Where can I find statements made by Barbados during the General Debate of the United Nations General Assembly?
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Representatives of Barbados have delivered statements at the following General Debates of the General Assembly:

71st sess. [2016, 24 Sept.]: Statement by Minister for Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Maxine Pamela Ometa McClean

70th sess. [2015, 2 Oct.]: A/70/PV.25*: Prime Minister Freundel Stuart

69th sess. [2014]: A/69/PV.20: Maxine Pamela Ometa McClean

68th sess. [2013]: A/68/PV.22: Maxine Pamela Ometa McClean

67th sess. [2012]: A/67/PV.19: Maxine Pamela Ometa McClean

66th sess. [2011, 24 Sept.]: A/66/PV.22*: Prime Minister Freundel Stuart

65th sess. [2010]: A/65/PV.22: Maxine Pamela Ometa McClean

2010, 21 Sept.: A/65/PV.6: Maxine Pamela Ometa McClean (High-level Plenary Meeting on the Millennium Development Goals)

64th sess. [2009]: A/64/PV.12: Maxine Pamela Ometa McClean

63rd sess. [2008, 26 Sept.]: A/63/PV.12*: Prime Minister David Thompson

62nd sess. [2007]: A/62/PV.16: Billie Miller

61st sess. [2006]: A/61/PV.18: Billie Miller

60th sess. [2005]: A/60/PV.21: Billie Miller

2005, 14 Sept.: A/60/PV.4*: Prime Minister Owen Seymour Arthur

59th sess. [2004]: A/59/PV.12: Billie Miller

58th sess. [2003]: A/58/PV.14: Billie Miller

2003, 22 Sept.: A/58/PV.3*: Prime Minister Owen Seymour Arthur

57th sess. [2002]: A/57/PV.16: Billie Miller

56th sess. [2001]: A/56/PV.55: Billie Miller

55th sess. [2000]: A/55/PV.13: Billie Miller

2000, 6 Sept.: A/55/PV.4: Deputy Prime Minister Billie Miller (United Nations Millennium Summit)

54th sess. [1999, 30 Sept.]: A/54/PV.18: Deputy Prime Minister Billie Miller

53rd sess. [1998]: A/53/PV.20: Carlston Boucher

52nd sess. [1997]: A/52/PV.25: Deputy Prime Minister Billie Miller

51st sess. [1996]: A/51/PV.20: Deputy Prime Minister Billie Miller

1995, 23 Oct.: A/50/PV.38*: Prime Minister Owen Arthur (Commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the United Nations)

50th sess. [1995]: A/50/PV.22: Billie Miller

49th sess. [1994]: A/49/PV.24: Billie Miller 

48th sess. [1993]: A/48/PV.26: Branford Taitt

47th sess. [1992]: A/47/PV.27: M. King

46th sess. [1991]: A/46/PV.24: M. King

45th sess. [1990]: A/45/PV.27: M. King

1990, 22 Feb.: A/S-17/PV.5: R.N. Barrow

44th sess. [1989]: A/44/PV.26: M. King

43rd sess. [1988]: A/43/PV.20: Dame Nita Barrow

1988, 7 June: A/S-15/PV.11*: Prime Minister L. Erskine Sandiford

42nd sess. [1987, 2 Oct.]: A/42/PV.23*: Prime Minister L. Erskine Sandiford

41st sess. [1986]: A/41/PV.22: C. Tudor

40th sess. [1985]: A/40/PV.21: N. Barrow 

39th sess. [1984]: A/39/PV.27: Louis Tull

38th sess. [1983]: A/38/PV.16: Louis Tull

37th sess. [1982]: A/37/PV.26: Louis Tull

36th sess. [1981]: A/36/PV.11: Louis Tull

35th sess. [1980]: A/35/PV.27: Henry deBoulay Forde

34th sess. [1979]: A/34/PV.28: Henry deBoulay Forde

33rd sess. [1978]: A/33/PV.23: Henry deBoulay Forde

32nd sess. [1977]: A/32/PV.21: Henry deBoulay Forde

31st sess. [1976, 11 Oct.]: A/31/PV.26*: Prime Minister John M. G. M. Adams

30th sess. [1975]: A/PV.2362: George C.R. Moe

1975, 3 Sept.: A/PV.2330*: Prime Minister Earl Walton Barrow

29th sess. [1974]: A/PV.2254: George C.R. Moe

27th sess. [1972]: A/PV.2049: George C.R. Moe

1970, 14 Oct.: A/PV.1866*: Prime Minister Earl Walton Barrow

24th sess. [1969]: A/PV.1784: J. Cameron Tudor

23rd sess. [1968]: A/PV.1702: J. Cameron Tudor

22nd sess. [1967, 6 Oct.]: A/PV.1583*: Prime Minister Earl Walton Barrow

Note: An asterisk [*] indicates a statement made by a Head of State or Government or a dignitary. Symbols in parentheses indicates right of reply. Symbols where no session information is given indicates that the statement was delivered during a High Level Meeting.

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