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NOTE VERBALE DATED 77/11/29 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF EGYPT TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
This situation led to a very slow rate of growth of GDP in the aftermath of the military occupation of Egyptian territories. 3. Two dramatic consequences followed from the diversion of resources to defence and military expenditures, as necessitated by the Israeli military occupation and the war-like conditions which have prevailed ever since: (a) Replacement of assets had to be postponed considerably. (...) Accordingly, losses are measured in terms of the sum of the differences between the GDP which could have been obtained under nnormal'l (i ~ e 0 ~ non-aggression and occupation) conditions ~ and the \tactual;; GDP under the existing aggression and occupation conditions. (...) It should also be noted that this model underestimates the true ,losses since it takes account of the impact of occupation only on a limited number of the factors which determine economic growth.
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LETTER DATED 87/04/15 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF TUNISIA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Yesterday, 13 April 1987, Israeli occupation troops opened fire on protesting Palestinian students from B~r Zeit University at Ramallah. (...) ~'he Israeli occupation authorities have ordered Bir Zeit University closed for four months. (...) At Ramallah, E1-Bireh, Dura' and Rafah, Gaza, where protests by Palestinians continue, armed settler vigilantes have entered into the towns, physically attacking Palestinian residents and shooting at their property, causing fear and attempting to provoke panic in the Palestinian population under occupation. The situation in the Israeli occupied Palestinian territories is highly volatile and deteriorating rapidly, it consequently necessitates an immediate response from the international community.
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Article 3 – The right to safe and healthy working conditions With a view to ensuring the effective exercise of the right to safe and healthy working conditions, the Parties undertake, in consultation with employers' and workers' organisations: 1 to formulate, implement and periodically review a coherent national policy on occupational safety, occupational health and the working environment. (...) Article 9 – The right to vocational guidance With a view to ensuring the effective exercise of the right to vocational guidance, the Parties undertake to provide or promote, as necessary, a service which will assist all persons, including the handicapped, to solve problems related to occupational choice and progress, with due regard to the individual's characteristics and their relation to occupational opportunity: this assistance should be available free of charge, both to young persons, including schoolchildren, and to adults. (...) Article 20 – The right to equal opportunities and equal treatment in matters of employment and occupation without discrimination on the grounds of sex With a view to ensuring the effective exercise of the right to equal opportunities and equal treatment in matters of employment and occupation without discrimination on the grounds of sex, the Parties undertake to recognise that right and to take appropriate measures to ensure or promote its application in the following fields: a access to employment, protection against dismissal and occupational reintegration; b vocational guidance, training, retraining and rehabilitation; c terms of employment and working conditions, including remuneration; d career development, including promotion.
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LETTER DATED 28 APRIL 1982 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
The exclusion zone will also apply to any aircraft, whether military or civil, which is operating in support of the illegal occupation. Any ship and any aircraft, whether military or civil, which is found within this zone without due authority from tbe Ministry of Defence in London will be regarded as operating in support of the illegal occupation and will therefore be. regarded as hostile and will be liable to be attacked by the British forces. "Also from the time indicated, Port Stanley Airport will be closed; and any aircraft,on the ground in the Falkland Islands will be regarded as present in support of the illegal occupation and, accordingly, is liable to attack. (...) Whyte's letter dated 9 April 1982 (S/14963)), has been necessitated by the refusal of Argentina to comply with paragraph 2 of Security Council resolution 502 (1982).
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CORE DOCUMENT FORMING PART OF THE REPORTS OF STATES PARTIES : CYPRUS
It then came under the rule of the Republic of Venice until 1571, when it was conquered by the Ottoman Turks. The Ottoman occupation lasted until 1878 when Cyprus was ceded to the United Kingdom. (...) Since the Turkish occupation army has assumed effective control of the northern part of the territory of Cyprus, Turkey has pursued a systematic State policy of colonization. (...) The situation described above necessitated the introduction of remedial legislative measures.
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WORKING PAPER TO THE 2010 REVIEW CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES TO THE TREATY ON THE NON-PROLIFERATION OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS : IMPLEMENTATION OF THE 1995 RESOLUTION ON THE MIDDLE EAST OF THE 1995 REVIEW AND EXTENSION CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES TO THE NON-PROLIFERATION TREATY AND THE FINAL DOCUMENT OF THE 2000 REVIEW CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES TO THE TREATY / SUBMITTED BY PALESTINE
Taking a proactive approach would necessitate the utilization of all measures available to State parties to bring about the immediate implementation of the resolution and NPT/CONF.2010/WP.52 3 10-34058 documents in question, including taking specific practical actions by State parties in the following review cycle in case of non-compliance. 10. Realizing these important goals necessitates political will. To start, we call for the allocation of specific time at the 2010 Review Conference to review the implementation of the Resolution on the Middle East, adopted by the 1995 Review and Extension Conference, and the Final Document of the 2000 Review Conference. (...) This pivotal goal must be intrinsically intertwined with ongoing efforts to reach peace through ending the belligerent occupation that Israel has maintained for over four decades, which has consistently posed the gravest threat to security and peace in the region and has repeatedly violated the rights of the peoples living under it.
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 30TH MEETING : SPECIAL POLITICAL COMMITTEE, HELD ON MONDAY, 21 NOVEMBER 1977, NEW YORK, GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 32ND SESSION
Her delegation condemned the practices of the occupation authorities in the occupied territories as a violation of the human rights of the Arab population. (...) All those details in the report gave an idea of the sufferings of the Arab inhabitants of the occupied territories, who uere enduring the lon[';est foreign occupation of the century - an occupation that had lasted more than 11 years. 22. (...) Any action designed to consolidate and perpetuate the state of occupation vras completely unacceptalJle and, as long as the state of occupation persisted, the people of the occupied territories would not be able to enjoy their legitimate rights, and prospects for peace and stability in the rer~ion -.
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REQUEST FOR THE INCLUSION OF AN ADDITIONAL ITEM IN THE AGENDA OF THE 45TH SESSION : IRAQI AGGRESSION AND THE CONTINUED OCCUPATION OF KUWAIT IN FLAGRANT VIOLATION OF SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTIONS : LETTER DATED 17 SEPTEMBER 1990 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF KUWAIT TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
GENERAL A/45/233 17 September 1990 ENGLISH ORIGINAL: ARABIC/ENGLISH Forty-fifth session REQUEST FOR THE INCLUSION OF AN ADDITIONAL ITEM IN THE AGENDA OF THE FORTY-FIFTH SESSION IRAQI AGGRESSION AND THE CONTINUED OCCUPATION OF KUWAIT IN FLAGRANT VIOLATION OF SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTIONS Letter dated 17 Sevtember 1990 from the Permanent Representative of Kuwait to the United Nations addressed..to the Secretary-General On instructions from my Government, I have the honour to request, in accordance with rule 15 of the rules of procedure of the General Assembly, the inclusion of an additional item, entitled "Iraqi aggression and the continued occupation of Kuwait in flagrant violation of Security Council resolutions", in the agenda of the forty-fifth session. (...) The unanimous outcry against the aggression by Iraq and its continued occupation of Kuwait necessitate the inclusion of the item "Iraqi aggression and the continued occupation of Kuwait in flagrant violation of Security Council resolutions" in the agenda of the forty-fifth session and its consideration in plenary meeting,as a matter of priority. .
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This chapter will explore (through model simulations) which sectors in which countries are expected to grow/decline and the possible resulting impacts on labour markets, including on sectoral employment levels, employment statuses, occupations, informal jobs and green growth and jobs, among others. Such “job churning” also necessitates the strengthening of social protection systems, including nationally defined social protection floors, to support “protected labour market flexibility.” 4.
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Score: 870537 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_230000.pdf
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However, in many countries, the information systems and architecture necessitated by remote environments have lagged behind. (...) Malek synthesized data harvested from partners to generate online dashboards that illustrate the flow of aid and supplies to Lebanese hospitals per location, bed and intensive care unit occupancy rates, and other indicators. These dashboards helped identify key trends and gaps in the healthcare sector and enabled a more targeted information and referral process relative to hospital capacities.
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Score: 870537 - https://www.unv.org/node/22511/pdf
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