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Piracy in Somalia

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26 Re: Piracy in Somalia on November 12th 2009, 11:00


The delegates of Somalia are very concerned with the current situation, but Somalia`s resources are very limited. The delegates appreciate that the issue is already being debated and are looking forward to bringing piracy to an end as quickly as possible so that the world can start recovering from the damages this situation has caused. The delegates of Somalia would also like to express their gratitude towards any economic help that can be offered so that Somalia is able to stand on its own two feet again [size=9]so that the population does not need to resort to acts of piracy in order to survive.

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27 Re: Piracy in Somalia on November 12th 2009, 22:12

The Rwandan delegate believes that this problem should be solved quickly and simply, taking care of the pirates who are committing these acts, and therefore allowing all to roam the sees without problems... Rwanda is in favor of a solutions, if your resolutions makes a good one, then count on us.

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28 Re: Piracy in Somalia on November 12th 2009, 22:16

The delegate of Russia believes, that if one pirates actions were to be stopped, and used as an example to what would happen to others then it would cause a ripple affect, with this affect others would be encouraged or better yet, intimidated into not repeating these acts. We can all agree that these acts are not for the benefit of any nation, unless a nation is willing to take the blame for these actions, we should all work together in solving this problem, efficiently, and most of all, rapidly, before the acts come out of hand.

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29 Re: Piracy in Somalia on November 13th 2009, 11:27

All Delegates,

North Korea also agrees with what the Russian Delegate has stated. If Somlaia were to set a precedent of one single pirate attack and back that precedent with continuous and relentless control, North Korea strongly believes the attacks and severity of such attacks would be greatly reduced.

North Korea sees the Somlian pirate situation becoming very large of a pro0blem in the world today. This issue must be soved soon! North Korea believes it will be willing to back any resolution dealing with the halting of piracy come time for MUN.

North Korean Delegate,
Tyler Simpson

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30 Re: Piracy in Somalia on November 16th 2009, 10:17

South Africa sees the problem mostly as a governement problem, so not only attack them directly, but attack them indirectly by solving the government´s problem, that was the cause for the begging of piracy.

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31 Re: Piracy in Somalia on November 16th 2009, 18:00

Just for clarification, is the South African Delegation blaming piracy indirectly on the Somali government?

North Korean Delegate,
Tyler Simpson

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32 Re: Piracy in Somalia on November 17th 2009, 10:07

Russia would like to thank the delegate of NK with agreeing with Russia...
Taking an attitude like UK in this matter, people learn from being attacked, which is something UK would say... but for this topic, it might be true, taking care of one group will set a good example for the others, or a bad example, whatever helps the cause.

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33 Re: Piracy in Somalia on November 17th 2009, 14:33

the delegate of sudan would agree in not killing all pirates but creating programs of reintegrations for them since most of them are just fishers victims of the anarchy of Somalia with no other alternatives.

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