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GA/9776
20 September 2000

Fifty-fifth General Assembly
Plenary
25th Meeting (PM)

EFFORTS TO ELIMINATE NARCOTIC DRUGS AND COMBAT DRUG-TRAFFICKING

DESCRIBED DURING ASSEMBLY DEBATE


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Assembly Work Programme

The fifty-fifth regular session of the General Assembly met this afternoon to continue its regular debate.

Statements were expected to be made by representatives of Liberia, Central African Republic, Cameroon, Bolivia, Myanmar, Andorra, Haiti, Nauru, Vanuatu, and the Gambia.

Statements

U WIN AUNG, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Myanmar, said that ... Peace in the Middle East remained elusive. Myanmar would like to see an enduring peace that would guarantee the inalienable rights of the Palestinian people and the right of Israel to exist within secure and recognized borders. ...

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