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GE.12-71037 (R) 051212 051212 Annex [English only] Draft decision -/CP.18 National adaptation plans [The Conference of the Parties, [Recalling Article 4, paragraphs 1, 4 and 9, and Article 11, paragraph 5, of the Convention,] [Also recalling decisions 11/CP.1, 27/CP.7, 1/CP.16 and 5/CP.17,] Further recalling the initial guidelines for the formulation of national adaptation plans by the least developed country Parties adopted under decision 5/CP.17, Reaffirming that because of their development status, climate change risks magnify the development challenges for the least developed country Parties, Recalling that the national adaptation plans are a process to enable the least developed country Parties to formulate and implement national adaptation plans, building upon their experience in preparing and implementing national adaptation programmes of action, as a means of identifying medium- and long-term adaptation needs and developing and implementing strategies and programmes to address those needs; and that other developing country Parties were invited to employ the modalities formulated to support the national adaptation plans in the elaboration of their planning effort,7 Underlining that planning for adaptation at the national level is a continuous, progressive and iterative process, the implementation of which should be based on nationally identified priorities, including those reflected in the relevant national documents, plans and strategies, and coordinated with national sustainable development objectives, plans, policies and programmes, [Recalling the request to the Adaptation Committee, in accordance with its agreed functions, to consider, in its workplan, the relevant modalities for supporting interested developing countries that are not least developed country Parties to plan, prioritize and implement their national adaptation planning measures, including through the use of the modalities contained in decision 5/CP.17,] Reaffirming the importance of the need to address adaptation planning in the broader context of sustainable development planning, Underlining that the national adaptation plan process should build on and complement existing adaptation planning, should not be prescriptive and should facilitate country-driven, gender-sensitive, participatory action taking into consideration vulnerable groups, communities and ecosystems, Recognizing the value of the experiences gained in preparing and implementing national adaptation programmes of action8 and stressing that support for the national adaptation plan process [should not be at the expense of][should be provided while maintaining progress for] the national adaptation programmes of action, 7 Decision 1/CP.16, paragraphs 15 and 16. 8 National adaptation programmes of action (NAPAs), are prepared by least developed country Parties are available at unfccc.int/4722. FCCC/SBI/2012/L.41 4 GE.12-71037 Appreciating the contributions made by developed country parties to the Least Developed Countries Fund and the Special Climate Change Fund to date, Recognizing that the Green Climate Fund will support developing countries in pursuing project-based and programmatic approaches in accordance with climate change strategies and plans,9 such as national adaptation programmes of action, national adaptation plans and other related activities, Also recognizing the important role of the Convention in catalysing support for the least developed country Parties to undertake the national adaptation plan process, noting the range of activities and programmes, both under and outside the Convention process, which contribute to, and enhance, the national adaptation plan process, Recalling its request to the Subsidiary Body for Implementation to consider guidance on policies and programmes to enable support for the national adaptation plan process for the least developed country Parties, at its thirty-sixth session, for consideration by the Conference of the Parties at its eighteenth session, Welcoming the Nairobi work programme on impacts, vulnerability and adaptation to climate change compilation of case studies on national adaptation planning processes,10 and the report of the twenty-second meeting of the Least Developed Countries Expert Group,11 1. (...) FCCC/SBI/2012/L.41 GE.12-71037 5 identified by the least developed countries Parties in response to national needs and circumstances; (g) [To adopt streamlined procedures for the operation of the Least Developed Countries Fund in supporting the national adaptation plan process;]} 2.
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счет: 697660.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=FCCC/SBI/2012/L.41&Lang=R
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LETTER DATED 8 NOVEMBER 2019 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF CYPRUS TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
A/74/547 S/2019/872 4/18 19-19642 Date Time Nature of violation 1702–1904 One S-70 Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 2142–0529 One Anka Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 4 September 0110–0850 One Bayraktar Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 0830–0908 One Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 0910–0929 One CN-235 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 0915–0933 One A-400 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 0933–1052 One AW-139 Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1118–1140 One CN-235 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1214–1226 One A-400 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1421–1641 One CN-235 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1512–1600 Two F-16 and two F-4 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1538–1634 Two F-16 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. A/74/547 S/2019/872 19-19642 5/18 Date Time Nature of violation 1612–2225 One Bayraktar Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1904–1936 One Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 5 September 0237–1020 One Bayraktar Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 0820–0900 One Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 0937–1055 One AW-139 Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1416–1544 One AW-139 Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1940–2130 One Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 2146–0535 One Anka Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 6 September 0847–0928 One Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 0920–1035 One AW-139 Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 0952–1016 One CN-235 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1650–1720 One CN-235 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. A/74/547 S/2019/872 6/18 19-19642 Date Time Nature of violation 2315–0916 One Bayraktar Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 7 September 1345–1741 One S-70 Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1647–1704 One GLF-4 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 2100–0540 One Anka Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 8 September 1153–2107 One Bayraktar Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1657–2020 One CN-235 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 9 September 0838–0913 One Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 0926–1042 One AW-139 Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1212–1228 One A-400 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1432–1449 One A-400 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1812–1830 One A-400 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1933–1944 One A-400 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 697571.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/74/547&Lang=R
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NATIONAL ADAPTATION PLANS
NATIONAL ADAPTATION PLANS
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счет: 697042.87 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=FCCC/SBI/2014/L.19&Lang=R
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LETTER DATED 8 FEBRUARY 2005 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SUDAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
Institutions at the National Level 2.1 2.2. 2.2.2. 2.2.3 2.2.4 During the Interim Period, the Institutions at the National level shall consist 0f:- 2.1.1 The Legislature; 2.1.2 The Executive; 2.1.3 The Judiciary; and 2.1.4 The Institutions and Commissions specified in this Agreement and the Interim National Constitution. The National Legislature: 2.2.1 There shall be a bicameral National Legislature comprised o f - 2.2.1.1 A National Assembly; and 2.2.1.2 A Council of States. In the establishment of the National Legislature, the following principles shall apply:- 2.2.2.1.
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счет: 696771.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...f/get?open&DS=S/2005/78&Lang=R
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LETTER DATED 18 SEPTEMBER 2020 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF CYPRUS TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
A/75/243 S/2020/926 4/26 20-12269 Date Time Nature of violation 3 June 0047–1500 One Bayraktar Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 0122–0142 One A-400 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 0205–0225 One A-400 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 0230–0303 One C-130 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 0310–0348 One C-130 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 0340–0623 Two AS-532 Cougar Turkish military helicopters infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 0745–1106 One Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 0907–1318 One CN-235 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 1524–1903 One CN-235 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 1537–2152 One ANKA Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 1703–2023 One Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 1914–1436 (+1) One Bayraktar Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. (...) A/75/243 S/2020/926 6/26 20-12269 Date Time Nature of violation 5 June 0527–0609 One CN-235 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 0655–0942 One CN-235 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 0856–1100 One AW-139 Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 0906–1205 One AS-532 Cougar Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 0955–1009 One E-7T Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 1011–2257 One Bayraktar Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 1206–1622 One CN-235 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 1632–1643 One E-7T Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 1720–1917 One S-70 Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 6 June 1020–1040 One S-70 Turkish military helicopter infringed internat ional air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 1427–1500 One S-70 Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomat ic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 1850–1934 One C-130 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 2032–2336 One AW-139 Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. (...) A/75/243 S/2020/926 20-12269 17/26 Date Time Nature of violation 2027–2058 One A-400 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 10 July 0737–0937 One AW-139 Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 1013–1045 One Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 1029–1045 One Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 1210–1250 One Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 1315–1444 One CN-235 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 1350–1420 One B-350 King-Air Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 1600–1628 One Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 11 July 0838–1034 One AW-139 Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 1952–0015 One AW-139 Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 12 July 1158–1311 One Bayraktar Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 1646–2120 One Bayraktar Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC. 13 July 1050–1159 One CN-235 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting the Nicosia ACC.
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счет: 696664.26 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/75/243&Lang=R
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LETTER DATED 20 DECEMBER 2019 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF CYPRUS TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
A/74/623 S/2019/976 19-22392 5/18 Date Time Nature of violation 1405–1525 Five AS-532 and 3 T-129 Turkish military helicopters infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1405–1903 One BAYRAKTAR Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 7 October 0736–0934 One AW-139 Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 0917–1210 Five Turkish military helicopters infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 0924–1048 One AW-139 Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1010–1145 Five Turkish military helicopters infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1115–1417 One BAYRAKTAR Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1413–1542 Seven Turkish military helicopters infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1510–1658 One S-70 Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1751–0152 One ANKA Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 8 October 0726–0934 One AW-139 Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 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A/74/623 S/2019/976 19-22392 7/18 Date Time Nature of violation 1950–2209 One S-70 Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 10 October 0719–1535 One BAYRAKTAR Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 0736–0945 One AW-139 Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 0901–0923 One B-200 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 0921–1043 One AW-139 Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 0955–1145 One AS-532 COUGAR Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 0956–1128 One S-70 Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1015–1145 Five AS-532 COUGAR Turkish military helicopters infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1016–1145 Two T-129 Turkish military helicopters infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1045–1130 Two F-16 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1417–1533 One AW-139 Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. A/74/623 S/2019/976 8/18 19-22392 Date Time Nature of violation 1434–1545 Two T-129 and one COUGAR Turkish military helicopters infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1455–1627 One ANKA Turkish military aircraft infringed aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1458–1606 Three AS-532 COUGAR and one T-129 Turkish military helicopters infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1547–1833 One S-70 Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1646–1702 One B-200 Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 2050–0530 One BAYRAKTAR Turkish military aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 11 October 0310–0455 One Turkish military helicopter infringed aircraft infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 0717–0920 One AW-139 Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 0842–1054 One S-70 Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1003–1051 One COUGAR Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations and violated the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus by entering the Nicosia FIR and the national airspace of the Republic of Cyprus without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC. 1019–1141 One AW-139 Turkish military helicopter infringed international air traffic regulations by entering the Nicosia FIR without diplomatic permit or contacting Nicosia ACC.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 696073.73 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/74/623&Lang=R
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PROCESS CURRENTLY UTILIZED BY THE INTERNATIONAL COORDINATING COMMITTEE OF NATIONAL INSTITUTIONS FOR THE PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS TO ACCREDIT NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS INSTITUTIONS IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE PARIS PRINCIPLES AND TO ENSURE THAT THE PROCESS IS STRENGTHENED WITH APPROPRIATE PERIODIC REVIEW AND WAYS AND MEANS OF ENHANCING PARTICIPATION OF NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS INSTITUTIONS IN THE WORK OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
PROCESS CURRENTLY UTILIZED BY THE INTERNATIONAL COORDINATING COMMITTEE OF NATIONAL INSTITUTIONS FOR THE PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS TO ACCREDIT NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS INSTITUTIONS IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE PARIS PRINCIPLES AND TO ENSURE THAT THE PROCESS IS STRENGTHENED WITH APPROPRIATE PERIODIC REVIEW AND WAYS AND MEANS OF ENHANCING PARTICIPATION OF NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS INSTITUTIONS IN THE WORK OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 696012.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=A/HRC/7/70&Lang=R
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GE.12-70716 (R)
[The Consultative Group of Experts on National Communications from Parties not included in Annex I to the Convention (CGE) shall have the objective[s] of: (a) Improving the [process of [and] preparation of] national communications and biennial update reports from Parties not included in Annex I to the Convention (non- Annex I Parties), by providing technical advice and support to non-Annex I Parties [including those Parties that have not yet completed their national communications.]; (b) [Serving as] [Building capacity for] the team of technical experts for international consultation and analysis (ICA) [in a manner that is non-intrusive, non- punitive and respectful of national sovereignty, in accordance with paras 56-62 of Decision 2/CP. 17 and its Annex IV.] (...) (e) [Provide] Technical advice to non-Annex I Parties to facilitate the development and long-term sustainability of [the national communications preparation] processes, including the elaboration of appropriate institutional arrangements and the establishment and maintenance of national technical teams, for the preparation of national communications and biennial update reports, including greenhouse gas inventories, on a continuous basis; (f) [Provide information on [financial] support available and technical advice to non-Annex I Parties, and extract lessons learned and best practices on addressing constraints and gaps and related financial, technical, and capacity building needs, in particular on adaptation from non-Annex I national communications and biennial update reports.] (...) (i) [Continue its work in reviewing the UNFCCC guidelines for the preparation of national communications from non-Annex I Parties.]
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 695894.24 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=FCCC/SBI/2012/L.22&Lang=R
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GE.12-71144 (R)
[The Consultative Group of Experts on National Communications from Parties not included in Annex I to the Convention (CGE) shall have the objective[s] of: (a) Improving the [process of [and] preparation of] national communications and biennial update reports from Parties not included in Annex I to the Convention (non-Annex I Parties), by providing technical advice and support to non-Annex I Parties [including those Parties that have not yet completed their national communications.]; (b) [Serving as] [Building capacity for] the team of technical experts for international consultation and analysis (ICA) [in a manner that is non-intrusive, non- punitive and respectful of national sovereignty, in accordance with paras 56-62 of Decision 2/CP. 17 and its Annex IV.] (...) (e) [Provide] Technical advice to non-Annex I Parties to facilitate the development and long-term sustainability of [the national communications preparation] processes, including the elaboration of appropriate institutional arrangements and the establishment and maintenance of national technical teams, for the preparation of national communications and biennial update reports, including greenhouse gas inventories, on a continuous basis; (f) [Provide information on [financial] support available and technical advice to non-Annex I Parties, and extract lessons learned and best practices on addressing constraints and gaps and related financial, technical, and capacity building needs, in particular on adaptation from non-Annex I national communications and biennial update reports.] (...) (i) [Continue its work in reviewing the UNFCCC guidelines for the preparation of national communications from non-Annex I Parties.]
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 695642.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=FCCC/SBI/2012/L.53&Lang=R
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2007/12/06 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE KINGDOM OF MOROCCO TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
A/HRC/7/G/2 page 3 Annex Third seminar of national Arab human rights institutions on the “Role of national institutions in promoting the independence of the judiciary in the Arab region”, 12-14 November 2007, Rabat, Morocco The Rabat Declaration The Advisory Council for Human Rights, with the support of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, held the third seminar of Arab national human rights institutions on the “Role of national institutions in promoting the independence of the judiciary in the Arab region”, from 12 to 14 November 2007, in Rabat, Morocco. The purpose of this seminar was to support national and regional initiatives aimed at strengthening the role of Arab national human rights institutions and other actors in promoting the rule of law and the independence of the judiciary, in keeping with international human rights standards. (...) Arab national institutions should contribute to the formulation of national strategies that include activities to raise awareness among the parties concerned of respect for the independence of the judiciary. 8.
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