In this resolution, the Conference expresses grave concern about continued armed conflicts in the region, leaving an appalling death toll, injury, and disease. The Conference also condemns terrorism in all its forms under whatever pretest, as well as the policies of ‘preventive war’ and ‘selective assassination’ defended and practiced by certain states. The roles of the U.N. and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) are important to secure and to promote peaceful usage of nuclear energy for national development, especially in developing countries.
The Conference therefore reaffirms the ITUC-AP’s commitment in achieving a peaceful, democratic, secure, and stable world where all countries coexist in mutual respect and tolerance, free from the threats of armed conflict, terrorism, or other forms of violence or occupation.
The Conference commits the ITUC-AP, together with affiliates and GUFs to: advance global union policy, together with the Socialist International, on peace and disarmament for national development in the region, promote effective international regulation of the production and trading of arms, etc.