General Conference

Agenda

CG/386Rev.

List of participants

CG/387Rev.

Organization of Work

CG/388Rev.

Report of the Secretary General

CG/389Corr.

Council Report

CG/390

Report of the Good Offices Commission

CG/391

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

CG/392

Control system

CG/393

Application of Article 23 of the Treaty

CG/394

Use of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes

CG/395

Prevention of radioactive contamination of the marine environment within the framework of the Treaty of Tlatelolco

CG/396

Cooperation between the Nuclear Weapons Free Zone in Latin America and the Caribbean and the South Atlantic Peace and Cooperation Zone

CG/397

Election of Council Members

CG/398Rev.

Extension of the mandate of the current Secretary General

CG/399Rev.

Draft Budget of the Agency for the biennial fiscal year 1994-1995

CG/400Rev.3

Collection of fees

CG/401Rev.

Preparation of the scale of contributions for the apportionment of the Agency's expenses corresponding to the 1994-1995 financial year

CG/402Rev.

Draft scale of contributions for the apportionment of the Agency's expenses for the 1994-1995 financial year

CG/403

Operating Fund

CG/404

Fund for Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy

CG/405

Pension Fund and Staff Retirement Report

CG/406Rev.2

Certification of the external auditor of the financial statements as of 1991, corresponding to the 1990-1991 biennium

CG/407

Certification of the external auditor of the financial statements as of 1992, corresponding to the 1992-1993 biennium

CG/408

Election of the new Secretary General

CG/409

Draft Agreement between the Brazilian-Argentine Agency for Accounting and Control of Nuclear Materials and the Agency for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America and the Caribbean

CG/410

Report of the Secretary General

CG/Res.291

Council Report

CG/Res.292

Status of the Treaty and its Additional Protocols

CG/Res.293

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

CG/Res.294

Application of Article 13 of the Treaty of Tlatelolco

CG/Res.295

Application of Article 14 of the Treaty of Tlatelolco

CG/Res.296

Application of Article 23 of the Treaty of Tlatelolco

CG/Res.297

Use of Nuclear Energy for Peaceful Purposes

CG/Res.298

Prevention of radioactive contamination of the marine environment within the framework of the Treaty of Tlatelolco

CG/Res.299

Collection of fees

CG/Res.300

Agency Budget for the Biennial Fiscal Year 1994-1995

CG/Res.301

Operating Fund

CG/Res.302

Fund for Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy

CG/Res.303

Certification of the external auditor of the Agency's financial statements for the 1990-1991 biennium

CG/Res.304

Certification of the external auditor of the Agency's financial statements for the year 1992

CG/Res.305

Extension of the mandate of the Secretary General

CG/Res.306

Election of the Secretary General (Ambassador Román-Morey)

CG/Res.307

vote of thanks

CG/Res.308

Minutes of the Seventy-sixth Session

CG/PV/76

Minutes of the Seventy-fifth Session

CG/PV/75

Minutes of the Seventy-fourth Session

CG/PV/74

XIII Regular Session of the General Conference

The XIII Regular Session of the General Conference was held in Mexico City from May 27 to 28, 1993 and was presided over by His Excellency Carlos A. de Icaza, Representative of Mexico. The representative of Bolivia and the representative of El Salvador were elected as the two Vice-Presidents of the Conference.

The General Conference had the participation of representatives of twenty four (24) Member States: Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Bolivia, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Grenada, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Dominican Republic, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname , Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay and Venezuela. They also participated eleven (11) Observer States Linked to the Treaty: Argentina, Belize, Brazil, Chile, the People's Republic of China, Dominica, United States of America, Russian Federation, France, Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Netherlands. In addition, they were represented twenty (20) Observer States: Germany, Algeria, Australia, Kingdom of Belgium, Cuba, Arab Republic of Egypt, Spain, Philippines, Finland, Republic of Iraq, Kingdom of Morocco, Kingdom of Norway, New Zealand, Portugal, Republic of Korea, Czech Republic, Slovak Republic , Romania, Holy See and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam; and two (2) international observer organizations: Organization of American States (OAS) and Brazilian-Argentine Agency for Accounting and Control of Nuclear Materials (ABACC).

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

  • Prevention of radioactive contamination of the marine environment within the framework of the Treaty of Tlatelolco
  • Fund for Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy
  • Extension of the mandate of the Secretary General
  • Election of the Secretary General (Ambassador Román-Morey)
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