DEFINING OF MAIN PRINCIPLES OF INTERNATIONAL RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT WITHIN THE UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE ON TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT (UNCTAD)

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M. Hrebeniuk

V.M. Korets’kyi State and Law Institute

of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine,

Tryokhsvyatytel’s’ka Str. 4, UA – 01001, Kyiv, Ukraine

tel. (044) 278-75-33

The article is devoted to the formation of the right to development as an inalienable part of

modern international law, which is founded on the principles of equality and justice that are

fundamental and fixed in the Charter of UN.

The author examines the activity of the United Nations Conference on Trade and

Development concerning the adoption of international acts which regulate international

economic relations in order to set a balance between the politics of effectiveness and justice

and to assist the developing countries and countries with transitional economy in their economic

development.

Key words: international organizations, international economic relations, principles of

equality and justice, preferences, right to development.

Стаття надійшла до редколегії 01.10.2008

Прийнята до друку 01.11.2008

ВІСНИК ЛЬВІВ. УН-ТУ VISNYK LVIV UNIV.

Серія юридична. 2008. Вип. 47. С. 19–23 Law Series. 2008. № 47. P. 19–23

© Антонув Р., 2008