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The G-77 is the largest intergovernmental organization of developing countries in the United Nations.
China, which is not a G-77 member, is participating in the summit, partly in a nod to its expanding trade ties in Latin America, although President Xi Jinping will not attend.
The G-77 was founded on June 15, 1964 by the "Joint Declaration of the Seventy-Seven Countries," which was issued at the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD).
For his part, Argentina's ambassador expressed his country's recognition of distinct leadership and performance of Yemen during the presidency of the G-77 and China.
United States, the WEOG, the G-77, and Latin American states.
is meeting sharp resistance from the so-called G-77 countries -- the old Non-Aligned Movement -- to even the most elementary efforts to bring administrative discipline to the U.
Japan does, the EU (European Union) does and also a number of other countries, including some members of the G-77,'' he added, referring a group of developing countries.
Six months ago, neither Northern environmental NGOs nor the G-77 would talk much about developing country commitments--they were just too hot a topic, with too high a potential for squirreling the whole deal.
Practically speaking, the G-77 may comprise sufficient membership in the Security Council to prevent a mandate's passage, and it may threaten to withhold significant numbers of peacekeeping troops.
The G-77 came out of the Johannesburg meeting relatively satisfied that rich countries are obligated to provide "new and additional financial resources," especially to least developed countries and small island states.
Also, the G-77 composed of about 147 Third World countries was disbanded.