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Official designation of Benin

Memorandum from Assistant Director-General of the Bureau for External Relations to Assistant Directors-General, Directors of Bureaux, Offices and Divisions at Headquarters, Directors and Chiefs of Established offices away from headquarters. Memorandum reports the change in the official designation of Benin from the People's Republic of Benin to the Republic of Benin. Archives staff seem to have registered the memorandum in this series as a 'special document' based on the historical context.

Memoranda regarding Missions to Rwanda

Memorandum from Assistant Director-General of the Bureau for External Relations to Assistant Directors-General, Directors of Bureaux, Offices and Divisions at Headquarters, Directors and Chiefs of Established offices away from Headquarters. Memorandum gives UN Security coordinator's directions for missions to Rwanda. Archives staff seem to have registered the document in this series as a 'special document' based on the historical context.

Campagne internationale pour la sauvegarde des monuments et sites de la Nubie

Subseries consists of legal instruments signed and issued by member states and UNESCO for the International Campaign to Save the Monuments of Nubia. Instruments were registered first sequentially, then under subsubseries for: A) Agreement with the Government of the United Arab Republic and Final Act of the Meeting of State Members and Associate Members and B) Campaign to save the monuments of Philae.

Accession of South Africa with reservations to the Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the specialized agencies, New York, 21 November 1947

File contains a fax copy of a letter from the Treaty Section, Office of the Legal Affairs, United Nations, announcing that South Africa has deposited an instrument of accession to the Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the specialized agencies, with reservations. As the Convention pertains to UNESCO and there are reservations included, the Treaty Section is required to verify that the specialized agencies concerned approve of the deposit. File also contains copy of the instrument of accession

Assistance technique - Caméroun

The legal instruments in this subseries follow upon the Basic agreement between the UNO, ILO, FAO, UNESCO, ICAO, WHO, TAB and the Government of the United Kingdom (A/125/1) signed 25 June 1951.

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