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Recalling its various resolutions on the situation in the Territories under Portuguese, Spanish and French domination.
Recalling further the United Nations Declaration on Decolonization and the relevant United Nations General Assembly resolutions on the right of all peoples to independence,
Noting with indignation that the Portuguese regime is employing chemical weapons such as napalm, toxic gas and defoliant against the freedom-fighters and the African population in the Territories under its domination in flagrant violation of international conventions,
Realizing that the Portuguese regime is able to continue and intensify its colonial war of genocide because of continued massive assistance from NATO member States, especially the United States, West Germany, France and the United Kingdom,
Deeply concerned with the increasing economic and military involvement of the South African regime in Zimbabwe as well as in Angola and Mozambique,
Gravely concerned over the aggravation of the situation in Zimbabwe and the proclamation of a so-called Republic, based on racial discrimination, by the minority racist regime of Salisbury,
Noting that economic sanctions, instituted by the United Nations, have not been effective because of the support of South Africa and Portugal to the Smith regime and the violations of sanctions by imperialist Powers,
Again gravely concerned over the continued illegal occupation of Namibia by the South African racist regime and the intensified oppression of the African people in that Territory,
Taking note of Security Council resolutions 283 and 284 adopted on 29 July 1970,
Noting with satisfaction the progress of the liberation struggle in the Territories under colonial domination.