Counter-Terrorism (CTC)

March 28, 2016

Press Statement from the delegate of UK in CTC

“Despite the trials and difficulties faced by our committee, The Counter Terrorism Committee has shown the great spirit of cooperation which the UN embodies. All the delegations have shown great support towards finding a conclusive, fair and agreeable solution to our threat which is ISIS, Whatever the outcome, the delegation of United Kingdom is honored […]

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March 27, 2016

CTC – Changing the world by sticking together

It was a very exciting day for the Counter-Terrorism Committee. After intense discussion over all the points from the study guide, our dear delegates started to write the draft resolution. Seeing the delicate nature of the subject, a sensible strategy was a must in creating the draft. Fortunately, all the delegations realized that in order […]

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March 27, 2016

Press statement of the delegate of Russian Federation in the CTC

The delegate of the Russian Federation from Counter Terrorism Committee want to say us:  “Russia has been allied with Bashar al-Assad and we will be in a new future. We think that anything against Bashar al-Assad would be totally disagreed.” “Russia Federation is not a country to be joked with” “There are already some discussions […]

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March 26, 2016

Press Statement from the USA’s delegate in the CTC

Another day, another declaration about the situation from the Counter Terrorism Committee. The delegate of the United States said: “The debate is going well. We found some solutions, but the best is yet to come. We should all cooperate to find solutions against our enemy, ISIS.” “We would to like apologize for a mistake that […]

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March 26, 2016

CTC – HAS TERROR GONE SOCIAL?

The morning debates of the CTC sessions found the Delegates highly engaged in tackling aspects such as the financing and the propaganda of ISIS. Sometimes described as the world’s richest terrorist group, The Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham has famously raised tremendous amounts of money through means such as oil smuggling, extensive criminal enterprises, […]

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March 26, 2016

Joint session of CTC and Crisis Committee – Keynote Speaker-Mr Dumitru Valentin, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Representative

At the joint session of the Counter-Terrorism Committee and Crisis Committee, we had the great privilege of having as a keynote speaker, Mr Dumitru Valentin, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Representative. Our distinguished speaker provided the participants with a timetable of the main aspects which must be taken into account when addressing the ISIS threat and […]

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March 25, 2016

Counter Terrorism – Slowly but surely we will find solutions

In the second day, the delegates of the Counter Terrorism Committee resumed the discussions carried yesterday and brought new elements in their search for combating terrorism. They finally realized that only by cooperating in every field will they have a real chance to come up with real solutions to their problems. First of all, they […]

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March 25, 2016

France’s Press Statement in the Counter-Terrorism Committee

In the Counter-Terrorism Committee, the delegate of France had the following declaration: We had intense negotiations. The nature of ISIS has been discussed, and we found some common ground” “ISIS is not a state although it is acting like one, but we need to remember that it is still a terrorist organization” “We are trying […]

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March 25, 2016

ISIS: ”The Hydra that won’t die”

In the first day of the Counter Terrorism Committee, the delegates didn’t hesitate to promote the national agenda of their respective countries. In the majority of cases they were prompt and provided solid arguments regarding the first topic. The delegate of the United States of America compared terrorism with the “Hydra”, the mythical Greek creature. […]

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March 24, 2016

Is One Man’s Terrorist Another Man’s Freedom Fighter?

Given the fact that the Islamic State’s June 2014 announcement of a ‘caliphate’ is not empty rhetoric anymore, the Keynote Speaker and the Representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Valentin Dumitru began its opening statement at the Joint Session of the Counter-Terrorism and Crisis Committees by outlining some basic aspects of ISIS. Also, […]

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