Interparliamentary Union Conference: report of the United States Delegation to the 69th Conference of the Interparliamentary Union held in Rome, Italy, September 12 to 23, 1982

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Page 33 - ... b) The exploration of the seabed and of the ocean floor . . . shall be undertaken in a manner consistent with the Principles and Purposes of the Charter of the United Nations...
Page 22 - ETHIOPIA FIJI FINLAND FRANCE GABON GAMBIA GERMAN DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC GERMANY, FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GHANA GREECE...
Page 33 - Reaffirming the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations and the obligation of all States to refrain in their international relations from the threat or use of force against the sovereignty, territorial integrity and political independence of any State, Reaffirming...
Page 1 - Union, as stated in its statutes, "is to promote personal contacts between members of all parliaments, constituted into national groups, and to unite them in common action to secure and maintain the full participation of their respective States In the firm establishment and development of democratic Institutions and in the advancement of the work of international peace and cooperation, particularly by means of a universal organization of nations.
Page 26 - We reaffirm our commitment to the principles and purposes of the Charter...
Page 11 - Calls for the immediate, unconditional and total withdrawal of the foreign troops from Afghanistan in order to enable its people to determine their own form of government...
Page 51 - Assembly resolution 3331 (XXXIII), which reaffirms the inalienable right of the people of Western Sahara to selfdetermination and independence. 97. The Conference viewed with satisfaction the recommendations of the OAU Ad Hoc Committee on Western Sahara, adopted by the Sixteenth OAU Conference of Heads of- State or Government, held in Monrovia (July 1979). Bearing in mind that these recommendations have not led to the exercise by the people...
Page 1 - Union is to promote personal contacts between members of all Parliaments, constituted into National Groups, and to unite them in common action to secure and maintain the full participation of their respective States in the firm establishment and development of representative institutions and in the advancement of the work of international peace and co-operation, particularly by supporting the objectives of the United Nations.
Page 44 - Convention on the Prohibition of Military or any other Hostile Use of Environmental Modification Techniques which entered into force on 5 October 1978 (1108 UNTS, p.
Page 46 - ... them; -to encourage, where possible and appropriate, national and international efforts by their interested organizations, enterprises and firms in the development, production and improvement of equipment designed for monitoring, protecting and enhancing the environment.

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