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PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL, POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT :INFORMATION PRESENTED BY THE NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS INSTITUTION OF TIMOR-LESTE : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
As the report indicates, despite the country’s rapid economic growth, most Timorese con- tinue to experience poverty, deprivation and insecure employment.
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счет: 813383.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=A/HRC/20/NI/7&Lang=R
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WORLD SITUATION WITH REGARD TO DRUG ABUSE : REPORT OF THE SECRETARIAT
Организация Объединенных Наций E/CN.7/2006/2 Экономический и Социальный Совет Distr.: General 12 January 2006 Russian
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счет: 810318.85 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=E/CN.7/2006/2&Lang=R
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TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS, ESPECIALLY WOMEN AND CHILDREN : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
См. также Radhika Coomaraswamy, Preventing Conflict, Transforming Justice, Securing the Peace: Global Study on the Implementation of United Nations Security Council resolution 1325 (United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN-Women), 2015), где упоминается торговля людьми. 27 Резолюция 1325 (2000) Совета Безопасности, пункт 12; Aroussi, Women, Peace and Security, pp. 35−36.
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счет: 810152.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/73/171&Lang=R
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IMPROVEMENT OF THE SITUATION OF WOMEN AND GIRLS IN RURAL AREAS :REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
., 2019). 5 UN-Women, “From Insights to Action: Gender Equality in the Wake of COVID-19” (New York, 2020). 6 World Bank, “Food Security and COVID-19”, brief, 2 July 2021; FAO, IFAD, United Nations Children’s Fund, WFP and World Health Organization, “The state of food security and nutrition in the world 2020: transforming food systems for affordable healthy diets” (Rome, 2020); and FAO, “Gendered impacts of COVID-19 and equitable policy responses in agriculture, food security and nutrition”, 15 May 2020. 7 International Labour Organization, “World Employment Social Outlook. (...) E/CN.6/2018/3). 11 UN-Women, “Progress of the world’s women 2015–2016: transforming economies, realizing rights”, New York, 2015. (...) США) до __________________ 17 International Food Policy Research Institute, Global Food Policy Report 2021. Transforming Food Systems After COVID-19 (Washington, D.C., 2021). 18 UN-Women, “The social protection response to COVID-19 has failed women.
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счет: 807881.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/76/241&Lang=R
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TRANSPORT OF ELECTRIC ENERGY SYSTEMS CONTAINING LITHIUM ION BATTERIES (SWEDEN)
Это значение основано на среднем значении удельной энергоемкости 150 Вт·ч/кг для батареи (см. setis.ec.europa.eu/transforming-european-energy-system-through-innovation-2016_en)1.
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счет: 805152.15 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...RANS/WP.15/AC.1/2021/32&Lang=R
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HARNESSING INTERNATIONAL PRODUCTION NETWORKS TO FOSTER INCLUSIVE GROWTH AND LOCAL PRODUCTIVE CAPACITIES
Учитывая раз- 13 L Plank and C Staritz, 2013, “Precarious upgrading” in electronics global production networks in Central and Eastern Europe: The cases of Hungary and Romania, Working Paper No. 31, Capturing the Gains. 14 E Paus, 2014, Industrial development strategies in Costa Rica: When structural change and domestic capability accumulation diverge, в JM Salazar-Xirinachs, I Nübler and R Kozul- Wright, eds., Transforming Economies: Making Industrial Policy Work for Growth, Jobs and Development (International Labour Office, Geneva), pp. 181−211. 15 R Phillips and J Henderson, 2009, Global production networks and industrial upgrading : Negative lessons from Malaysian electronics, Austrian Journal of Development Studies , 25(2):38−61. 16 P Temin, 2017, The Vanishing Middle Class: Prejudice and Power in a Dual Economy (Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States). 17 UNCTAD, 2016; D Baker, 2015, The upward redistribution of income: Are rents the story? (...) Такая система промышленной политики будет также использовать 30 P Fortunato and C Razo, 2014, Export sophistication, growth and the middle-income trap, in I Nübler, JM Salazar-Xirinachs and R Kozul-Wright, eds., Transforming Economies: Making Industrial Policy Work for Growth, Jobs and Development .
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счет: 803376.37 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=TD/B/C.I/MEM.8/2&Lang=R
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LETTER DATED 29 DECEMBER 2020 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Beckles and the President of the Economic and Social Council, rapid decolonization in the twentieth century had not entirely eliminated the legacy and mentality of colonialism. (...) The bridging role of the Peacebuilding Commission was critical to that whole-of-system approach, but effectively addressing the root causes of conflict through sustainable development initiatives would require the political will of Member States to mean- ingfully confront the fundamental challenges of inequality, including those that had been left largely unaddressed in the rapid process of decolonization. 12. Along with the social and economic forces of climate change, the COVID-19 pandemic, ongoing conflicts and the lasting effects of the colonial era – including the intergenerational traumas and legacies of underdevelopment left in the wake of vio- lent colonization, the slave trade and institutional racism – required the firm commit- ment of Member States to achieving reconciliation.
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счет: 802672.56 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/75/708&Lang=R
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ASSISTANCE AND PROTECTION FROM BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS IN THE CONTEXT OF ARTICLE VII OF THE BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS CONVENTION - SUBMITTED BY THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
As regards option 3, one of the ways to put it into effect could be to feed the database with information on States Parties’ rapid response teams that are capable of deploying in the first echelon of protection against biological weapons. (...) A germane example is the setting up of rapid response assistance teams at the OPCW.9 One may notice that certain roles 5 Paragraph 34, Part II, BWC/CONF.VIII/4; S/RES/2177(2014), A/RES/69/1, A/69/389-S/2014/679. 6 Paragraph 7, Article 13 of the draft Protocol to the BWC, BWC/AD HOC GROUP/CRP.8; paragraph 7, Article X of the CWC. 7 Forty-seven States Parties contributed to such fund at the OPCW. // OPCW Fact Sheet 8.
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счет: 802672.56 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...=BWC/MSP/2018/MX.4/WP.1&Lang=R
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REPORT OF THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT FACILITY TO THE CONFERENCE OF PARTIES : REVISED NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
For summaries of these projects, please see Annex 2. 5 Table 1: Climate Change Mitigation Projects Approved under the GEF Trust Fund (From September 1, 2007 to August 31, 2008) GEF Amount Country Strategic Program Project Type Project Title Agency Date of Approval (Mil $) Co- financing (Mil $) Indonesia OP7 FSP Micro-turbine Cogeneration Technology Application Project (MCTAP) UNDP 11/16/2007 2.59 12.38 China 2 FSP Thermal Power Efficiency World Bank 11/16/2007 19.70 143.80 China 1 FSP Market Transformation of Energy-Efficient Bricks and Rural Buildings (MTEBRB) UNDP 11/16/2007 7.00 28.00 China EA FSP Enabling China to Prepare Its Second National Communications to UNFCCC UNDP 11/16/2007 5.00 0.65 India 5 FSP Sustainable Urban Transport Project World Bank/UNDP 11/16/2007 22.50 352.73 Indonesia 3 FSP Sustainable Geothermal Power Generation Development Program World Bank 11/16/2007 4.00 5.17 Thailand 3 FSP Promoting Renewable Energy in Mae Hong Son Province UNDP 11/16/2007 2.99 4.00 Global 1 FSP Global Market Transformation for Efficient Lighting UNEP/UNDP 11/16/2007 5.00 12.00 Regional/Multi- country 6 FSP Rehabilitation and Sustainable Use of Peatland Forests in South-East Asia IFAD 11/16/2007 0.09 CC 4.21 BDLD 10.21 Global 6 FSP Carbon Benefits Project (CBP): Modeling, Measurement and Monitoring UNEP 11/16/2007 1.67 CC 3.33 BDLD 5.49 Ukraine 3 FSP Creating Markets for Renewable Power in Ukraine EBRD 02/22/2008 8.45 82.08 Iran 6 FSP MENARID Institutional Strengthening and Coherence for Integrated Natural Resources Management UNDP 04/24/2008 0.49 CC 3.83 BDLDIW 14.6 6 Turkey 1 FSP Promote Energy Efficiency in Buildings UNDP 04/24/2008 2.62 18.68 Iran 5 FSP Facilitating Sustainable Mobility in Tehran UNDP 04/24/2008 5.33 35.43 Mexico 2 FSP Mexico Rural Development World Bank 04/24/2008 10.50 127.30 India 2 FSP Chiller Energy Efficiency Project - under the Programmatic Framework for Energy Efficiency World Bank 04/24/2008 6.30 93.65 Turkey 1 FSP Market Transformation of Energy Efficient Appliances in Turkey UNDP 04/24/2008 2.71 2.30 Russian Federation 1 FSP Improving Efficiency in Public Buildings in the Russian Federation EBRD 04/24/2008 9.21 62.90 Russian Federation 1 FSP Improving Urban Housing Efficiency in the Russian Federation EBRD 04/24/2008 9.67 86.70 Malaysia 1 FSP Buildings Sector Energy Efficiency Project (BSEEP) UNDP 04/24/2008 5.00 21.47 Chile 2 FSP Promoting and Strengthening an Energy Efficiency Market in the Industry Sector IADB 04/24/2008 2.64 15.81 Uzbekistan 1 FSP Promoting Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings UNDP 04/24/2008 3.25 10.35 Argentina, Bolivia and Paraguay 6 FSP Sustainable Forest Management in the Transboundary Gran Chaco Americano Ecosystem UNEP/UNDP 4/24/2008 2.45 CC 4.41 BDLD 18.12 Brazil 4 FSP Sugarcane Renewable Electricity (SUCRE) UNDP 07/28/2008 7.80 62.80 Russian Federation 1 FSP Transforming the Market for Efficient Lighting UNDP 07/28/2008 7.02 20.50 Russian Federation 2 FSP Market Transformation Programme on Energy Efficiency in GHG-Intensive Industries in Russia EBRD/UNIDO 07/28/2008 15.39 135.75 7 China 6 FSP PRC-GEF Partnership: Sustainable Development in Poor Rural Areas World Bank 07/28/2008 2.59 CC 1.68 LD 143 China 1 FSP Phasing-out Incandescent Lamps Energy Saving Lamps Promotion (PILESLAMP) UNDP 07/28/2008 14.00 70.00 Haiti 6 FSP Sustainable Land Management of the Upper Watersheds of South Western Haiti IADB 7/28/2008 1.72 CC 1.72 LD 18.1 Mauritius 1 MSP Removal of Barriers to Energy Efficiency and Energy Conservation in Buildings UNDP 09/24/2007 0.91 5.24 Pakistan 1 MSP Promotion of Energy Efficient Cooking, Heating and Housing Technologies (PEECH) UNDP 10/15/2007 0.98 1.49 Marshall Islands 3 MSP Action for the Development of Marshall Islands Renewable Energies (ADMIRE) UNDP 11/26/2007 0.98 1.65 Montenegro 3 MSP Power Sector Policy Reform to Promote Small Hydro Development in the Republic of Montenegro UNDP 01/28/2008 0.98 3.47 India 2 MSP Achieving Reduction in GHG Emissions through Advanced EE Technology in Electric Motors UNDP 03/27/2008 0.25 1.11 India 1 MSP Mokshda Green Cremation System for Energy and Environment Conservation UNDP 03/31/2008 0.98 2.34 India 2 MSP Energy Efficiency Improvements in the Indian Brick Industry UNDP 04/03/2008 0.70 2.00 China 5 MSP Promoting Clean Electric Buses for the Beijing Olympics (CEBBO) UNDP 05/02/2008 1.00 12.30 Pakistan 3 MSP Productive Uses of Renewable Energy in Chitral District, Pakistan (PURE-Chitral) UNDP 05/13/2008 0.95 4.70 Yemen 3 MSP Yemen Geothermal Development Project UNEP 06/23/2008 1.00 1.10 Palau 3 MSP Sustainable Economic Development through Renewable Energy Applications (SEDREA) UNDP 07/22/2008 0.98 3.43 8 Kyrgyzstan 1 MSP Improving Energy Efficiency in Buildings UNDP 08/13/2008 0.90 3.23 Total 198.29* 217.47** 1656.03 *Includes only funding from the Climate Change Focal Area; **Includes funding from other focal areas. (...) CC = Climate Change; BD = Biodiversity; LD = Land Degradation; IW = International Waters. 9 Table 2: Project Preparation Grants Approved under the GEF Trust Fund (From September 1, 2007 to August 31, 2008) Amount Country Strategic Program Project Type Project Title Agency Date of Approval (Mil $) China 1 FSP Market Transformation of Energy-Efficient Bricks and Rural Buildings (MTEBRB) UNDP 10/03/2007 0.14 Global 1 FSP Global Market Transformation for Efficient Lighting UNEP/UNDP 11/13/2007 0.20 China 6 FSP PRC-GEF Partnership: Sustainable Development in Poor Rural Areas World Bank 02/04/2008 0.28 Uzbekistan 1 FSP Promoting Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings UNDP 02/22/2008 0.15 Turkey 1 FSP Promote Energy Efficiency in Buildings UNDP 02/22/2008 0.10 Russian Federation 1 FSP Transforming the Market for Efficient Lighting UNDP 03/03/2008 0.14 Ukraine 3 FSP Creating Markets for Renewable Power in Ukraine EBRD 03/05/2008 0.13 Haiti 6 FSP Sustainable Land Management of the Upper Watersheds of South Western Haiti IADB 04/02/2008 0.20 Russian Federation 1 FSP RUS Improving Efficiency in Public Buildings in the Russian Federation - under the Energy Efficiency Umbrella Program EBRD 04/17/2008 0.22 China 1 FSP Phasing-out Incandescent Lamps Energy Saving Lamps Promotion (PILESLAMP) UNDP 05/01/2008 0.25 Iran 5 FSP Facilitating Sustainable Mobility in Tehran UNDP 05/27/2008 0.13 Russian Federation 1 FSP Improving Urban Housing Efficiency in the Russian Federation - under the Energy Efficiency Umbrella Program EBRD 05/29/2008 0.17 Russian Federation 2 FSP Market Transformation Programme on Energy Efficiency in GHG-Intensive Industries in Russia EBRD/UNIDO 06/23/2008 0.23 Iran 6 FSP MENARID Institutional Strengthening and Coherence for Integrated Natural Resources Management UNDP 07/14/2008 0.10 Total 2.44 SP1 = Promoting Energy Efficiency in Residential and Commercial Buildings; SP2 = Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Industrial Sector; SP3 = Promoting Market Approaches for Renewable Energy; SP4 = Promoting Sustainable Energy Production form Biomass; SP5 = Promoting Sustainable Innovative Systems for Urban Transport; SP6 = Management of LULUCF. 10 Table 3: Climate Change Adaptation (SPA) Projects Approved under the GEF Trust Fund (From September 1, 2007 to August 31, 2008) Country/Region Project Type Title Agency Date of Approval GEF Amount (Mil $) Co-financing (Mil $) Albania MSP Identification and Implementation of Adaptation Measures in the Drini-Mati River Deltas UNDP 03/17/2008 1 1 India FSP Sustainable Land and Ecosystem Management (SLEM) Partnership Program Word Bank 06/23/2008 4 SPA 6 BDLD 95.5 Regional (Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Peru, Suriname, Venezuela) FSP Integrated and Sustainable Management of Transboundary Water Resources in the Amazon River Basin UNEP 11/16/2007 2 SPA 5.7 IW 43.8 Regional (Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Palau, Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, Timor Leste, Vanuatu) FSP Coastal and Marine Resources Management in the Coral Triangle of the Pacific ADB 04/24/2008 0.9 SPA 7.4 IWBD 16.4 Regional (Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines) FSP Coastal and Marine Resources Management in the Coral Triangle: Southeast Asia ADB 04/24/2008 0.8 SPA 9.4 IWBD 76 Tajikistan MSP Sustaining Agricultural Biodiversity in the Face of Climate Change UNDP 02/22/2008 1.0 4.8 Uruguay MSP Implementing Pilot Climate Change Adaptation Measures in Coastal Areas of Uruguay UNDP 01/09/2008 1.0 2.9 Yemen FSP Adaptation to CC Using Agro-Biodiversity Resources in the Rain-Fed Highlands of Yemen World Bank 11/01/2007 4.0 4.1 Total 14.7 SPA 43.3 Total 244.5 BD = Biodiversity; LD = Land Degradation; IW = International Waters. 10 11 Table 4: Projects Approved under the Least Developed Countries Fund (From September 1, 2007 to August 31, 2008) Country Project type Project title Agency Date of Approval LDCF Amount (Mil $) Co-financing (Mil $) Angola EA Enabling Activities for the Preparation of a National Adaptation Plan of Action UNEP 10/17/2007 0.2 0 Bangladesh FSP Community-Based Adaptation to CC through Coastal Afforestation UNDP 05/03/2007 3.0 7.1 Bhutan FSP Reduce CC-Induced Risks and Vulnerabilities from Glacial Lake Outbursts in the Punakha-Wangdi and Chamkhar Valleys UNDP 10/04/2007 3.5 4.0 Burkina Faso FSP Strengthening Adaptation Capacities and Reducing the Vulnerability to CC in Burkina Faso UNDP 05/01/2008 2.9 6.3 Cape Verde FSP Building Adaptive Capacity and Resilience to CC in the Water Sector in Cape Verde UNDP 02/12/2008 3.0 13.7 Eritrea FSP Integrating CC Risks into Community-Based Livestock Management in the Northwestern Lowlands of Eritrea UNDP 09/05/2007 3.0 3.5 Malawi FSP Climate Adaptation for Rural Livelihoods and Agriculture (CARLA) AfDB 05/03/2007 3.0 24.5 Myanmar EA Preparation of National Adaptation Programme of Action (NAPA) UNEP 07/01/2008 0.2 0 Nepal EA National Adaptation Programme of Action to Climate Change UNDP 11/01/2007 0.2 0.1 Sudan FSP Implementing NAPA Priority Interventions to Build Resilience in the Agriculture and Water Sectors to the Adverse Impacts of Climate Change in Sudan UNDP 12/19/2007 3.0 3.0 Timor-Leste EA National Adaptation Programme of Action to Climate Change (NAPA) Formulation Project UNDP 10/17/2007 0.2 0 Tuvalu FSP Increasing Resilience of Coastal Areas and Community Settlements to Climate Change UNDP 07/08/2008 3.0 3.1 Total 25.2 65.3 11 12 Table 5: Project Preparation Grants (PPG) Approved under Least Developed Countries Fund (From September 1, 2007 to August 31, 2008) Country Project title Agency Date of Approval GEF/LDCF Amount (Mil $) Burkina Faso Strengthening Adaptation Capacities and Reducing the Vulnerability to CC in Burkina Faso UNDP 05/08/2008 0.10 Cape Verde Building Adaptive Capacity and Resilience to CC in the Water Sector in Cape Verde UNDP 04/09/2008 0.10 Djibouti Implementing NAPA Priority Interventions to Build Resilience in the Most Vulnerable Coastal Zones in Djibouti UNEP 08/08/2008 0.08 Sudan Implementing NAPA Priority Interventions to Build Resilience in the Agriculture and Water Sectors to the Adverse Impacts of Climate Change in Sudan UNDP 12/20/07 0.10 Tuvalu Increasing Resilience of Coastal Areas and Community Settlements to CC UNDP 07/08/2008 0.06 Zambia Adaptation to the Effects of Drought and Climate Change in Agro-Ecological Zone 1 and 2 in Zambia UNDP 08/08/2008 0.10 Total 0.54 Table 6: Climate Change Adaptation Projects Approved from the Special Climate Change Fund (From September 1, 2007 to August 31, 2008) Country/Region Project Title Agency Date of Approval SCCF Amount (Mil $) Co-financing (Mil $) China Mainstreaming Adaptation to Climate Change Into Water Resources Management and Rural Development World Bank 09/05/2007 5.0 50.0 Mexico Adaptation to Climate Change Impacts on the Coastal Wetlands in the Gulf of Mexico through Improved Water Resource Management World Bank 07/28/2008 4.5 21.0 Mongolia Mongolia Livestock Sector Adaptation Project IFAD 07/28/2008 1.8 3.5 Philippines Climate Change Adaptation Project World Bank 07/28/2008 5.0 25.4 Regional (Cook Islands, Fiji, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nauru, Niue, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu Pacific Islands Adaptation to Climate Change Project (PACC) UNDP 04/01/2008 13.1 39.2 Total 29.4 139.1 12 13 Part II Response to Convention Guidance 20.
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счет: 798028.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=FCCC/CP/2008/2/REV.1&Lang=R
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SUPPORT TO THE COUNTER-NARCOTIC MEASURES AND PROGRAMMES OF AFGHANISTAN : DRAFT RESOLUTION / AFGHANISTAN AND UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND
.: Limited 9 March 2007 Russian Original: English V.07-81350 (R) 120307 130307 *0781350* Комиссия по наркотическим средствам Пятидесятая сессия Вена, 12-16 марта 2007 года Пункт 6 предварительной повестки дня∗ Незаконный оборот наркотиков и их предложение Афганистан и Соединенное Королевство Великобритании и Северной Ирландии: проект резолюции Комиссия по наркотическим средствам рекомендует Экономическому и Социальному Совету принять следующий проект резолюции: Поддержка антинаркотических программ и мер, осуществляемых в Афганистане Экономический и Социальный Совет, учитывая, что культивирование опийного мака и незаконный оборот наркотиков создают угрозу безопасности и развитию Афганистана, а также миру на региональном и международном уровнях, с беспокойством отмечая, что согласно докладу Управления Организации Объединенных Наций по наркотикам и преступности, озаглавленному "Afghanistan: Opium Survey 2006", в период 2005-2006 годов масштабы незаконного культивирования опийного мака возросли на 59 процентов, принимая во внимание, что 65 процентов этого расширения приходится на южные провинции Афганистана и что вследствие активизации мятежных сил происходит дальнейшее снижение весьма неустойчивого уровня безопасности в этих провинциях, что служит подтверждением сделанного в докладе Управления Организации Объединенных Наций по наркотикам и преступности под названием "Afghanistan: Opium Winter Rapid Assessment Survey" вывода о том, что в южных провинциях прослеживается четкая взаимосвязь между уровнем безопасности и масштабами культивирования опийного мака, __________________ ∗ E/CN.7/2007/1.
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счет: 796150.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=E/CN.7/2007/L.12&Lang=R
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