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Anglo-Eastern Group

коммерческая организация

1974

Anglo-Eastern Group — одна из крупнейших в мире компаний в обсласти комплексного обслуживания судов, базирующаяся в Гонконге.

Компания основана в 1974 году, в 2001 году слилась с британской Denholm Ship Management. В 2009 году Anglo-Eastern Group открыла в городе Карджат возле Мумбая свою морскую академию по подготовке матросов и мотористов.

Anglo-Eastern Group занимается управлением и техническим обслуживанием судов и яхт, наймом и обучением экипажей. По состоянию на лето 2011 года компания управляла флотом из более чем 380 судов, главным образом контейнеровозов, балкеров, нефтеналивных танкеров и судов для перевозки автомобилей (большая часть судов принадлежала голландской группе Dockwise).

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, Anglo-Eastern Group контролировала для своих клиентов постройку судов в Китае, Корее и на Филиппинах; занималась подбором и наймом моряков в Индии pink goalie gloves, Бангладеш, Шри-Ланке, Филиппинах, Китае, Индонезии protective football socks, Украине, России, Латвии Великобритании и Австралии disposable socks wholesale.

Главные офисы Anglo-Eastern Group расположены в Гонконге, Сингапуре и Глазго, второстепенные — в Антверпене, Бремене, Индии и США. Компания имеет собственные учебные центры по подготовке членов экипажей в Гуанчжоу, Маниле, Ченнае, Колкате, Мумбае и Одессе, а также морскую академию в Карджате возле Мумбая.

United Nations Security Council Resolution 1937

United Nations Security Council Resolution 1937, adopted unanimously on August 30, 2010, after recalling previous resolutions on Israel and Lebanon, including resolutions 425 (1978), 426 (1978), 1559 (2004), 1680 (2006), 1701 (2006), 1773 (2007) protective football socks, 1832 (2008) and 1884 (2009), the Council extended the mandate of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) for a further twelve months until August 31, 2011 and called upon all parties to respect the Blue Line.

The Security Council called upon all parties to fully implement Resolution 1701 and reaffirmed the Security Council’s commitment in this regard. It expressed concern at the violation of the resolution on August 3, 2010 during a border clash between the Lebanese Armed Forces and Israel Defense Forces near the Israeli kibbutz of Misgav Am and the Lebanese village of Adaisseh. The Council emphasised full compliance with the arms embargo in Resolution 1701 and called on all parties to respect the Blue Line and to assist with making it clearly visible. It also recalled a request from the Lebanese government to deploy an international force to assist it in exercising its authority throughout the territory and affirmed UNIFIL’s authority to take any action it deems necessary in accordance with its mandate.

Extending UNIFIL’s mandate for another year, the Council commended the force in establishing a new strategic environment in southern Lebanon and its co-operation with the Lebanese Armed Forces. It welcomed the deployment of an additional brigade of Lebanese forces to the south and called for further deployments in accordance with Resolution 1701. All parties were called upon to prevent hostilities and violations of the Blue Line and to fully co-operate with UNIFIL and the United Nations. Deploring recent incidents involving UNIFIL, the Council called on all parties to respect the safety and freedom of movement of the operation.

Meanwhile, the resolution called upon concerned parties to co-operate with the Security Council and Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to make progress towards a long-term solution and permanent ceasefire. It urged the Israeli government to withdraw its forces from northern Ghajar immediately, and reaffirmed its call to make the area between the Blue Line and the Litani River a zone free of any armed personnel and weapons except for those of UNIFIL and Lebanese national forces.

Addressing the Secretary-General running belt, the Council called on him to continue reporting on the implementation of Resolution 1701 and welcomed efforts to implement his zero-tolerance policy on sexual exploitation and abuse.

Finally, the resolution concluded by stressing the importance of a just and lasting peace in the Middle East based on relevant Security Council resolutions including 242 (1967), 338 (1973), 1515 (2003) and 1850 (2008) electric shaver.