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REPORT OF AD HOC INTER-AGENCY...GENEVA,6 JULY
The results of the review should be conveyed in the first instance to CCAQ(FB), so that the Committee might take them into account in its consideration of the relevant inter-agency budgets at its August session. (...) It was recalled that CCAQ(FB) was scheduled to review at its next session in August inter-agency budgets, including the relevant proposals put forth by CCPOQ at its June inter-sessional meeting and the ACCIS budget. (...) It was understood that OC would continue consideration of the above issues at its next session, in the light, inter alia, of the feasibility study on common premises referred to in paragraph 7 above, the report of CCAQ(FB), and the outcome of the Task Force on ACCIS.
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DECLARATION OF COMPLETION OF IMPLEMENTATION OF ARTICLE 5 OF THE CONVENTION ON THE PROHIBITION OF THE USE, STOCKPILING, PRODUCTION AND TRANSFER OF ANTI-PERSONNEL MINES AND ON THEIR DESTRUCTION. SUBMITTED BY THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHER
The following methods were used on the Programme: • Mechanical ground preparation and manual follow on: Initial preparation of safe access lanes was achieved by using a suitable ground preparation machine, with a selected flail or tiller attachment. (...) This type of clearance was suitable for suspect areas where very few mines remained from the original pattern (...) A P L C /M S P .1 9 /2 0 2 1 /M IS C .6 1 0 Annex 1 Cumulative totals – Phases 1 to 5 Date compiled: 23 October 2020 Project Phase Geographic Area Mined Area Date Completed Total Area Released AP Mines Destroyed AV Mines Destroyed UXO Destroyed Mined Areas Cleared Mined Areas Remaining 122 Phase 1 (October 2009 to June 2010) Fox Bay FB 8(W) 190410 24,175 0 0 0 1 121 Darwin and Goose Green GG 011 140510 24,175 0 0 0 1 120 Stanley Area 1 008 020610 33,420 488 568 5 1 119 Stanley Area 3 025 140510 7,770 190 0 1 1 118 Phase 1 Totals 89,540 678 568 6 4 Phase 2 (January 2012 to March 2012) Part of land behind SCF Land release only 240314 3,490,000 0 0 85 0 Phase 2 Totals 3,490,000 0 0 85 0 Phase 3 (January 2013 to March 2013) Stanley Area 1 117 300313 491 0 0 0 1 117 Stanley Area 2 064 270313 47,300 86 32 2 1 116 065 300313 388,450 0 0 0 1 115 095 300313 130,200 73 0 2 1 114 095A 300313 254,900 74 0 2 1 113 Stanley Area 3 028 300313 19,900 0 0 0 1 112 Sub-total 841,241 233 32 6 6 Additional land release 183,000 Phase 3 Totals 1,024,241 233 32 6 6 Stanley Area 3 024 270415 47,027 381 0 0 1 111 A P L C /M S P .1 9 /2 0 2 1 /M IS C .6 1 1 Date compiled: 23 October 2020 Phase 4a (January 2015 to May 2015) 026 160415 37,988 25 24 0 1 110 027 270315 22,410 0 0 1 1 109 035 210315 21,498 158 0 6 1 108 054 110415 15,927 5 0 2 1 107 055 310115 5,697 0 0 1 1 106 057 010315 2,022 0 0 0 1 105 058 010315 9,242 79 0 0 1 104 060 010315 1,970 0 0 0 1 103 086 170415 101,140 75 0 8 1 102 Phase 4a Totals 264,921 723 24 18 10 Phase 4b (September 2015 to March 2016) Stanley Area 2 022 271115 38,203 264 0 2 1 101 045 TS only 0 0 0 0 0 101 046 TS only 0 0 0 0 0 101 049 201115 22,938 139 139 1 1 100 050A 021115 18,062 131 0 0 1 99 050B Cancelled 0 0 0 0 1 98 050C (new task) TS only 0 0 0 0 98 051 111115 35,745 125 96 0 1 97 052 141115 66,599 0 9 3 1 96 053 281115 35,981 161 44 0 1 95 063A 221015 8,314 0 0 1 1 94 063B 261015 5,436 77 0 2 1 93 066 021115 18,062 0 71 0 1 92 083 131015 54,467 0 1 0 1 91 110 051215 12,708 46 0 3 1 90 Stanley Area 3 033 280915 4,000 72 0 3 1 89 056 050316 179,873 139 0 2 1 88 059 101215 332,206 1295 0 2 1 87 Sub-total 832,594 2449 360 19 15 Additonal land release 1,329,743 0 0 2 0 A P L C /M S P .1 9 /2 0 2 1 /M IS C .6 1 2 Date compiled: 23 October 2020 Phase 4b Totals 2,162,337 2,449 360 21 15 Phase 4 Totals 2,427,258 3,172 384 39 25 Phase 5a (November 2016 to March 2018) CLUSTER 2 (Mainly TS) Darwin and Goose Green GG 2 011117 6,168 0 0 0 1 86 GG 3 050218 24,776 2 0 0 1 85 GG 5 181217 23,286 0 0 0 1 84 GG 7 050617 30,748 0 1 0 1 83 GG 8 170617 64,919 0 0 7 1 82 GG 10 150617 7,899 0 0 3 1 81 GG12 141017 15,741 3 0 1 1 80 Port Howard PH 1 0 80 PH 2 0 80 PH 3 0 80 PH 5 0 80 PH 6 0 80 Fox Bay FB 1 0 80 FB 2 0 80 FB 3 0 80 FB 4 0 80 FB 5 0 80 FB 6 0 80 FB 7 0 80 FB 8E 0 80 FB 9N 0 80 FB 9S 0 80 FB 10 0 80 A P L C /M S P .1 9 /2 0 2 1 /M IS C .6 1 3 Date compiled: 23 October 2020 FB 11 0 80 Stanley Area 3 091A 191217 227,752 691 0 0 1 79 091B 0 79 Additional land release 0 Total Cluster 2 401,289 696 1 11 8 020 071216 3,763 0 0 1 1 78 021 100217 627 2 0 0 1 77 Stanley Area 3 036 030517 93,219 240 0 1 1 76 Stanley Area 2 040 051216 29,998 233 0 0 1 75 042 300117 35,166 268 0 0 1 74 043 031216 30,722 298 0 0 1 73 045 311216 113,688 491 0 0 1 72 046 1 71 050C 131216 211,847 615 0 0 1 70 097 120317 29,150 143 0 0 1 69 098 1 68 099 310117 13,215 70 0 0 1 67 100 240117 10,554 170 0 0 1 66 102 100217 30,919 134 45 0 1 65 106 161216 36,328 168 19 0 1 64 108 070117 185,688 29 0 1 1 63 Port Fitzroy PF 200118 14,813 0 0 0 1 62 Addional land release SCF 2,855,028 0 0 0 Total Cluster 3 3,694,725 2,861 64 3 17 CLUSTER 1 Stanley Area 4 032 280317 9,758 74 80 1 1 61 039N 170617 3,377 0 0 0 1 60 039S 1 59 067 160318 38,340 0 2 17 1 58 A P L C /M S P .1 9 /2 0 2 1 /M IS C .6 1 4 Date compiled: 23 October 2020 068 100318 72,447 26 0 0 1 57 069 031217 4,450 2 6 0 1 56 070 020517 732 4 3 0 1 55 071 181217 2,987 1 0 0 1 54 072 220517 3,559 15 27 0 1 53 073 171017 1,238 31 0 0 1 52 074 191017 2,823 72 0 0 1 51 075 211117 4,716 59 0 0 1 50 076 200118 16,331 114 0 2 1 49 077 030218 16,660 66 0 1 1 48 078 030517 3,371 65 0 0 1 47 079 170617 23,635 87 0 0 1 46 080 010318 247,653 0 6 2 1 45 080A 1 44 081A 171217 104,899 347 0 0 1 43 081B 080218 82,779 91 0 0 1 42 081C 050417 20,756 103 0 1 1 41 096 111217 7,929 90 45 0 1 40 105 140318 54,537 50 0 0 1 39 111 110217 2,578 0 0 1 1 38 113 140617 62,862 0 0 0 1 37 114 230517 15,359 0 0 0 1 36 115 160218 9,138 0 11 4 1 35 Additional land release Total Cluster 1 812,914 1,297 180 29 27 Phase 5a Totals 4,908,928 4,854 245 43 52 Phase 5b (1 April 2018 - 30 December 2020) Stanley Area 2 011 050419 89,861 33 30 0 1 34 A P L C /M S P .1 9 /2 0 2 1 /M IS C .6 1 5 Date compiled: 23 October 2020 CLUSTER 3 (From Phase 5a) 101 191118 14,844 28 11 0 1 33 Additional land release Total Cluster 3 191118 104,705 61 41 0 2 CLUSTER 2 Port Howard PH 1 120418 19,164 0 0 0 1 32 PH 2 160518 47,808 0 0 0 1 31 PH 3 060619 1,021,979 0 0 0 1 30 PH 5 011218 255,434 0 1 0 1 29 PH 6 280518 3,373 1 0 0 1 28 Fox Bay FB 1 290318 46,914 15 0 0 1 27 FB 2 290319 153,940 4 0 0 1 26 FB 3 091219 227,701 8 0 0 1 25 FB 4 250519 493,958 92 0 0 1 24 FB 5 220119 214,400 15 13 0 1 23 FB 6 181219 244,153 0 0 0 1 22 FB 7 300519 711,714 14 0 0 1 21 FB 8E 100518 47,750 0 0 0 1 20 FB 9N 070618 65,321 0 0 0 1 19 FB 9S 100518 78,598 0 0 0 1 18 FB 10 151018 71,951 1 0 0 1 17 FB 11 040618 110,415 0 0 0 1 16 Stanley Area 3 091B 280518 194,035 191 0 0 1 15 116 070618 56,890 3 0 0 1 14 Additional land release Total Cluster 2 4,065,498 344 14 - 19 CLUSTER 4 (TS only) Stanley Area 1 (Yorke Bay) 004 0 14 005 0 14 A P L C /M S P .1 9 /2 0 2 1 /M IS C .6 1 6 Date compiled: 23 October 2020 005A 0 14 007 0 14 013 0 14 014 0 14 015 0 14 017 0 14 018 0 14 013/014 0 14 017/018 0 14 M002 0 14 Additional land release Total Cluster 4 0 0 0 0 0 MP 00 TS 260518 5,428,654 0 0 0 1 13 MP 1 280519 56,626 4 0 3 1 12 MP 2 120619 253,145 82 0 2 1 11 MP 3 200319 69,016 12 0 0 1 10 CLUSTER 5 Murrell Peninsula MP 4 170220 115,613 16 0 1 1 9 MP 5 191119 36,666 0 0 0 1 8 Don Carlos Bay MP 6 101118 44,611 0 0 0 0 8 Beatrice Cove MP 7 140319 32,436 0 0 0 0 8 BAC 1 221218 17,010 0 0 0 0 8 BAC 2 291218 32,887 0 0 0 0 8 Additional land release Total Cluster 5 6,086,664 114 0 6 6 CLUSTER 4 Stanley Area 1 (Yorke Bay) 004 171019 15,763 0 0 1 1 7 005 141019 17,628 0 1 0 1 6 A P L C /M S P .1 9 /2 0 2 1 /M IS C .6 1 7 Date compiled: 23 October 2020 005A 051020 34,814 0 2 3 1 5 007 190320 49,254 175 0 1 1 4 014 151020 102,210 28 54 9 1 3 015 270920 49,435 197 229 2 1 2 017 180920 7,357 16 54 0 1 1 018 261119 6,827 55 64 0 1 0 M002 131119 874 0 0 0 0 0 Additional land release LR005 100320 576,954 0 6 13 Total Cluster 4 861,116 471 410 29 8 Phase 5b totals 11,117,983 990 465 35 35 Phase 5 totals 16,026,911 5,844 710 78 87 Running Grand Totals 23,057,950 9,927 1,694 214 122 0 A P L C /M S P .1 9 /2 0 2 1 /M IS C .6 1 8 Annex 2 Map of suspect and confirmed hazard areas prior to Falklands Demining Programme A P L C /M S P .1 9 /2 0 2 1 /M IS C .6 1 9 Annex 3 Map of confirmed or suspected hazardous areas cleared following conclusion of the Falklands Demining Programme A P L C /M S P .1 9 /2 0 2 1 /M IS C .6 2 0 Annex 4 Maps of Port Fitzroy, Darwin and Goose Green A P L C /M S P .1 9 /2 0 2 1 /M IS C .6 2 1 Annex 5 Maps of Fox Bay and Port Howard Declaration of Completion of implementation of Article 5 of the Convention on the Prohibition of the Use, Stockpiling, Production and Transfer of Anti-Personnel Mines and on Their Destruction Submitted by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland I.
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PROGRAMME BUDGET IMPLICATIONS OF DRAFT RESOLUTION A/C.5/46/L.3 : STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL IN ACCORDANCE WITH RULE 153 OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Following these discussions, CCAQ (FB) decided to convene a working party in Mcember 1991 to consider the subject of common accounting standards to be applied in the United Nations system. The working party wil., inLez-ais * review the proqress already achieved by the organisations of the common system in the development of common accounting standards and study further those aspects on which additional work is required, The results of the working party's efforts will be reviewed by CCAQ (FB) at its next ression in March 19?)2. The senior consultant to be appointed by the Secretary-General would also consult with this working party, as well as individually with organizations of the United Nations system and with the Panel of External Auditors, in drawing up his proposals for the standards. A report concernicy the work of the consultant and the results of the consideration of this subject by CCAQ (FB) would then be submitted to the General Assembly at its forty-seventh session.
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STAFF RULES : STAFF RULES 400.1 TO 412.7 APPLICABLE TO DISPATCHERS AND GUIDES IN THE VISITORS SERVICE
Staff rules 108.1 and 108.2 Rule 108.J STAFF COUNCIL fa) The Staff Council shall be consulted, through its elected officers composing the Staff Committee, on questions relating to staff welfare and administration, including policy on appointments, promotions and termina• tions, and on salaries and related allowances, and shall be entitled to make proposals to the Secretary-General on behalf of the staff on such auestions. fb) Except for instructions to meet emergency situations, general administrative instructions or directions on questions within the scope of paragraph fa) shall be transmitted in advance to the Staff Committee for consideration and comment before being placed in effect. (...) Rule 108.2 JOINT ADVISORY COMMITTEE (a) The joint administrative machinery provided for in regulation 8.2 shall consist of a Joint Advisory Committee composed as follows: (i) A chairman selected by the Secretary-General from a list proposed by the Staff Council; (ii) Three members and three alternates representing the Staff Council; (iii) Two members and two alternates representing the Secretary-General. fb) Additional representatives either of the Staff Council or of the Secretary-General may be invited from time to time to participate in the Committee's discussion of particular problems. (c) The Secretary-General shall designate a suitably qualified staff member to act as Secretary to the Joint Advisory Committee and shall arrange for such clerical or other services as may be necessary for the Committee's proper functionin~. 14
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REPORT OF THE 60TH SESSION OF THE CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATIVE QUESTIONS (FINANCIAL AND BUDGETARY QUESTIONS)
The participants trusted that CCAQ(FB) would be consulted on any financial questions which might arise in ~he course of this discussion. 20. (...) ANNEX II Agenda ACC/1984/iO Annex II adopted by the Committee on 12 March 1984 Adoption of the agenda and of a programme of work Document ( ACC/1984/FB/l ( ACC/1984/FB/l/Add.l 2. Programme and budget 2.1 Effects of currency instability and inflation 2.2 Jointly-financed administrative activities 2.2.1 Budgetary performance in 1982-1983 ACC/1984/FB/10 2.2.3 Salary survey specialists for General ACC/1984/FB/16 Service salary surveys in · non•-headquarters duty stations 3. (...) Cash management 5.1 Problems of cash flow and liquidity 5-. 2 Deposit and investment arrangements ACC/198Li/FB/2 ( ACC/1984/FB/4 ( ACC/1984/FB/4/Corr.l ACC/1984/FB/ll ( ACC/1984/PER and FB/5 ( ACC/1984/PER and FB/5/Con ACC/1984/FB/9 ACC/1984/FB/7 ACC/1984/ 10 Annex II page 2 6.
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SUMMARY OF CONCLUSIONS OF THE ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITTEE AT ITS 2ND REGULAR SESSION (PARTS 1 AND 2)
Relevant aspects of the reports of IACSD, CCPOQ, CCAQ as a whole, and of CCAQ(PER) and CCAQ(FB) were drawn by OC to the attention of ACC, as relevant, under the appropriate agenda items. 27. (...) ACC/1996/2/Add.1 English Page 7 CCAQ(FB) Vienna Week of 10-14 February 1997 International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) 28. (...) Abdelkhalek Tazi-Riffi of ITU as Chairman of CCAQ(FB) for a two-year period (1997-1999) starting from its first regular session of 1997, and the appointment of Mr.
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COMMITTEE 10 DRAFT RESOLUTION AS TO THE QUALIFICATIONS WHICH SHOULD BE MET BY THE PLACE FOR THE LOCATION OF THE U.N.O. HEADQUARTERS. AS AMENDED UP TO THE 1ST SENTENCE OF PARAGRAPH BY THE MEETING OF COMMITTEE 10 HELD ON 19 SEPTEMBER, 1945
Location at a place too far removed from normal route~ of world communications. or vr.i. th pre- vailing unfavourable atmospheric conditions would not be suitable. Committee 10 invites the attention, of the Executive Committee i_ . - to the ~ortance that must be _attached to the ma.intenance of unres-:- . . ! (...) connected with tl~c U.N.O~ . . )·,\. . ~ General use by the locc.l popuJ.n.tion of miy of the working langunges "j . ·:.i , . ...,, of the ·u.N.O., togeth~r· with favourable· culturo.1 conditions, suitable . ·_ (MAd-{ .... tl{f:.Lk (rl I~ 't.{G/ /8) . (...) CIEi/G-p&) . . 1~~-ihl:e-facilities for travel to the seat of 1the U.N.O. should be granted 'fb private i.n.d.:i:tldu;:;is by the host state.
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SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON REFUGEES AND DISPLACED PERSONS : PROPOSAL FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF SUB-COMMITTEES : RESOLUTION OF THE CANADIAN DELEGATION
.- (a) to ascertain, by the use of information already available and as necessary by direct request to such persons or bodies as it deems appropriate,_approximate numbers, location and pl~ce of origin or habitual residence Q~_refugees and dfspiaced persons of European origin an~ the ntimber of displaced persorrs already repatriated and to report thereon; LONDON · E/REF/38 Page 2 (b) to ascertain ;,-:hat arrangements~ fb m al or othen:ise, are at present in force or under consideration between European countries -for the return of persons to their country 9f origin or residence; (c) to make recommendations which should guide the international body in order that no action it may take shall interfere in any Ymy rD. th the surrender and punishment of vYar criminals, ~slings and traitors in conforrtuty with present or future international arrangements. or agreements; (d) to ascertain from Govern~ents r epresented on the Committee to what extent they are or vvill be capable of receiving persons from Europe for vmom no other arrangements can be made; (e) ·· ·~ to consider in connection with matters falling yJi thin \ "" .. . (...) The folJio\-ring shall be the ten11s of reference for the Sub- Committe e on Organization 'and Finance:- Considering that the main tasl.cs of any new international body vvhich may b e r ecognized or established :ill the ·sense of the Res~lution adopted by the Economic and Social Council on 16th February, 1946 vall be the repn.tria tion, temporary relief, resettlement or protection of refugees or displaced persons, to investigate and report on:- (i) the status, form, name, coraposition and constitution of this international body; (ii) a suitable procedure for r ecognizing or establishing this internationai body at the earliest possible date, and LONDON E/REF/38 Page 3 (iii) the question of finance, 'ai th a vieTr iD the equitable distribution of the adninistrative and .operative costs of this international body. 6.
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SUMMARY OF CONCLUSIONS OF OC AT ITS 2ND REG.SESS.
Peter Leslie of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), as Secretary of CCAQ(FB) for a further period of two years, from 1 January 1998 to 31 December 1999. 44. (...) Report of the eighty-seventh session of CCAQ(FB), United Nations Headquarters, New York, 25 to 29 August 1997 45. OC noted that the report of the eighty-seventh session of the CCAQ(FB) had identified a number of issues to be brought to the attention of ACC, and considered that those issues could be addressed, on behalf of ACC, by the high-level meeting of CCAQ referred to in paragraph 20 above.
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