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Accords bilateraux entre le Gouvernement du Cambodge et l'Ecole Française d'Extrême-Orient concernant le régime des fouilles archéologiques sur le territoire de cet Etat

Subseries consists of certified copies of bilateral agreements signed between the Government of Cambodia and the Ecole Française d'Extrême-Orient. It is unclear if these agreements were sent for informational purposes or if they were sent as supporting documents for later or concurrent UNESCO legal agreements with Cambodia concerning archeological sites.

Governmental organization files

The subseries consists of files on international, regional and national governmental organizations that had official relations or some sort of exchange with the IBI. Most files are relatively thin, with the exception of the following: relations with UNESCO (IBI/6/1/1/34) and relations with UNCTAD (IBI/6/1/1/32). The files appear to be complete although it is likely, as with other series, that there are gaps in the correspondence for years prior to 1980.

Fonds spécial pour le développement économique (Nations Unies)

Subseries consists of agreements signed between UNESCO, the Special Fund or UNDP, and member countries. There are also subcontracts between UNESCO as the executing agency of a project and private or national entities. Other technical assistance agreements may be arranged under subseries by country. UNESCO should only have signed amendments or adjustments to agreements that had an impact on its role as executing agency.

Country files

The External Relations service of the Cabinet of the Director-General was responsible for relations with member and non-member states. Files are organized by country and mostly contain correspondence. Other possible documents attached to the correspondence include: reports, meeting documents, and cooperation agreements. The original order of the series was maintained - the files are roughly in alphabetical order as each country was assigned a number such as, for example: C.1 Afghanistan, C.2 Albania, C.3 Algeria, etc. In seems that in most cases files dating from before 1982 are missing. This is most apparent for countries which had many exchanges with the IBI, such as Italy, France, Spain and the United States of America, for example. Files for those countries represent the bulk of the series.

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