General Assembly: Committees

Published 10/10/2011 // 

The Nordic Countries appreciate the hard work that has led to the successful adoption of the revised Model Law. This Statement was delivered by Norwegian Legal Affairs Counsellor Anniken Enersen to the UN General Assembly's Sixth Committee on October 10, 2011.

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Published 10/8/2011 // 

Senior Advisor Ingrid Mollestad of the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs signaled Norway's support for the UN Office for Internal Oversight Services (OIOS) in this statement presented to the Fifth Committee of the UN General Assembly.

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Published 10/7/2011 // 

In this statement delivered to the Sixth Committee by Legal Affairs Counsellor, Ms. Anniken Enersen, Norway calls on States to establish jurisdiction for serious crimes committed by their nationals serving as members of a UN mission.

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Published 10/5/2011 // 

Norway continues to attach great importance to the topic of the rule of law, and within this statement to sub-topics such as combating impunity, strengthening criminal justice, transitional justice and accountability mechanisms and informal justice systems. This Statement was delivered by the Legal Affairs Counsellor, Ms. Anniken Enersen.

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Published 10/5/2011 // 

Norway welcomes the adoption of a review of implementation mechanism for the UN Convention against Corruption to assist countries in the implementation of the convention. This Statement was delivered by Minister Counsellor and Police Adviser, Mr. Odd Berner Malme.

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Published 10/5/2011 // 

The First Committee is focusing on disarmament and international security issues. Norway believe it is high time to give the Conference of Disarmament a definite deadline and indicate a clear alternative to another year of inaction. This Statement was delivered by the Director General at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ms. Mona Juul.

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Published 10/3/2011 // 

The Second Committee focuses on economic and financial issues relating to economic growth and development, international financial systems and poverty eradication. The address to the General Debate of this Committee was given by the Norwegian UN Ambassador Morten Wetland.

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Published 10/3/2011 // 

Fighting terrorism must remain a key priority for the United Nations, and the UN must continue to be at the heart of the international community’s efforts to combat terrorism. This statement was delivered by Counsellor at the Norwegian Mission to the UN, Ms. Anniken Enersen.

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Published 10/3/2011 // 

Including people with disabilities is crucial in order to reach the Millennium Development Goals. In addition, it is smart economics politics. This statement was delivered by Ms. Ann Marit Sæbønes, Special Advisor at the Norwegian Ministry of Children Equality and Social Inclusion.

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Published 10/3/2011 // 

Youth involvment and youth participation. Important issues - still relevant today.Young people have a democratic right to be involved in decision-making as peers. The delegate called all member states to act upon their promises. The Statement was delivered by the Youth Delegate, Ms. Julie Midtgarden Remen, from the The Norwegian Children and Youth Council.

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