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On behalf of the Secretary-General of WMO, Mr Michel Jarraud, and the Executive Secretary IOC, Dr Patricio Bernal, the Secretariat representative also indicated his special gratitude to Commodore Rabiolo and to Captain Benmuyal, as well as their staff, for the excellent arrangements made to ensure the success of the session.
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Scanlon, the Secretary-General of CITES, stated that “the efforts made in China to bring criminals involved in illegal ivory trade to justice are very encouraging.
The resolution into question "the unacceptability of violence and their escalation that led to the deaths of more than 100 000 people, including more than 10 000 children, as reported by the Secretary-General and United Nations Secretary General's Special representative for Children and Armed Conflict.15"In addition, there are allegations of human rights violations brought by non- governmental parties to the conflict.
Sweden furnished copies of its laws to the Secretary-General of the United Nations as prescribed above.