DAME 6-27-13, 8:03 am •
UN WEBCAST MEETING SCHEDULE..........EST!
10:45 am Security Council Stakeout (Iraq and Kuwait).
11:00 am Security Council: 6990th & 6991st meeting, (Iraq and Kuwait, Middle East).
11:20 am Security Council Stakeout: H.E. Mr. Hoshyar Zebari, Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Iraq.
12:00 pm Daily Press Briefing by the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General.
12:30 pm Press conference by Ambassador Sir Mark Lyall Grant, Permanent Representative of the United Kingdom to the United Nations and President of the Security Council for the month of June.
02:45 pm Security Council media stakeout (Middle East).
03:00 pm 35th meeting, Second part of the resumed session, Fifth Committee
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Toyvp » June 27th, 2013, 8:07 am •
Security Council vote at 7 pm Baghdad time to lift the death of Chapter VII on Iraq
Thursday, June 27, 2013 14:49 [Baghdad where]
The UN Security Council will hold at seven o'clock in the evening Baghdad time eleven am New York time look forward to meeting the eyes of the Iraqi people to consider the amendment of the sensor resolution passed in 1990 put Iraq under Chapter VII.
In particular news told all of Iraq [where] of the United Nations headquarters, the Secretariat of the United Nations published the agenda of today's meeting has included two paragraphs under the heading "The situation between Iraq and Kuwait" are
- Thirty-fifth report of the Secretary-General on paragraph 14 of Security Council Resolution No. 1284 of 1990.
- Letter dated 12 June 2013 addressed to the current UN Security Council permanent representatives of Iraq and Kuwait to the United Nations.
The letter submitted by the delegates on June 12, the day Nah Prime Minister of Kuwait visited Iraq and Touselh solve most of the problems caused by the invasion of the former Iraqi regime of Kuwait in 1990 an offer which agreement the two countries to solve these problems and that he no longer precludes raising the penalty imposed on Iraq in the Security Council resolution.
He has promised to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon display position on the UN Security Council requesting the lifting of international punishment for Iraq.
And looks Iraqis including officials at the highest levels to the meeting hoping to lift you international punishment for Iraq's return to the international community as an independent country peaceful. / End
aWarren0611 » June 27th, 2013, 8:37 am •
Christine Lagarde speaks on MSNBC Morning Joe today (6/27/2013) about the Global Economy is making a comeback and that the US is ahead of other countries in global economy and job growth....I wonder why today????????????????????..
jdtolle » June 27th, 2013, Difficult work
If your work seems too difficult or tedious, make it more meaningful. Connect what you do with who you are, and it won’t seem like work at all.
There’s a reason why you’re doing the work you do. Remind yourself of that reason, and of the benefits your work creates for yourself and for others.
Deep down inside, you long to make a difference. The work you do, the efforts you undertake, give you the opportunity to fulfill that longing.
If there were no benefit to what you’re doing, you wouldn’t be doing it. Remind yourself of why, refresh your sense of purpose, and you’ll make yourself thankful for the opportunity to do whatever you must do.
Imagine how awful it would be if you had no way to matter, no way to make a difference, and no way to positively influence life. The work you do, whether it is your formal job or your chores or any other useful effort, enables you to have the influence you seek.
Instead of worrying about how difficult or monotonous or unpleasant your work might feel, focus on why it matters. Feel the opportunity to make a difference, and delight in being able to do so.
— Ralph Marston May All Have a Blessed Day