Norwegian statement in the thematic debate on conventional weapons in the First Committee, 13 October 2005:
Statement delivered by Norway's Ambassador for Children, H.E. Ragne Birte Lund, in the Third Committee:
Norway's statement in the Second Committee on 13 October 2005, delivered by H.E. Mona Juul, Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations:
First Committee statement by ambassador Johan L. Løvald in the thematic debate on nuclear weapons:
Norway's statement in the general debate of the First Committee, delivered by H.E. Johan Løvald, Permanent Representative to the United Nations on 3 October 2005:
-The Tribunals have increased their efficiensy significantly, and both Tribunals are on schedule. Never before has the judicial output been so high, says Mari Skaare in the fifth committee.
-Too many children and young adults have known no other home than a refugee camp. This sorry state of affairs cries out for action,says ambassador Wegger Chr. Strømmen in the 3rd Committee.
-Norway is deeply concerned about the security threats facing UN staff. The UN needs a unified and significantly strengthened security system, says ambassador Johan L. Løvald in the Fifth Committee.
-The international community must honour its commitments to UNRWA. Norway has made additional contributions to the agency, and urges fellow donors to follow suit, says minister counsellor Hans Jacob Frydenlund.
-The Nordic countries are particularly pleased that the Commission has drafted a provision on diplomatic protection on behalf of stateless persons and refugees, says ambassador Wegger Chr. Strommen in the 6th Committe.
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