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Taiwan's UN Bid Thwarted Again

2003/09/17

The General Committee of the 58th United Nations General Assembly Session decided Wednesday not to consider the so-called "Taiwan's representation in the UN," foiling for the 11th consecutive time Taiwan's attempt to join the world inter-governmental institution.

The decision was announced by Julian R. Hunte, president of the current session of the UN General Assembly, after a long debate on the issue raised by Gambia and a few other countries.

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