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A/RES/50/14


General Assembly

Distr. GENERAL  
50th session
22 November 1995


Fiftieth session
Agenda item 25

RESOLUTION ADOPTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
[without reference to a Main Committee (A/50/L.16)]

50/14. Cooperation between the United Nations and the Latin American Economic System

The General Assembly,

Recalling its resolution 49/6 of 21 October 1994 on cooperation
between the United Nations and the Latin American Economic System,

Having considered the report of the Secretary-General of 18
September 1995 on cooperation between the United Nations and the Latin
American Economic System, 1/

Bearing in mind the Agreement between the United Nations and the
Latin American Economic System, in which the parties agree to
strengthen and expand their cooperation in matters which are of common
concern in the field of their respective competence pursuant to their
constitutional instruments,

Considering that the Economic Commission for Latin America and
the Caribbean has developed ties of cooperation with the Latin
American Economic System which have grown stronger in recent years,

Bearing in mind also that the Permanent Secretariat of the Latin
American Economic System has carried out several programmes with the
support of the United Nations Development Programme in areas that are
considered of priority for the economic development of the region,

Considering also that the Latin American Economic System is
developing joint activities with the specialized agencies and other
organizations and programmes of the United Nations system, such as the
United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, the United Nations
Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, the United Nations
Industrial Development Organization, the World Meteorological
Organization, the World Health Organization, the World Intellectual
Property Organization, the United Nations Environment Programme, the
Department for Economic and Social Information and Policy Analysis of
the Secretariat, the Office of the United Nations Disaster Relief
Coordinator, the United Nations Institute for Training and Research
and the International Telecommunication Union,

Welcoming the continued monitoring of changes in the treatment of
topics relating to the United Nations system, in close contact with
the delegations of the Member States participating in such
deliberations,

1. Takes note with satisfaction of the report of the Secretary-
General;

2. Urges the Economic Commission for Latin America and the
Caribbean to continue broadening and deepening its coordination and
mutual support activities with the Latin American Economic System;

3. Urges the United Nations Development Programme to strengthen
and expand its support to the programmes that the Permanent
Secretariat of the Latin American Economic System is carrying out,
aimed at complementing the technical assistance activities conducted
by the Latin American Economic System;

4. Urges the specialized agencies and other organizations and
programmes of the United Nations system to continue and intensify
their support for, and cooperation in the activities of, the Latin
American Economic System;

5. Requests both the Secretary-General of the United Nations
and the Permanent Secretary of the Latin American Economic System to
assess, at the appropriate time, the implementation of the Agreement
between the United Nations and the Latin American Economic System and
to report thereon to the General Assembly at its fifty-second session;

6. Requests the Secretary-General to submit to the General
Assembly at its fifty-second session a report on the implementation of
the present resolution.

60th plenary meeting
15 November 1995

Note

1/ A/50/438.


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