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General Assembly

Question of:

Terrorism and its new forms




Republic of Korea, Greece, Pakistan, Lebanon, Czech Republic, Gabon, Russian Federation, Turkey, New Zealand, Norway

The General Assembly,




















































Deeply concerned that terrorism endangers the safety of civilians,

Realizing that there is a terrorist act somewhere in the world almost every week,

Conscious that the issue involves all the nations,

Bearing in mind that the most common types of terrorism used have included bombings, shootings, hijackings, and kidnappings,

Acknowledging new forms of terrorism, such as bio-terrorism, chemical terrorism, radiological terrorism and cyberterrorism,

Noticing that terrorism is more common in nations with no political freedom and is less common in democratic nations,

Reaffirming that this acts are intended to create terror,

Observing that mass-media increase the fear through the diffusion of the goals of this organizations,

Considering the importance of the problem, its danger and the large influence it has on Nations and people,

Declaring that terrorist acts are criminal and nothing can justify them,

Desiring an effective solution to the problem and an active participation of every single member in order to reach a valid agreement,

Reminding of the importance of the issue in order to avoid underestimating the risks,

1.Asks for

a) a deep attention for the world conflicts and the dedication of every state to finding a solution,

b) report from the single states about the conflicts inside the country, indicating the groups and the members and taking charge of eventual investigations that will be subsequently presented to the United Nations,

2.Encourages diplomatic relationships between the various Member States and the ones between the single governments and the opposition and conciliatory and ready to compromise behaviors,

3. Urges to take the necessary steps to prevent international organized crime;

4.Supports the states where all the ideas are accepted and the minorities are listened, with the purpose of reducing the discontents and the frustrations derived from the suppression,

5.Requests the establishment of:

a) conferences that focus on the issue of terrorism and its developments, regularly and with the participation of all Member States,

b) an International Court of Justice for Terrorist Crimes,

c) Departments for Prevention of Terrorism, for all states and an international one, with the aim to identify, investigate and prevent terrorism,

6.Calls for the creation of organizations whose aim is to control,

a) borders, imports and exports, transports,

b) foreigners; their documents and the motivation of their permanence in the country,

c) sales of arms and nuclear weapons,

7. Proposes to forbid to anyone not related to military to own or distribute weapons,

8.Recommends to improve the defense of computer systems in order to contrast the cyberterrorism by,

a)developing new computer system for the big companies,

b) establishing Computer Crime Research Centre with the purpose of protect and inform people about cyberterrorism,

9.Affirms the need of an education capable to grow up open-minded people through giving them appropriate historical, geographical and political knowledge and through an appropriate use of the mass media:

a) to request all people including politicians, community and religious leaders to avoid words and actions that would cause prejudice or incite violence between racial, national and religious groups

b) to promote tolerance

10. Further proclaims the importance of democracy and establishing of effective electoral committees to ensure fair elections,

11.Invites to contrast fear and panic with clear and truthful declarations of the governments and avoiding encouragement of all acts of terrorism,

12. Recommends to increase exchange of information, particularly in relation to:

a)the actions and movements of people or groups suspected of belonging to terrorist networks,

b)the use of communication technologies by terrorist groups,

c) the threat of new types of terrorist activities including those using chemical, biological or nuclear materials and toxic substances.

13. Requests to assist the victims of terrorism and their families by providing them with support to cope with their loss

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