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We ought to grasp this opportunity to take stock of the progress in the implementation of the Millennium Declaration and revitalize consensus on new and old challenges, which necessitate urgent collective action. In that respect, allow me, Excellencies, to first thank the Secretary-General of the United Nations, H.E. (...) The Republic of Cyprus, which has suffered from the use of force and foreign aggression and is still suffering from occupation, firmly believes that we need to reform the Security Council so as to reinforce its credibility and legitimacy, through inter alla the improvement of its working methods and decision making procedures.
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Score: 870537 - https://www.un.org/webcast/sum.../statements15/cyp050915eng.pdf
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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. (...) In its search for a peaceful solution, the Cypriot Government, despite the continuing illegal occupation, agreed to intercommunal talks being held in line with the aforementioned resolutions. (...) The situation described above necessitated the introduction of remedial legislative measures.
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Score: 869338.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=HRI/CORE/1/ADD.28&Lang=E
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It offers guidance on ergonomic problems, particularly for small and medium- sized enterprises, in order to reduce occupational accidents and diseases and increase productivity. (...) Further, the List of Occupational Diseases in the Annex to the List of Occupational Diseases Recommendation, (No. 194) includes a specific section on occupational MSDs, and occupational MSDs have been recognized by a number of countries and included in the 2003 European schedule of occupational diseases. (...) The subject of ergonomics is mentioned in the Occupational Health Services Convention, 1985 (No. 161), where advice on ergonomics and collaboration in providing information, training and education in the field of ergonomics are listed among the functions of occupational health services.
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Score: 868937.1 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...enericdocument/wcms_570034.pdf
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AMENDMENTS TO DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES (A/CONF.70/4) : AMENDMENTS SUBMITTED TO THE PREAMBLE
o/Rrus The following subparagraph should be inserted after subpanagraph (c), necessitating the renumbering of the subsequent subparagraphs: "(d) Ensuring that ecological tolerance of the environment to absorb man-made development is respected;" (...) A new paragraph should be inserted after paragraph 4, necessitating the renumbering of the remaining paragraphs: "5. (...) I··· A/CONF.70/C.l/L.2 English Page 8 United Kingdan This paragraph should be divided into two separate paragraphs as follows, necessitating the renumbering of the remaining paragraphs: "7.
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Score: 867961.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/CONF.70/C.1/L.2&Lang=E
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President, The Palestinian people continue to suffer under an oppressive occupation that refuses the judgment of history embodied by our Charter that the age of colonialism has come to an end. An occupation that adheres to policies reminiscent of the ages of darkness and chaos. (...) Several countries around the world suffer from the spread of HIV/AIDS which threatens their stability and whose capacity and resources disable them from containing the pandemic, thus necessitating, in such a situation, assistance for those countries in dealing with the crisis.
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Score: 866838.1 - https://www.un.org/webcast/ga/57/statements/020913egyptE.htm
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LETTER DATED 71/02/02 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF UNITED ARAB REPUBLIC TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
Hence our position remained that the settlement necessitates that Israel respects the Charter of the United Nations and its decisions and implements the Security Council resolution in full. (...) Nevertheless) the repressive measures being currently perpetrated by Israel in these territories clearly reveal its persistence in the policy designed to change their Arab character, establish Israeli settlements and create a fait-accompli with a view to consolidating its occupation. This brinci;!; further evidence of its expansionist policy. (...) The continuation of the Israeli occupation of Arab territories is an act of aggression that constitutes a breach of peace in the area and seriously endangers world peace.
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Score: 863359.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...nsf/get?open&DS=S/10098&Lang=E
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See: 2003 Global strategy on Occupational Safety and Health; Report VI, ILC, 91st Session, 2003, Geneva, paras. 171 and 172 7. 2007: Meeting of Experts considered that biological substances should be considered separately from other hazardous substances The 2007 Meeting of Experts to examine tools with a view to developing a policy framework for hazardous substances3 recalled that Recommendation No. 3 was among the instruments to be revised4 and made no recommendations in relation to this Recommendation. (...) In relation to the MLC, 2006, Guideline B4.3.1 provides that the assessment of risks and reduction of exposure should take account of the physical occupational health effects, including manual handling of loads, noise and vibration, the chemical and biological occupational health effects, the mental occupational health effects, the physical and mental health effects of fatigue, and occupational accidents. (...) Determining that, as Recommendation No. 3 requires revision, it should be classified as an instrument requiring further action within its current legal status as an active instrument, accordingly necessitating practical and time-bound follow-up action. 2.
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Score: 861177.9 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...enericdocument/wcms_569990.pdf
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LETTER DATED 30 MARCH 2021 FROM THE CHARGÉ D’AFFAIRES A.I. OF THE PERMANENT MISSION OF TURKEY TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
As such, the Greek Cypriot side has been continuing to disinform the international community by portraying the Cyprus problem as one of “occupation”. It is crucial to underline in this regard that none of the Security Council resolutions on Cyprus describe the legitimate and justified Turkish presence in the island in line with the 1960 International Cyprus Treaties as an “occupation”. In fact, the only occupation on the island is the occupation of the seat of government by the Greek Cypriot administration since 1963. (...) This large-scale violence and ensuing gross human rights violations necessitated the Security Council to deploy the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) in 1964 in order to stop the bloodshed and the atrocities perpetrated against the Turkish Cypriot people.
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Score: 860262.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=S/2021/314&Lang=E
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Norman Farrell   I, MEHMET GÜNEY, Judge of the Appeals Chamber of the International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the former Yugoslavia since 1991 ("International Tribunal"), BEING SEISED OF the urgent "Prosecution’s Motion for Extension of Pages" ("Motion") filed on 19 October 2004 by the Prosecution, in which it requests an extension of 10 pages or 3.000 words for its response to the "Appellant’s Motion for Judicial Notice" filed on 11 October 2004, pursuant to paragraph (C)(7) of the Practice Direction on the Length of Briefs and Motions of 7 March 2002 ("Practice Direction"); NOTING that, in support of its Motion, the Prosecution submits that the complexity and importance of the legal and factual issues raised in the Appellant’s Motion for Judicial Notice constitute exceptional circumstances which necessitates an oversized response; NOTING paragraph (C)(5) of the Practice Direction which provides that motions, replies and responses before a Chamber will not exceed 10 pages or 3,000 words, whichever is greater; CONSIDERING that paragraph (C)(7) of the Practice Direction states that a party seeking authorisation to exceed the prescribed page limits "must provide an explanation of the exceptional circumstances that necessitate the oversized filing"; FINDING that, in the circumstances of the case, the requirements of paragraph (C)(7) of the Practice Direction have been met and that the variation sought is warranted in this case; HEREBY GRANT the authorisation sought by the Prosecution to exceed the applicable page limit set out in the Practice Direction, and allow it to file a response to the Appellant’s Motion for Judicial Notice which should not exceed 20 pages or 6,000 words in total.  
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Score: 860156.1 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/nikolic/acdec/en/041020.htm
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LETTER DATED 4 AUGUST 2021 FROM THE CHARGÉ D'AFFAIRES A.I. OF THE MISSION OF TURKEY TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The Greek Cypriot side has been continuing to misinform the international community by portraying the Cyprus problem as one of “occupation”. It is crucial to underline in this regard that none of the United Nations Security Council r esolutions on Cyprus describe the legitimate and justified Turkish presence on the island, in line with the 1960 International Cyprus Treaties, as an “occupation”. In fact, the only occupation on the island is the occupation of the seat of the government by the Greek Cypriot administration since 1963. (...) This large-scale violence and ensuing gross human rights violations necessitated the United Nations Security Council to deploy the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus in 1964 in order to stop the bloodshed and the atrocities perpetrated against the Turkish Cypriot people.
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Score: 858267.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...f/get?open&DS=E/2021/79&Lang=E
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