEY TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
TtiE TURKISH CYPRIOT SIDE RN) THE GREEK CYPRIOT SIDE RERFFIRM THEIR UNDER- STRNDING OF THE FOLLOWING COHNON GROUND C’N WHICH THEIR RCTIONS SHRLL BE BASED: 111 THE BASIC ISSUES HND CRUSES OF CONFLICT NHICH HFiiE BEDEVILLED THE RELATION5 BETWEEN THE THO PEOPLES IN THE ISLAND FOR THE FRST 2@’ YERRS SHALL BE RE5DLYED THEC~UGH PERCEFUL HERNS BY THE TWO SIDES, IN ORDER TO SETTLE THEIR DIFFERENCES BY PEACEFUL I’IERNS THE TWO SIDES UNDERTRKE T@ blRKE EVEF’S EFFORT UNDER THE RUSPICES OF THE SECRETRRY-GENERRL OF THE UNITED NRTIONS RND TO SUPPORT HIS MISSION OF GOOD OFFICES
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Puntuación: 254.86 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/38/770&Lang=E
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 5TH MEETING, HELD AT THE PALAIS DE CHAILLOT, PARIS, ON MONDAY, 11 OCTOBER 1948
MijLIK (:Jni r n of Soviet Soci E'-hst Republica) could not accept the arJ.EJnclrlont subni tted by Ecuador be cRuse it contained a reference to th~ third report of the AtG:r::tic Eno~gy Commission which confinns in vei~ect fom tho findings nnc.1. recol:lr1e:nC.aticms of that report.
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Puntuación: 238.58 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=A/C.1/A.III/SR.5&Lang=E
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GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 11TH SESSION, 2ND COMMITTEE, 444TH MEETING, FRIDAY, 15 FEBRUARY 1957
Moreover, the deletion would result in duplication be- CRUse it was not clear what difference there was be- tween land-locked countries and countries having no access to the sea. 19.
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Chaired by Jakkrit Srivali, Deputy Permanent Representative of Thailand, it featured panellists Hiroshi Kawamura, founder and former Chairman of DAISY International; Frances West of IBM; Inmaculada Placencia-Porrero of the European Commission; and Sean Cruse of the United Nations Global Compact. Mr. SRIVALI ( Thailand ) said that when people thought of accessibility, steps and elevators came to mind, but accessibility was much more than that. (...) One big challenge was the lack of data on financing for accessibility in Europe, she said, calling on Member States to come to the next Conference with more data in that regard. Mr. CRUSE said the Global Compact was a strategic initiative within the United Nations that worked to promote human rights, environmental stewardship and anti-corruption. 
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Puntuación: 231.14 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2012/hr5106.doc.htm
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LIST OF DELEGATIONS : PREPARATORY COMMITTEE FOR THE UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE ON ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT, 2ND SESSION, GENEVA, 18 MARCH-5 APRIL 1991
Briodin Mr. J-J. Faure Mr. G. Cruse Mrs. N. Liamine Ms. F. Dehais Mr. E. Vernet Gabon Mr.
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GENERAL ASSEMBLY OFFICIAL RECORDS, 27TH SESSION : 1387TH MEETING, FRIDAY, 8 DECEMBER 1972, NEW YORK
In his view, the terms of reference of th~' ad hoc committee 5hould be limiied by stating that it was international tenorisrn which was to be studied and by expressly iestricting the study to the cruses of that type of terrorism. 35. Mt VINCI (Italy) &aid that, in line with the observations of the representative of Uruguay, his delega- tion would propose to its sponsors to insert the word '"international" before I he ·,.vords "terrorism and acts of violence" in operative paragraph 7 of draft resolution A/C.6/L879/Rev.l. 36.
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Puntuación: 217.72 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=A/C.6/SR.1387&Lang=E
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DRAFT CONVENTION ON THE CRIME OF GENOCIDE : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
In this Coxm~tion, the word "genocide" means E crinincl act diractad rgn-ifist a one of the sfcroaeid grouI% elf huTa beirgs, with the purpose of destro+ it in trhole or in part, or of preventing its pri2ervaZ.x or developm~T * Swh acts CozlSiEt of: 1. Crusing thir 863th of nmbms of a group or ir:wing th3iz hec.lth or ;hysLcel integrity b,7: (a) Ckroup zzsaecr6.5 or individual exicutions; (b) Subjectioa to conditions of life which, -$r leak of proper housing, clothing, food, hygiene end nodicsl OEIQ, CT cxeoslve trork or phgsicel .
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