The adverse consequences for the enjoyment of human rights of political, economic and other forms of assistance given to colonial and racist regimes in southern Africa

6 (XXXIV). Question of the violation of human rights and fundamental freedoms in any part of the world, with particular reference to colonial and, other dependent countries and territories[1]35

The Commission, having regard to the decisions it took at its thirty-third session concerning alleged situations of violations of human rights in particular countries, decided to express its appreciation to the Secretary-General for responding to the requests addressed to him by the Commission.

[1]35 Adopted at the 1470th meeting, on 7 March 1978, See chap. X.
Adopted at the 1451st meeting, 22 Feb. 1978. / In: Report of the Commission on Human Rights, 34th session. - E/1978/34. - 1978. - p. 109-110. - (ESCOR, 1978, Suppl. no. 4).

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