Resolution PC- MEX, ARG, BEL

Reminding that each country has a distinctive culture and tradition,

Resolving to remain actively seized to this matter,

  1. Decides to establish a monitoring system under the authority of the United Nations Secretary General, and with the consent of the countries relevant for particular conflict, in order to help and facilitate preventive action;
  2. Calls for mutual tolerance and emphasizes that armed conflicts should be the last resort in the name of safety of the citizens;
  3. Expresses the commitment to take early and effective action in order to prevent bordering conflicts and to engage all appropriate means at its disposal;
  4. Suggests using mass media, for transparency in order to eliminate prejudice and hatred against other nationalities, as hate speech is not needed to solve problems between bordering countries;
  5. Reaffirms the primary responsibility of every government to protect the population in their country and reiterating that parties in armed conflicts bear the primary responsibility to take all feasible steps to ensure the protection of civilians, and recalling in this regard its demand that all parties towards armed conflicts comply fully with the obligations applicable all of the involved under international law related to the protection of civilians in armed conflicts, including journalists, media professionals and associated personel;
  6. Recommends to finance a form of education which is more respectful towards other countries, cultures and beliefs. The funding may be obtained by endorsing the trainings of operators of unmanned aerial vehicles to monitor conflicts between bordering countries and progressively cut down spending on the UN peacekeepers;
  7. Highly condemns all economically based territorial claims, since they are a threat to international peace;
  8. Calls upon all member states to strengthen their efforts aiming to secure a world free of war and conflicts by extending cooperations and capacity buildings with regional, sub- regional organizations and other arrangements that will help prevent bordering conflicts;
  9. Further invites organisations as UNICEF, Red Cross, UNESCO to help bordering areas of armed conflicts by:
    1. Providing medical support to the injured from the involved parties
    2. Taking care of children that lost their family due to the conflict;
  10. Urges all involved parties to take all appropriate steps to ensure the safety and security of the UN and associated personnel, those of its specialized agencies and all other personnel engaged in humanitarian relief activities as required by international humanitarian law, without prejudice to their freedom of movement and access, and stresses the need not to impede or hinder these efforts and recalls that attacks on humanitarian workers may amount to war crimes;
  11. Acknowledges that restrictions imposed under relevant terms of the charter of the UN are necessary to support peaceful resolution of conflicts threatening international peace and security;
  12. Recommends open dialogue between the government of the countries involved in the conflict, as well as the representatives of the local citizens, and the so called liberation armies if such are present at the conflict.

 

Main Submitters: Argentina, Belarus, Mexico

 

Submitters: Austria, Barbados, Bahamas, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Colombia, Croatia, Cuba, Czech Republik, Denmark, Ecuador, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Iran, Iraq, Ireland, Japan, Latvia, Luxembourg, Nepal, Netherlands, Norway, Pakistan, Portugal, Republic of South Africa, Sudan, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United States of America, Uruguay

 

 

 

 


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