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55th Session of the UN First Committee, October - November 2000

The UN First Committee took place from October 2 - November 1, 2000. During the next month, the General Assembly will vote on resolutions tabled at the First Committee. Following the General Assembly vote, a full report and analysis of the First Committee, along with summaries of resolutions and voting records, will be posted on this web site. Further information about resolutions and voting can be found at the Reaching Critical Will website and at the UN website.

Interim Report

Excerpts from the General Debate

Announcement of Security Assurances for Mongolia

Progress of the New Agenda Resolution

55th Session of the UN General Assembly, General Debate, September 12-22, 2000

UN Millennium Summit, September 6-8, 2000

54th Session of the UN First Committee and General Assembly, October 11 - November 12, 1999

The 1999 Session of the First Committee of the United Nations General Assembly (Disarmament and International Security), chaired by Chilean Ambassador Raimundo Gonzalez, takes place in New York from Monday 11 October to Friday 12 November 1999. Coverage on this web site includes:

53rd First Committee, 1998

For full details and analysis, including summaries of the resolutions and voting, see Rebecca Johnson's report in Disarmament Diplomacy 32.

52nd First Committee, 1997

For full details and analysis, including summaries of the resolutions and voting, see Rebecca Johnson's report in Disarmament Diplomacy 20.

51st First Committee, 1996

For a report and summary of the resolutions and votes, see Disarmament Diplomacy No 10.

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