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Provisional Agenda Of The Sixty-sixth Regular Session Of The UN General Assembly

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General Assembly Distr.: General

15 July 2011

Original: English

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Sixty-sixth session

Provisional agenda of the sixty-sixth regular session of the

General Assembly**

To convene at United Nations Headquarters, New York, on

Tuesday, 13 September 2011, at 3 p.m.

1. Opening of the session by the President of the General Assembly (rule 31).

2. Minute of silent prayer or meditation (rule 62).

3. Credentials of representatives to the sixty-sixth session of the General

Assembly (rule 28):

(a) Appointment of the members of the Credentials Committee;

(b) Report of the Credentials Committee.

4. Election of the President of the General Assembly (rule 30).

5. Election of the officers of the Main Committees (rules 30 and 103).

6. Election of the Vice-Presidents of the General Assembly (rule 30).

7. Organization of work, adoption of the agenda and allocation of items: reports

of the General Committee (rule 21).

8. General debate (resolutions 57/301, 65/160, 65/240 and 65/279).

A. Promotion of sustained economic growth and sustainable

development in accordance with the relevant resolutions of the

General Assembly and recent United Nations conferences

9. Report of the Economic and Social Council (rule 13 (b); General Assembly

resolution 3281 (XXIX) and Economic and Social Council decision 1982/112).

10. Sport for peace and development: building a peaceful and better world through

sport and the Olympic ideal (resolution 64/4).

* Reissued for technical reasons on 25 July 2011.

** Issued in accordance with rule 12 of the rules of procedure.

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11. Global road safety crisis (resolution 64/255).

12. 2001-2010: Decade to Roll Back Malaria in Developing Countries,

Particularly in Africa (resolution 65/273).

13. Integrated and coordinated implementation of and follow-up to the outcomes

of the major United Nations conferences and summits in the economic, social

and related fields (resolutions 60/265, 64/291, 64/292, 65/1, 65/10, 65/277 and

65/281).

14. Global Agenda for Dialogue among Civilizations.1

15. Culture of peace (resolutions 64/13, 65/11 and 65/138).

16. Information and communications technologies for development (resolution

65/141).

17. Macroeconomic policy questions:

(a) International trade and development (resolutions 1995 (XIX), 64/189 and

65/142);

(b) International financial system and development (resolution 65/143);

(c) External debt sustainability and development (resolution 65/144);

(d) Commodities (resolution 64/192).

18. Follow-up to and implementation of the outcome of the 2002 International

Conference on Financing for Development and the 2008 Review Conference

(resolutions 65/145 and 65/146).

19. Sustainable development (resolutions 63/279, 65/147 and 65/150):

(a) Implementation of Agenda 21, the Programme for the Further

Implementation of Agenda 21 and the outcomes of the World Summit on

Sustainable Development (resolutions 47/191, 64/197 and 65/152);

(b) Follow-up to and implementation of the Mauritius Strategy for the

Further Implementation of the Programme of Action for the Sustainable

Development of Small Island Developing States (resolutions 65/2 and

65/156);

(c) International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (resolution 65/157);

(d) Protection of global climate for present and future generations of

humankind (resolution 65/159);

(e) Implementation of the United Nations Convention to Combat

Desertification in Those Countries Experiencing Serious Drought and/or

Desertification, Particularly in Africa (resolution 65/160);

(f) Convention on Biological Diversity (resolutions 64/203 and 65/161);

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1 This item remains on the agenda of the sixty-fifth session. Its inclusion in the draft agenda of

the sixty-sixth session is subject to any action the Assembly may take on it at its sixty-fifth

session.

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(g) Report of the Governing Council of the United Nations Environment

Programme on its twenty-sixth session (resolutions 2997 (XXVII) and

65/162);

(h) Harmony with Nature (resolution 65/164);

(i) Sustainable mountain development (resolution 64/205);

(j) Promotion of new and renewable sources of energy (resolution 64/206).

20. Implementation of the outcome of the United Nations Conference on Human

Settlements (Habitat II) and strengthening of the United Nations Human

Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) (resolutions 64/207 and 65/165).

21. Globalization and interdependence (resolution 65/166):

(a) Role of the United Nations in promoting development in the context of

globalization and interdependence (resolution 65/168);

(b) Science and technology for development (resolutions 55/185 and

64/212);

(c) Development cooperation with middle-income countries (resolution

64/208).

22. Groups of countries in special situations:

(a) Follow-up to the Fourth United Nations Conference on the Least

Developed Countries (resolution 65/171);

(b) Specific actions related to the particular needs and problems of

landlocked developing countries: outcome of the International

Ministerial Conference of Landlocked and Transit Developing Countries

and Donor Countries and International Financial and Development

Institutions on Transit Transport Cooperation (resolution 65/172).

23. Eradication of poverty and other development issues:

(a) Implementation of the Second United Nations Decade for the Eradication

of Poverty (2008-2017) (resolution 65/174);

(b) Women in development (resolution 64/217);

(c) Human resources development (resolution 64/218).

24. Operational activities for development:

(a) Operational activities for development of the United Nations system

(resolution 35/81);

(b) South-South cooperation for development (resolution 64/221).

25. Agriculture development and food security (resolution 65/178).

26. Towards global partnerships (resolutions 58/316 and 64/223).

27. Social development:

(a) Implementation of the outcome of the World Summit for Social

Development and of the twenty-fourth special session of the General

Assembly (resolutions 56/177 and 65/185);

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(b) Social development, including questions relating to the world social

situation and to youth, ageing, disabled persons and the family

(resolutions 63/153, 64/133, 64/134, 64/136, 65/184 and 65/186);

(c) Follow-up to the International Year of Older Persons: Second World

Assembly on Ageing (resolution 65/182).

28. Advancement of women:

(a) Advancement of women (resolutions 34/180, 45/124, 64/138, 64/139,

64/140 and 65/187);

(b) Implementation of the outcome of the Fourth World Conference on

Women and of the twenty-third special session of the General Assembly

(resolutions 50/203, 52/100 and 65/191).

B. Maintenance of international peace and security

29. Report of the Security Council (rule 13 (b)).

30. Report of the Peacebuilding Commission (resolutions 60/180 and 65/7).

31. Support by the United Nations system of the efforts of Governments to

promote and consolidate new or restored democracies (resolution 64/12).

32. The role of diamonds in fuelling conflict (resolution 65/137).

33. Prevention of armed conflict:

(a) Strengthening the role of mediation in the peaceful settlement of

disputes, conflict prevention and resolution (resolution 65/283).

34. Protracted conflicts in the GUAM area and their implications for international

peace, security and development (resolution 65/287).

35. The situation in the Middle East (resolutions 65/17 and 65/18).

36. Question of Palestine (resolutions 65/13 to 65/16).

37. The situation in Afghanistan (resolution 65/8).

38. The situation in the occupied territories of Azerbaijan.2

39. Question of the Comorian island of Mayotte.2

40. Necessity of ending the economic, commercial and financial embargo imposed

by the United States of America against Cuba (resolution 65/6).

41. The situation in Central America: progress in fashioning a region of peace,

freedom, democracy and development (decision 60/508).3

42. Question of Cyprus (resolution 58/316).3

43. Armed aggression against the Democratic Republic of the Congo (resolution

58/316).3

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2 This item, which has not yet been considered by the General Assembly at its sixty-fifth session,

remains on the agenda of that session. Its inclusion in the draft agenda of the sixty-sixth session

is subject to any action the Assembly may take on it at its sixty-fifth session.

3 This item remains on the agenda for consideration upon notification by a Member State.

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44. Question of the Falkland Islands (Malvinas) (resolution 58/316).3

45. The situation of democracy and human rights in Haiti (resolution 58/316).3

46. Armed Israeli aggression against the Iraqi nuclear installations and its grave

consequences for the established international system concerning the peaceful

uses of nuclear energy, the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons and

international peace and security (resolution 58/316).3

47. Consequences of the Iraqi occupation of and aggression against Kuwait

(resolution 58/316).3

48. Assistance in mine action (resolution 64/84).

49. Effects of atomic radiation (resolution 65/96).

50. International cooperation in the peaceful uses of outer space (resolution

65/97).

51. United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near

East (resolutions 65/98 to 65/101).

52. Report of the Special Committee to Investigate Israeli Practices Affecting the

Human Rights of the Palestinian People and Other Arabs of the Occupied

Territories (resolutions 65/102 to 65/106).

53. Comprehensive review of the whole question of peacekeeping operations in all

their aspects.1

54. Questions relating to information (resolutions 65/107 A and B).

55. Information from Non-Self-Governing Territories transmitted under Article

73 e of the Charter of the United Nations (resolution 65/108).

56. Economic and other activities which affect the interests of the peoples of the

Non-Self-Governing Territories (resolution 65/109).

57. Implementation of the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to

Colonial Countries and Peoples by the specialized agencies and the

international institutions associated with the United Nations (resolution

65/110).

58. Offers by Member States of study and training facilities for inhabitants of

Non-Self-Governing Territories (resolution 65/111).

59. Implementation of the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to

Colonial Countries and Peoples (resolutions 65/112 to 65/117 and decision

65/521).

60. Question of the Malagasy islands of Glorieuses, Juan de Nova, Europa and

Bassas da India (decision 65/503).

61. Permanent sovereignty of the Palestinian people in the Occupied Palestinian

Territory, including East Jerusalem, and of the Arab population in the occupied

Syrian Golan over their natural resources (resolution 65/179).

62. Report of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, questions

relating to refugees, returnees and displaced persons and humanitarian

questions (resolutions 428 (V), 65/193 and 65/194).

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C. Development of Africa

63. New Partnership for Africa’s Development: progress in implementation and

international support:

(a) New Partnership for Africa’s Development: progress in implementation

and international support (resolution 65/284);

(b) Causes of conflict and the promotion of durable peace and sustainable

development in Africa (resolution 65/278).

D. Promotion of human rights

64. Report of the Human Rights Council (resolutions 60/251, 65/196 and 65/281).

65. Promotion and protection of the rights of children:

(a) Promotion and protection of the rights of children (resolutions 44/25,

62/141, 64/145 and 65/197);

(b) Follow-up to the outcome of the special session on children (decision

65/539).

66. Rights of indigenous peoples:

(a) Rights of indigenous peoples (resolution 65/198);

(b) Second International Decade of the World’s Indigenous People (decision

65/539).

67. Elimination of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related

intolerance:

(a) Elimination of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related

intolerance (resolutions 2106 A (XX), 3381 (XXX), 65/199 and 65/200);

(b) Comprehensive implementation of and follow-up to the Durban

Declaration and Programme of Action (resolutions 65/240 and 65/279).

68. Right of peoples to self-determination (resolutions 65/201 and 65/203).

69. Promotion and protection of human rights:

(a) Implementation of human rights instruments (resolutions 2200 A (XXI),

39/46, 64/154, 65/204 and 65/205);

(b) Human rights questions, including alternative approaches for improving

the effective enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms

(resolutions 64/82, 64/155, 64/158, 64/161 to 64/163, 64/165, 64/173,

64/174, 65/36, 65/208, 65/209, 65/211, 65/212, 65/216 to 65/221, 65/223

and 65/224);

(c) Human rights situations and reports of special rapporteurs and

representatives (resolutions 65/225, 65/226 and 65/241);

(d) Comprehensive implementation of and follow-up to the Vienna

Declaration and Programme of Action (resolutions 48/121 and 48/141).

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E. Effective coordination of humanitarian assistance efforts

70. Strengthening of the coordination of humanitarian and disaster relief assistance

of the United Nations, including special economic assistance (resolution

65/132):

(a) Strengthening of the coordination of emergency humanitarian assistance

of the United Nations (resolutions 63/139, 65/133, 65/135 and 65/264);

(b) Assistance to the Palestinian people (resolution 65/134);

(c) Special economic assistance to individual countries or regions.1

71. Assistance to survivors of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda, particularly orphans,

widows and victims of sexual violence (resolution 64/226).

F. Promotion of justice and international law

72. Report of the International Court of Justice (rule 13 (b)).

73. 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 in

the Territory of Neighbouring States between 1 January and 31 December 1994

(Security Council resolution 955 (1994)).

74. 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 (Security

Council resolution 827 (1993)).

75. Report of the International Criminal Court (resolution 65/12).

76. Oceans and the law of the sea:

(a) Oceans and the law of the sea (resolutions 49/28, 52/26, 54/33 and 65/37

A and B);

(b) Sustainable fisheries, including through the 1995 Agreement for the

Implementation of the Provisions of the United Nations Convention on

the Law of the Sea of 10 December 1982 relating to the Conservation and

Management of Straddling Fish Stocks and Highly Migratory Fish

Stocks, and related instruments (resolutions 61/105, 64/72 and 65/38).

77. Nationality of natural persons in relation to the succession of States (resolution

63/118).

78. Criminal accountability of United Nations officials and experts on mission

(resolution 65/20).

79. Report of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law on the

work of its forty-fourth session (resolution 2205 (XXI)).

80. United Nations Programme of Assistance in the Teaching, Study,

Dissemination and Wider Appreciation of International Law (resolution

65/25).

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81. Report of the International Law Commission on the work of its sixty-third

session (resolution 65/26).

82. Report of the Special Committee on the Charter of the United Nations and on

the Strengthening of the Role of the Organization (resolution 65/31).

83. The rule of law at the national and international levels (resolution 65/32).

84. The scope and application of the principle of universal jurisdiction (resolution

65/33).

85. The law of transboundary aquifers (resolution 63/124).

G. Disarmament

86. Report of the International Atomic Energy Agency (resolution 1145 (XII)).

87. Reduction of military budgets:

(a) Reduction of military budgets (resolution 35/142 B);

(b) Objective information on military matters, including transparency of

military expenditures (resolutions 62/13 and 64/22).

88. Prohibition of the development and manufacture of new types of weapons of

mass destruction and new systems of such weapons: report of the Conference

on Disarmament (resolution 63/36).

89. Implementation of the Declaration of the Indian Ocean as a Zone of Peace

(resolution 64/23).

90. African Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone Treaty (resolution 65/39).

91. Verification in all its aspects, including the role of the United Nations in the

field of verification (decision 64/512).

92. Review of the implementation of the Declaration on the Strengthening of

International Security (decision 64/513).

93. Developments in the field of information and telecommunications in the

context of international security (resolution 65/41).

94. Establishment of a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the region of the Middle East

(resolution 65/42).

95. Conclusion of effective international arrangements to assure non-nuclearweapon

States against the use or threat of use of nuclear weapons (resolution

65/43).

96. Prevention of an arms race in outer space (resolution 65/44).

97. Role of science and technology in the context of international security and

disarmament (decision 65/516).

98. General and complete disarmament:

(a) Notification of nuclear tests (resolution 42/38 C);

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(b) Follow-up to nuclear disarmament obligations agreed to at the 1995 and

2000 Review Conferences of the Parties to the Treaty on the

Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (resolution 64/31);

(c) Treaty on the South-East Asia Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone (Bangkok

Treaty) (resolution 64/39);

(d) Prohibition of the dumping of radioactive wastes (resolution 64/45);

(e) Towards an arms trade treaty: establishing common international

standards for the import, export and transfer of conventional arms

(resolution 64/48);

(f) Problems arising from the accumulation of conventional ammunition

stockpiles in surplus (resolution 64/51);

(g) Transparency in armaments (resolution 64/54);

(h) Regional disarmament (resolution 65/45);

(i) Conventional arms control at the regional and subregional levels

(resolution 65/46);

(j) Confidence-building measures in the regional and subregional context

(resolution 65/47);

(k) Assistance to States for curbing the illicit traffic in small arms and light

weapons and collecting them (resolution 65/50);

(l) Relationship between disarmament and development (resolution 65/52);

(m) Observance of environmental norms in the drafting and implementation

of agreements on disarmament and arms control (resolution 65/53);

(n) Promotion of multilateralism in the area of disarmament and

non-proliferation (resolution 65/54);

(o) Nuclear disarmament (resolution 65/56);

(p) Implementation of the Convention on the Prohibition of the

Development, Production, Stockpiling and Use of Chemical Weapons

and on Their Destruction (resolution 65/57);

(q) Towards a nuclear-weapon-free world: accelerating the implementation

of nuclear disarmament commitments (resolution 65/59);

(r) Reducing nuclear danger (resolution 65/60);

(s) Measures to prevent terrorists from acquiring weapons of mass

destruction (resolution 65/62);

(t) The illicit trade in small arms and light weapons in all its aspects

(resolution 65/64);

(u) Treaty banning the production of fissile material for nuclear weapons or

other nuclear explosive devices (resolution 65/65);

(v) Transparency and confidence-building measures in outer space activities

(resolution 65/68);

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(w) United action towards the total elimination of nuclear weapons

(resolution 65/72);

(x) Follow-up to the advisory opinion of the International Court of Justice on

the Legality of the Threat or Use of Nuclear Weapons (resolution 65/76);

(y) Missiles (decision 65/517).

99. Review and implementation of the Concluding Document of the Twelfth

Special Session of the General Assembly:

(a) United Nations Regional Centre for Peace and Disarmament in Africa

(resolution 64/62);

(b) United Nations regional centres for peace and disarmament (resolution

65/78);

(c) United Nations Regional Centre for Peace, Disarmament and

Development in Latin America and the Caribbean (resolution 65/79);

(d) Convention on the Prohibition of the Use of Nuclear Weapons (resolution

65/80);

(e) United Nations Regional Centre for Peace and Disarmament in Asia and

the Pacific (resolution 65/83);

(f) Regional confidence-building measures: activities of the United Nations

Standing Advisory Committee on Security Questions in Central Africa

(resolution 65/84).

100. Review of the implementation of the recommendations and decisions adopted

by the General Assembly at its tenth special session (resolutions 38/183 O and

39/148 H):

(a) Report of the Conference on Disarmament (resolution 65/85);

(b) Report of the Disarmament Commission (resolution 65/86).

101. The risk of nuclear proliferation in the Middle East (resolution 65/88).

102. Convention on Prohibitions or Restrictions on the Use of Certain Conventional

Weapons Which May Be Deemed to Be Excessively Injurious or to Have

Indiscriminate Effects (resolution 65/89).

103. Strengthening of security and cooperation in the Mediterranean region

(resolution 65/90).

104. Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (resolution 65/91).

105. Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production and

Stockpiling of Bacteriological (Biological) and Toxin Weapons and on Their

Destruction (resolution 65/92).

106. Revitalizing the work of the Conference on Disarmament and taking forward

multilateral disarmament negotiations (resolution 65/93).

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H. Drug control, crime prevention and combating international

terrorism in all its forms and manifestations

107. Crime prevention and criminal justice (resolutions 65/230 to 65/232).

108. International drug control (resolutions 61/183 and 65/233).

109. Measures to eliminate international terrorism (resolution 65/34).

I. Organizational, administrative and other matters

110. Report of the Secretary-General on the work of the Organization (rules 13 (a)

and 48; resolutions 47/120 B and 51/241).

111. Report of the Secretary-General on the Peacebuilding Fund (resolutions

60/287 and 63/282).

112. Notification by the Secretary-General under Article 12, paragraph 2, of the

Charter of the United Nations (rule 49).

113. Elections to fill vacancies in principal organs:

(a) Election of five non-permanent members of the Security Council (rule

142; decision 65/402);

(b) Election of eighteen members of the Economic and Social Council (rule

145; decision 65/403);

(c) Election of five members of the International Court of Justice (decisions

64/426 A and B).

114. Elections to fill vacancies in subsidiary organs and other elections:

(a) Election of twenty members of the Committee for Programme and

Coordination (decision 65/404);

(b) Election of the members of the International Law Commission (decision

61/411);

(c) Election of twenty-nine members of the Governing Council of the United

Nations Environment Programme (decisions 64/406 A and B);

(d) Election of two members of the Organizational Committee of the

Peacebuilding Commission (resolutions 60/180 and 63/145 and decision

65/411).

115. Appointments to fill vacancies in subsidiary organs and other appointments:

(a) Appointment of members of the Advisory Committee on Administrative

and Budgetary Questions (rule 155; decisions 65/406 A and B);

(b) Appointment of members of the Committee on Contributions (rule 158;

decisions 65/407 A and B);

(c) Confirmation of the appointment of members of the Investments

Committee (resolution 155 (II) and decision 65/408);

(d) Appointment of a member of the Board of Auditors (resolutions 74 (I)

and 55/248 and decision 64/411);

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(e) Appointment of members of the Independent Audit Advisory Committee

(resolution 61/275 and decision 65/410);

(f) Appointment of members of the Committee on Conferences (decisions

65/405 A and B);

(g) Appointment of members of the Joint Inspection Unit (decision 64/425);

(h) Approval of the appointment of the United Nations High Commissioner

for Human Rights (decision 62/420);

(i) Appointment of the judges of the United Nations Dispute Tribunal

(decisions 63/417 and 65/419);

(j) Appointment of the judges of the United Nations Appeals Tribunal

(decisions 63/418 and 65/414).

116. Admission of new Members to the United Nations (rule 136).

117. Follow-up to the outcome of the Millennium Summit (resolutions 60/265,

63/311, 64/215, 64/289, 64/290, 64/291, 65/1, 65/238, 65/277 and 65/281).

118. The United Nations Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy (resolution 64/297).

119. Follow-up to the commemoration of the two-hundredth anniversary of the

abolition of the transatlantic slave trade (resolution 65/239).

120. Implementation of the resolutions of the United Nations.1

121. Revitalization of the work of the General Assembly.1

122. Question of equitable representation on and increase in the membership of the

Security Council and related matters.1

123. Strengthening of the United Nations system:

(a) Strengthening of the United Nations system (resolution 65/94);

(b) Central role of the United Nations system in global governance

(resolution 65/94).

124. United Nations reform: measures and proposals (resolution 55/285).

125. Follow-up to the recommendations on administrative management and internal

oversight of the Independent Inquiry Committee into the United Nations Oilfor-

Food Programme.2

126. Global health and foreign policy (resolution 65/95).

127. 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 in the Territory of

Neighbouring States between 1 January and 31 December 1994.1

128. International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious

Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of

the Former Yugoslavia since 1991.1

129. International residual mechanism for criminal tribunals (item proposed by the

Secretary-General (A/66/143)).

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130. Interaction between the United Nations, national parliaments and the Inter-

Parliamentary Union (resolution 65/123).

131. Financial reports and audited financial statements, and reports of the Board of

Auditors (resolutions 52/212 B and 65/243 A and B):

(a) United Nations peacekeeping operations;

(b) Voluntary funds administered by the United Nations High Commissioner

for Refugees;

(c) Capital master plan.

132. Review of the efficiency of the administrative and financial functioning of the

United Nations (resolutions 41/213, 64/259, 65/250 and 65/262).

133. Programme budget for the biennium 2010-2011 (resolutions 64/243, 64/245 to

64/247, 64/260, 64/261, 65/258 to 65/260 A to C, 65/268, 65/269 and 65/288

and decision 65/543).

134. Proposed programme budget for the biennium 2012-2013 (resolutions 63/260,

64/243, 64/245 to 64/247, 64/260, 64/261, 64/301, 65/258 to 65/260 A to C

and 65/262).

135. Programme planning (resolutions 58/269, 62/224 and 65/244).

136. Improving the financial situation of the United Nations (resolution 47/215).

137. Pattern of conferences (resolutions 64/230 and 65/245).

138. Scale of assessments for the apportionment of the expenses of the United

Nations (resolutions 64/248 and 65/246).

139. Human resources management (resolutions 63/250 and 65/247).

140. Joint Inspection Unit (resolutions 55/230, 62/246 and 65/270).

141. United Nations common system (resolutions 64/231 and 65/248).

142. Report on the activities of the Office of Internal Oversight Services

(resolutions 48/218 B, 54/244, 59/272, 64/263 and 65/250).

143. Administration of justice at the United Nations (resolutions 64/233 and 65/251

and decision 65/513).

144. Financing 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 in

the Territory of Neighbouring States between 1 January and 31 December 1994

(resolutions 55/226 and 65/252).

145. Financing 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 (resolutions

55/225 A and 65/253).

146. Administrative and budgetary aspects of the financing of the United Nations

peacekeeping operations (resolutions 49/233, 63/287, 65/289 to 65/291 and

65/293).

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147. Financing of the United Nations Mission in the Central African Republic and

Chad (resolutions 65/254 A and B).

148. Financing of the United Nations Operation in Côte d’Ivoire (resolution

65/294).

149. Financing of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (resolution

65/295).

150. Financing of the United Nations Organization Mission in the Democratic

Republic of the Congo (resolutions 65/255 and 65/296).

151. Financing of the United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the

Democratic Republic of the Congo (resolutions 65/255 and 65/296).

152. Financing of the United Nations Mission in East Timor.2

153. Financing of the United Nations Integrated Mission in Timor-Leste (resolution

65/297).

154. Financing of the United Nations Mission in Ethiopia and Eritrea (resolution

65/298).

155. Financing of the United Nations Observer Mission in Georgia (resolution

65/299).

156. Financing of the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (resolutions

65/256 A and B).

157. Financing of the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo

(resolution 65/300).

158. Financing of the United Nations Mission in Liberia (resolution 65/301).

159. Financing of the United Nations peacekeeping forces in the Middle East:

(a) United Nations Disengagement Observer Force (resolution 65/302);

(b) United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (resolution 65/303).

160. Financing of the United Nations Mission in the Sudan (resolutions 65/257 A

and B).

161. Financing of the United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western

Sahara (resolution 65/304).

162. Financing of the African Union-United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur

(resolution 65/305).

163. Financing of the activities arising from Security Council resolution 1863

(2009) (resolution 65/306).

164. Report of the Committee on Relations with the Host Country (resolution

65/35).

165. Observer status for the Cooperation Council of Turkic-speaking States in the

General Assembly (item proposed by Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and

Turkey (A/66/141)).

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166. Observer status for the International Emergency Management Organization in

the General Assembly (item proposed by the former Yugoslav Republic of

Macedonia (A/66/142)).

167. Observer status for the Union of South American Nations in the General

Assembly (item proposed by Guyana (A/66/144)).

168. Observer status for the International Renewable Energy Agency in the General

Assembly (item proposed by the United Arab Emirates (A/66/145)).

About Salyounis

Saleh Younis (SAAY) has been writing about Eritrea since 1994 when he published "Eritrean Exponent", a quarterly print journal. His writing has been published in several media outlets including Dehai, Eritrean Studies Review, Visafric, Asmarino and, of course, Awate where his column has appeared since the launch of the website in 2000. Focusing on political, economic, educational policies, he approaches his writing from the perspective of the individual citizens' civil liberties and how collectivist governments and overbearing organizations trample all over it in pursuit of their interests. SAAY is the president and CEO of a college with a focus in sound arts and video games and his writing often veers to music critique. He has an MBA from Golden Gate University and a BA from St Mary's College.

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