Relations between States and intergovernmental organizations

1289. Relations between States and intergovernmental organizations

The General Assembly, Taking note of paragraph 51 of the report of the International Law Commission covering the work of its tenth session,[1] which refers to ad hoc diplomacy and, in particular, to diplomatic conferences, and of paragraph 52 of the same report, which refers to relations between States and international organizations, Considering the importance and development international organizations, Considering the observations made by Governments at the twelfth and thirteenth sessions of the General Assembly, particularly on the question referred to in paragraph 52 of the report, Invites the International Law Commission to give further consideration to the question of relations between States and inter-governmental international organizations at the appropriate time, after study of diplomatic intercourse and immunities, consular intercourse and immunities and ad hoc diplomacy has been completed by the United Nations and in the light of the results of that study and of the discussion in the General Assembly. 782nd plenary meeting,
5 December 1958.

[1] Official Records of the General Assembly, Thirteenth Session, Supplement No. 9 (A/3859 and Corr.1).

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