15th Meeting of Non-Allied Movement’s Foreign Ministers Over
Azerbaijan, Baku, 31 July / Trend / Three documents, one statement and one special report were approved at the end of the 15th meeting of Non-Allied Movement countries' foreign ministers in Tehran, Iran's news agency IRINN reported.
The Tehran Declaration, a document on Iran's peace activities on uranium enrichment and a document on Zimbabwe were approved.
The document on Palestinian committee was also approved. A special report on the work carried out within the 15th meeting was developed.
The Tehran Declaration, the result of 4-day activities of working groups and of the foreign ministers representing 118 countries, consists of three chapters and covers different international issues.
The issues covered in the Tehran Declaration are as following: drastic changes in the UN - changing of Secretary General' election process, improvement of permanent and temporary members of the UN Security Council, drastic changes in the composition of UN Security Council and peacekeeping mission, as well as security and struggle against terrorism.
The document also reflects such important issues as occupation of Iraq, the issues regarding Afghanistan and Lebanon, Golan Heights and occupation of Palestine.
The 15th meeting of the Non-Allied Movement's foreign ministers was taking place in Tehran from 27 to 30 July.
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