Here are the main goals and objectives that guide the international relations of the members of the Non-Aligned Movement, founded in the spirit of the Bandung Conference in 1955.
Respect of fundamental human rights and of the objectives and principles of the Charter of the United Nations.
Respect for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of all nations.
Recognition of the equality among all races and of the equality among all nations, both large and small.
Non-intervention or non-interference into the internal affairs of another -country.
Respect of the right of every nation to defend itself, either individually or collectively, in conformity with the Charter of the United Nations.
Non-use of collective defense pacts to benefit the specific interests of any of the great powers.
Refraining from acts or threats of aggression and use of force in against the territorial integrity or political independence of any country. Non-use of pressures by any country against other countries.
Settlement of all international disputes by peaceful means, such as negotiation, conciliation, arbitration or judicial settlement as well as other peaceful means of the parties’ own choice, in conformity with the Charter of the United Nations.
Promotion of mutual interest and cooperation.
Respect for justice and international obligations.