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Source: International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
23 August 2004


International Atomic Energy Agency
General Conference

GC(45)/30
19 September 2001

GENERAL Distr.
ENGLISH
Original: ARABIC


Forty-fifth regular session
Item 26 of the agenda
(GC(45)/28)

EXAMINATION OF DELEGATES' CREDENTIALS

STATEMENT OF ARAB DELEGATIONS CONCERNING THEIR RESERVATIONS
ABOUT THE CREDENTIALS SUBMITTED BY THE ISRAELI DELEGATION
TO THE FORTY-FIFTH REGULAR SESSION OF THE
IAEA GENERAL CONFERENCE IN VIENNA

Sir,

We enclose herewith the statement of those delegations of Arab States which are included in the attached list and which are participating in the forty-fifth regular session of the General Conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency being held in Vienna from 17 to 21 September 2001, concerning their reservations about the credentials of the Israeli delegation of the General Conference with the request that it be included in the Conference's report and treated as an official document of the Conference.

(signed):Hassan Makki
  Dean of the Arab Diplomatic Corps
Ambassador of the Republic of Yemen
in Vienna
The Chairman of the Credentials Committee of the
General Conference of the International Atomic

Energy Agency




GC(45)/30
Attachment
page 1


Statement of Arab delegations concerning their reservations about the credentials
submitted by the Israeli delegation to the forty-fifth regular session
of the IAEA General Conference in Vienna


The undersigned delegations of the Arab States, members of the League of Arab States participating in this Conference, wish to express their reservations about the credentials submitted by the Israeli delegation for the following reasons:

Names of Arab States signing the Statement concerning their reservations about
the credentials of the Israeli delegation to the forty-fifth regular session
of the IAEA General Conference held in Vienna
from 17 to 21 September 2001





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