2 edition of Ninth report of the Security Council Committee Established in Pursuance of Resolution 253 (1968) Concerning the Question of Southern Rhodesia. found in the catalog.
Ninth report of the Security Council Committee Established in Pursuance of Resolution 253 (1968) Concerning the Question of Southern Rhodesia.
United Nations. Security Council. Committee Established in Pursuance of Resolution 253 (1968) Concerning the Question of Southern Rhodesia.
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Security Council Distr.: General 12 June (E) ** Resolution () Adopted by the Security Council at its st meeting, on 12 June The Security Council, Recalling its previous relevant resolutions, including resolution (), resolution (), resolution (), and, in particular, resolution Security Council Distr.: General 17 June * (E) ** Resolution () Reminding the Committee established pursuant to resolution () (“the Requests the Committee to report orally, through its Chair, at least every.
presented to the Security Council Committee established pursuant to resolution () concerning Sierra Leone, in accordance with paragraph 19 of section B of resolution (). 1. The present report gives an account of the activities of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force (UNDOF) in pursuance of the mandate entrusted to it by the Security Council in resolution () and extended by subsequent resolutions, most recently by resolution () of 26 May
The Security Council, Recalling its resolution () of 28 February , in which it requested the Committee established in pursuance of Security Council resolution () of 29 May to consider ways and means by which the implementation of sanctions might be ensured and to submit a report containing recommendations in this respect, including any suggestions that the Committee . RESOLUTION () Adopted by the Security Council at its st meeting, on 3 April The Security Council, Recalling its resolutions () of 2 August , () of 6 August , () of 9 August , () of 18 August , () of 25 August , () of 13 September , () of
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The Committee comprises all 15 members of the Security Council and makes its decision by consensus. Twenty-ninth session FOURTH COMMITTEE Agenda item 67 QUESTION OF SOUTHERN RHODESIA Draft resolution The General Assembly, Having examined the increasingly critical and deteriorating situation in Southern Rhodesia (Zimbabwe), which the Security Council, in its resolution () of 18 Marchreaffirmed as constituting a threat to international.
Resolution link Resolution Date stability and security of Afghanistan as designated by the Committee on the List established pursuant to resolution (). (Security Council. Report to the Security Council from the Panel of Experts established Pursuant to Resolution () 1 Final Version I.
Executive Summary 1. On 12 Junethe Security Council unanimously adopted resolution () in which it requested the Secretary-General to establish a Panel of Experts mandated to.
The United Nations Security Council passed a series of resolutions condemning Rhodesia’s unilateral declaration of independence (UDI) inculminating in Resolution of imposing.
The Committee wishes to recall the decision of the Security Council in paragraph 6 of resolution () that Member States shall prohibit the entry into their ports of. Research Report. This is Security Council Report’s fifth research report on the rule of law. In it, we continue to explore the Security Council’s work in upholding individual criminal accountability as an aspect of its rule of law agenda in the context of its primary responsibility for maintaining international peace and security.
Security Council resolution () 1. In accordance with paragraph 24(e) of Security Council resolution () of 26 FebruaryI have the honour to report to the Security Council on the work of the Committee established by the same resolution.
The report covers the period from 9 November to 2. In pursuance of paragraph 3 of the above-mentioned resolution, the Secretary-General submitted, on 26 Julya report to the Security Council (S//). In that report, the Secretary-General stated that the Council had condemned all breaches of international humanitarian law in.
Peace and Security. The Security Council has primary responsibility for the maintenance of international peace and security. It has 15 Members, and each Member has one vote. Security Council Resolutions: View full list: 30 March S/RES/ This resolution extended the mandate of the Panel of Experts assisting the work of the Sanctions Committee until 30 April 30 March S/RES/ This resolution renewed the mandate for UNSOM until 30 June.
30 March S/RES/ Report Of The Security Council Committee Established In Pursuance Of Resolution () Concerning The Question Of Southern Rhodesia In Implementation Of Paragraphs 3, 12, And 8 Of Security Council Resolutions (), () And (), Res.
Resolution () Adopted by the Security Council at its st meeting, on 22 December United Nations S/RES/ () Security Council Distr.: General 7 March Resolution () (E) ** Adopted by the Security Council at its nd meeting, on 7 March The Security Council, Recalling its previous relevant resolutions, including resolution ().
(p) To cooperate with other relevant Security Council Sanctions Committees, in particular the Committee established pursuant to resolution (). S/RES/ () 9 Monitoring Team Decides, in order to assist the Committee in fulfilling its mandate, that the Monitoring Team, established pursuant to paragraph 7 of.
In the International Law Commission began to address one of the last major uncodified areas of public international law: how norms of customary law (CIL) are to be identified.
The exercise at the ILC has not been an easy one. States commenting in on the Commission’s “draft conclusions” expressed concerns on a variety of issues.
One of the most contentious was the role of. Conference of 8 Marchand the communiqué of the Peace and Security Council of the African Union of 10 March which established an ad hoc High Level Committee on Libya, Taking note also of the decision of the Council of the League of Arab States of 12 March to call for the imposition of a no-fly zone on Libyan military.
Having considered the second special report of the Committee established in pursuance of resolution () (S/ and Corr.1), Taking note of the letter dated 27 April from the Chairman of the Special Committee on the Situation with regard to the Implementation of the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and.
Taking into accound the fourth report of the Committee established in pursuance of Security Council resolution () and its interim report of 3 DecemberActing in accordance with previous decisions of the Security Council on Southern Rhodesia, taken under Chapter VII of the Charter, 1.
Decides that the committee of the Security Council established in pursuance of resolution (), in accordance with rule 28 of the provisional rules of procedure of the Council, shall be entrusted with responsibility of: (a) Examining such report on the implementation of the present resolution as will be submitted by the Secretary-General.
I. Introduction. 1. The present report is submitted pursuant to paragraph 6 of Security Council resolution (), in which the Council requested me to report, six months after the.United Nations S/RES/ () Security Council Distr.: General 24 March (E) decides in this regard that all States shall notify the Committee established pursuant to paragraph 18 of resolution () (herein “the Committee”) of the entry endorsed by the Security Council in resolution ().
Taking note of the resolution adopted by the Council of Ministers of the Organization of African Unity at its twenty-ninth ordinary session at Libreville, Gabon.