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NAM Reaffirms its commitment to fight terrorism PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 02 July 2018 10:12

During the Plenary Session of the General Assembly to consider the agenda item 118, entitled "The United Nations Global Strategy against Terrorism", which took place on Tuesday at the headquarters of the United Nations (UN) , the NAM rejected acts of violence and terrorism that threaten world peace and security.

Ambassador Samuel Moncada on behalf of the NAM stressed the importance of joining forces among the States Parties, to "enforce and implement the provisions established in all international conventions, as well as regional and bilateral instruments related to terrorism."

In this regard, the States Members of the Movement urged all States to comply with and respect the rules and regulations of the international law framework and in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations.

"The international community should consider developing more effective measures to counteract terrorist propaganda, incitement and recruitment, including through the internet, in accordance with applicable international law, international human rights law, international refugee law and the international humanitarian law."he said.

Likewise, the 120 Member States that make up the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) expressed their full solidarity with those countries that have recently suffered terrorist acts, and reiterated the importance of the conclusion of the Comprehensive Convention to Combat International Terrorism, which would complement the existing legal instruments on this matter.

Likewise, in the afternoon, the monthly meeting of the NAM Coordination Bureau was held in which important issues on the agenda were discussed, such as: Reports from the Coordinators of the Working Groups and Caucuses of the Movement of Non-Aligned Countries (NAM) ); the Presentation by the Delegation of Palestine on the latest developments in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, including East Jerusalem and the presentation of the Kanak National Liberation Socialist Front, on the referendum to be held on November 4th in New Caledonia.

Caracas, June 27th, 2018


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