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UNITED
NATIONS
A

        General Assembly
A/RES/42/919*
19 February 1988

Distr.
GENERAL

A/42/919*
19 February 1988
ENGLISH
ORIGINAL: ARABIC

Forty-second session
Agenda item 136

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON RELATIONS WITH THE HOST COUNTRY

Letter dated 19 February 1988 from the Permanent Representative
of Bahrain to the United Nations addressed to the President of
The General Assembly


In my capacity as Chairman of the Arab Group for the month of February 1988, I have the honour to refer to the statement made by the Chairman of the Sixth Committee at the 62nd meeting, held on 11 December 1987, the effect that the Committee would remain seized of item 136, “Report of the committee on Relations with the Host Country”, with a view to keeping it under active review. This statement was confirmed by the President of the General Assembly in the statement he made the 92nd meeting of the Assembly, which is fully reflected in decision 42/460, adopted by the General Assembly on 21 December 1987.

I also wish to refer to General Assembly resolution 42/210 B and to the report of the Secretary-General dated 10 February 1988, issued as document a/42/915.

In the light of the foregoing, I have the honour to transmit to you, on behalf of the Arab Group, a request that the forty-second session of the General Assembly should be resumed as soon as possible, and no later than 29 February 1988, in order to complete the consideration of item 136.


I should be grateful if you would have the text of this letter distributed as an official document of the forty-second session of the General Assembly under agenda item 136.


* Reissued for technical reasons.



(Signed) Karim Ebrahim AL-SHAKAR
Ambassador
Permanent Representative of the
State of Bahrain
Chairman of the Arab Group

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