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G77

abbreviation for
Group of Seventy-Seven
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Kathryn Hochstetler, "The G-77, BASIC, and Global Climate Governance: A New Era in Multilateral Environmental Negotiations," Revista Brasileira de Relaqoes Internacionais 55 (2012): 53-69, at 64-65.
He continued to say, "The G-77 has allowed the Southern part of the world to speak with a common voice.
Hammered out in previous meetings, the G-77 document sets forth ambitious new commitments to reduce poverty and inequality, foster sustainable development, protect sovereignty over natural resources and promote fair trade and technology transfers.
Iran currently holds the rotating presidency of NAM, while Fiji chairs the G-77.
According to a cable released by the Wikileaks in October 2009, "Amano reminded [the] ambassador on several occasions that he would need to make concessions to the G-77 [the developing countries group], which correctly required him to be fair-minded and independent, but that he was solidly in the US court on every key strategic decision, from high-level personnel appointments to the handling of Iran's alleged nuclear weapons program.
Al-Rashed stressed Syria's support and commitment to the just issues of the G-77, China and the friendly countries of the UNESCO and the recommendations of the independent external evaluation of UNESCO.
On the sidelines of the event, Karti will take part in meetings of Arab and Pacific nations foreign ministers, Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), Non-Aligned movement (NAM) and G-77.
In the ceremony held at the UN headquarters in New York for Yemen's handover the presidency of the G-77 and China to Argentina, Ban Ki-moon noted that the last year witnessed a continuation of many economic, social and environmental problems and the Group has supported the UN in its efforts to find successful solutions.
the G-77, thought that the HRC's ability to criticize individual
And not just them, but also the G-77 and the China group as a whole.
AoAuLumumba Di-Aping, chief negotiator for China and the G-77 group of nations at the climate conference in Copenhagen, putting a rhetorical question to the US Congress.
In contrast, the G-77 (first formed in 1964, it is now made up of 132 countries) is an alliance formed by nations in the Global South to advocate collectively for the interests of developing countries.