General Assembly Resolution # 221
A resolution to reduce barriers to free trade and commerce.
Recognizing the value of international trade to national economies and populations,
Seeking to promote multilateral trade negotiations between all World Assembly member nations,
The General Assembly,
Declares that multilateral trade negotiations must be hosted at the World Assembly at least once every ten years, with the mandate of reducing protectionist measures between all member nations;
Mandates that the World Assembly Trade Commission provide any financial or logistical assistance that is reasonably required to host these negotiations;
Requires that all member nations send at least one qualified delegate to these negotiations;
Further requires that, during these negotiations, delegates make a good faith attempt to cooperate with other delegates in order to come to mutually beneficial agreements which are in the best interests of all national populations involved;
Notes that any agreement arising from these negotiations is binding on all member nations which consent to that agreement.