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OEA/Ser.G
CP/RES. 771 (1239/00)
25 May 2000
Original: Spanish

CP/RES. 771 (1239/00)

GRANTING THE REPUBLIC OF IRELAND THE STATUS
OF PERMANENT OBSERVER TO THE ORGANIZATION

THE PERMANENT COUNCIL OF THE ORGANIZATION OF AMERICAN STATES,

HAVING SEEN the request from the Government of Ireland to be granted the status of permanent observer to the Organization of American States (CP/doc.3295/00) and the corresponding report of the Committee on Juridical and Political Affairs (CP/CAJP-1666/00); and

CONSIDERING:

That by resolution AG/RES. 50 (I-O/71), the General Assembly established the status of permanent observer to the Organization of American States and entrusted the Permanent Council with the task of determining the criteria and timeliness to give effect to that provision; and

That under resolution CP/RES. 407 (573/84), any independent state may request the status of permanent observer to the Organization of American States, pursuant to resolution AG/RES. 50 (I-O/71),

RESOLVES:

1. To grant the Republic of Ireland the status of permanent observer to the Organization of American States, pursuant to General Assembly resolution AG/RES. 50 (I-O/71) and Permanent Council resolution CP/RES. 407 (573/84).

2. To invite the Government of Ireland to accredit a permanent observer to the organs, agencies, and entities of the Organization, in keeping with operative paragraph 7 of resolution CP/RES. 407 (573/84).

3. To request the Secretary General to advise the organs, agencies, and entities of the Organization, including the inter-American specialized organizations, of this decision, once the Government of Ireland has been apprised thereof.


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