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- 9/11/2014 At Stocktaking Event, Secretary-General Urges General Assembly to ‘Never Lose Sight’ of Historic Opportunity Crafting Post-2015 Agenda
- 9/10/2014 Marking International Day, Secretary-General Urges All States to Ratify Treaty Banning Nuclear Testing
- 9/10/2014 As Sixty-eighth Session Nears Conclusion, General Assembly Adopts Resolution Incorporating Sustainable Development Goals into Post-2015 Agenda
- 9/9/2014 Mutual Respect, Tolerance for Others Must Be Raised by All, Secretary-General Tells General Assembly Forum on Culture of Peace
- 9/9/2014 Resolution on Sovereign Debt Restructuring Adopted by General Assembly Establishes Multilateral Framework for Countries to Emerge from Financial Commitments