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The Maldives calls upon all nations to collectively share the responsibility of protecting the oceans

07 December 2016, New York; The Maldives has stated that the responsibility of the protection of oceans should be collectively shared by the world, due to the interconnected nature of the oceans, and it's associated issues. Speaking at the 54th Plenary Meeting of the 71st session of United Nations General…

The Maldives calls upon all nations to collectively share the responsibility of protecting the oceans The Maldives calls upon all nations to collectively share the responsibility of protecting the oceans

Maldives stresses on the importance of political compromise and productive engagement of the international community to resolve the conflicts in the Middle East

30 November 2016, New York; Today, at the United Nations General Assembly during its debate on 'The situation of Middle East the Maldives stressed on the importance of compromise and the productive engagement of the international community to resolve the conflicts in the Middle East. Delivering the statement on behalf…

Maldives stresses on the importance of political compromise and productive engagement of the international community to resolve the conflicts in the Middle East Maldives stresses on the importance of political compromise and productive engagement of the international community to resolve the conflicts in the Middle East

The Maldives raises concerns on the use of disproportionate and deadly force against Palestinian children

29 November 2016, New York; The Maldives has raised concerns regarding the increase in the number of Palestinian children being arrested and detained by Israeli occupying forces, and how Palestinian minors are frequently dealt with disproportionate and deadly force by the Israeli authorities. In the statement delivered at the General…

The Maldives raises concerns on the use of disproportionate and deadly force against Palestinian children The Maldives raises concerns on the use of disproportionate and deadly force against Palestinian children

The Maldives highlights the vulnerability of Small Island States in relation to Water Security

New York, 23 November 2016; The Maldives has highlighted the unique challenges and vulnerabilities that Small Island States face in dealing with water security at the United Nations Security Council. While speaking at the Council's open debate on water, peace and security, Ambassador Ahmed Sareer, the Permanent Representative of Maldives…

The Maldives highlights the vulnerability of Small Island States in relation to Water Security The Maldives highlights the vulnerability of Small Island States in relation to Water Security

Maldives stresses on the need for continued support and cooperation of international community for Afghanistan

17 November 2016, New York; Today, at the United Nations General Assembly during its debate on 'The situation of Afghanistan', the Maldives welcomed the progress in Afghanistan, its commitment to improving the human rights situation, particularly with respect to women and children. The Maldives also expressed its concern over the…

Maldives stresses on the need for continued support and cooperation of international community for Afghanistan Maldives stresses on the need for continued support and cooperation of international community for Afghanistan

The Maldives underlines that relevant principles of international humanitarian and international law must become an integral part of national training for peacekeepers.

7 November 2016, New York; At the United Nations Security Council's open debate on Peacekeeping Operations facing Asymmetrical threats, the Maldives highlighted that the collective work of the peacekeeping missions must be guided by a precise and comprehensive framework for identifying threats to civilians in order to respond to the…

The Maldives underlines that relevant principles of international humanitarian and international law must become an integral part of national training for peacekeepers. The Maldives underlines that relevant principles of international humanitarian and international law must become an integral part of national training for peacekeepers.

The Maldives urges membership of the Security Council should come from both developing and developed countries including small states

7 November 2016, New York; At the United Nations General Assembly debate on 'Question of equitable representation on and increase in the membership of the Security Council and other matters related to the Security Council', the Maldives highlighted that comprehensive reform and expansion of the Security Council is essential to…

The Maldives urges membership of the Security Council should come from both developing and developed countries including small states The Maldives urges membership of the Security Council should come from both developing and developed countries including small states

Maldives calls for a formal support mechanism to enable participation of SIDS in the Human Rights Council

4 November 2016, New York: Today, at the Third Committee, the Maldives urged the need of creating a formal support mechanism to enable participation of Small Island Developing States in the Human Rights Council sessions in Geneva. This was highlighted in an Intervention made by the Maldives, in the Third…

Maldives calls for a formal support mechanism to enable participation of SIDS in the Human Rights Council Maldives calls for a formal support mechanism to enable participation of SIDS in the Human Rights Council

Maldives addresses the 55th Session of the Commission on Status of Women

Thursday, 24 February 2011 00:00

The Honourable Eva Abdulla, Member of Parliament, and the Honourable Ali Azim, Member of Parliament, participated in the fifty-fifth Session of the Commission on the Status of Women, and in the corresponding event organized by the Inter-Parliamentary Union in conjunction with UN Women, the latter of which was themed The Role of Parliaments in promoting access and participation of women and girls to education, training, science and technology.

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United Nations

Sunday, 23 January 2011 17:01

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Overview

The United Nations is an international organization founded in 1945 after the Second World War by 51 countries committed to maintaining international peace and security, developing friendly relations among nations and promoting social progress, better living standards and human rights. Due to its unique international character, and the powers vested in its founding Charter, the Organization can take action on a wide range of issues, and provide a forum for its 192 Member States to express their views, through the General Assembly, the Security Council, the Economic and Social Council and other bodies and committees.

The work of the United Nations reaches every corner of the globe. Although best known for peacekeeping, peacebuilding, conflict prevention and humanitarian assistance, there are many other ways the United Nations and its System (specialized agencies, funds and programmes) affect our lives and make the world a better place. The Organization works on a broad range of fundamental issues, from sustainable development, environment and refugees protection, disaster relief, counter terrorism, disarmament and non-proliferation, to promoting democracy, human rights, gender equality and the advancement of women, governance, economic and social development and international health, clearing landmines, expanding food production, and more, in order to achieve its goals and coordinate efforts for a safer world for this and future generations.

Quick Facts

Membership: 193 Member States

Established: 24 October 1945

Secretariat staffing as of 30 June 2010 (Secretary-General's report "Composition of the Secretariat" [A/65/350] ): about 44,000

Current UN peacekeeping operations: 16

Budget for 2010-2011: USD 5.048 billion (peacekeeping operations not included)

Official languages: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian, Spanish.

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UN Observances - The first day approved by the UN General Assembly was United Nations Day, 24 October (by resolution 168 (II) of 31 October 1947).

Maldives became a member of the United Nations on 21st September 1965

   

Mission Staff

Sunday, 23 January 2011 11:52

Maldives Permanent Representative to the UN Ahmed Sareer

H. E. Ahmed Sareer

Ambassador / Permanent Representative





 

Ms. Mariyam Midhfa NaeemMariyam Midhfa Naeem

Counsellor

Midhfa@MaldivesMission.com

AOSIS Lead Negotiator on Sustainable Development

Sustainable Development

Oceans Issues


Ms. Zeena Mohamed DidiZeena_Didi-_Mission_Staff

Second Secretary

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Elections and Candidature

Humanitarian Affairs

Political Officer

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Second Secretary

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AOSIS Administration and Climate Change Issues

Peace, Security and Legal matters

First Committee

Fourth Committee and Related Matters

Fifth Committee

Mr. Hussain Abdul Latheefhussain latheef

Third Secretary

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Consular Affairs

Protocol Officer

Administratie and Budgetary Affairs


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Mr. Mohamed Waheed

Administrative Staff




 

 

 


   

Maldives Establishes Diplomatic Relations with Liechtenstein

Friday, 21 January 2011 00:00

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The Republic of Maldives and the Principality of Liechtenstein established diplomatic relations today through an exchange of diplomatic notes by the two country’s permanent missions to the United Nations located in New York.

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Minister of State for Finance and Treasury, H.E. Mr. Aslam Shakir, Accentuates the Need to Clarify the Concept of ‘Smooth Transition’ for Graduating Countries

Tuesday, 11 January 2011 14:10

aslamJanuary 11, 2011, New York - Minister of State for Finance and Treasury, H.E. Mr. Aslam Shakir, speaking today at the meeting of the 1st Intergovernmental Preparatory Committee for the Fourth United Nations Conference on Least Developed Countries, highlighted the importance of „smooth transition‟ for countries graduating from LDC status. Although the Maldives considered graduation to be an achievement, he said that the Maldives must not move towards the reality of life as a Middle- Income country with its “eyes wide shut”. On the contrary, he said that we need to be fully aware of the challenges that lie ahead for the Maldives with the loss of LDC benefits and strive to overcome those challenges by speeding up its market based and private sector led economic reforms.

 

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Invest Maldives, the government agency entrusted with promoting, licensing and registering foreign investments in the country, is the first port of call for all foreigners keen to invest in the Maldives.

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Official website for the Maldives Tourism Board. Your source of information for Maldives resorts, hotels, safari live-aboard and guest houses information and travel agents listing.

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The primary role of the Ministry is to foster warm and close relations with the international community and to communicate the interests and aspirations of the people of the Maldives.

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