Report of the Tenth Ministerial Conference of the Non-Aligned Countries, Accra, Ghana, 7 September 1991
Centre for Southern African Studies, University of the Western Cape, 1991 - Developing countries - 51 pages
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Opening Address by Fit Lt J J Rawlings
Report of the Tenth Ministerial Conference
30th anniversary Accra achieve adopted agenda Ahmed Sukarno Angola apartheid Arab Assembly Belgrade Chairman Co-ordinating Bureau colonial confrontation continue contribute convene debt decade Decolonisation democracy democratic developing countries dialogue disarmament Distinguished Delegates Economic Co-operation effective efforts ensure environment establish Excellencies Foreign Ministers framework Ghana global peace Group of 77 human rights implementation important independence and sovreignty Indonesia international community international economic international relations international security issues Lebanon liberation movements member countries Middle East Movement calls Movement in 1992 Movement of Non-Aligned Movement welcomes Mozambique Namibia negotiations Nigeria Non-Aligned Countries Non-Aligned Movement North-South nuclear Organisation Palestinian territories participation peace and security political pluralism principles problems Programme of Action promote reaffirming recognised regional conflicts relevant Republic revitalise role Security Council Resolutions settlement situation social solution South Africa South-South co-operation strengthen Summit Meeting super-powers Tenth Summit territorial integrity United Nations Secretary-General urged weapons Western Cape Western Sahara Yugoslavia