COPUOS

March 29, 2015

COPUOS Committee Session – Day 5

Today’s Committee Session held by the COPUOS Committee treated the subject of space sustainability. The Delegates deserve a round of applause, for they have greatly cooperated to create a draft resolution that would ensure, as the Delegation of the United States of America has stated, “the safe use of space by our children”. Furthermore, the […]

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March 29, 2015

South Korea, COPUOS – Press Statement

The Delegate of South Korea,  was kind enough to offer the press a concise statement regarding today’s Committee Session and the resolution, which is based on the topic of space sustainability: “As the Delegate of the Republic of Korea, we believe that our draft resolution on the working paper is really good and we think […]

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March 28, 2015

Interview with the French Delegate – The COPUOS Committee

During the coffee break, the Delegate of France from the COPUOS Committee, Alexandru Selea, gave the press an interview regarding his MUN experience and the expectations that he has both of his Committee and the event in general. Thus, the diplomat states that he had been “to BISMUN the year before this one and also […]

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March 28, 2015

Ukraine Press Statement – The COPUOS Committee

The Delegation of Ukraine, represented by Anastasia Kalogeropoulou, declares that the COPUOS Committee has “reached a conclusion on the topic A regarding planetary defense. We are really pleased that we have cooperated and had some really interesting resolutions. Now we are one our topic B, which will be complex, because sustainability is an issue that […]

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March 28, 2015

Are We Finally Talking about “Alliances” in The COPUOS Committee?

The Russian Federation has finally convinced someone to be its ally: the representative of Kazakhstan has spoken in favor of the Russian Ambassador. The speech was met with an intense round of applause from Russia. What’s more, the two Delegates have created an actual communication line via handwritten messages passed on with the help of […]

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March 28, 2015

Negotiations are getting intense in the COPUOS Committee!

The COPUOS Committee started its session today with a heated debate between France and the Russian Federation on the topic of possible recommendations that the UN should or should not make to space organizations such IAWN or SMPAG. However, the Delegation of Ukraine spoke up and pointed out the fact that the Russian Federation had […]

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March 28, 2015

Chairperson of COPUOS – Press Statement

I was lucky enough to get the beautiful-eyed COPUOS Chair, Cristina Bocan, to offer me a press statement. She feels that it is the “fifth session of the COPUOS and it is so great here! The delegates are doing such a good job, we have a draft resolution and we are now debating upon it. […]

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March 28, 2015

Rumors are spreading from The COPUOS, The Security Council and The HRC Committee

SECURITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE We totally have the BEST committee assistants in the whole conference!! THE COPUOS COMMITTEE  Argentina has orange socks and doesn’t give us mentos. Kazakhstan is not pronounced the way he does. Stop being against, India! Mexico is a Facebook Addicted! China, stop blaming USA for everything! COPUOS, please wake up! Be more […]

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March 27, 2015

Nice visit in COPUOS and SOCHUM today

BISMUN Conference received a couple of guests today: the students of the Avenor College from Bucharest. We have interviewed two young, yet promising children, after they have attended a Committee Session within the COPUOS and SOCHUM Committees. Their names are Ana and Luca and this has been their very first MUN experience. As our guests […]

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March 27, 2015

COPUOS Afternoon Session – Day 3

The COPUOS Committee received an interesting surprise today! A knowledge-hungry group of 7th graders from Avenor College wished to attend the Committee Session. Our delegates warmly welcomed them. The Session’s first participant to take the floor was France, followed by USA and Indonesia, who proposed an unmoderated caucus, with the duration of 15 minutes, on […]

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