Reiterating all members’ commitment to the Organization’s fundamental principles: democracy, non-violence, human rights, self-determination, tolerance and environmental protection, as expressed in the Covenant;

Expressing its solidarity with the struggles of all unrepresented nations and peoples of the world Reaffirming the importance to work together to raise awareness of each other’s cases and bring attention Regretting that the number of conflicts around the world, and especially of conflicts affecting minorities and indigenous peoples, keeps increasing;

Having regard to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court of 1998 and in particular to the definition of the crimes of genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and aggression;




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