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The Final Step

Сегодня походит к концу неделя Модели ООН. 9 комитетов проведут последние заседания, делегаты в последний раз соберутся в университетском кафетерии за одним столом, а члены Секретариата наконец-то выдохнут спокойно. Но наше прощание не будет грустным, ведь сегодня в 21.00 состоится прощальный вечер в клубе ТЕАТРО. Не пропустите! Today is the last day of the week Model UN. 9 committees will hold the last sessions, delegates will meet together in university coffee bar for the last time and members of the Secretariat will finally breath out easily. But our farewell will not be sad. Today at 21.00 will be farewell party in the club TEATRO. Do not miss! 2 Interview with Malcom Harper 3 Генеральная Ассамблея 4 Security Council 5-6 МАГАТЭ/IAEA 7 GA 1st Comittee

8 La 2ème Commissionde l’Assemblée générale 9 ECOSOC 10 Совет по правам человека 11 International Court of Justice 12 UNIDO


Interview Interview with Malcom Harper Our dear Guest, Mr. Malcolm Harper! 5 days in a row of MIMUN. Today is the last day, can you believe it?I had the chance to talk about this year’s MIMUN with the President of the Oxford MUNGA, former Director of the UN Association, Mr. Malcolm Harper. Journalist: Looking back, what did you love the most in the beginning of MIMUN?

had quite heated debates. They were doing very well. J: You’re the President of the Oxford MUNGA. This year our members of the MIMUN had the chance to visit the MUN in Oxford. Can you please tell us more about your Model? H: Our Model lasts for one day only in order to accommodate all the students in Oxfordshire, who want to take part, we have to run it four times. We have the same agenda on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. So we cover between 350 and 400 students over the four days. We don’t have all the different bodies of the UN, just the General Assembly. They start working at 9 o’clock in the morning, and then we have an opening debate on a subject which has been agreed in advance. Each member puts their position in relation to that issue. This year it was Global Warming and Climate Change. There is no resolution to be drafted or agreed at the end of the debate. It’s really an opportunity for the students, who are quite nervous to begin with, to get rid of their nervousness. There is a record of what was said. The Deputy President and the Secretary take notes of the statements. They draw a summary report on the main points that were made that they read after lunch. Oxford MUNGA is a chance for the students to work in teams. J: Thank you for being this year with us. I hope you have enjoyed your time here in Moscow, despite the weather. Your wishes for MIMUN.

Mr. Harper: Well, it started with that lovely Tchaikovsky music, which I thought was brilliant and it got us all into the right spirit. Then we had the speeches, which I thought were very interesting. I was pleased to see the Deputy Minister of foreign affairs nodding to me, so I thought “that’s alright”. (Smiles). I went to have a cup of tea with Gregory Kovrizhenko, Coordinator of MIMUN, WFUNA Honorary President, discussing a few things. Later a nice man drew a sketch of me that I got to take home. The only thing I missed was the sun. I left London on last Friday with beautiful sunshine. I was waiting for sunshine here, but it was snowing! H: I wish you all the possible success, of course! I think J: Yes, we had bad luck with the weather this year. Mr. it very good that you’re able to have it over five days. I Harper, you were here all week. Did you get to see the think it’s brilliant. It’s good to have all these different delegates at work? organs, which give the students an idea in a way of the H: I followed the work of the Security Council. I don’t complexity of the UN. My experience from the British speak Russian, so I go to those, where no translation is Model UN is that the students go away slightly differneeded. I was here for a whole week and I had time to see ent people in their understanding and attitude towards the delegates at work. In the beginning the SC was de- international affairs. It has made quite a deep impression bating the Israel-Palestine issue, with which in my own on them. It is very important to see issues through the country I am quite deeply involved, so it was interesting eye of somebody different. for me to know what they were saying. This year the SC Alymbekova Begimai

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Генеральная Ассамблея Усама Бен Ладен заговорил голосом Америки Четвертый день работы Генеральной Ассамблеи Модели ООН выдался самым продуктивным и самым неформальным и самым напряженным одновременно. Способность делегатов совместить упорный труд с маленькими радостями жизни оказалась удивительной – дипломаты из соседних органов приходили на звуки рояля в наш зал… Четвертое заседание Генеральной Ассамблеи было начато короткими выступлениями сторонников и противников резолюции. Сразу после презентации проекта на стол Президиума стали поступать записки от делегатов с предлагаемыми поправками. А пока эксперты и секретари скрупулезно анализировали предложения, к представителям мирового сообщества поступило аудиообращение от Усама Бен Ладена: «Мы устали вести террористическую деятельность, но ничего не можем с этим поделать – мы просто не можем взять себя в руки. Поэтому мы просим мировое сообщество принять деятельную и конструктивную резолюции по борьбе с нами». Это вызвало оживление, хотя делегаты скоро заметили, что на пленке Бен Ладен говорит голосом делегата США. - Это был голос Америки, - успокоил аудиторию дипломат из Соединенных Штатов. И зал, и господин председатель оценили шутку и даже похвалили делегатов за неисправимый оптимизм… Затем зал получил повод для еще большего оживления. Председатель потребовал выкатить на сцену рояль. Музыкальный инструмент был спрятан за кулисами, но это не помешало сопредседателю Дэвиду Пауэллу отправиться к инструменту. Как

только под сводами конференц-зала зазвучала музыка, на сцене появился представитель охраны МГИМО. Однако когда «делегат силовых структур» стал перед игравшим Дэвидом, к нему обратились с репликой из зала: - Парень, ты не стеклянный! Можно было, конечно, применить силу, однако вступить в конфликт с демократической общественностью силовики МГИМО не решились, и концерт продолжился. Такой тишины на заседаниях Комитета не было никогда. Публика была в восторге от изумительного мастерства исполнения и аплодировала стоя…. Но не стоит считать, что вся работа Ассамблеи в четвертый, самый важный день, была скомканной. Пока делегаты стран ООН общались на сцене и за ее пределами, члены Президиума и эксперт работали не покладая рук. Ведь перед экспертом и его помощниками стояла необходимость проверить и систематизировать все те поправки, которые внесли их коллеги-делегаты в текст документа. Именно от них будет зависеть, какой вид примет итоговая резолюция. Но какой бы она ни была, автор о ней уже не напишет. Последний, пятый день функционирования Модели ООН освещаться в прессе уже не будет. Эту глубоко печальную для журналистов реальность скрашивает надежда на то, что результаты нашей совместной деятельности не пройдут даром. Они обязательно окажутся ощутимы для каждого из нас и для человечества в целом. Алексей Скиженок

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Security Council The SC: Adopting the Resolution The fourth day of the Security Council’s session was the most productive: in the morning the working paper was finally voted for by all the delegates, but the representative of the USA. Honorable delegates of South Africa (Benjamin Ledwon) and China (Arcady Koscheev) announced their positions on the document and representative of India, Solchi Federico concluded by saying: “Personally I think that this working paper is a very serious step to the future peace building process in the Middle East. I suggest voting in favor of this working paper in spite of the fact that it needs some amendments.” The delegation of the US objected to this statement: “We need to make peace in the whole area, not only in this specific region.

Presentation of border alternatives

And I am sure that this very working paper will not lead to some of the desired results and will not be able to facilitate the peace process in the Middle East in general.” However, the other delegates were not impressed by the speech of the American delegate, Ghassan Shakhshir, and did not support his point. After the working paper had been adopted the President congratulated the delegates and the audience burst into applause. The long process of introducing amendments was initiated and being extremely emotional and tense it lasted till the end of the day. The honorable delegates debated on the pressing issues of the Arab-Israeli conflict such as territory and border claims, settlements, refugees and the status of Jerusalem. Malcom Harper who was pres-

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ent in the room commented on this session of the SC during a brief interview: “It is very lively; the debate has been so good. There have been difficulties, but the delegates have tried to find their way and have succeeded. So, I find the working process very positive. And as for the debated problems I think Palestinian refugees have the right to return. But they will never be able to return to their own homes, because many of them are destroyed now. That is why they should be given compensation. Presumably they would like to settle in Palestine. The Jerusalem wall is another arguable question. I believe that if Israel wants to build the wall in Israel it has every right to do this. But the illegal part of the issue is that they build it on the other people’s land.” After a short lunch break the members of the Council went on raising motions and discussing amendments together with amendments to the previous amendments. Every now and again the President Anna Yegorova had to ask the delegates whether there were any motions on the floor or who was in favor of this or that motion and who was against. Each delegate had a possibility to express his or her own opinion and say some words in order to support or oppose the amendment under debate. Overall, there were approximately 20 amendments and all of them but one were talked over and eventually some of them were incorporated. The President of the SC lost her voice having sacrificed it on discussing the amendments and the entire draft resolution. “We are all working hard and have got extremely tired. We do not know for sure if the permanent members will get the resolution and if it is going to be seen by the officials and will be sent to the real UN, but I do hope sincerely that the resolution we are working on will be helpful in negotiations on the situation in the Middle East”, - says the honorable Chair. Regina Zhuravleva


МАГАТЭ А завтра - доклад крови, бодрящей всех управляющих по главе с председательствующим Пакистаном. «Известно ли Вам, уважаемый управляющий Германии, что Вы вносите поправку, которая сводит на нет всю нашу работу? Наша страна не может такого позволить!» - резонно заявила представитель Боливарианской Республики в ходе прений. «Ваше предложение должно набрать две трети, и в них точно не войдет наша страна!» - так закончила свое выступление Венесуэла, твердо следуя позиции страны. Управляющий Сингапура также выступал против многих поправок: азиатский край инноваций не поддержал ни Соединенное Королевство, ни Четверг в Совете Управляющих – день тяжелый. Доклад, а точнее его пункты, принимался с трудом. Председатель Никита Бешта (один из самых опытных, знающих, компетентных и играющих моделистов!) сделал все возможное, чтобы помочь уважаемым управляющим: конструктивность предложений бюро по процедуре не подвергалась сомнению. После обеда к такому сложному итоговому документу, коим в МАГАТЭ является доклад, начали вноситься поправки – и, без преувеличения, запахло жареным. Управляющий Германии безапелляционно заявил, что многие пункты доклада нуждаются в серьезной доработке, и вынес предложение об их удалении. Совет выразил сомнения – а так ли это необходимо? И в выступлениях против ясно выразили позицию своих стран управляющие Бразилии и Соединенного Королевства Великобритании и Северной Ирландии. Поддержка Франции не принесла серьезного перевеса, и пункты удалены не были. Впрочем, это мало уменьшило радикальность немецкого представителя. Свою изюминку в заседания МАГАТЭ вновь внесла управляющая Венесуэлы – ох, ни один день в Совете не прошел без гордой и горячей латиноамериканской

Германию, ни ОАЭ – однако, всякое выступление Сингапура было кратко и конструктивно, что не может ни радовать. Что же, что принесет последний день заседаний - увидим утром в пятницу. Доклад Совет Управляющих МАГАТЭ должен принять консенсусом, и сможет ли к нему прийти орган – вопрос времени. Александра Бойченко

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IAEA If tomorrow brings a report?

Thursday was a hard day for the board of governors. The draft report, or rather its items, were only approved with some difficulties. The Chair Nikita Beshta (one of the most experienced model players!) did his best to help the honorable governors: With constructible proposals on the procedure he made advances to the board members. After lunch it was time for amendments to the IAEA draft report, which already was a quite complex document and then the debate started heating up if not to say it got cooking hot. The German delegate criticized several points in the policy paper and proposed to erase them. But the Board expressed its doubt – is it really necessary? The delegates from The United Kingdom

of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and Brazil clearly opposed the cancelation in their speeches. Even though France supported the amendments to erase points from the document, they couldn’t get a majority! However, this did not prevent the german delegate from making even more radical statements Later the Venezuelan delegate showed her desire for debate again: Oh! There has not been a single day without proud and hot Latin American blood in the discussion. This re-animated the governors and the presiding Pakistan. The delegate of Bolivarian Republic pointed out: “Do you know, honorable delegate of Germany, that you are introducing an amendment that whittles all our work away? Our country will not tolerate this! Your proposal must get a two-thirds majority to be approved and our country will never vote for this.” Singapore also disputed many amendments: the Asian land of innovations did support neither the United Kingdom, nor Germany, nor UAE! The fact that its speech was so constructive and short pleased the public! What is the last day of the meeting going to bring – we will see on Friday. The board of governors shall pass the IAEA report by consensus. Will they? Alexandra Boychenko

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GA 1st Comittee Day Four: The Main Choice Today was practically the last day when delegates could actually work on the final resolution, because Friday is known to be short (only 1,5 hours for the session) and informal. Day Four at DISEC began with delegates sitting around, chatting, drinking coffee, studying and so on, because as usual in the first twenty minutes of the official session there was no quorum. But eventually, most of the participants turned up, apparently having found the room (5184, in case MGIMO students were wondering) with some trouble. At first, two remaining speeches (one in favor and one against) were given concerning the first working paper, which was presented yesterday (among the sponsors: Canada, represented by Ibáñez Enrique, Israel, delegate Bertrand Wyns, the UK, represented by Young Byun, and the USA, delegate Artur Yelizarov). When the second working paper was also presented and discussed, delegates moved on to moderated caucus. It should be said that the whole 1st Committee had already divided into two parts by that time, each of the groups supporting one of the two working papers. Not surprisingly, moderated caucus was mainly used to promote the working paper supported by the orator and/or criticize the project of the other group. The first working paper (the one which was presented back on Wednesday) was mainly criticized for presenting interests of one country (the USA) and several European states who are, according to orators at DISEC, dependent on it. The second working paper was the result of a merging of two separate (but quite similar) working papers and was supported by such countries as Venezuela (delegate Sébastien Chesneau), Argentina (delegate Popovic Vanja) and others. This working paper was repeatedly criticized for being ‘vague’ and ‘too general’, as well as simply repeating the ideas originally expressed in the Non-Proliferation Treaty and the Comprehensive Test-Ban Treaty. At midday it was one of the most important moments of

the whole MIMUN – the voting procedure that would decide which of the working papers would be chosen as draft resolution. During the roll call vote, many of the delegates were nervously counting each ‘in favor’ and ‘against’, as well as ‘obstain’ – the established answers to be given during roll call vote. The working paper which was supported by Venezuela, Argentina etc. and criticized for being ‘vague’ was chosen as the draft resolution of the 1st Committee. Obviously, the opposing group (Canada, the UK etc.) started working on amendments to the now draft resolution adding many of the detailed proposals that were initially part of their working paper. By the end of the day, DISEC had discussed (and adopted in most cases) all of the amendments submitted to the honorable Chair by Canada, the UK and other countries – supporters of the working paper not chosen. They not only successfully deleted a considerable number of clauses in the draft resolution, but also added many new clauses. We can only guess how many changes will be brought to the draft resolution tomorrow, when the rest of the amendments (from 15 to 20, submitted by various countries) will be discussed and voted on. Olga Zykina

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La 2ème Commission de l’Assemblée générale Les disputes et les compromis

Le quatrième jour du travail de la Deuxième commission de l’Assemblée générale était, peut-être, le jour le plus important de tous les cinq jours du Modèle. Idéalement les délégués devraient adopter toutes les propositions de fond vers la fin de la journée. Mais quand les discussions incessantes ont été initiées de nouveau, il est devenu évidant que le premier organisme dans l’histoire du Modèle ONU de Moscou qui fonctionnait complètement en français, n’aboutirait pas à l’adoption de la résolution finale. Les participants se sont mis à rédiger les propositions de fond pour donner à la résolution sa forme définitive. Et, bien sûr, ce processus était comme toujours bruyant et difficile. Chaqu’un voulait faire sa contribution dans la résolution et chaqu’un exprimait vigoreusement ses idées pour que tout le monde puisse l’entende. Il y avait quelques étudiants qui travaillait seuls mais la majorité s’est divisée, traditionellement, en groupes et a travaillé comme ça jusqu’à la fin de la journée. Le premier groupe consistait des délégués des Etats-Unis, du Venezuela, du Niger et de la Suède qui ont proposé un nombre considerable d’amendements, en «changeant complétement la résolution des pays pauvres», comme le délégué de Cuba Arthur Balaov a dit. Le deuxième groupe était moins actif. Peut-être que c’etait parce qu’il

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se composait des auteurs de cette résolution. Les conversations ne cessaient du tout, meme pour une seconde. Enfin, on avait trente propositions de fond soumises par tous les participants. Dès ce moment-là c’étaient les détails des propositions que les délégués avaient à discuter. Les sessions des questions-réponses et les débats ont durés sans pauses jusqu’à la fin de la journée de travail. Il y avait une seule distraction... «Honorable déléguée du Zumbabwe, - a appellé le Président en dominant à peine son rire, - arrêtez vos rituels africains. Vous nous dérangez.» Et l’honorable déléguée s’est mis en ordre. Les positions sont entrées en collision de nouveau mais paradoxalement presque toutes les propositions de fond ont été adoptées. Un miracle: les délégués ont appris à en arriver à un compromis. Plus d’une moitié des propositions ont été examinées par les étudiants. Pas beaucoup vous pouvez dire. Mais en prenant en considération le nombre d’amendements que l’on avait et comment se développaient les débats chauds, intenses et sérieux on pourrait dire que c’était le jour de travail infernal. Aujourd’hui on atteindra le point culminant. Vukash Drlevic


ECOSOC

Another day passed…

New Day – New Motions

the distinguished delegates from Japan and Canada had the floor to sing a famous song “Mr. Sandman” which The fourth session of the ECOSOC committee within they had sang actually in the London Underground. the MIMUN began with the debate between two major Their “pam-pam-pam” made people laugh. opponents: supporters of the first and the second work- Soon all the delegates received the printed version of ing papers. According to the point of view of the Japa- the draft resolution and left the hall for a lunch. After nese representative Oleg Pavlov, who pretended today the break the delegates were busy with preparing the to be “absent, but voting”, the first working paper was amendments. better formulated than the second one, although they both contained rather similar ideas. However, the distin- But still, some delegates couldn’t keep calm and serious. guished delegate of Comoros Zhanna Britvina expressed There was even a real fight between the delegate from the opinion that the second working paper had, never- Canada Nikita Vorobjev and our honorable President theless, some more useful suggestions. The majority of Roman Shekhovtsov, since the former wanted to release delegates soon started getting personal, country-orien- some dirt on him and to display a really compromising tated, until the honorable representative of Iraq Vasily photography on the screen. We won’t write what was on Antipin interrupted them with a remark: “We shouldn’t that photo, and we hope that the members of the ECOjudge resolutions by their sponsors but by their content”. SOC committee will keep it in secret. After the arrival of the honorable delegate from the Re- During the session several important amendments were public of Korea Taylor Strosnider in the middle of the adopted. The delegates from Belgium (Matej Misik) and unmoderated caucus the third working paper’s authors Ghana (Badarch Munkhbold) wanted to suggest even 3 joined the representatives of the first one in discussing amendments each. Some of them unfortunately failed, how they could merge their projects. The delegate from but others were successful and accepted. Comoros sacrificed a little its principles and was will- Another good news: that day was a birthday of the deling to join the general discussion. However the delegate egate from Morocco Polina Mamayeva. And everybody from Poland Alexander Chunosov said that the second sang a special song for her. We congratulate Polina once resolution, in writing of which participated Comoros, again! contains the paragraphs which violate the human rights! Since the situation became too intense, the honorable To be honest all the girls during the whole today’s sesExpert Daria Aleksandrova decided to show the movie, sion were in a party mood and they preferred to discuss related to the subject of the discussion. It was “Charlie’s the upcoming ball than to debate some serious issues. angels”. And the male part of the audience, of course, en- As usual in the end the delegates were choosing the best joyed it most. one of them. The most distinguished delegates from Iraq and Brazil made their predictions. Vasiliy Antipin was Eventually “23 against 12” votes received the first work- for the delegate from Argentina (Bruno Hardy) to win ing paper which became a draft resolution. After that and Alexander Ulansky was for the representative of the the honorable delegates just had to submit the necessary Republic of Korea (Taylor Strosnider). amendments. Kate Pashevich In this year’s ECOSOC the committee members were keen on entertaining. Special motion was proposed and

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Совет по правам человека СПЧ: день четвертый В этот не по-весеннему хмурый день заседание, как обычно, началось чуть позже десяти утра. Делегаты выглядели невыспавшимися и уставшими, что очень странно, потому что до этого они всегда были полны сил. Все дело в том, что вчера вечером они посетили один из клубов Москвы «ART-подвал» и, нужно заметить, остались очень довольны мероприятием. Какими бы сонными делегаты ни были, и как бы им ни хотелось спать, делать нечего – нужно начинать

все делегации предложили поправки, добавляющие пункты. Обсуждения были настолько оживленными, что председателю то и дело приходилось стучать по столу телефоном (надеюсь, с ним все в порядке – с телефоном) и призывать зал к порядку. Конечно, после столь эмоциональных призывов делегаты успокаивались, но ненадолго. Они уже успели подружиться и активно обсуждали все на свете, улыбались, смеялись и подписывали друг другу

заседание. Сегодня перед участниками стояла сложная задача: рассмотреть поправки к рабочему проекту резолюции, подготовленные дома. Чтобы делегации смогли подать свои предложения по поправкам в президиум, были объявлены неформальные дебаты без председательствования. Бюро было предложено огромное количество поправок, некоторые из которых впоследствии были отклонены экспертом, но большинство из них были составлены грамотно и прошли на обсуждение. Учитывая некоторые особенности принятого проекта резолюции (и ее ОЧЕНЬ «большой» размер),

таблички. В аудитории № 214 стояла очень теплая и дружеская атмосфера. В итоге, все поправки были рассмотрены, некоторые приняты, некоторые – отклонены. Завтра делегатов ждет заключительный и, наверное, самый важный день всей Модели, но это будет только завтра, а сейчас – все бегут веселиться на первый в истории MIMUN бал. Хорошее настроение обеспечено!

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Атрошенко Кристина


International Court of Justice The last word The fourth day of the Model UN started with a nice gesture: All judges were invited to the MIMUN ball! Even a judges wants to take of his robe and have fun at one point of time. But first, the honorable court continued to carry out its responsibilities. In order to settle the dispute between The Republic of Senegal and The Kingdom of Belgium the judges had to write a judgment and afterwards to vote on it. There were no advocates today. Actually, this part of the ICJ work was rather quiet. The judges divided into groups, as it was mentioned before, and were discussing their drafts. At first sight, the work seemed to be less productive than before. But actually everything, what had been discussed before, was put into use to make a reasonable

judgment. The judges and the president worked so hard, that they even had forgotten about hunger. When some of the judges raised a motion to have a 30 minute lunch break, it turned out to be a complete failure. Unexpectedly, the majority was against adjourning the sitting. Even though the work seemed to be endless and time-consuming, in the end everyone realized how efficient they worked. After almost 5 hours the honorable judges enjoyed the results – 10 pages of resolution were done! Anyway, judges had to talk about and vote on some disputatious points. The President, who conducted the voting, reminded everyone of the rules: the simple majority is needed for every single particular legal question to pass; the judges aren’t allowed to abstain, they vote only in favor or against; and no communications between the judges during the procedure of voting. Finally the International Court of Justice came to the following rulings:

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The Court does have jurisdiction to hear the case II. Mr Habre has no immunity III. Both Belgium and Senegal have universal jurisdiction to trial Mr Habre IV. Senegal is not obliged to extradite Mr Habre, but obliged to prosecute him. So, the judgment was adopted, but the Advocates for Senegal and Belgium are still looking forward to learn, who won the case. No wonder they say “the winner takes it all”. Kutsik Nelly

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UNIDO Amendments’ Pros and Cons

On Thursday the session turned out so hard, that even the sun couldn’t stay indifferent to our work. After a long term of dull days, several minutes of sun-shining seemed to be a precious gift, especially for those who have really been tired of the cold Moscow spring. Despite the rain soon went on, yesterday the UNIDO’s delegates had absolutely no chance for spleen or boredom. Adoption of the amendments was at the top of the agenda. They say there are only three things people can watch infinitely: fire burning, water flowing and people working. I can also add to this list listening to ones’ heated discussion. Of course, today’s one was sufficient to this demand. In the morning the delegates were moving into the room rather slowly. They had spent the whole night working out their amendments. Helene Burova, our honorable Expert, was working on her computer considering all the sentences made by the delegates and also asking some of the delegates to specify some points of their amendments. At last, after an hour of immoderate caucus, Na-

talia Fishman, the Chairperson, made the delegates proceed to the debates. But before she had explained the rules of the procedure and emphasized that there is an option of adopting an amendment to amendment, while there is no chance of adopting “an amendment to amendment to amendment”. So, we had two main types of voting. One concerned clauses of the resolution, the other concerned just amendments to these clauses. The delegates began with the discussion of the operative clauses. Some points have been shifted to another place in the document; some of them have been merged into a common clause. The next part of this procedure was adopting the additions that concerned the development of renewable energy resources, mobilization financial resources, conduction more technology analysis of future economic effectiveness etc. The majority of adopted amendments have been offered by the delegate of Sweden Yulia Zherlygina. The other delegate, who considered to be the most active one, was Elizaveta Kozlova who represents The Kingdom of Norway. The majority of the amendments to the preamble offered by the delegation of Norway, were also adopted. By the end of the session honorable chairpersons had to ask the delegates for the ‘order in the house’ for many times as the discussion of some proposals became too lively and sometimes even were on the verge of laughing. By the way, in the last release of our newspaper you can read about funny precedents in details. Olga Kuznetsova

Редакция газеты “Вестник”: Главный редактор - Мария Палинова Помощник Главного редактора - Евгений Михайлов Заместитель Главного редактора - Бегимай Алымбекова Ответственный редактор - Екатерина Базина, Даниела Истратий Дизайн и вёрстка- Мария Палинова Консультанты Александр Васильев, Мария Хрячкова

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Журналисты: Кристина Атрошенко Ольга Кузнецова Ольга Зыкина Александра Бойченко Екатерина Пашевич

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