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NATIONS
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        General Assembly
A/39/455
6 September 1984

Thirty-ninth session
Item 75 of the provisional agenda*

UNITED NATIONS RELIEF AND WORKS AGENCY FOR PALESTINE REFUGEES
IN THE NEAR EAST


REPORT OF THE UNITED NATIONS
CONCILIATION COMMISSION FOR PALESTINE

Note by the Secretary-General



The thirty-eighth report of the United Nations Conciliation Commission for Palestine, covering the period from 1 October 1983 to 30 September 1984, the text of which is attached to the present note, was transmitted by the Chairman of the Commission for communication to the States Members of the United Nations in accordance with paragraph 6 of General Assembly resolution 512 (VI) of 26 January 1952 and paragraph 4 of Assembly resolution 38/83 A of 15 December 1983.








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* A/39/150.

ANNEX

Report of the United Nations
Conciliation Commission for Palestine


1. In paragraph 4 of resolution 38/83 A of 15 December 1983, the General Assembly noted with regret that the United Nations Conciliation Commission for Palestine had been unable to find a means of achieving progress in the implementation of paragraph 11 of Assembly resolution 194 (III) and requested the Commission to exert continued efforts towards the implementation of that paragraph and to report as appropriate, but no later than 1 October 1984. The present report is submitted pursuant to that request.

2. It should be recalled that in its twenty-fourth 1/ and twenty-fifth 2/ reports, covering the periods from 24 December 1965 to 30 September 1966 and from 1 October 1966 to 30 September 1967, the Commission responded to similar requests which the General Assembly had made in its resolutions 2052 (XX) of 15 December 1965 and 2154 (XXI) of 17 November 1966. In those reports the Commission noted that examination of various ways in which it might be possible to intensify its efforts with any prospect of advancing matters towards the implementation of paragraph 11 of resolution 194 (III) had compelled the conclusion that all the ways envisaged presupposed substantial changes in the situation.

3. There is no need to emphasize that, as already stated in the preceding reports, the events which have occurred since then in the area concerned have further complicated an already very complex situation. As far as the Commission is concerned, the circumstances which unfortunately have limited its possibilities of action have remained up to now essentially unchanged.

4. Nevertheless, the Commission continues to hope that the situation and related circumstances in the region will improve towards the achievement of a comprehensive, just and lasting peace in the Middle East, thus enabling it to carry forward its work in accordance with its mandate as defined by General Assembly resolution 194 (III).

5. The Commission wishes to report that in response to the formal request from the Palestine Liberation Organization for permission to obtain a copy of the microfilm on property and land in Palestine in the Commission's custody, as stated in its last report (A/38/397, para. 6), the duplication work was undertaken and completed in May 1984 and the relevant documents were thereafter transmitted to the Office of the Permanent Observer of the Palestine Liberation Organization to the United Nations.

Notes

1/ Official Records of the General Assembly, Twenty-first Session, Annexes, agenda item 32, document A/6451.

2/ Ibid., Twenty-second Session, Annexes, agenda item 34, document A/6846.

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