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Statement attributable to the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General on the United Nations Mission to Investigate Allegations of the Use of Chemical Weapons in the Syrian Arab Republic | United Nations Secretary-General Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Secretary-General Search the United Nations Search A-Z Site Index Toggle navigation Home About Biography The role of the Secretary-General Appointment process Vision Vision Statement 2021 Swearing-in (12 December 2016) Appointment (13 October 2016) Nomination (4 April 2016) The Team Deputy Secretary-General Senior Management Group Global Leadership Team Appointments since 1 January 2017 Senior Leadership Talent Pool Senior Leadership Vacancies Daily Agenda Public Schedule Official Travels Statements/Reports All statements Annual Report on the Work of the Organization Reports to the Security Council Reports to the General Assembly Reports to the ECOSOC Media Spokesperson's Office Statements Statements attributable to the Spokesperson Opinion pieces/op-eds Press Releases Photos New York 14 August 2013 Statement attributable to the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General on the United Nations Mission to Investigate Allegations of the Use of Chemical Weapons in the Syrian Arab Republic The Secretary-General is pleased to announce that the Government of Syria has formally accepted the modalities essential for cooperation to ensure the proper, safe and efficient conduct of the Mission. (...) Statements Latest Statements Statements on 14 August 2013 Statement attributable to the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General on Egypt Statement attributable to the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General on the Kaesong Industrial Complex On the Job Daily Schedule Appointment Process Role of the Secretary-General Former Secretaries-General Official Travels The Team Deputy Secretary-General Senior Management Group Global Leadership Messengers of Peace Resources Annual Report on the Work of the Organization Coordinator for Multilingualism Public Disclosure Opinion pieces/Op-eds Photos Quicklinks UN News Secretariat Department of Global Communications Spokesperson's Office United Nations Donate Facebook UN twitter Instagram Copyright Terms of Use Privacy Notice Fraud Alert FAQ Contact
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Score: 1066485.6 - https://www.un.org/sg/en/conte...cretary-general-united-nations
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Strategies for loss prevention include: (1) use of genotypes that have longer post-harvest-life; (2) use of integrated crop management systems and Good Agricultural Practices that result in good keeping quality of the commodity; and (3) use of proper post-harvest handling practices in order to maintain the quality and safety of fresh produce. (...) Following is a description of the factors that contribute to the various quality attributes of fresh produce: 1.2.1 Appearance (visual) quality factors. (...) Careful handling and washing of all produce to be consumed raw and the strict observance of proper sanitary measures are strongly recommended to reduce microbial contamination at the food-service, retail, and consumer levels.
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Score: 1058914.3 - https://www.fao.org/3/y5431e/y5431e02.htm
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Score: 1027565.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/re..._gallery_e/photo_gallery_e.htm
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WTO | Resources - Photo gallery WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION Home   |  About WTO   |  News & events   |  Trade topics   |  WTO membership   |  Documents & resources   |  External relations Contact us   |  Site map   |  A-Z   |  Search español   français home resources photo galleries Photo galleries Photos displayed within the galleries shown below may be freely downloaded and reproduced as long as proper attribution is given. Unless otherwise indicated, the photos are copyright of the WTO.
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Score: 1027565.9 - https://www.wto.org/English/re..._gallery_e/photo_gallery_e.htm
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It works with governments and communities to ensure that political interests do not come before the needs of Africans, especially with regards to access to proper healthcare. In particular, there are a major portion of the world total infected with Tuberculosis and HIV and AIDS living in Africa. (...) Main activities CREDO fights to give proper care and treatment to all Africans. It knows that millions of people die each year from preventable, treatable and manageable health issues. (...) Links to the health workforce crisis CREDO realizes that Africa has a tremendous shortage of qualified health workers, and it attributes this as the central obstacle to delivering a wide range of critical health services.
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Score: 1019371.9 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...partners/member_list/credo/en/
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Implementations MUST accept DigestAlgorithmIdentifiers with both conditions, absent parameters or with NULL parameters." • SOD is encoded with parameters missing in both DigestAlgorithmIdentifier and SignatureAlgorithmIdentifier • Passports from 9 countries have this defect Issue 2 • RFC 3852 defines Digest Algorithm and Signature algorithm. • The digest algorithm is used to hash the contents of the eContent (DG Hashes), which is then used as the value in MessageDigest field in Signed Attributes. • The signed attributes are then hashed using the same digest algorithm and then signed using the signature algorithm. • One country uses SHA512 to hash the eContent and then uses SHA256 to hash the signed attributes. • All crypto toolkits fail to verify this SOD – 78% of all E-Passports seen from this country Issue 3 • Issuer DN of Document signer as follows: • CN = XXX CSCA,OU = Civil Registry Agency,O = Ministry of Justice of COUNTRY ,L = LOCATION ,C = AA • Subject DN of Document signer as follows: • CN = DOCUMENT SIGNER KEY,OU = SOMEOU,O = SOMEO,C = BB • So, country AA has issued a Document Signer to country BB • When checking issuing country of passport, which country code would you choose? (...) Issue 6 • Length Encoding issues – Length encoding defined by ASN.1 standards – Parsers will not handle wrong length encodings • One country has issued a batch of e-Passports with this defect Issue 7 • Single DSC to sign all E-Passports – DSCs should be changed often to prevent compromise – Reduces trust in the E-Passport of that country – E-Passports from these countries will be treated as paper passports • 5 countries have this defect Issue 8 • Missing Authority Key Identifier – AKI is used to identify the CSCA that issued the DSC – If it is missing, there is no way to complete the verification – These E-Passports will be treated as paper passports • 4 countries have this defect with all the E- Passports that they have issued Issue 9 • Country Code is wrong or missing in CSCA – Country code identifies the issuer – The code is defined in ISO 3166 and in Doc 9303 – Proper validation will flag these documents as fraudulent documents • 10 countries have issued E-Passports with this defect Issue 10 • Wrong encoding of RSA signature value – RSA signature is encoded as OctetString with length of string equal to Modulus value – Assumed to be positive integer. (...) Message • Passport defects have to be identified and fixed to realize the real value of E-Passports • If proper validation of the E-Passport is not done, TRIP has a whole new meaning…..
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Score: 1005919.1 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...17.HongKong.Rajesh(edited).pdf
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However, the location of the shipper and consignee identification is not prescribed. 1.2 Over the years there have been a number of dangerous goods incidents in Australia that could have been prevented if the location of the shipper and consignee identification was required to be located on the same surface of the package near the proper shipping name marking. 1.3 Labels are required to be located on the same surface of the package near the proper shipping name marking, if the package dimensions are adequate (5; 3.2.7 b) refers). 1.4 Some incidents in Australia can be directly attributed to human factors where freight forwarding staff or aircraft ramp and loading staff have their primary focus on checking packages for consignee destination information. (...) There have been no incidents in this regard to packages with small dimensions. 1.6 For processing purposes it is more likely that when ramp or loading staff check a package for destination (consignee) that the package would be more immediately recognized as being dangerous goods if this marking was next to the proper shipping name as this is also where the hazard labels are required to be. — — — — — — — — DGP/22-WP/13 Apéndice APÉNDICE PROPUESTA DE ENMIENDA DE LAS INSTRUCCIONES TÉCNICAS Parte 5 OBLIGACIONES DEL EXPEDIDOR . . .
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Score: 996139.6 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...0Papers/DGP.22.WP.013.2.sp.pdf
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The Timorese leaders learned their lessons from the political security crises of 2006 and 2008 and achieved national unity and a peaceful transfer of power as they exercised what I call "primordial leadership", which has five attributes. 4 The first attribute is the leaders' commitment to national interest. identity and unity. (...) In the West, as explained by Plato in The Republic , a virtuous leader has similar attributes that are essential for the proper functioning of a state. (...) The new museum will not only deal with the history of the Holocaust proper, but it will also show the enormous effect that it had on Dutch society, Jewish and non-Jewish alike.
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Score: 988218.9 - https://www.un.org/en/chronicl...ticle/post-conflict-leadership
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Score: 986087.2 - https://en.unesco.org/open-acc...s/files/berlin_declaration.pdf
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Today, enterprise identity systems are typically large and complex federations of different attribute sources that contain a huge number of attributes on employees, business partners, customers, and inventory. (...) Problems different regulations regarding accounting, auditing and privacy across the world proper backup and disaster recovery integration of users other identities, e.g. in private life etc. (...) The Web 2.0 centric OpenID system has typically a fairly small number of attributes, but is used best across simple, “low profile” web applications.
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Score: 978002.5 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../15/04/T15040000020001PDFE.pdf
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