668th Meeting of Special Committee Against Apartheid: Address by Nelson Mandela

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24-Sep-1993 00:33:27
Nelson Mandela addresses General Assembly at 668th meeting of the Special Committee Against Apartheid.

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In welcoming the President of the African National Congress of South Africa, Mr. Mandela has symbolized the spirit of resistance to racial oppression in South Africa but had also become the moral conscience of the world and the embodiment of the finest in the human spirit in the universal struggle for peace, justice and freedom. In his lifelong struggle for freedom, Mr. Mandela had not only contributed to the elimination of the pillars of apartheid and the advancement of democracy, human rights and social justice in South Africa, but had set an example through his statesmanship that would further the cause of freedom and democracy in other parts of the world.

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A/AC.115/SR.668
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