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When we look at this resolution, it’s not simply the matter of preferential treatment of a particular solution, it’s because, also, that there’s no technical basis in these cases for preferring that solution. (...) Australia listened carefully to the intervention from the Chair of Study Group 11, and particularly to the fact that new solutions require study and testing to see whether in fact they are solutions. (...) That DOA is the preferred solution to specific needs? There is no language about alternatives.
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Score: 811874.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/w...aptioning/1102ITU-WTSA2230.pdf
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These elements are Page 2 of 6 briefly mentioned in the current draft, but would deserve more visibility and tangible commitments. (...) Their participation can be a valuable contribution to finding local solutions. Page 3 of 6 Let me conclude with some final general remarks. (...) Page 5 of 6 Return As we already mentioned we welcome the mention of return, but we would like to reiterate that this should be combined with a reference to human rights norms and standards as well as a reference to compliance with the principle of non-refoulement.
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Score: 806188.77 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...016/Switzerland_07July2016.pdf
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These two documents constitute the basis upon which the solution of the Palestine problem should be founded. (...) Noting however that the Jewish proposal had been disappointing, the Conciliation Commission refrained, as was pointed out, from communicating it to the Arab delegations and submitted to them the memorandum of 15 August  mentioned above. In this memorandum , the Commission asked them to accept a declaration according to which “the solution of the refugee problem should be sought in the repatriation of refugees in Israeli-controlled territory and in the resettlement of those not repatriated, in Arab countries or in the zone of Palestine not under Israeli control.” (...) Lastly, in all the previous plans drawn up for the solution of the Palestine problem, on the basis of partition, the Negev formed part of Arab Palestine.
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Score: 806175.2 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-210892/
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We consider that Paragraph 7 under the opinion, and invites Member States, sectors, members and other stakeholders tends to contradict the prior Paragraph 6, which is say fostering nondiscrimination, provision of connectivity solutions. And again further to word as we mentioned, policies, ownership and establishment and operations of connectivity solutions in the Member States is also a national matter subject to S laws. (...) And when we talk about solutions this is broad enough to accommodate any other connectivity solutions that may come in the future, other than picking on one that is current today. (...) So we support the ISOC solution. Thank you. >> ROBERTO HIRAYAMA: Thank you.
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Score: 806078.6 - https://www.itu.int/wtpf21/wp-...6dec21-WTPF-WorkingGroup1.docx
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Dr Supachai Panitchpakdi, Director-General of the WTO, for their tireless efforts and unceasing personal devotion in the search for solutions and areas of common ground in response to the problems facing all of us at the WTO. (...) However, there is clearly a long way to go to find appropriate solutions to the problems we face, with a view to ensuring our smooth and progressive integration into the global economy. This is particularly true of key sectors such as agriculture, upon which a country like mine, and so many others in the developing world, depend for most of their subsistence, not to mention their wealth. Nor can we overlook issues such as special and differential treatment, implementation, market access for non-agricultural products, to mention but a few.
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Score: 801305.13 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...min03_e/statements_e/st117.doc
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Dr Supachai Panitchpakdi, Director-General of the WTO, for their tireless efforts and unceasing personal devotion in the search for solutions and areas of common ground in response to the problems facing all of us at the WTO. (...) However, there is clearly a long way to go to find appropriate solutions to the problems we face, with a view to ensuring our smooth and progressive integration into the global economy. This is particularly true of key sectors such as agriculture, upon which a country like mine, and so many others in the developing world, depend for most of their subsistence, not to mention their wealth. Nor can we overlook issues such as special and differential treatment, implementation, market access for non-agricultural products, to mention but a few.
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Score: 801305.13 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...min03_e/statements_e/st117.pdf
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Meanwhile, Mrs. Roll mentioned that the RAP is an outcome of collective efforts. (...) Based on those documents the City Recovery Action Plan is developed. He also mentioned that a lecture series had been developed for formalization of illegal constructions. (...) In addition to the above-mentioned, she advised not to try to solve everything at once.
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Score: 799113.43 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul..._Workshop%20Report%20final.pdf
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We have seven central priorities for the summit that I will very briefly mention, some of which are well reflected in the most recent draft of the outcome document, while other require increased consideration for future drafts. (...) Fourth, in paragraph 4.14, the commitment to providing humanitarian assistance in key lifesaving sectors fails to mention the most lifesaving service for women, which is comprehensive reproductive health services. (...) Last, States should affirm the importance of working with and for refugee youth, who currently are not mentioned in the current draft, which we believe misses opportunities to capitalize on their significant potential, as highlighted in the recent Global Refugee Youth Consultations.
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Score: 796627.83 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...6/WRC_14July2016_Statement.pdf
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While the resolution presented by Kuwait had mentioned Israel five times, it failed to mention Hamas even once.   (...) The text did not make mention of the causes of the conflict nor did it present solutions for the tragic situation faced by Palestinians.  (...) DANON ( Israel ) asked Bolivia to fact‑check the names it mentioned in the Council as some of those mentioned were linked to Hamas. 
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Score: 796599.6 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2018/sc13362.doc.htm
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While the resolution presented by Kuwait had mentioned Israel five times, it failed to mention Hamas even once.   (...) The text did not make mention of the causes of the conflict nor did it present solutions for the tragic situation faced by Palestinians.  (...) DANON ( Israel ) asked Bolivia to fact‑check the names it mentioned in the Council as some of those mentioned were linked to Hamas. 
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Score: 796599.6 - https://www.un.org/unispal/doc...ole-in-conflict-press-release/
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