International assistance for the economic rehabilitation of Angola : resolution / adopted by the General Assembly

  • Author: UN General Assembly (45th sess. : 1990-1991)
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  • Date:
    21 December 1990

The General Assembly,

Recalling its resolution 44/168 of 15 December 1989 regarding international assistance for the economic rehabilitation of Angola,

Mindful of Security Council resolutions 387 (1976) of 31 March 1976, 475 (1980) of 27 June 1980, 628 (1989) of 16 January 1989 and other resolutions of the Council, in which the Council, inter alia, requested the international community to render assistance to Angola,

Aware of the difficult economic situation of Angola, which is a result of the aggression and destabilization that prevailed in the country, as well as the current drought,

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

2.         Expresses its appreciation to the international community for the support and assistance it has already rendered to Angola;

3.         Appeals to the international community to render the financial, material and technical assistance necessary for the economic rehabilitation of Angola;

4.         Requests the Secretary-General to mobilize the United Nations system and the international community, with a view to obtaining increased support for the economic rehabilitation of Angola;

5.         Also requests the Secretary-General to report to the General Assembly at its forty-sixth session on the implementation of the present resolution;

6.         Welcomes the decision of the Government of Angola to organize, in 1991, a round-table conference of donors for the rehabilitation and reconstruction of Angola, in co-operation with the United Nations Development Programme, the African Development Bank, the Government of Portugal and other interested countries;

7.         Decides to include in the provisional agenda of its forty-sixth session the item entitled "International assistance for the economic rehabilitation of Angola".


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