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Recalling the United Nations General Assembly resolution ES -11/1 “Aggression against Ukraine” and recalling decision ECE/EX/2022/L.6 relating to “Latest development in the region of the Economic Commission for Europe”, the Executive Committee (EXCOM) decides to revisit at the 124th meeting of EXCOM the extra-budgetary project ECE-E390, “Strengthening capacities of selected UNECE member States in sustainable and harmonious management of natural resources”, as further information concerning the sources of funding and the related due diligence are needed to confirm that the involved entities are not linked to activities undermining the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine. 2. EXCOM further decides, following the assessment of the information provided by the secretariat, that the secretariat may proceed with the implementation of all ongoing extra- budgetary projects except ECE-E390. 3. Member States will continue to follow closely the selection of recipients of funds in connection with the implementation of approved and ongoing extra-budgetary projects, in order to assess if third parties, whether entities, individuals or a group of individuals, selected by the United Nations, are linked to activities undermining the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine. (...) EXCOM requests that, when extra-budgetary projects are tabled for approval by EXCOM and where due diligence is required, the secretariat shall confirm that the required due diligence process has taken place, sufficient information was provided, and no inconsistencies were found.
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Score: 1437614.5 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...X_2022_L.12_Rev.1-2210520E.pdf
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Recalling the United Nations General Assembly resolution ES-11/1 “Aggression against Ukraine” and recalling decision ECE/EX/2022/L.6 relating to “Latest development in the region of the Economic Commission for Europe”, the Executive Committee (EXCOM) decides to suspend until further notice extra-budgetary project ECE-E390, “Strengthening capacities of selected UNECE member States in sustainable and harmonious management of natural resources”, as further information concerning the sources of funding and the related due diligence are needed to confirm that the involved entities are not linked to activities undermining the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine. 2. EXCOM further decides, following the assessment of the information provided by the secretariat, that the secretariat may proceed with the implementation of all ongoing extra- budgetary projects except ECE-E390. 3. The Economic Commission for Europe (ECE) shall cooperate with member States in assessing if the third parties, whether entities, individuals or group of individuals, selected by the United Nations to be recipients of funds in connection with the implementation of the respective extra-budgetary project, fall under the scope of restrictive measures of one or several of ECE member States. (...) EXCOM also requests that in future, when extra-budgetary projects are tabled for approval by EXCOM and where due diligence is required, the secretariat shall confirm that due diligence has taken place, sufficient information was provided, and no inconsistencies were found.
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Score: 1432352.1 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul.../ECE_EX_2022_L.12-2210457E.pdf
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Recalling the United Nations General Assembly resolution ES-11/1 “Aggression against Ukraine” and recalling decision ECE/EX/2022/L.6 relating to “Latest development in the region of the Economic Commission for Europe”, the Executive Committee (EXCOM) decides to suspend until further notice extra-budgetary project ECE-E390, “Strengthening capacities of selected UNECE member States in sustainable and harmonious management of natural resources”, as further information concerning the sources of funding and the related due diligence are needed to confirm that the involved entities are not linked to activities undermining the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine. 2. EXCOM further decides, following the assessment of the information provided by the secretariat, that the secretariat may proceed with the implementation of all ongoing extra- budgetary projects except ECE-E390. 3. The Economic Commission for Europe (ECE) shall cooperate with member States in assessing if the third parties, whether entities, individuals or group of individuals, selected by the United Nations to be recipients of funds in connection with the implementation of the respective extra-budgetary project, fall under the scope of restrictive measures of one or several of ECE member States. (...) EXCOM also requests that in future, when extra-budgetary projects are tabled for approval by EXCOM and where due diligence is required, the secretariat shall confirm that due diligence has taken place, sufficient information was provided, and no inconsistencies were found.
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Score: 1432352.1 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...%20ECE_EX_2022_L.12-E%20AC.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - KQ - ICAO Workshop Slides-rev1 KENYA AIRWAYS ‐FUEL PLANNING AND PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT ‐PBCS ‐GRF 1 FPPM INITIATIVES • Route selection:‐ Aggressive collaboration efforts with states & IATA to create direct routings within their airspaces. (...) This leads to fuel tankering at the expense of payload uplift. • Weather Forecast ‐Constant weather changes in the African region with some stations not providing accurate prevailing & forecast conditions make fuel planning a challenge. This leads to extra fuel uplift for the unforeseen weather conditions resulting in extra costs incurred. • ATM systems‐The ATM systems in some parts in the region are not fully developed, this makes optimization of flight levels challenging.
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Score: 1173553 - https://www.icao.int/ESAF/Docu...Challenges-KQ%20-%20kahara.pdf
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Delegations emphasized the need for tighter regulations and better enforcement of old and new regulations, but pointed out the extra costs that would have to be borne for this to be done effectively. (...) Campaigns will be running across UNECE member countries slamming aggressive driving and calling for mutual respect on the road. (...) “The main factor causing traffic accidents is aggressive behaviour on the roads,” Viktor Kiryanov of Russia’s transport ministry told the UN meeting.
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Score: 1168592 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA..._2004/UNECE_weekly_2004-63.pdf
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Contact us Get Involved Get Involved Latest Media Center Press releases Treaty bodies Ukraine: UN committee urges end to killings of children 04 March 2022 Share Related Press releases Ukraine: Urgent and extra support needed for separated and unaccompanied children, says UN child rights committee Press releases Human Rights Council discusses right of the child to access to justice Press releases Children’s rights boosted as UN body now able to hear individual complaints GENEVA (4 March 2022) – With at least 19 children killed and 31 injured in the armed conflicts during Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in the past few days, the UN Child Rights Committee today demanded the Russian Federation to immediately cease its aggression and military actions and uphold its obligations to protect children from physical and psychological violence. (...) The Committee on the Rights of the Child is deeply disturbed by the fact that grave violations of children’s rights in Ukraine are being committed by the Russian Federation’s aggression and military attack in Ukraine, in violation of the Charter of the United Nations. (...) The Committee on the Rights of the Child demands that the Russian Federation immediately ceases aggression and military actions against Ukraine and that it upholds its obligations under the Convention as espoused by the United Nations Secretary-General to enforce the United Nations Charter to protect children’s rights to the utmost degree and as the highest priority.”
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Score: 1142442.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/press...ee-urges-end-killings-children
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The occupation of Crimea and aggression in Ukraine was a violation of international law standards and “ran roughshod over the United Nations fundamental values”, he said.  (...) Those needed amending, he said, welcoming at the same time General Assembly resolution 68/262 of March 2014, which had taken the side of the weaker party in an act of imperial aggression. It particularly concerned him to be describing that situation, given that it was the twenty-fifth anniversary of the abolition of communism and the collapse of the Soviet bloc.  (...) Climate change must also be tackled, and he remained committed to achieving the successful conclusion of negotiations on a climate change convention.  Noting the extra responsibility his country was taking in several fields, he looked forward to non-permanent Security Council membership in 2018-2019. 
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Score: 1121115.9 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/69/me...gs/gadebate/25sep/poland.shtml
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Today we have observed through live coverage an act of barbarism where provision of humanitarian aid has been punished through aggression in high seas, 72 miles from international waters.. (...) It seems as if Israel has gone the extra mile in order to negate any positive developments and hopes for the future. They have become advocates of aggression and use of force. In view of all these, today, I call on the people of Israel to express their dismay regarding this wrong doing.
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Score: 1077196.3 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-200274/
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The seriousness and dedication he shows to academic work and extra-curricular activities makes him a very inspiring student to many of his colleagues.” (...) “I am more supportive and  spend extra time with them when necessary, ensuring they sit forward so I can supervise their attention and use more teaching and learning materials to help them visualize what they are studying.” (...) “He was violent and aggressive before he started school but has now become calm and respectful.
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Score: 1068028.9 - https://www.unicef.org/ghana/stories/inclusive-education
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The ongoing deliberations on the activation of the Court’s jurisdiction over the crime of aggression may also be indicative of the inherent challenges in this regard. On the other hand, as seen in several instances, any broad, extra-territorial application of the notion of universal jurisdiction by a national court is also likely to get embroiled in the dynamics of both international and domestic politics.
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Score: 1057370.6 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...al_jurisdiction/bangladesh.pdf
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