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Uniting For Peace Resolution

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The pragmatic and practice-oriented approach to training has proved to be the right path for the Institute. UNITAR has increased the number of its training programmes continuously and has successfully established strong institutional cooperation. In the roughly six months' absence of the USSR since January 1950, the Security Council was able to act quickly and decisively with regard to the Korean War. In the &t;Uniting for Peace Resolution&t; the General Assembly reaffirms the purpose of the UN stated by the Charter of the UN &t;to maintain international peace and security&t; and the primary responsibility of the Security Council in this area. It emphasizes and contains an explicit criticism of the practice of the Security Council with regard to this task &t;the duty of the permanent members to seek unanimity and to exercise restraint in the use of the veto&t;.

Keywords: Security Council; UNITAR; Uniting for Peace Resolution



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