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Statements 3th Committee - Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Affairs - Year 2005

Statement by Ambassador Orlando Requeijo, Permanent Representative of Cuba to the United Nations. Third Committee. Item 71 c): Human Rights Situations and Reports of Special Rapporteurs and Representatives. New York, 2 November 2005.


Statement by Ambassador Ileana Núñez Mordoche, Deputy Permanent Representative of Cuba to the United Nations. Third Committee. Agenda Items 71 A) and 71 B): Implementation of Human Rights Instruments; Human Rights Questions, Including Alternative Approaches for Improving the Effective Enjoyment of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms.New York,24 October 2005.


Statement by Mrs. Vilma Thomas, delegate of Cuba to the Third Committee, on Agenda Item 69: Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Children. New York, October 17, 2005.


Statement by Mrs. Vilma Thomas, delegate of Cuba to the Third Committee under agenda items 64 and 65. Advancement of Women, Implementation of the Outcome of the Fourth World Conference on Women and the Twenty-third special session of the General Assembly entitled "Women 2000: Gender Equality, Development and Peace for the Twenty-first Century". New York, 12 October 2005.


Statement by the Cuban delegation representative Mr. Luis Alberto Amorós Núñez on Agenda Items 107: "Crime Prevention" and 108: "International Drug Control". Third Committee, 7 October 2005.


Statement by the delegate of the Republic of Cuba to the Third Committee, Mr. Jorge Cumberbatch Miguen, under Agenda Items 61, 62, 63: Implementation of the Outcome of the World Summit for Social Development and of the Twenty-fourth Special Session of the General Assembly; Social Development, including questions relating to the world social situation and to youth, ageing, disabled persons and the family; follow up to the International Year of Elderly Persons: Second World Assembly on Ageing. New York 3 October 2005.

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