Document symbol: A/RES/59/311
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International Meeting to Review Implementation of the Programme of Action for the Sustainable Development of Small Island Developing States : resolution / adopted by the General Assembly
Endorses the Mauritius Declaration and the Mauritius Strategy for the Further Implementation of the Programme of Action for the Sustainable Development of Small Island Developing States; urges Governments and all relevant international and regional organizations to take timely actions to ensure the effective implementation of and follow-up to the Mauritius Declaration and the Mauritius Strategy for Implementation; calls for the full and effective implementation of the commitments, programmes and targets adopted at the International Meeting; recommends that the outcomes of the International Meeting be taken into consideration at the High-level Plenary Meeting of the General Assembly; supports the convening by the Department of Economic and Social Affairs of regional meetings of small island developing States in 2005 or 2006, in partnership with relevant regional organizations and stakeholders, for the follow-up to the implementation of the Mauritius Strategy for Implementation.Adopted without vote.
Global Environment Facility - UN. General Assembly (60th sess. : 2005-2006). High-level Plenary Meeting to Review the Progress Made in the Fulfillment of All Commitments Contained in the United Nations Millennium Declaration - UN. Department of Economic and Social Affairs - UN. Department of Economic and Social Affairs. Small Island Developing States Unit - SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT - DEVELOPING ISLAND COUNTRIES - DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES - PROGRAMMES OF ACTION - PROGRAMME IMPLEMENTATION - DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE - DECLARATIONS - CONSULTATIONS - CONFERENCES - PARTNERSHIP - TRUST FUNDS - BUDGET CONTRIBUTIONS - COOPERATION BETWEEN ORGANIZATIONS - COORDINATION WITHIN UN SYSTEM - RESOURCES ALLOCATION - STAFFING - FOCAL POINTS
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