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The Applicant states that he was informed in mid-March 2014 by the Romanian authorities, namely the Romanian Ministry of Internal Affairs, that he had been found guilty of “assault and destruction” and that his “tour of duty [was] considered ended on disciplinary grounds”. (...) The Applicant states that he was never informed that he was suspected or being charged with assault or destruction. The Applicant tendered a statement and also offered witnesses, if needed. (...) However, in his application he clearly states that he “was informed by Romanian authorities that [he] was found guilty for ‘assault and destruction’, together with [VN] and [RA]” and that the same authorities informed him that his “tour of duty is considered ended on disciplinary grounds and [he] won’t be accepted to any UN missions”. 17.
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Score: 801459.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2014-045.pdf
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He filed an Application on 19 March 2014 to challenge the decision to limit his compensation to USD2,654.67 for claims arising out of the destruction of his personal belongings at his residence during the post- electoral violence in Ivory Coast (Contested Decision). 2.
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Score: 728791.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/nbi-2016-175.pdf
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Each State Party shall ensure that its chemical weapons destruction facilities are constructed and operated in a manner to ensure the destruction of the chemical weapons; and that the destruction process can be verified under the provisions of this Convention. (...) The order of destruction is based on the principle of levelling out. (...) If an extension is granted, the State Party shall still be under the obligation to meet the cumulative destruction requirements set forth for the next destruction deadline.
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Score: 684939.7 - https://www.opcw.org/chemical-...struction-chemical-weapons-and
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Disposition versus destruction Note that destruction is not the same as disposition. • Disposition refers to the wide range of actions undertaken to manage records over time, which may in- clude retention, destruction, or transfer to archival storage. (...) Destruction decisions must be formally approved before any action is taken. The importance of destruction The destruction of obsolete or superseded records is an essential step in maintaining a credible, reliable, and effec- tive records system.
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Score: 680216.9 - https://archives.un.org/sites/...uidance_destroying_records.pdf
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Verifying Destruction Providing confidence in destruction results All destruction activities undertaken by Member States are required to occur under the watchful eye of the OPCW. (...) The destruction method adopted should achieve proper safety and environmental standards. Prohibited Destruction Methods Sea dumping, land burial and open-pit burning are prohibited methods of chemical weapons destruction.
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Score: 678416.5 - https://www.opcw.org/our-work/eliminating-chemical-weapons
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Verifying Destruction Providing confidence in destruction results All destruction activities undertaken by Member States are required to occur under the watchful eye of the OPCW. (...) The destruction method adopted should achieve proper safety and environmental standards. Prohibited Destruction Methods Sea dumping, land burial and open-pit burning are prohibited methods of chemical weapons destruction.
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Score: 678007.57 - https://www.opcw.org/work/eliminating-chemical-weapons
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Submission of annual plans for destruction and annual reports on destruction The State Party shall submit an annual plan for destruction not less than 90 days before the beginning of the coming destruction year. (...) A State Party shall submit an annual report on destruction not later than 90 days after the end of the previous destruction year. (...) The resolution of any differences over methods of destruction shall not delay the execution of other parts of the destruction plan that are acceptable.
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Score: 673679.54 - https://www.opcw.org/chemical-...v-destruction-chemical-weapons
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The OSCE Document also provides guidelines regarding the safe storage and destruction of ammunition. As part of the OSCE Handbook of Best Practices on Small Arms and Light Weapons, best practices have been developed on National Procedures for the Destruction of SALW and National Procedures for Stockpile Management. (...) The Protocol also includes an article on the disposal of confiscated or unlicensed small arms and light weapons to address excess and illicit civilian holdings of small arms and light weapons. 2 UN Destruction Handbook Building on the Secretary-General’s Report on “Methods of destruction of small arms, light weapons, ammunition and explosives” (S/2000/1092) of 15 November 2000, the United Nations has published A Destruction Handbook for small arms, light weapons, ammunition and explosives. (...) Stockpile management and destruction should be integrated into wider Security Sector Reform and arms reduction programmes. -------- Ammunition
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Score: 671409.1 - https://www.un.org/events/smallarms2006/pdf/CRP.2.pdf
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The Procedure for the Use or for the Items 15-17 Destruction of the Foodstuffs I. General Provisions 1. (...) The Procedure for the Use or for the Destruction of the Foodstuffs 15. The responsibility for handing over the foodstuffs, prohibited for use as food, into a further use or for destruction, shall rest with their owner. 16. (...) The infected foodstuffs, dangerous for people and animals, shall be disinfected before being destroyed. The destruction of the foodstuffs shall be accompanied with the filling in of a form of an established order, whose copy shall be submitted, within a three-day term, to the state supervision and control body which has taken the decision on their destruction.
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Score: 670578.12 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/rus_e/WTACCRUS48_LEG_12.pdf
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UNLIREC also provided training on firearms and ammunition destruction techniques to thirteen officials from the Police and Defence forces with a view to permanently installing technical and human resource capacity to engage in independent destructions. (...) The destruction assistance to St. Kitts and Nevis forms part of a wider UNLIREC programme for firearms destruction and stockpile management for Caribbean States aimed at combating illicit trafficking by reducing the risk of theft and diversion from government holdings of firearms, ammunition and explosives. UNLIREC’s destruction assistance to the Caribbean is made possible thanks to a grant from the Government of the United States of America.
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Score: 666669.2 - https://www.un.org/disarmament/ar/update/20130606/
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