Interparliamentary Union Conference, Caracas, Venezuela; Report
United States. Delegation to the Spring Meeting of the Interparliamentary Union, 1971, Caracas, Venezuela
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1971 - 44 lappuses
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59th Inter-Parliamentary Conference accepted achieve action activities adopted Africa agenda agreement American Annex apartheid areas arms assistance broadcasting Calls Caracas colonial Committee communications concern considered continue contribute cooperation Council Cultural dangerous dealing Decade delegation DERWINSKI developing countries direct disarmament Disaster draft resolution drugs East economic effective efforts environment environmental establish Europe European exchange force foreign further Government growth held hope human human environment illegal important increasing independence interest Interparliamentary Union investment Latin America measures meetings ment narcotics National Groups natural Noting nuclear operative opium opium poppies organizations paragraph Parliamentary Parliaments participation particularly peace political population possible present President principles problems production programs progress promote proposed Questions relations Representative respective satellite Scientific Second Senator session South space step supply tion trade traffic Treaty Union United Nations urban Venezuela Weapons
20. lappuse - Collaborate in the work of advancing the mutual knowledge and understanding of peoples through all means of mass communication and to that end recommend such international agreements as may be necessary to promote the free flow of ideas by word and image.
14. lappuse - Weapons (1968); the Treaty on the Prohibition of the Emplacement of Nuclear Weapons and other Weapons of Mass Destruction on the Sea-bed and Ocean Floor...
20. lappuse - Believes that communication by satellite offers great benefits to mankind, as it will permit the expansion of radio, telephone and television transmissions, including the broadcast of United Nations activities, thus facilitating contact among the peoples of the world ; "3.
29. lappuse - States to cease forthwith the sale and shipment to South Africa of arms, ammunition of all types, military vehicles, and equipment and materials for the manufacture and maintenance of arms and ammunition in South Africa ; 13.
14. lappuse - February 1971 the Treaty on the Prohibition of the Emplacement of Nuclear Weapons and Other Weapons of Mass Destruction on the Seabed and Ocean Floor...
5. lappuse - Zealand has taken a close interest in the preparations being made for the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment, to be held in Stockholm in June 1972.
17. lappuse - Each economically advanced country should endeavour to provide by 1972 annually to developing countries financial resource transfers of a minimum net amount of 1 per cent of its gross national product at market prices in terms of actual disbursements, having regard to the special position of those countries which are net importers of capital.
20. lappuse - Believing that communication by means of satellites should be available to the nations of the world as soon as practicable on a global and non-discriminatory basis, Convinced of the need to prepare the way for the establishment of effective operational satellite communication, 1.
29. lappuse - Bearing in mind that the continuation of colonialism and its manifestations, including racism, apartheid and activities of foreign economic and other interests which exploit colonial peoples, and the attempts of some colonial Powers to suppress national liberation movements by repressive activities against colonial peoples are incompatible with the Charter of the United Nations, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and...