Lima`s declaration and action plan call for a redistribution of global industry so that developing countries will have 25% by the year 2000. To do this, radical changes are recommended in traditional approaches and practices. Economic growth in the poorest countries could no longer be seen as the advantage of growth in rich countries. To bridge the gap between rich and poor countries, developing countries should grow faster than developed countries. To this end, the Lima Declaration defines the “core principles of industrialization” and defines “the means by which the international community as a whole could take comprehensive steps to create a new international economic order.” An intergovernmental commission drafted a constitution that was adopted in Vienna in 1979. However, the objections and doubts of industrialized countries about the need for a specialized agency have contributed to delaying the ratification process. In order to ensure the entry into force of the new organisation, which essentially counts all the major states, the General Assembly called, through the resolutions adopted in 1982 and 1984, for a series of formal consultations between the future Member States, which ultimately led to a general agreement on the entry into force of the new UNIDO Constitution. All the necessary formal requirements were met in 1985 and in December of the same year UNIDO became the sixteenth UN special agency, headquartered in Vienna. 2.7 Condemn the Israeli military attack on seagoing vessels carrying humanitarian aid to Gaza (“Freedom Flotilla”), which has resulted in civilian casualties in violation of international law provisions to protect navigation in international waters, as well as international agreements, principles and humanitarian rights, and consider that these violations hinder the prospect of a peaceful solution to conflicts in the Middle East. Welcomes the report of the Human Rights Council`s independent fact-finding mission to investigate violations of international law, including international humanitarian law and human rights law, resulting from the Israeli attack on the “freedom flotilla”.
2.3 Arab countries greatly appreciate the position of the South American countries, which have recognized the State of Palestine as the capital on the pre-1967 borders with East Jerusalem and invite other countries to follow suit. welcomes the support of the South American countries, which presented, on 23 September 2011, to UNITED Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, the request of Palestine presented on 23 September 2011 to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon for the accession of Palestine as a member of the United Nations State on the basis of the 4 June 1967 borders with East Jerusalem as a measure that will contribute to the realization of the right of the Palestinian people to self-determination and the realization of peace in the Middle East.