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A/50/368/Add.3


General Assembly

Distr. GENERAL  

5 December 1995

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Fiftieth session
Agenda item 140

UNITED NATIONS DECADE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW

Report of the Secretary-General

Addendum


CONTENTS

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II.  ANALYTICAL PRESENTATION OF REPLIES RECEIVED FROM STATES
  AND INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS ....................................    2

  A.  Promotion of the acceptance of and respect for the
    principles of international law ...................  .   10 bis      2

    1.  Promoting the acceptance of multilateral
        treaties .......................................   10 bis      2

  B.  Promotion of means and methods for the peaceful
    settlement of disputes between     States, including
    resort to and full respect     for the International
    Court of Justice ..................................  .   31 bis      2

    2.  Suggestions by international organizations and
        bodies and national societies for the promotion
        of means and methods for the peaceful settlement
        of disputes between States .....................   31 bis      2

  D.  Encouragement of the teaching, study, dissemination
    and wider appreciation of international law .......     .   90  bis     
2

    8.  Publication by international organizations of
        treaties concluded under their auspices, 
        publication of the United Nations Treaty Series
        and the United Nations Juridical Yearbook ......   90 bis      2

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         II.  ANALYTICAL PRESENTATION OF REPLIES RECEIVED FROM STATES AND
              INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

A.  Promotion of the acceptance of and respect for the principles of
  international law

  1.  Promoting the acceptance of multilateral treaties

10  bis.   The United  Nations Industrial  Development Organization  (UNIDO)
indicated  that, as a  means of  encouraging the  acceptance of multilateral
treaties  and,  in   particular,  the  Convention   on  the  Privileges  and
Immunities  of the United  Nations, it  included in all  its agreements with
member States concerning  the establishment of UNIDO industrial  cooperation
and investment promotion  services a clause confirming the applicability  of
the   above-mentioned  Convention   to   various  aspects   of   the   legal
relationships contemplated in those agreements.

B.Promotion  of means and  methods for  the peaceful  settlement of disputes
between States, including resort to and  full respect for the  International
Court of Justice

  2.Suggestions  by  international  organizations  and  bodies and  national
societies  for  the  promotion  of  means   and  methods  for  the  peaceful
settlement of disputes between States

31 bis.  UNIDO indicated that it encouraged the incorporation, in the  Basic
Cooperation Agreement which it concluded with  member States, of a  standard
disputes settlement clause providing for an arbitration procedure.

D.Encouragement   of   the  teaching,   study,   dissemination   and   wider
appreciation of international law

  8.Publication  by international organizations of  treaties concluded under
their auspices,  publication of  the United  Nations Treaty  Series and  the
United Nations Juridical Yearbook

90 bis.  UNIDO observed that it registered treaties to which it was a  party
with  the Secretariat of  the United Nations in  accordance with Article 102
of the Charter  and that some of  those treaties were subsequently published
in the  United Nations  Treaty Series.   Moreover,  UNIDO contributed  every
year to the United Nations Juridical Yearbook.


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