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‘We Have No Right to Remain Indifferent’ in Face of Precarious Situations, General Assembly President Says upon Conclusion of Sixty-fifth Session | Meetings Coverage and Press Releases Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Meetings Coverage and Press Releases Search the United Nations Search Advanced Search Toggle navigation Home Secretary-General Latest Press Releases Press Conferences General Assembly Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases Security Council Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases Press Conferences Economic and Social Council Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases International Court of Justice United Nations Print Meetings Coverage GA/11131 12 September 2011 General Assembly Plenary ‘We Have No Right to Remain Indifferent’ in Face of Precarious Situations, General Assembly President Says upon Conclusion of Sixty-fifth Session 12 September 2011 General Assembly GA/11131 Department of Public Information • News and Media Division • New York Sixty-fifth General Assembly Plenary 118th Meeting (AM)  ‘We Have No Right to Remain Indifferent’ in Face of Precarious Situations, General Assembly President Says upon Conclusion of Sixty-fifth Session   Secretary-General Commends President’s ‘Superb Stewardship’ of World Body, As It Takes Action on Several Outstanding Matters Ahead of Sixty-sixth Session While commending Member States for making headway on the major themes on the agenda of the General Assembly’s sixty-fifth session dealing with poverty reduction, global governance, a green economy and sustainable development, Joseph Deiss, the world body’s outgoing President today warned “our commitment in the name of the values of the United Nations has sometimes been too weak or too late”. (...) In his remarks, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon praised Mr. Deiss for his superb stewardship of the Assembly during an especially difficult year and for helping to show the role the Assembly could play in meeting the major challenges of our time. 
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LETTER DATED 85/10/14 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF DEMOCRATIC KAMPUCHEA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
WOOD CUTTING FOR VIETNAM In 1982, people were rounded up to fell trees in the park surrounding AIlqkOi-. Superb “Chhoeuteal”, which provide top quality timber dnd which had been planted by the French about d century ago, were felled, cut up and loaded on boats departing for Vietnam. (...) The civil servants, who had been sent to Phnom Khla Kon (2km west of Sisophon) to administer the nearby working sites, heard every night the firing of 1221nn rockets, 82mtn shells, BJO on their emcampments.
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LETTER DATED 64/10/28 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED ARAB REPUBLIC TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The I-Ieads of State or Government solemnly affirm their absolute respect for the right of ethnic or religious minorities to protection in particular against the crimes of genocide or any other violation of a fundamntal human night? ~AJYCTIOMS AGAINST THE REPUBIIC OF SOUTPB AFRICA --- . ..- - __.,- - .--.- _-- ,-.-..- --.-"-- ---- (...) The Conference is convinced that the convening of a world disarmament conference under the auspices of the Elited Nations to which all countries would be invited, aould provide powerful support to -the efforts which are being made to set in motion the process of disarmament and for securing the further and steady development of this process. ., :, Page 24 'T\he Conf'erence therefore urges the pmticipating countries t0 take, at,.thi: forthcoming General Assetily of the United %ztions, all -the necessary steps for the holding of such a conference and of any other qecial conference for the conclusion of special agreements on certain ineamres of d.isarm3mentI The Conference urges all nations to join in the cooperative development of the peaceful use of atomic e~rgy for the benefit 0% all mankind; ,and in particular, to study the development of atomic powes and other t:+-,hnical aspects in which interrational cooperation night be nest effectively accomplished through the free flow of such scientific information, VIII MILITARY PACTS, PORETGti TROO-PS BASES The Conference reiterates its conviction that the existence of military blocs; Grea.t Power alliances and pacts arising therefrom,has xcentuated the cold war and heightened international tensions, The Non-Aligned Countries are therefore opposed to taking pss-t in such pacts and alliances.
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STATEMENT BY MR. JAMSHEED MARKER, LEADER OF PAKISTAN DELEGATION TO THE COMMITTEE DISARMAMENT - 14.8.1979
Finally, Hr, Chairman, I vrould like to express the sincere thanlcs of my delegation to yourself a,nd your distinguished predecessors for the very skilful manner in T/hich you have guided the deliberations of our Cormaittee, s.nd to the distinguished Secretary and the Secretariat of the Committee, as vrell a.s our superb interpreters for the able manner in v/hich they have carried out their demanding task.
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REPORT OF THE 54TH SESSION : ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE, COMMITTEE FOR TRADE, INDUSTRY AND ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT, WORKING PARTY ON STANDARDIZATION OF PERISHABLE PRODUCE AND QUALITY DEVELOPMENT : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Official Control Mark (optional) Published 1961 Revised 1996 Last revised 1998 The UN/ECE Standard for Plums has led to an explanatory brochure published by the OECD Scheme TRADE/WP.7/1998/9/Add.7 page 7 FFV-29: Plums ANNEX (non-exhaustive) List of large-fruited varieties Andys Pride Kelsey Sangue di Drago Ariel Kirke's Plum (Kirke) Santa Rosa Apple Laroda Satsuma improved Beauty Late Santa Rosa Seneca Belle de Louvain (Bella di Magna Glauca Simka Loivanio) Manns Number One Songold Bernardina Marjorie's Seedling Stanley Bleu de Belgique Mariposa Starking Delicious Blue Free Merton Gage (Merton) Sultan Burmosa Merton Gem Swan Gage California Blue (Blu) Monarch Tragedy Calita Morettini 355 (Coeur de Lion) Utility (Laxton's utility) Coe's Golden Drop Nubiana Valor De Fraile (Fraila) Nueva Extremadura Victoria Denniston Superb Oneida Vision Early Orléans (Monsieur Hâtif) Ontario Washington Edwards (Colbus) Ozark Premier Wickson Eldorado Pond's Seedling Yakima Emma Leppermann President Zimmers Frühzwetsche Empress Prince Engelbert Ersinger Frühzwetsche Prince of Wales (Prince de Galles) Formosa Prof.
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DISARMAMENT COMMISSION, 240TH MEETING, FRIDAY, 1 DECEMBER 2000, NEW YORK
We hope that the Chairmen of the Working Groups will continue their superb efforts towards consensus-building. To be successful in discharging our duties, the members of the Bureau will count on the support and cooperation of members of the Commission, including the Secretariat.
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WRITTEN STATEMENT SUBMITTED BY ASSOCIATION THENDRAL, A NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION IN SPECIAL CONSULTATIVE STATUS
Mr Pararajasingham, aged 71, a senior Parliamentarian who had massive popular support and was dearly loved by many, was a superb communicator, dedicated to the cause of peace and justice, fearless in pursuit of these noble goals, despite facing many threats.
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Your Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen, I am confident that the two round tables of our debate today, because of the choice of themes and the superb quality of the speakers, will enable you to find practical means of reinforcing the contribution of migration to economic development.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON EXTRAJUDICIAL, SUMMARY OR ARBITRARY EXECUTIONS, PHILIP ALSTON : ADDENDUM
The other method is to land on a roof in a helicopter and then climb down into the house on ladders. Night raids are always dangerous for civilians. (...) Taliban assassinations and “night letters” 27. The Taliban routinely resorts to assassinations to coerce and punish civilians. (...) He was later killed by suspected Taliban. In Kunar, a night letter was been posted in the village’s mosque threatening three people.
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.  There is no shortage of willing partners who have worthy approaches and goals when it comes to NTDs. 5  Many of them have superb records of achievement, and are more than willing to involve the corporate community.  I advise a sharp focus for companies just getting started in alliances…and taking a look at best practices from other companies.  One best practice we adopted at Pfizer came from none other than the American Peace Corps.  Six years ago, Pfizer launched our Global Health Fellows program.  We began sending medically trained professionals out to work alongside those of NGO partners fighting infectious diseases in Africa.  We started modestly and we had to overcome the mistrust of some who believed that this was just “public relations.”  We also learned a great deal—notably—that these partners wanted more than just doctors and nurses.  What many of them more desperately needed were financial experts, supply chain managers, communications professionals, and other specialties.  Today, Pfizer’s Global Health Fellows is one of the longest-standing partnership programs of its type. 6  It’s expanded throughout Africa, to Asia, Latin America, and even Europe and the United States—and it’s an important “best practice” to consider for companies wanting to ramp up their involvement in the fight against NTDs.  In summary, the roles that corporations can play in this fight are limited only by our respective imaginations…and by our willingness to put partnerships ahead of company interests.  That’s a hard road, but public-private partnerships are the only road that will take us to where we want to go— taming the diseases that are all too often out of sight and out of mind.  Thank you.
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