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UNITED
NATIONS
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        General Assembly
A/55/PV.17
15 September 2000

Official Records
General Assembly
Fifty-fifth session
15th plenary meeting
Friday, 15 September 2000, 3 p.m.
New York


President: Mr. Holkeri............................(Finland)

The meeting was called to order at 3 p.m.

Agenda item 9 (continued)

General debate

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Mr. Latypov (Belarus): ...

The time-span between the two most recent sessions of the General Assembly has been marked by the United Nations active involvement in the peaceful settlement of disputes, post-conflict peace-building and rehabilitation. We observe with satisfaction the actions taken by the Security Council, more resolutely and consistently than in the past, with respect to such complex situations as conflicts in Sierra Leone, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia and Eritrea, Angola and East Timor. My country has been following with hope the developments in the. We believe that the withdrawal of Israeli troops from Southern Lebanon and the Palestinian-Israeli peace talks will favour the resolution of the crisis in the region.

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Mr. Bartoszewski (Poland) ...

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Bolstered by our accomplishments in the past decade, having reclaimed our place on the international stage, we are eager to participate together with other nations in this generally perceptible shift towards values. A yearning for a world imbued with moral values is visible in all civilizations and religions. This is especially evident in the waning of the unlawful use of force in international life. The recent outbreaks seen here and there are an echo of divisions and conflicts that are fading along with the twentieth century. This positive tendency can be observed in Europe, in the Middle East, in North-East Asia and in other parts of the world. Contributing to it is a growing respect for human rights and appreciation of the economic and social factors involved in their full achievement.

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The meeting rose at 6.30 p.m.



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