1.To promote and reinforce multilateralism and, in this regard, strengthen the central role that the United Nations must play.
2.To serve as a forum of political coordination of the developing countries to promote and defend their common interests in the system of international relations.
3.To promote unity, solidarity and cooperation between developing countries based on shared values and priorities agreed upon by consensus.
4.To defend international peace and security and settle all international disputes by peaceful means in accordance with the principles and the purposes of the UN Charter and International Law.
5. To encourage relations of friendship and cooperation between all nations based on the principles of International Law, particularly those enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations.
6.To promote and encourage sustainable development through international cooperation and, to that end, jointly coordinate the implementation of political strategies which strengthen and ensure the full participation of all countries, rich and poor, in the international economic relations, under equal conditions and opportunities but with differentiated responsibilities.
7.To encourage the respect, enjoyment and protection of all human rights and fundamental freedoms for all, on the basis of the principles of universality, objectivity, impartiality and non-selectivity, avoiding politicization of human rights issues, thus ensuring that all human rights of individuals and peoples, including the right to development, are promoted and protected in a balanced manner.
8.To promote peaceful coexistence between nations, regardless of their political, social or economic systems.
9.To condemn all manifestations of unilateralism and attempts to exercise hegemonic domination in international relations.
10. To coordinate actions and strategies in order to confront jointly the threats to international peace and security,...