United Nations
A/INF/55/3 

 

General Assembly 

Distr.: General
21 September 2000 
Original: English


 
Fifty-fifth session

 
Programme of work of the General Assembly

Schedule of plenary meetings 

Note by the President of the General Assembly

1. The present document contains a partial programme of work and schedule of plenary meetings of the General Assembly. Additional scheduling of items will be indicated in addenda to the present document.

 

Date
Agenda item
Wednesday, 27 September a.m.  Report of the Secretary-General on the work of the 
Organization [10] 
Tuesday, 3 October a.m.  Review of the problem of human immunodeficiency 
virus/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome in all its  aspects [179] 
Tuesday, 10 October a.m.  Election of five non-permanent members of the 
Security Council [15 (a)] 
Monday, 16 October a.m.  1. Notification by the Secretary-General under 
Article 12, paragraph 2, of the Charter of the 
United Nations [7] 
  2. Election of seven members of the Committee for 
Programme and Coordination [16 (a)] 
  3. Election of seventeen members of the United 
Nations Commission on International Trade Law 
[16 (b)] 
  4. Bethlehem 2000 [36] 
Tuesday, 17 October p.m.  Report of the Security Council [11] 
Thursday, 19 October a.m.  Elimination of coercive economic measures as a 
means of political and economic compulsion [31] 
Wednesday, 25 October p.m.  1. Cooperation between the United Nations and the 
Organization for Security and Cooperation in 
Europe [29] 
  2. Cooperation between the United Nations and the 
Asian-African Legal Consultative Committee 
[22] 
Thursday, 26 October a.m.  1. Report of the International Court of Justice [13] 
  2. Oceans and the law of the sea [34] 
Monday, 30 October a.m.  1. Cooperation between the United Nations and the 
Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive 
Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization [177] 
  2. Cooperation between the United Nations and the 
Organization of the Islamic Conference [24] 
  3. Cooperation between the United Nations and the 
League of Arab States [25] 
  4. Towards global partnerships [173] 
Tuesday, 31 October a.m.  Implementation of the outcome of the World Summit for Social Development and of the special 
session of the General Assembly in this regard [37] 
Wednesday, 1 November a.m.  Causes of conflict and the promotion of durable peace and sustainable development in Africa [50] 
Thursday, 2 November a.m.  Culture of peace [33] 
Monday, 6 November a.m.  Report of the International Atomic Energy Agency [14] 
Tuesday, 7 November a.m.  1. Cooperation between the United Nations and the 
Organization of African Unity [27] 
  2. Global implications of the year 2000 date conversion problem of computers [44] 
Wednesday, 8 November a.m.  Cooperation between the United Nations and the Inter-Parliamentary Union [26] 
Thursday, 9 November a.m.  Necessity of ending the economic, commercial and 
financial embargo imposed by the United States of 
America against Cuba [35]
Monday, 13 November a.m.  United Nations Year of Dialogue among Civilizations [32] 
Wednesday, 15 November a.m.  Special session of the General Assembly in 2001 for 
follow-up to the World Summit for Children [42] 
Monday, 20 November a.m.  1. Report of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Genocide and Other Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of Rwanda and Rwandan Citizens Responsible for Genocide and Other Such Violations Committed on the Territory of Neighbouring States between 1 January and 31 December 1994 [53] 
  2. Report of the International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia since 1991 [52] 
Wednesday, 29 November p.m.  Question of Palestine [41] 
Thursday, 30 November p.m.  The situation in the Middle East [40] 
 

2. Inscription in the list of speakers for the items listed in the present document is open.
For inscription, please call 963-5063. 
3. Representatives are reminded to submit draft resolutions sufficiently in advance so that Member States will have adequate time to examine them. Furthermore, should a draft resolution have programme budget implications, additional time will be required by the Advisory Committee on Administrative and
Budgetary Questions and the Fifth Committee to review those implications before the draft resolution is acted upon by the General Assembly.