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Cuba to present several resolution projects in UN General Assembly
www.chinaview.cn 2004-09-16 09:24:39

      HAVANA, Sept. 15 (Xinhuanet) -- Cuba will introduce several draft resolutions during the recently opened 59th session of the United Nations General Assembly, a Cuban official said here Wednesday.

    Among the texts to be introduced by the Cuban delegation is the one dubbed "The Need to Put an End to the Economic, Commercial and Financial Blockade Imposed by the United States Against Cuba," theofficial told local press on condition of anonymity.

    The Cuban Foreign Ministry will also introduce other draft resolutions concerning human rights and respect for the principles and purpose of the United Nations Charter,the official said.

    Cuba will also introduce draft resolutions concerning the promotion of a democratic international order, the defense of the right of travel and family reunification, and the promotion of multilateralism in disarmament and nuclear non-proliferation.

    World peace and security, sustained development and reforms of the United Nations are among the priorities of the 59th ordinary session of the UN General Assembly, inaugurated Wednesday by its rotating President, Jean Ping, Foreign Minister of Gabon.

    Beginning from Sept. 21, nearly 100 heads of state or government are due to attend the two-week annual general debate. On the eve of the debate, leaders from 55 countries will hold a day-long summit on hunger and poverty. Enditem

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