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Minority votes in the General Assembly

Sometimes these votes highlight an issue where there is a difference from the majority of the international community.

Togo…

voted with 4 other nations (out of 161) to abstain on The amendment. 13 December 1996
voted with 6 other nations (out of 121) to abstain on The third preambular paragraph of draft resolution A/54/L.21/Rev.1. 15 November 1999
voted with 9 other nations (out of 131) to abstain on The eleventh preambular paragraph. 1 November 1995
voted with 13 other nations (out of 159) to abstain on Operative paragraph 2 of draft resolution I. 23 December 1994
voted with 13 other nations (out of 164) to abstain on Draft resolution I as a whole (resolution 49/196). 23 December 1994
voted with 13 other nations (out of 164) to abstain on Draft resolution I as a whole (resolution 50/70 I). 12 December 1995
voted with 14 other nations (out of 162) to abstain on Draft resolution H (resolution 52/38 H). 9 December 1997
voted with 16 other nations (out of 158) to abstain on Operative paragraph 4 of draft resolution I. 23 December 1994
voted with 16 other nations (out of 122) to abstain on The amendment. 25 November 1997
voted with 17 other nations (out of 134) to abstain on Operative paragraph 7. 12 November 1997
voted with 17 other nations (out of 160) to abstain on The draft resolution (resolution 49/43).[Subsequently, the delegation of Bhutan advised the Secretariat that it had intended to vote in favour; the delegation of Gambia had intended to abstain.] 9 December 1994
was absent with 18 other nations when 172 voted Operative paragraph 1 of draft resolution XXII. 8 December 2005
was absent with 19 other nations when 172 voted The oral amendment. 18 December 2008
was absent with 19 other nations when 172 voted The oral amendment. 18 December 2008
was absent with 19 other nations when 171 voted Operative paragraph 4. 8 December 2005
voted with 19 other nations (out of 123) to abstain on The motion for no action was carried by 96 votes to 7, with 20 abstentions. 14 December 2001
voted with 19 other nations (out of 165) to abstain on Draft resolution VI (resolution 50/193). 22 December 1995
voted with 19 other nations (out of 166) to abstain on Operative paragraph 3. 10 December 1996
voted with 19 other nations (out of 135) to abstain on The amendment. 7 December 1998
was absent with 21 other nations when 169 voted Operative paragraph 7. 20 December 2004

Ambassadors

People who have spoken in the General Assembly or Security Council in the name of Togo. Sometimes ministers or heads of state take the place of the official ambassador of the day.

NameSpeechesFirstLast
Mr. Alassounouma 1 7 October 1994 7 October 1994
Mr. Atsou 1 6 October 2005 6 October 2005
Mr. Ayeva 3 20 September 2005 27 September 2007
Mr. Boroze 1 18 September 2006 18 September 2006
Mr. Esaw 2 24 November 1999 27 September 2008
President Eyadema 1 12 September 2000 12 September 2000
President Eyadéma 1 7 September 2000 7 September 2000
President Gnassingbé 2 16 September 2005 10 June 2008
Mr. Koffigoh 3 29 September 1998 1 October 1999
Mr. Korga 3 12 October 2006 18 October 2007
Mr. Kpotsra 15 10 November 1998 18 March 2003
Mr. Menan 10 15 November 1999 21 September 2007
Mr. Osseyi 2 16 October 1995 4 December 1995
Mr. Panou 5 2 October 1996 16 September 2002
Mr. Péré 1 23 October 1995 23 October 1995
Mr. Ta’ama 1 25 January 1996 25 January 1996
Mr. Tozoun 2 30 September 2003 28 September 2004
Mr. Yentchabre 2 25 September 1995 27 June 2005
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