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UNITED
NATIONS
S

        Security Council
Distr.
GENERAL
S/2009/212
20 April 2009

Original: English

Letter dated 16 April 2009 from the Permanent Observer of the League of Arab States to the United Nations addressed to the President of the Security Council
(Signed) Yahya Mahmassani
Ambassador


Annex to the letter dated 16 April 2009 from the Permanent Observer of the League of Arab States to the United Nations addressed to the President of the Security Council
[Original: Arabic]
(Signed) Amre Moussa


League of Arab States

/...

Resolutions and communiqués Political issues 2. Document on strengthening Arab reconciliation and solidarity
5. The Palestinian question and developments in the Arab-Israeli conflict The Arab Peace Initiative Resolves
(Summit resolution 454, 21st ordinary session – 30 March 2009)
Developments in the Palestinian question Resolves
(Summit resolution 455, 21st ordinary session – 30 March 2009)

Communiqué on developments in the Arab-Israeli conflict

Doha, 3 Rabi` II A.H. 1430 (30 March A.D. 2009)

Support for the budget of the Palestinian National Authority and steadfastness of the Palestinian people Resolves
(Summit resolution 456, 21st ordinary session – 30 March 2009)
The occupied Syrian Arab Golan Resolves
(Summit resolution 457, 21st ordinary session – 30 March 2009)
Solidarity with and support for Lebanon Resolves
(Summit resolution 458, 21st ordinary session – 30 March 2009)
The Euro-Mediterranean Partnership Resolves
(Summit resolution 476, 21st ordinary session – 30 March 2009)
Upgrading of relations between the European Union and Israel Resolves
(Summit resolution 477, 21st ordinary session – 30 March 2009)


The Doha Declaration Declare as follows: /...


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