How many countries participated in first NAM summit?
The movement held its First Summit Conference in Belgrade, former Yugoslavia, from September 1 to 6, 1961, and was attended by 29 countries. Currently, the movement has 120 members, 17 observer States and 9 observer Organizations.
What was the theme of 16 NAM summit in 2012?
The summit’s final declaration ratified on 31 August by the 120 members of NAM, emphasizes on the right of all countries to develop and use of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes and notably singles out Iran.
Which NAM summit was held in India?
7th Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement
|7th Summit Conference of Heads of State or Government of the Non-Aligned Movement|
|: Member states : Observers : Guests : Rejected participation|
|Date||7–12 March 1983|
Which of the following countries is not a member of NAM?
Britain is not a member of NAM.
How many observer countries does NAM have?
17 Observer Countries
At present, the Movement has 120 Member States, 17 Observer Countries and 10 Observer organizations.
Where was 17th NAM Summit held?
The 17th NAM Summit was held in Venezuela in 2016.
Where and when was the 7th NAM summit held?
At the seventh summit held in New Delhi in March 1983, the movement described itself as “history’s biggest peace movement”. The movement places equal emphasis on disarmament. NAM’s commitment to peace pre-dates its formal institutionalisation in 1961.
How many countries are in the NAM?
|Non-Aligned Movement (NAM)|
|Countries of the Non-Aligned Movement. Light blue denotes countries with observer status.|
|Coordinating Bureau||United Nations New York City, New York, U.S.|
|Membership||120 member states 18 states (observers) 10 international organisations|
Is India part of NAM?
In 2019, India was represented at the 18th NAM summit by its vice president and external affairs minister. In May 2020, the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi participated in a NAM virtual summit.
Which country has observer status in NAM?
The successor states of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia have expressed little interest in membership, though Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina have observer status.