United Nations


General Assembly

Distr. GENERAL  

3 February 1997


Fifty-first session
Agenda item 96 (c)


           [on the report of the Second Committee (A/51/604/Add.3)]

            51/175.     Integration of the economies in
                        transition into the world economy

      The General Assembly,

      Reaffirming its resolutions 47/187 of 22 December 1992, 48/181 of
21 December 1993 and 49/106 of 19 December 1994,

      Reaffirming also the need for the full integration of the
countries with economies in transition into the world economy,

      Noting the progress made in these countries in achieving
macroeconomic stabilization in the course of structural reforms, which
require more active investment policies,

      Noting also the aspiration of the countries with economies in
transition towards the further development of regional and
interregional cooperation,

      Recognizing the need to ensure favourable conditions for market
access of exports from these countries, in accordance with
multilateral trading agreements,

      1.    Takes note of the report of the Secretary-General; 1/

      2.    Welcomes the measures undertaken by the organizations of the
United Nations system to implement resolution 49/106, and calls upon
those organizations to continue to conduct analytical activities and
to provide policy advice and technical assistance to the economies in
transition on the social and political framework for economic and
market reforms, in particular in regard to the development of the
necessary conditions for attracting foreign investments;

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

                                                          86th plenary meeting
                                                              16 December 1996


1/    A/51/285.


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