General Conference

Provisional Agenda

CG/200Rev.1

Delegations of Member States

CG/201Rev.1

Organization of Work

CG/202

Report of the Secretary General (May 1980-April 1981)

CG/203

Sixth Report of the Council

CG/204

Report of the Good Offices Commission

CG/205

Report of the Committee on Contributions and Budget Affairs

CG/206

Election of Council Members

CG/207

Election of the Secretary General

CG/208

Status of the Treaty and its Additional Protocols

CG/209

Status of the Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the Agency

CG/210

Control system

CG/211

Article 23 of the Treaty

CG/212

Use of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes

CG/213

Right to peace

CG/214

Certification of the External Auditor of the financial statements corresponding to the year 1980

CG/215

Collection of fees and advances to the Operating Fund

CG/216

Agency budget for the biennium 1982-1983

CG/217

Scale of contributions for the apportionment of the expenses of the Agency for the financial year 1982-1983

CG/218

Operations Fund. Report of the Committee on Contributions and Budget Affairs

CG/219

Provision of the General Secretariat (Curriculum of Dr. José Ricardo Martínez Cobo)

CG/220

Question of the possibility of Technical and Financial Cooperation to OPANAL

CG/221

Agenda (XXXVII Session)

CG/222

Agenda (XXXVIII Session)

CG/223

Agenda (XXXIX Session)

CG/224Prov.

Agenda (XL Session)

CG/225Prov.

Agenda (XLI Session)

CG/226Prov.

Certification of the External Auditor of the financial statements corresponding to the year 1981

CG/227

Report of the Secretary General

CG/Res.135

Election of Council Members

CG/Res.136

Status of the Treaty and its Additional Protocols

CG/Res.137

Status of the Treaty and its Additional Protocols. St. Vincent and the Grenadines

CG/Res.138

Report of the Good Offices Commission

CG/Res.139

Status of the Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the Agency

CG/Res.140

Control System: application of Article 13 of the Treaty of Tlatelolco

CG/Res.141

Control System: application of Article 14 of the Treaty of Tlatelolco

CG/Res.142

Article 23 of the Treaty

CG/Res.143

Council Report

CG/Res.144

Election of the Secretary General

CG/Res.145

Application of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes

CG/Res.146

Use of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes

CG/Res.147

Accounting statement of the Agency

CG/Res.148

Agency Budget. Report

CG/Res.149

Report of the Committee on Contributions and Budget Affairs

CG/Res.150

Collection of fees and advances to the Operating Fund. Report

CG/Res.151

Scale of quotas for the apportionment of the Agency's expenses corresponding to the 1982-1983 financial year. Report

CG/Res.152

Operations Fund. Report

CG/Res.153

Recognition and congratulations to the outgoing Secretary General, Mr. Dr. Héctor Gros Espiell

CG/Res.154

Venue of the Eighth Regular Session

CG/Res.155

Vote of thanks to the Government of Mexico

CG/Res.156

Minutes of the Forty-first Plenary Session

OPANAL/PV/41

Minutes of the Fortieth Plenary Session

OPANAL/PV/40

Minutes of the Thirty-ninth Plenary Session

OPANAL/PV/39

Minutes of the Thirty-eighth Plenary Session

OPANAL/PV/38

Minutes of the Thirty-seventh Plenary Session

OPANAL/PV/37

VII Ordinary Period of Sessions of the General Conference

The VII Regular Session of the General Conference was held in Mexico City from April 21 to 24, 1981 and was chaired by His Excellency Mr. Antonio González de León, representative of Mexico. The representative of Colombia and the representative of Jamaica were elected as the two Vice-Presidents of the Conference.

The General Conference had the participation of representatives of nineteen (19) Member States: Bolivia, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Dominican Republic, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay, Venezuela. They also participated nine (9) Observer States Linked to the Treaty: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, the People's Republic of China, the United States of America, France, Great Britain, the Netherlands, and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. In addition, they were represented twenty three (23) Observer States: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Arab Republic of Egypt, Spain, Philippines, Finland, Greece, Hungary, India, Iraq, Japan, Lebanon, Norway, Pakistan, Poland, German Democratic Republic, Federal Republic of Germany, Romania, Holy See, Sweden, Switzerland, and Vietnam; and two (2) international observer organizations: the Organization of American States (OAS) and the United Nations (UN).

At the Conference several topics were discussed and several resolutions were adopted, including:

  • Election of Council members
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