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Swine flu in Asia

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26 Re: Swine flu in Asia on November 5th 2009, 11:51

the delegate of Myanmar understands your point, delegate of South Korea but Myanmar doesn't have the money to invest in swine flu when its being imposed economic sanctions.

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27 Re: Swine flu in Asia on November 5th 2009, 12:00

Myanmar delegate,
Australia will remove its sanctions, once Myanmar becomes a democracy. Then, the country on Myanmar will have enough money to invest in our resolution.
Delegate of Australia

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28 Re: Swine flu in Asia on November 5th 2009, 16:32

Myanmar Delegation,

North Korea understands your situation and is in the same squeeze. We feel that finding a cure for the Swine Fluis a very good and very valid cause for the UN to look into. But we can't afford to spend on it due to the sanctions existing in our country.

Australian Delegation, North Korea was unaware that Australia had any sanctions anywhere. Where else do you hold sanctions?

North Korean Delegate,
Tyler Simpson

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29 Re: Swine flu in Asia on November 8th 2009, 21:39

Delegate of North Korea,
Countries that australia have for sure imposed sanctions on are Burma, North Korea, Myanmar, Zimbabwe, Iran and Fiji. They're might be others delegate Tyler, but these are the ones I was able to find.
South Korean Delegate,
Marina

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30 Re: Swine flu in Asia on November 9th 2009, 09:48

South Korean Delegate,

Thank you for the information. It is very helpful.

North Korean Delegate,
Tyler Simpson

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31 a question on November 11th 2009, 14:21

what will happen to the economic crises in your country?

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32 Re: Swine flu in Asia on November 11th 2009, 14:23

Spanish delegate,
The money which will be dontated to our fund will be spent only on necessities for the H1N1 virus cure.

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33 Re: Swine flu in Asia on November 11th 2009, 20:43

Delegates of Australia, you must take in consideration the situation in Myanmar, due to the sanctions existing in that country, and in NK as well. These two nations cannot give the amount of money delegates of Australia are looking for because they, apparently, are not allowed to give money. Delegate of Pakistan would like to remind delegates of Australia that finding the cure for the H1N1 virus is extremely important, but you must understand Myanmar and NK's position according with the sanctions.
Delegate of Pakistan Diego Hernandez

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34 Re: Swine flu in Asia on November 11th 2009, 22:39

Delegate of South Korea,
Myanmar and Burma are the same country, but it's ok that the delegate has mistaken, many people are not aware of that.
Delegate of Australia,
like the UN charter, chapter VII, article 40 states, countries CANNOT impose a country to change its government, not even the security council, than why is Australia imposing sanctions in Myanmar and will only lift them once Myanmar becomes a democracy if that's not valid?

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35 Re: Swine flu in Asia on November 12th 2009, 08:29

Delegates of Australia,

Just to correct what my friendly Delegate of Pakistan has stated. The situation of the matter is not that we are not "allowed" to spend money on a cure for the Swine Flu. The fact of the matter is simply that we do not have the economic strength or the economic balance required to donate the amount of funds that would be asked for.

North Korean Delegate,
Tyler Simpson

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36 Re: Swine flu in Asia on November 13th 2009, 12:49

Delegates of Australia, you must take in consideration the situation in Myanmar, due to the sanctions existing in that country, and in NK as well. These two nations cannot give the amount of money delegates of Australia are looking for because they, apparently, are not allowed to give money. Delegate of Pakistan would like to remind delegates of Australia that finding the cure for the H1N1 virus is extremely important, but you must understand Myanmar and NK's position according with the sanctions.
Delegate of Pakistan Diego Hernandez

Pakistan Delegate,
Thank you for that information... we plan on taking the amount of money that they can dontate, and they will recive equal treatment in return. Each country will have the amount of vaccines, according to how much money they dontate.
Thank you again ,
Australian delegate.

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37 Re: Swine flu in Asia on November 13th 2009, 12:52

Delegate of South Korea,
Myanmar and Burma are the same country, but it's ok that the delegate has mistaken, many people are not aware of that.
Delegate of Australia,
like the UN charter, chapter VII, article 40 states, countries CANNOT impose a country to change its government, not even the security council, than why is Australia imposing sanctions in Myanmar and will only lift them once Myanmar becomes a democracy if that's not valid?

Myanmar delegate,
We are imposing sanctions becasue the citizens of Myanmar dont have human rights, such as freedom of speech , etc.

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38 Re: Swine flu in Asia on November 13th 2009, 12:55

North Korean delegate,
We understand your situation completly, but we have noticed that you are spending all of your money on nuclear technology, instead of helping the swine infected citizens in your country. If you give us the money you have, and can spend, then we will give to the esqueal amount of treatment in return.
Thank you.

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39 Re: Swine flu in Asia on November 13th 2009, 14:04

Delegate of Australia,
you should do your research before posting something because Myanmar does give their citizens freedom: they can vote, they can write whatever they want...

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40 Re: Swine flu in Asia on November 15th 2009, 17:33

Delegate of Australia,

You stated that we should be helping the swine flu infected citizens in our country, but in fact North Korea has NO swine flu cases. For us to give money for this cause is irrelevant, we have much higher concerns, especially when our national security is being threatened.

North Korean Delegate,
Catie Nagel

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41 Re: Swine flu in Asia on November 15th 2009, 23:03

delegate of North Korea,
NK can have no cases of Swine Flu, but we are here talking about e resolution to portect the entire Asian community, not a single nation! NK also don't have the that would be asked, and the delegate is quite sure that the Australian delegates said it would come from the United Nations the money... in addition is the delagte sure that there were no cases of swine flu in NK or in your goverment since its the only people your nations worries about?

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42 Re: Swine flu in Asia on November 16th 2009, 09:43

NK delegate,
Just because the are no current cases in your nation, it does not mean there wont be. 8,834 people in Asia are currently affected, and there is probably a rather large chance that NK will get contaminated.
Thank you ;]

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43 Re: Swine flu in Asia on November 16th 2009, 09:53

South Korean Delegate,

Understandably other Delegations are concerned for the Aisan community as a whole. However, North Korea is spending money on nuclear weapons so that it can defend itself. If there wasn't an eminent attack just on the horizon, North Korea might be more inclined to support the Swine Flu cure. Also, the Delegates of Australia stated that : "we plan on taking the amount of money that they can dontate, and they will recive equal treatment in return. Each country will have the amount of vaccines, according to how much money they dontate." This statement does not make it sound like the funds for this cure are coming directly from the United Nations. To the North Korean Delegation it sounds as though each country shall be donating directly.

On another note, the North Korean Delegation is positive when it states that North Korea has not encountered a confirmed case of Swine Flu yet.

North Korean Delegate,
Tyler Simpson

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44 Re: Swine flu in Asia on November 16th 2009, 09:54

Australian Delegation,

If Australia understands the North Korean Delegation completely then why does it not understand that North Korea is investing in nuclear weapons for the protection of its own borders? Wouldn't the Australian Delegation think international safety to a country should come before donating to a cause that does not exist in ones country?

North Korean Delegate,
Tyler Simpson

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45 Re: Swine flu in Asia on November 16th 2009, 14:14

Delegate of Australia,
The Delegation of North Korea is still confused even after reading your statements. You are asking for money, from each country? the united nations? what is going to be giving besides vacines? As my fellow delegate also stated, will the money be given directly?
north Korea is one of the few states that is not contaminated with swine flu. This didn't just happen to be, we have kept our health care in high regulation, we are spending much time rpoviding our people with the proper necessities to remain healthy. "and there is probably a rather large chance that NK will get contaminated." this is a completly false statement, with no actual facts to back it up, jsu tyour opinion.
North Korean Delegation,
Catie Nagel

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46 Re: Swine flu in Asia on November 16th 2009, 17:41

Delegates,

The Delegate just wants to assist what it's partner Delegate has stated earlier. The North Korean Delegation meant to say that North Korea has done an outstanding job providing actions to prevent Swine Flu cases in our country. Also, to assume that North Korea will be overcome by the Swine Flu in the next couple of years is an outrageuous claim. There is no eveidence to support this nor is it plausible with the strict visitation limits North Korea regulates.

North Korean Delegate,
Tyler Simpson

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47 Re: Swine flu in Asia on November 16th 2009, 20:23

North Korea delegation Are you aware that is that with the high number of cases in China it will be just a matter of time to have the first cases of swine flu in NK?

Thank you!

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48 Re: Swine flu in Asia on November 16th 2009, 20:50

Delegate of Australia,

Indeed the Delegate of North Korea is aware of the near threat of Swine Flu. However, may the Delegate again ask, how is the Swine Flu to get into North Korea when our state is isolationist?

In addition, until cases have been recorded North Korea will stand unaffected by the current Swine Flu outbreak. Once cases are recorded, then North Korea will begin to take measures.

North Korean Delegate,
Tyler Simpson

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49 Re: Swine flu in Asia on November 17th 2009, 10:24

North Korean delegate,
There are various ways for the H1N1 virus to get in to NK, for example, traveling passengers, trades or shippings. It is possible!
If NK donated the money to us, then we would garantee that NK will not be infected by the virus. We are givving you the opportunity to prevent all chances of the Swine Flu getting in to your country.
Thanks.

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50 Re: Swine flu in Asia on November 17th 2009, 14:17

Delegate of Australia,

There are numerous ways in which a disease can get into various countries however, it is very hard for ANYTHING to get into North Korea . There is just no way in which your country can garantee that North Korea will not be infected. Even if the vaccine is received by North Korea, it doesn't signify that there won't be any cases.

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