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UNITED
NATIONS
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        General Assembly
Distr.
GENERAL
A/48/PV.92
5 April 1994

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Official Records
United Nations
General Assembly

Forty-eighth Session
92nd Meeting
Tuesday, 5 April 1994, 10.30 a.m.
New York




President: Mr. Insanally ................................(Guyana)

The meeting was called to order at 11.05 a.m.

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Introduction of reports of the Fifth Committee

The President: The Assembly will now consider the reports of the Fifth Committee on agenda items 123, 130 (a) and (b), 131, 132 (a), 134, 138 (a), 160, 162, 164, 165, 166 and 173. I request the Rapporteur of the Fifth Committee to introduce the reports of the Fifth Committee in one intervention.

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Mr. Kabir (Bangladesh), Rapporteur of the Fifth Committee: I have the honour to present to the General Assembly the reports of the Fifth Committee on outstanding issues concerning the United Nations peace-keeping operations.

Concerning agenda item 123, entitled "Programme budget for the biennium 1994-1995", in particular the report of the Secretary-General on the revised estimates under sections 3, 4 and 11A relating to the United Nations Special Coordinator in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, part II of the Fifth Committee's report is contained in document A/48/811/Add.1. In paragraph 3 of that report, the Fifth Committee recommends to the General Assembly the adoption of an oral draft decision submitted by the Chairman of the Committee on the basis of informal consultations, which was adopted by the Committee without a vote.

Concerning agenda item 130, entitled "Financing of the United Nations peace-keeping forces in the Middle East", namely, (a) United Nations Disengagement Observer Force and (b) United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon, the reports of the Fifth Committee are contained in documents A/48/812/Add.1 and A/48/813/Add.1. In paragraph 5 of both reports, the Fifth Committee recommends to the Assembly the adoption of draft decisions.

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I am pleased to report that those resolutions and decisions were adopted by the Fifth Committee without a vote.

The President: If there is no proposal under rule 66 of the rules of procedure, I shall take it that the General Assembly decides not to discuss the reports of the Fifth Committee which are before the Assembly today.

It was so decided.

The President: Statements will therefore be limited to explanations of vote or position.

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Agenda item 130 (continued)
Financing of the United Nations peace-keeping forces in the Middle East:

(a) United Nations Disengagement Observer Force: report of the Fifth Committee (Part II) (A/48/812/Add.1)

The President: The Assembly will now take a decision on the draft decision recommended by the Fifth Committee in paragraph 5 of part II of its report.

The draft decision, entitled "Financing of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force", was adopted by the Fifth Committee without a vote. May I consider that the Assembly wishes to do the same?

The draft decision was adopted.

(b) United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon: report of the Fifth Committee (Part II) (A/48/813/Add.1)

The President: The Assembly will now take a decision on the draft decision recommended by the Fifth Committee in paragraph 5 of part II of its report.

The draft decision, entitled "Financing of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon", was adopted by the Fifth Committee without a vote. May I take it that the Assembly wishes to do the same?

The draft decision was adopted.

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The meeting rose at 11.55 a.m.



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