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Documents are arranged according to official UN symbols. General Assembly documents, for example, are assigned the unique symbol ‘A’, and are further identified by session and document number. Hence, typing in in a web browser will allow you to bypass additional Official Document System related search steps and will result in immediate access to the specific GA document.

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