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  • Republic of Namibia 569426Joint Communique of the Government of the People's Republic of China and the Government of the Republic of Namibia The Government
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  • The World Factbook (1982) by the Central Intelligence Agency Namibia 2011113The World Factbook (1982) — Namibiaby the Central Intelligence Agency
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  • February 1972 The Security Council, Having examined further the question of Namibia, and without prejudice to other resolutions adopted by the Security Council
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  • the Territory and the people of Namibia, Recalling its resolution 276 (1970) of 30 January 1970 on the question of Namibia, Taking note of the report and
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  • The Security Council, Reaffirming the inalienable right of the people of Namibia to freedom and independence, as recognized in General Assembly resolution
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  • sentencing of Namibians by the Government of South Africa constitute illegal act and flagrant violations of the rights of the Namibians concerned, the
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  • the people of Namibia to self-determination and independence; 3. Reaffirms also the national unity and territorial integrity of Namibia; 4. Invites the
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  • the South African authorities in Namibia, as well as all acts taken by that Government on behalf of or concerning Namibia after the termination of the Mandate
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  • Africa's continued occupation of Namibia, Reaffirming its special responsibility toward the people and the Territory of Namibia, 1. Recognizes that the United
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  • President of the United Nations Council for Namibia, Gravely concerned over the present situation in Namibia and the repressive measures of the South African
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  • CIA World Fact Book, 2004 Namibia 8074CIA World Fact Book, 2004 — Namibia                 This page was last updated on 1 January 2003 This is a
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  • question of Namibia, Reaffirming the special responsibility and obligation of the United Nations towards the people and Territory of Namibia, Recalling
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  • and security, Concerned by the situation on the borders of Zambia and Namibia, in the vicinity of the Caprivi Strip, 1. Reiterates that ant violation
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  • heard the statement of the President of the United Nations Council for Namibia, Having considered the statement by Mr. Moses M. Garoeb, Administrative
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  • over the Territory of Namibia, and resolution 2248 (S-V) of 19 May 1967, by which it established a United Nations Council for Namibia, as well as all subsequent
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  • This page has moved. The text of this page has been moved to China Namibia Communique Establishing Diplomatic Relations. If you found this page by following
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  • Nations; 3. Decides that the continued occupation of the Territory of Namibia by the South African authorities constitutes an aggressive encroachment
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  • EMIRATES) Southern Rhodesia (see ZIMBABWE) South-West Africa (see NAMIBIA) Spanish Sahara (see WESTERN SAHARA)   —T—   Tanganyika
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  • Territory of Namibia as a base for attacking neighbouring African countries, Reaffirming the legitimacy of the struggle of the people of Namibia to liberate
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  • Angola launched from Namibia, a Territory which South Africa illegally occupies, Reaffirming the inalienable right of the people of Namibia to self-determination
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