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Non-Aligned Movement Summit

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19th NAM Summit
When
January 2024
Where
Kampala, Uganda
Who
Host
Uganda
Chair
Uganda (2024-2027)
India's Representative
Dr. S Jaishankar (External Affairs Minister)
Membership
120 Member States
Including Palestine
17 Observer Countries
10 Observer Organizations
Founding Members
Yugoslavia, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Ghana
Founders
Josip Broz Tito, Gamal Abdel Nasser
Jawaharlal Nehru, Sukarno, Kwame Nkrumah
What
Initial Purpose
Represent interests of developing nations
Avoid alignment with Western or Soviet blocs
Post-Cold War Mission
Focus on South-South cooperation
Independent collaboration platform
Agenda and Participants
Senior Officials Meeting
January 15-16, 2024
Draft Kampala Final Outcome Document discussion
Ministerial Meeting
January 17-18, 2024
Committee on Palestine
Document adoption for Heads of State
Heads of State and Government Summit
January 19-20, 2024
Plenary Sessions
Final document adoption
Closing Ceremony

In simple terms, the NAM Summit is a gathering of nations that prefer not to align themselves with major power blocks like NATO or the former Soviet Union. Founded during the Cold War, its purpose was to give a voice to developing countries and maintain their independence in international affairs. The 19th NAM Summit in Uganda reflects the continued significance of this movement, with its focus on South-South cooperation and providing a platform for independent collaboration among nations. Representatives from across the world, including India’s External Affairs Minister, Dr. S Jaishankar, will discuss various global issues, with the outcomes impacting both the member states and the broader international community.

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