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  • What are the Unrepresented United Nations (UUN)?

    The Unrepresented United Nations (UUN) is an interstate organisation whose fundamental objective is to assist and represent the nations and peoples that are unrepresented or badly represented so that they can express their positions in the appropriate forums and obtain their recognition, keep the peace and international security and guarantee self-determination of the peoples.
    With this purpose the Unrepresented United Nations (UUN) developed efficient collective policies for preventing and eliminating threats to the peace, and to suppress acts of aggression or other violations of the peace; in the interest of achieving the adjustment or settlement of controversies or international situations that are capable of leading to violations of the peace and the self-determination of the peoples, through peaceful means and in accordance with the principles of justice and international law.
    In order to reach this objective the Unrepresented United Nations (UUN) will encourage friendly relations between the nations and peoples, based on respecting the principle of equality of the rights and self-determination of the peoples.
    Therefore, with this, the Unrepresented United Nations (UUN) adopted the necessary measures to strengthen universal peace, promote international cooperation in resolving international problems of an economic, social, cultural or humanitarian nature, and in the development and stimulus of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms of everyone, without making distinctions for reasons of race, sex, language or religion; and to serve as a center for reconciling the efforts of the Nations to reach these common intentions.

    Created on 19/05/2013 in FAQ

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