Assistance to Mozambique : resolution / adopted by the General Assembly.
|Publisher||UN General Assembly|
|Author||UN General Assembly (41st sess. : 1986-1987)|
|Publication Date||8 December 1986|
|Citation / Document Symbol||A/RES/41/197|
|Cite as||UN General Assembly, Assistance to Mozambique : resolution / adopted by the General Assembly., 8 December 1986, A/RES/41/197, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/3b00eff468.html [accessed 2 May 2016]|
The General Assembly,
Recalling Security Council resolution 386 (1976) of 17 March 1976 and General Assembly resolutions 31/43 of 1 December 1976, 32/95 of 13 December 1977, 33/126 of 19 December 1978, 34/129 of 14 December 1979, 35/99 of 5 December 1980, 36/215 of 17 December 1981, 37/161 of 17 December 1982, 38/208 of 20 December 1983, 39/199 of 17 December 1984 and 40/232 of 17 December 1985,
Considering that Mozambique still ranks among the first fifteen countries most in need of international special assistance in the world, according to the report of the Secretary-General and the report of the Secretary-General on the activities of the Office of the United Nations Disaster Relief Co-ordinator,
1. Expresses its appreciation to the Secretary-General for the measures he has taken to organize an international economic assistance programme for Mozambique;
2. Also expresses its appreciation for the assistance provided to Mozambique by various States and regional and international organizations and humanitarian institutions;
3. Appeals to the international community to continue to provide adequate financial, material and technical assistance to Mozambique;
4. Requests the Secretary-General, in accordance with the provisions of General Assembly resolution 41/192 of 8 December 1986:
(a) To continue his efforts to mobilize the necessary financial, technical and material assistance to Mozambique;
(b) To keep the situation in Mozambique under constant review, to maintain close contact with Member States, the specialized agencies, regional and other intergovernmental organizations, international financial institutions and other bodies concerned, and to apprise the Economic and Social Council, at its second regular session of 1988, of the current status of the special programme of economic assistance for Mozambique;
(c) To prepare, on the basis of consultations with the Government of Mozambique, a report on the development of the economic situation and the implementation of the special programme of economic assistance for that country in time for the matter to be considered by the General Assembly at its forty-third session.