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The recommendation is further supported by evidence showing higher rates of dental caries (commonly referred to as tooth decay) when the intake of free sugars is above 10% of total energy intake compared with an intake of free sugars below 10% of total energy intake. (...) Further reduction to less than 5% of total energy intake: a conditional recommendation Given the nature of existing studies, the recommendation of reducing intake of free sugars to below 5% of total energy is presented as “conditional” in the WHO system for issuing evidence-based guidance. (...) This new updated WHO guideline calls for further reduction of free sugars intake to less than 5% of total energy intake if possible.
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Score: 990996.4 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...take-among-adults-and-children
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Such assistance shall be rendered free of charge in cases stipulated by law. The content of the right to free legal aid, the procedure for exercising this right, the grounds and procedure for providing free legal aid, state guarantees for the provision of free legal aid are defined by the Law of Ukraine “On Free Legal Aid” (hereinafter – the Law). (...) The table below provides data on the inquiries for free legal aid received from elderly persons in 2021. Number of registered inquiries of elderly people (60 years and older) by areas of law for the period from January 1 up to November 30, 2021 Category of questions by field of law Number of registered client applications for free primary legal aid Number of issued orders for free secondary legal aid Total number of registered customer inquiries Women Men Total Women Men Total Women Men Total Administrative Law 7563 5854 13417 1789 2644 4433 9352 8498 17850 Administrative offense 852 1042 1894 167 305 472 1019 1347 2366 Execution of court decisions 5978 3602 9580 249 127 376 6227 3729 9956 Housing law 17072 7830 24902 1672 664 2336 18744 8494 27238 Land law 9659 5702 15361 385 246 631 10044 5948 15992 Other questions 7045 4325 11370 144 55 199 7189 4380 11569 Criminal Law 820 551 1371 47 40 87 867 591 1458 Criminal proceedings 2613 1795 4408 553 446 999 3166 2241 5407 Pension law 10203 7944 18147 253 425 678 10456 8369 18825 Tax law 887 555 1442 8 15 23 895 570 1465 Family law 5575 2408 7983 824 431 1255 6399 2839 9238 Social welfare 6738 4659 11397 145 708 853 6883 5367 12250 Inheritance law 15132 6097 21229 734 324 1058 15866 6421 22287 Labor Law 2197 1608 3805 119 173 292 2316 1781 4097 Civil law 17069 8519 25588 1672 991 2663 18741 9510 28251 Civil proceedings 9779 5811 15590 3069 1506 4575 12848 7317 20165 Total 119182 68302 187484 11830 9100 20930 131012 77402 208414 ________________________________
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Score: 989879.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...iles/2021-12/UKRAINE_HROP.docx
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United Nations Platform for Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones | Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations United Nations Platform for Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones Search form A-Z Site Index Search Toggle navigation Home Overview of Treaties Treaty of Tlatelolco Treaty of Rarotonga Treaty of Bangkok Treaty of Pelindaba Treaty on a Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone in Central Asia Mongolia's Nuclear-Weapon-Free Status Protocols to Treaties Cooperation Activities Documents and Resources News and Events About The establishment of Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones (NWFZs) is a regional approach to strengthen global nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament norms and consolidate international efforts towards peace and security. (...) General Assembly resolution 3472 (XXX) B (1975) defines a Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone as “…any zone recognized as such by the General Assembly of the United Nations, which any group of States, in the free exercises of their sovereignty, has established by virtue of a treaty or convention whereby: (a) The statute of total absence of nuclear weapons to which the zone shall be subject, including the procedure for the delimitation of the zone, is defined; (b) An international system of verification and control is established to guarantee compliance with the obligations deriving from that statute”.   In Securing our Common Future: An Agenda for Disarmament , the Secretary-General recognizes the importance of nuclear-weapon-free zones in assisting the international community in preparing for a world free of nuclear weapons.
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Score: 986093.3 - https://www.un.org/nwfz/content/homepage
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United Nations Platform for Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones | Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations United Nations Platform for Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones Search form A-Z Site Index Search Toggle navigation Home Overview of Treaties Treaty of Tlatelolco Treaty of Rarotonga Treaty of Bangkok Treaty of Pelindaba Treaty on a Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone in Central Asia Mongolia's Nuclear-Weapon-Free Status Protocols to Treaties Cooperation Activities Documents and Resources News and Events About The establishment of Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones (NWFZs) is a regional approach to strengthen global nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament norms and consolidate international efforts towards peace and security. (...) General Assembly resolution 3472 (XXX) B (1975) defines a Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone as “…any zone recognized as such by the General Assembly of the United Nations, which any group of States, in the free exercises of their sovereignty, has established by virtue of a treaty or convention whereby: (a) The statute of total absence of nuclear weapons to which the zone shall be subject, including the procedure for the delimitation of the zone, is defined; (b) An international system of verification and control is established to guarantee compliance with the obligations deriving from that statute”.   In Securing our Common Future: An Agenda for Disarmament , the Secretary-General recognizes the importance of nuclear-weapon-free zones in assisting the international community in preparing for a world free of nuclear weapons.
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Score: 986093.3 - https://www.un.org/nwfz/
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International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons - 2021 | United Nations Platform for Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations United Nations Platform for Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones Search form A-Z Site Index Search Toggle navigation Home Overview of Treaties Treaty of Tlatelolco Treaty of Rarotonga Treaty of Bangkok Treaty of Pelindaba Treaty on a Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone in Central Asia Mongolia's Nuclear-Weapon-Free Status Protocols to Treaties Cooperation Activities Documents and Resources News and Events About Home International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons - 2021 International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons - 2021 The General Assembly commemorates 26 September as the International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons.
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Score: 978326.7 - https://www.un.org/nwfz/node/695
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International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons - 2021 | United Nations Platform for Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations United Nations Platform for Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones Search form A-Z Site Index Search Toggle navigation Home Overview of Treaties Treaty of Tlatelolco Treaty of Rarotonga Treaty of Bangkok Treaty of Pelindaba Treaty on a Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone in Central Asia Mongolia's Nuclear-Weapon-Free Status Protocols to Treaties Cooperation Activities Documents and Resources News and Events About Home International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons - 2021 International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons - 2021 The General Assembly commemorates 26 September as the International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons.
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Score: 978326.7 - https://www.un.org/nwfz/news/idtenw-2020
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PowerPoint Presentation Presented by: Prosper Zo’o Minto’o, ICAO Deputy Regional Director, WACAF Regional Office Sixth Meeting of the Africa - Indian Ocean Directors General of Civil Aviation of (AFI-DGCA/6) African Flight Procedure Programme (AFPP) (Agenda item: 4.3) Brazzaville, Congo. 2 - 4 November, 2016 States obligations related to PBN implementation • ICAO Assembly Resolution A37-11 (Performance-based navigation global goals), October 2010 – implementation of PBN flight procedures • APIRG/20 Meeting: Key Performance Indicators and Targets adopted for Air Navigation Services (ANS) – PBN plans (2016) – Elements of PBN (2018) – CCO and CDO operations (2018) African Flight Procedure Programme • State Letter 2016/39 (11 April 2016), applicable on 10 November 2016 – Amendment to Annex 11 concerning procedure design and oversight SARPS – Definition of an Instrument Flight Procedure Design Service – Design: internal capabilities or joint service by contracting State or external agency – State shall approve and remain responsible for all IFPs for their aerodromes and airspace – Quality management system for implementation (Doc 9906) – Provide IFP maintenance and review – Soon by ICAO: Manual on the development of a regulatory framework for IFP design service African Flight Procedure Programme ESAF Region, 24 States (60 airports, 64 runways) Status of PBN Implementation African Flight Procedure Programme Total % Plan PBN Total % PBN STAR Total % CDO Total % PBN APCH (2 ends) Total % PBN APCH (1 end) Total % PBN SID Total % CCO 63% 34% 5% 45% 75% 31% 3% WACAF Region, 24 States (72 airports, 73 runways) Total % Plan PBN Total % PBN STAR Total % CDO Total % PBN APCH (2 ends) Total % PBN APCH (1 end) Total % PBN SID Total % CCO 58% 42% 2% 51% 73% 24% 1% African Flight Procedure Programme The African Flight Procedure Programme • A regional, sustainable solution – Centre of Excellence – Phase 1, 2014/2017, hosted by ASECNA – Supported by ESAF and WACAF Offices, ICAO HQ – Supported by DGAC France and AIRBUS – Supported by AFCAC – Seconded experts by African States – Funded by African States • 26 Active Participating States (APS) • 4 User States (US) 30 AFPP Member States African Flight Procedure Programme • Activities based on “Programme Document” • Team composed of seconded experts • France • ASECNA • Tanzania • Finances • Annual contribution by APS • Incomes produced by design activities • Activity costs for Members Training Assistance Workshop Support APS Free Free Free Charged US Charged Charged Free Charged States concerned by PANS OPS training, assistance and support (2014/2016) African Flight Procedure Programme Activities 2014/2016 … to be continued in 2017 • 175 participants • PANS OPS Flight Procedures designers training + OJT • PBN Operations Approval training sessions • Quality Assurance for IFP implementation workshop • PBN Airspace Design workshop • PBN for ATC/ATM workshop • Data Origination for IFPD workshop • PANS OPS design for regulatory authorities workshop • National PBN Implementation Plan assistance • IFP Validation / Approval assistance • Flight Procedures designed • 35 conventional, 47 PBN, 16 airports Expertise • AFPP ICAO HQ • ASECNA ENAC (France) • Kenya CAA and EASA AIRBUS ICAO Assembly Resolution A38-7 (Comprehensive Regional Implementation Plan for Aviation Safety in Africa), October 2013. • Expert secondment – Additional experts to increase AFPP internal capabilities to conduct activities • Annual contribution, 10,000 USD approved by AFPP SC – APS to pay contribution to cover costs for activities provision • Only 14 States out of 23, paid 2015 contribution • Only 8 States out of 26, paid 2016 contribution • AFPP Phase 2 Task Force meeting to define future after May 2017 • 3rd AFPP Steering Committee meeting, 23-24 November 2016, Livingstone, Zambia Challenges for future activities African Flight Procedure Programme
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Score: 969448.2 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...item%204%203%20%20%20(003).pdf
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Quantification of the following parameters, particularly after high and low temperature stability tests, serves this purpose. · Active ingredient, determined and expressed as “total”, “free” and “release rate”, as required. · Pourability. · Dispersion stability and wet sieve ‡ tests (to ensure the sprayability of the diluted ZW). (...) An increase in free …[ISO common name] content (7.43.2.2.2) shall be permitted, to a maximum of ..% of the total content determined under 7.43.2.2.1. 7.43.5.2 Stability at elevated temperature (MT 46.3) After storage at 54 ± 2ºC for 14 days (Note 12), the determined average total content of each active ingredient must not be lower than …%, relative to the determined average content found before storage (Note 13), and the formulation shall continue to comply with the clauses for: - by-products of manufacture or storage (7.43.3.1), - acidity/alkalinity/pH range (7.43.4.1), - pourability (7.43.4.3), - dispersion stability (7.43.4.4), - wet sieve test (7.43.4.5), as required. An increase in free …[ISO common name] content (7.43.2.2.2) shall be permitted, to a maximum of ..% of the total content determined under 7.43.2.2.1.
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Score: 968364 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...des/Specs/JMPS_Manual/7.43.doc
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idtenw; nuclear weapons; nuclear; disarmament; general assembly | United Nations Platform for Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations United Nations Platform for Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones Search form A-Z Site Index Search Toggle navigation Home Overview of Treaties Treaty of Tlatelolco Treaty of Rarotonga Treaty of Bangkok Treaty of Pelindaba Treaty on a Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone in Central Asia Mongolia's Nuclear-Weapon-Free Status Protocols to Treaties Cooperation Activities Documents and Resources News and Events About Home idtenw; nuclear weapons; nuclear; disarmament; general assembly idtenw; nuclear weapons; nuclear; disarmament; general assembly International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons - 2021 Language Undefined The General Assembly commemorates 26 September as the International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons. (...) Detailed information available at: https://www.un.org/en/observances/nuclear-weapons-elimination-day Read more about International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons - 2021 Donate facebook twitter youtube flickr instagram Footer A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 960384.7 - https://www.un.org/nwfz/taxonomy/term/14
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Minimum requirements In all classes, subject to the special provisions for each class and the tolerances allowed, the carrots must be: • intact • sound; produce affected by rotting or deterioration such as to make it unfit for consumption is excluded • clean, that is to say: • practically free of any visible foreign matter, if they are washed • practically free of excess dirt and impurities if they are not washed • practically free from pests • practically free from damage caused by pests • firm • not forked • free of secondary roots • not woody • not running to seed • free of abnormal external moisture • free of any foreign smell and/or taste. (...) The roots must be: • smooth • fresh in appearance • regular in shape • free of fissures • free of bruises and cracks • free of damage due to frost • free of green or violet/purple tops. They must be free from defects with the exception of very slight superficial defects, provided these do not affect the general appearance of the produce, the quality, the keeping quality and presentation in the package.
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Score: 957821.5 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...021-09/WP7_2021_15ECarrots.pdf
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