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DISCUSSION 2.1 ARMA and MIDRMA convened several meetings to discuss the steadily rising Large Height Deviations at the MID Region and AFI Region's borders.. 2.2 As a result of these coordination failures, Yemen ACC, which operates procedurally because it lacks surveillance, changed its operating practices and stopped issuing climb and descend clearances close to the boundary to mitigate the risk of a conflict at the boundary. 2.3 Because these occurrences happen often and may potentially cause a severe risk, the ICAO MID Region office has asked the AFI Region for assistance to address this extremely complicated issue involving several stakeholders, including ANSPs and Airlines. 2.4 ICAO MID organized a Virtual AFI MID ATM coordination meeting held on 28 June – 2 July 2021, Virtual ATM SG/8 meeting 15-18 November 2021 and Virtual MID RMA board 17 meeting 18 Jan 2022 all addressed the Issue of LHD but so far, no prompt action has been taken. 2.5 With regard to the Reporting Point (RP) PARIM & TORBA, it has been noticed from the periodical reports received from the pilots and Aden approach unit, that the said RPs always have LHD reports due to a large number of scheduled, unscheduled and uncoordinated traffic from all the states passing over/crossing PARIM at a time. 2.6 This is because of the non-receipt of the timely Flight Plan messages, Departure messages followed by Estimate messages to those countries/ states over whose airspace/FIR an aircraft is intended to fly. 2.7 Para 2.1.1 of annex 2, the rules of the air shall apply to aircraft bearing the nationality and registration marks of a Contracting State, wherever they maybe to the extent that they do not conflict with the rules published by the State having jurisdiction over the territory overflown. 2.8 Article 12 of Chicago convention states Each contracting State undertakes to adopt measures to ensure that every aircraft flying over or maneuvering within its territory and that every aircraft carrying its nationality mark, wherever such aircraft maybe, shall comply with the rules and regulations relating to the flight and maneuver of aircraft therein force.
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Score: 1170578.5 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...2022/MIDRMA%20Board18/WP11.pdf
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FRAMEWORK DOCUMENT ON AUTOMATED/AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES
In such a case the vehicle should be able to transition automatically (minimum risk maneuver) to a minimal risk condition with or without take over request. (...) ECE/TRANS/WP.29/2019/34 5 Table 1 Detailed WP.29 work priorities related to automated/autonomous vehicles Title Allocation to Main targets Comments Deliverable/ Deadline Functional Requirements for automated / autonomous vehicles GRVA Automated / Autonomous vehicles This work item should cover the functional requirements for the combination of the different functions for driving: longitudinal control (acceleration, braking and road speed), lateral control (lane discipline), environment monitoring (headway, side, rear), minimum risk maneuver, transition demand, HMI (internal and external) and driver monitoring.
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Score: 1164921.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...ECE/TRANS/WP.29/2019/34&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 88/02/26 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE UNDER-SECRETARY-GENERAL FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
We feel it is our duty to alert you of the machinations and maneuvers that have taken place since that date. (...) All of our fears and suspicious are founded upon the machinations and maneuvers that we live through daily, that seem very similar to those employed during the 1979 farce, when the so-called "dialogue" unfolded, in the shadow of which political prisoners were liberated.
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Score: 1164921.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=E/CN.4/1988/77&Lang=E
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DPRK LETTER OF 21 JULY 2014 ADDRESSED TO THE PSC
The Security Council persistently overlooked the United States ’ madcap war maneuvers of aggression and nuclear threat, and took issue with the inevitable option taken by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea to cope with them and censured it. (...) Any conflict which may take place in the course of the Korean People ’s Army’s tactical rocket firing and other intensified retaliatory drills to cope with the ceaseless war maneuvers of the United States in south Korea and its vicinity may spill over to a war.
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Score: 1151218.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=S/2014/512&Lang=E
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UN REGULATION NO. 0
Annex 4 (List of requirements for the purpose of IWVTA) Section I (List of requirements for U-IWVTA), replace the table by (keeping the references to footnotes 1 and 2 and the text of the footnotes unchanged): " Version of UN Regulation Number Topic UN Regulation1 Series of amendments2 1 Retro-reflecting devices for power- driven vehicles and their trailers 3 02 2 Devices for the illumination of rear registration plates of power-driven vehicles and their trailers 4 00 3 Direction indicators for power-driven vehicles and their trailers 6 01 4 Front and rear position lamps, stop- lamps and end-outline marker lamps for motor vehicles and their trailers 7 02 5 Vehicles with regard to electromagnetic compatibility 10 05 6 Vehicles with regard to door latches and door retention components 11 04 7 Vehicles with regard to the protection of the driver against the steering mechanism in the event of impact 12 04 8 Brakes of M1 and N1 vehicles 13-H 01 9 Vehicles with regard to safety-belt anchorages 14 08 10 Safety-belts, restraint systems, child restraint systems and ISOFIX child restraint systems 16 07 E/ECE/324/Rev.3/Add.0/Amend.1 E/ECE/TRANS/505/Rev.3/Add.0/Amend.1 3 Version of UN Regulation Number Topic UN Regulation1 Series of amendments2 11 Vehicles with regard to the seats, their anchorages and any head restraints 17 08 12 Power-driven vehicle front fog lamps 19* 04 13 Vehicles with regard to their interior fittings 21 01 14 Reversing and maneuvering lamps for power-driven vehicles and their trailers 23 00 15 Vehicles with regard to their external projections 26 03 16 Audible warning devices and of motor vehicles with regard to their audible signals 28 00 17 Pneumatic tyres for motor vehicles and their trailers (Tyres should be type approved to UN Regulation No. 30 or UN Regulation No. 54.) 30 02 18 Vehicles with regard to the prevention of fire risks 34 03 19 Rear fog lamps for power-driven vehicles and their trailers 38 00 20 The speedometer and odometer equipment including installation 39 01 21 Safety glazing materials and their installation on vehicles 43 01 22 Restraining devices for child occupants of power-driven vehicles (only inasmuch as it relates to built-in vehicle booster cushions but not covering standalone child seats) 44* 04 23 Headlamp cleaners, and of power-driven vehicles with regard to headlamp cleaners 45* 01 24 Devices for indirect vision including installation 46 04 25 Installation of lighting and light- signaling devices 48 06 26 Motor vehicles having at least four wheels with regard to their sound emissions 51 03 E/ECE/324/Rev.3/Add.0/Amend.1 E/ECE/TRANS/505/ Rev.3/Add.0/Amend.1 4 Version of UN Regulation Number Topic UN Regulation1 Series of amendments2 27 Pneumatic tyres for commercial vehicles and their trailers (Tyres should be type approved to UN Regulation No. 30 or UN Regulation No. 54.) 54 00 28 Rear Underrun Protective Devices (RUPDs) and the installation of a RUPD of an approved type, Rear Underrun Protection (RUP) 58 03 29 A temporary-use spare unit, run-flat tyres 64* 03 30 Parking lamps for power-driven vehicles 77* 00 31 Vehicles with regard to steering equipment 79 03 32 Internal combustion engines or electric drive trains intended for the propulsion of motor vehicles of categories M and N with regard to the measurement of the net power and the maximum 30 minutes power of electric drive trains (Engine power) 85 00 33 Daytime running lamps for power- driven vehicles 87 00 34 Side marker lamps for motor vehicles and their trailers 91* 00 35 Protection of occupants in the event of a frontal collision 94 03 36 Protection of occupants in the event of a lateral collision 95 03 37 Motor vehicle headlamps equipped with gas-discharge light sources 98* 01 38 Vehicles with regard to specific requirements for the electric power train 100* 02 39 Motor vehicles headlamps emitting an asymmetrical passing beam or a driving beam or both and equipped with filament lamps and/or LED modules 112* 01 40 Tyres with regard to rolling sound emissions and/or to adhesion on wet surfaces and/or to rolling resistance 117 02 41 Cornering lamps for power-driven vehicles 119* 01 E/ECE/324/Rev.3/Add.0/Amend.1 E/ECE/TRANS/505/Rev.3/Add.0/Amend.1 5 Version of UN Regulation Number Topic UN Regulation1 Series of amendments2 42 Vehicles with regard to the location and identification of hand controls, tell-tales and indicators 121 01 43 Adaptive Front-lighting Systems (AFS) for motor vehicles 123* 01 44 Motor vehicles with regard to the forward field of vision of the motor vehicle driver 125 01 45 Motor vehicles with regard to their pedestrian safety performance 127 02 46 Brake assist systems 139 00 47 Electronic stability control systems 140 00 48 Tyre pressure monitoring systems 141 00 49 Tyre installation 142 00 " Section II (Notification for L-IWVTA), replace Table 1 by (keeping the references to the footnotes and the text of footnote 3 unchanged): " Notification of [Name of Contracting Party] Date to be effective [yyyy-mm-dd] Number Topic UN Regulation1 Earlier versions accepted 3 Insert number of series of amendments Delete text in this column if not applicable 1 Retro-reflecting devices for power-driven vehicles and their trailers 3 or later 2 Devices for the illumination of rear registration plates of power- driven vehicles and their trailers 4 or later 3 Direction indicators for power- driven vehicles and their trailers 6 or later 4 Front and rear position lamps, stop-lamps and end-outline marker lamps for motor vehicles and their trailers 7 or later 5 Vehicles with regard to electromagnetic compatibility 10 or later E/ECE/324/Rev.3/Add.0/Amend.1 E/ECE/TRANS/505/ Rev.3/Add.0/Amend.1 6 6 Vehicles with regard to door latches and door retention components 11 or later 7 Vehicles with regard to the protection of the driver against the steering mechanism in the event of impact 12 or later 8 Brakes of M1 and N1 vehicles 13-H or later 9 Vehicles with regard to safety-belt anchorages 14 or later 10 Safety-belts, restraint systems, child restraint systems and ISOFIX child restraint systems 16 or later 11 Vehicles with regard to the seats, their anchorages and any head restraints 17 or later 12 Power-driven vehicle front fog lamps 19 or later 13 Vehicles with regard to their interior fittings 21 or later 14 Reversing and maneuvering lamps for power-driven vehicles and their trailers 23 or later 15 Vehicles with regard to their external projections 26 or later 16 Audible warning devices and of motor vehicles with regard to their audible signals 28 or later 17 Pneumatic tyres for motor vehicles and their trailers (Tyres should be type approved to UN Regulation No. 30 or UN Regulation No. 54.) 30 or later 18 Vehicles with regard to the prevention of fire risks 34 or later 19 Rear fog lamps for power-driven vehicles and their trailers 38 or later 20 The speedometer and odometer equipment including installation 39 or later 21 Safety glazing materials and their installation on vehicles 43 or later 22 Restraining devices for child occupants of power-driven vehicles (only inasmuch as it relates to built-in vehicle booster 44 or later E/ECE/324/Rev.3/Add.0/Amend.1 E/ECE/TRANS/505/Rev.3/Add.0/Amend.1 7 cushions but not covering standalone child seats) 23 Headlamp cleaners, and of power- driven vehicles with regard to headlamp cleaners 45 or later 24 Devices for indirect vision including installation 46 or later 25 Installation of lighting and light- signaling devices 48 or later 26 Motor vehicles having at least four wheels with regard to their sound emissions 51 or later 27 Pneumatic tyres for commercial vehicles and their trailers (Tyres should be type approved to UN Regulation No. 30 or UN Regulation No. 54.) 54 or later 28 Rear Underrun Protective Devices (RUPDs) and the installation of a RUPD of an approved type 58 or later 29 A temporary-use spare unit, run- flat tyres 64 or later 30 Parking lamps for power-driven vehicles 77 or later 31 Vehicles with regard to steering equipment 79 or later 32 Internal combustion engines or electric drive trains intended for the propulsion of motor vehicles of categories M and N with regard to the measurement of the net power and the maximum 30 minutes power of electric drive trains (Engine power) 85 or later 33 Daytime running lamps for power- driven vehicles 87 or later 34 Side marker lamps for motor vehicles and their trailers 91 or later 35 Protection of occupants in the event of a frontal collision 94 or later 36 Protection of occupants in the event of a lateral collision 95 or later 37 Motor vehicle headlamps equipped with gas-discharge light sources 98 or later E/ECE/324/Rev.3/Add.0/Amend.1 E/ECE/TRANS/505/ Rev.3/Add.0/Amend.1 8 Annex 8 Paragraph 1.2., subparagraph (a), amend to read: "(a) Two digits …… technical provisions of this UN Regulation applied to the approval (01 for this UN Regulation as amended by the 01 series of amendments);" 38 Vehicles with regard to specific requirements for the electric power train 100 or later 39 Motor vehicles headlamps emitting an asymmetrical passing beam or a driving beam or both and equipped with filament lamps and/or LED modules 112 or later 40 Tyres with regard to rolling sound emissions and/or to adhesion on wet surfaces and/or to rolling resistance 117 or later 41 Cornering lamps for power-driven vehicles 119 or later 42 Vehicles with regard to the location and identification of hand controls, tell-tales and indicators 121 or later 43 Adaptive Front-lighting Systems (AFS) for motor vehicles 123 or later 44 Motor vehicles with regard to the forward field of vision of the motor vehicle driver 125 or later 45 Motor vehicles with regard to their pedestrian safety performance 127 or later 46 Brake assist systems 139 or later 47 Electronic stability control systems 140 or later 48 Tyre pressure monitoring systems 141 or later 49 Tyre installation 142 or later "
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Score: 1137834.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...324/REV.3/ADD.0/AMEND.1&Lang=E
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REPORT ON THE MEETING OF VOLUNTEER EXPERTS ON MUTUAL RECOGNITION OF BOATMASTER'S LICENCES : NOTE : ADDENDUM / BY THE SECRETARIAT
(c) Determination of the course, nautical printed matters and publications, buoyage systems Note: For group A: Terrestrial navigation with: Determination of the course, position lines and ship's position, nautical printed matters and publications, work in the sea chart, nautical marks and buoyage systems, checking of the compass and bases of tidology See nautical knowledge (e) Ability to determine the position of the vessel under any meteorological conditions (poor visibility, ice, etc.) 2. Vessel maneuvering and handling (a) Piloting the vessel, having regard to the effects of current and winds, and the depth under the keel (a) Handling of the vessel taking account of the effect of wind, current, thrust deduction and draught for the evaluation of sufficient buoyancy and stability (a) Piloting and maneuvering (b) Function and operation of the rudder and propeller (b) Role and functioning of the rudder and propeller (b) Function and operation of the rudder and propeller (c) Anchoring and mooring under all conditions (c) Anchoring and berthing in all conditions (c) Anchoring and berthing (d) Maneuvering in entering and leaving a lock, in entering and leaving port harbours as well as in meeting and overtaking (d) Manoeuvres in locks and ports; manoeuvres when meeting and passing other vessels 3.
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Score: 1133211.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../SC.3/WP.3/2009/7/ADD.1&Lang=E
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REGULATION NO. 48, INSTALLATION OF LIGHTING AND LIGHT-SIGNALLING DEVICES : PROPOSAL FOR CORRIGENDUM 2 TO SUPPLEMENT 2 TO THE 04 SERIES OF AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 48 : CORRIGENDUM / SUBMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM THE INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF MOTOR VEHICLE MANUFACTURERS
GENERAL ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRE/2009/38/Corr.1 27 July 2009 ENGLISH ONLY ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE INLAND TRANSPORT COMMITTEE World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations Working Party on Lighting and Light-Signalling Sixty-second session Geneva, 6 - 9 October 2009 Item 4(d) of the provisional agenda REGULATION No. 48 (Installation of lighting and light-signalling devices) Proposal for Corrigendum 2 to Supplement 2 to the 04 series of amendments to Regulation No. 48 Submitted by the expert from the International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers ∗/ Corrigendum Page 2, paragraph 6.24.9.2. Line 1 Replace maneuvers by manoeuvres Line 3 For one of manual engine start up is taking place simultaneously or read the engine is started up manually, or - - - - - - ∗/ In accordance with the programme of work of the Inland Transport Committee for 2006-2010 (ECE/TRANS/166/Add.1, programme activity 02.4), the World Forum will develop, harmonize and update Regulations in order to enhance performance of vehicles.
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Score: 1130312.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...P.29/GRE/2009/38/CORR.1&Lang=E
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After four long months of speculations and political maneuvering, the French Government finally announced that France is getting its first Chief Data Officer. (...) After four long months of speculations and political maneuvering, the French Government finally announced that France is getting its first Chief Data Officer.
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Score: 1125809.6 - https://publicadministration.u...an-Ambitious-New-Data-Strategy
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After four long months of speculations and political maneuvering, the French Government finally announced that France is getting its first Chief Data Officer. (...) After four long months of speculations and political maneuvering, the French Government finally announced that France is getting its first Chief Data Officer.
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Score: 1125809.6 - https://publicadministration.u...-Survey-in-Media/ID/1781/Files
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LETTER DATED 2005/03/14 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF CUBA TO THE UNITED NATIONS AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
GENERAL E/CN.4/2005/G/18 16 March 2005 ENGLISH Original: SPANISH COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS Sixty-first session Agenda item 9 QUESTION OF THE VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS IN ANY PART OF THE WORLD Note verbale dated 14 March 2005 from the Permanent Mission of Cuba to the United Nations Office at Geneva addressed to the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights The Permanent Mission of Cuba to the United Nations Office and International Organizations based in Switzerland presents its compliments to the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and the secretariat of the Commission on Human Rights, and has the honour to attach herewith, in English, French and Spanish, a document entitled “Let us stop a new maneuver against Cuba”. The document in question contains the text of a call by over 200 prominent intellectuals from all over the world for an end to the anti-Cuba manoeuvring in the Commission on Human Rights and to the aggressive and hostile policy of the Government of the United States of America towards Cuba.
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Score: 1119004.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=E/CN.4/2005/G/18&Lang=E
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