World Heritage Centre http://whc.unesco.org?cid=305&l=en&action=list&searchDecisions=&search_theme=3&maxrows=20&year_end=2018&mode=rss World Heritage Centre - Committee Decisions 90 en Copyright 2019 UNESCO, World Heritage Centre Wed, 13 Nov 2019 15:17:05 EST UNESCO, World Heritage Centre - Decisions http://whc.unesco.org/document/logowhc.jpg http://whc.unesco.org 1 GA 7-18 Elections to the World Heritage Committee
8. Nineteen States Parties were candidates to the World Heritage Committee : Australia, Canada, Ecuador, Egypt, France, Ghana, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Nigeria, Poland, Senegal, Sudan, Switzerland, Syrian Arab Republic, Tunisia, United States of America,. and Yugoslavia.

9. After explaining that the Committee was composed of 15 members, the Chairman pointed out that there were more candidatures than seats to be filled and he asked if the Assembly wished to proceed to a vote.

10. The Delegation of the Syrian Arab Republic proposed, in view of the practice followed in the elections to various bodies of Unesco and considering the way in which the 26 States Parties to the Convention were assigned to the electoral groups set up for the elections to the Executive Board, that the fifteen seats be attributed in the following way :

4 seats to Group I
2 seats to Group II
1 seat to Group III
1 seat to Group IV
7 seats to Group V of which 3 to Africa and 4 to the Arab States

11. This proposal gave rise to a wide exchange of views, in which nineteen delegations took part, on the principles to be applied in distributing the seats. Whereas certain delegations expressed their entire agreement with the proposal of the Syrian Arab Republic, others pointed out that, according to Article 8, paragraph 2, of the Convention, the election of members or the Committee should ensure an equitable representation of the different regions "and cultures of the world" and that it was necessary to take into account the nature and purpose of the Convention in determining the geographical distribution of the members of the Committee.

12. At the close of the debate, the delegate of the Syrian Arab Republic announced that two of the Arab States would withdraw their candidature (Syria and Sudan), in order to leave four Arab candidatures (Egypt, Iraq, Jordan and Tunisia), if the Assembly accepted the geographical distribution that he had advocated.

13. After a suspension of the meeting proposed by the Chairman to permit the delegations to reach an agreement, such an agreement could not be reached and the delegation of Australia, seconded by the delegations of Ecuador, Switzerland, Zaire and France, requested a vote by secret ballot, in application of Rule 13.1 of the Rules of Procedure.

14. After the representative of the Director General had explained the voting procedure by secret ballot, the Chairman appointed the delegates of Bulgaria and Pakistan as tellers and the Assembly proceeded to a vote.

15. The results of the vote, announced by the Chairman, were as follows :

Number of States Parties present and voting                      25

Number of valid voting papers                                             25

France                                                                                   25 votes

Iran                                                                                       23 votes

Nigeria                                                                                  23 votes

Tunisia                                                                                  23 votes

United States of America                                                     23 votes

Egypt                                                                                     22 votes

Ecuador                                                                                 21 votes

Yugoslavia                                                                             19 votes

Australia                                                                               18 votes

Canada                                                                                  17 votes

Federal Republic of Germany                                              17 votes

Ghana                                                                                   17 votes

Poland                                                                                   17 votes

Senegal                                                                                 17 votes

Iraq                                                                                       15 votes

Jordan                                                                                   14 votes

Switzerland                                                                           14 votes


16. The Chairman declared elected the first fifteen States mentioned above which had obtained the majority of votes required.

17. At the opening of the second meeting, the representative of the Director General recalled the procedure foreseen for the renewal, of members of the World Heritage Committees designated at the first election. In conformity with Article 9 of the Convention, the term of one-third of the members of the Committee shall cease at the end of the first ordinary session of the General Conference following that at which they were elected, and the term of office of a further third of the members designated at the same time shall cease at the end of the second ordinary session of the General Conference following that at which they were elected. The names of the outgoing members shall be chosen by lot by the President of the General Conference after the first election.

18. The choice by lot took place in Nairobi on 30 November 1976. The official record thereof is set out in Annex I.]]>
http://whc.unesco.org/en/decisions/6605 wh-info@unesco.org Fri, 26 Nov 1976 00:00:00 EST
2 COM VI.30 Consideration of Public Information Activities After discussing the proposed programme, the Committee decided that the following three activities would be undertaken during the forth-coming year and authorized expenditure of up to $30,000 for that purpose :

(a) a brochure in five UNESCO languages (Arabic, English, French,Russian and Spanish) aimed primarily at opinion-makers in States not yet adhering to the Convention, to describe the objectives of the Convention, the criteria for nominations to the World Heritage List, the types of assistance available and the ways of applying for such assistance;

(b) a simple, four-panel leaflet on the Convention and its objectives in all five UNESCO languages for distribution to the general public everywhere on a large scale, to answer inquiries; and

(c) a World Heritage poster.

 

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http://whc.unesco.org/en/decisions/2119 wh-info@unesco.org Tue, 05 Sep 1978 00:00:00 EST
2 COM VII.35 Study of Terms and Conditions of Preparatory Assistance After examining the budgetary situation of the World Heritage Fund (see document CC-78/CONF.010/INF.2) and discussing in depth appro- priate use of the Fund, the Committee decided to authorize the Chairman to grant, in consultation with the Director General of UNESCO, preparatory assistance to States Parties up to a total amount of US $140,000 (as shown in document CC-78/CONF.010/8) with a budgetary ceiling of US $15,000 per project. The Committee agreed with the proposal mentioned in paragraph 33 as put forward by the Secretariat and consequently decided that this preparatory assistance could, in exceptional cases, take the form of financial assistance.

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2 COM XI.(c).56 Authorization of Expenditures in 1978-1979 At the invitation of the Chairman, the representative of the Director General presented the proposed expenditures for 1978-1979 (document CC-78/CONF.010/8) divided into five different Chapters. The first three chapters concerned what could be considered as purely operational activities - preparatory assistance, technical cooperation including training, and emergency assistance. The fourth chapter provided for programme support - IUCN and ICOMOS participation, and public information activities. The fifth and last chapter covered temporary assistance for the UNESCO Secretariat in order to cope with part of the additional workload. The figures in the document were only indicative.

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http://whc.unesco.org/en/decisions/2145 wh-info@unesco.org Tue, 05 Sep 1978 00:00:00 EST
2 COM XI.(c).57 Authorization of Expenditures in 1978-1979 In connection with the provisions made for training, the delegates of Canada and of the Federal Republic of Germany stressed the importance of the training of administrators and reference was made to the annual International Seminar for parks administrators organized by the School of Natural Resources in cooperation with the U.S. National Park Service at the University of Michigan. The representative of the Director General of UNESCO confirmed that fellowships for such a course could be granted, if requested by a State Party for one of its nationals.

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http://whc.unesco.org/en/decisions/2146 wh-info@unesco.org Tue, 05 Sep 1978 00:00:00 EST
2 COM XI.(c).58 Authorization of Expenditures in 1978-1979 The delegate of Iraq stated the intention of the Regional Centre for Conservation of Cultural Property in the Arab States to submit for approval at the next session of the Committee a project for a course on the conservation of ancient buildings, to be organized in co-operation with the Committee.

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http://whc.unesco.org/en/decisions/2147 wh-info@unesco.org Tue, 05 Sep 1978 00:00:00 EST
2 COM XI.(c).59 Authorization of Expenditures in 1978-1979 The Committee agreed with the proposal of the delegate of France that the provision for emergency assistance be increased from US $100,000 to US $150,000.

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http://whc.unesco.org/en/decisions/2148 wh-info@unesco.org Tue, 05 Sep 1978 00:00:00 EST
2 COM XI.(c).60 Authorization of Expenditures in 1978-1979 The proposed expenditure for programme support , i.e. contracts with ICOMOS and IUCN and public information activities, as well as the funds allocated to temporary assistance for the UNESCO Secretariat, were supported by the delegates of Canada, France, the Federal Republic of Germany, Iran, Nigeria and the United States of America. The latter having suggested that a certain amount of flexibility be introduced for Chapters IV and V of the proposed expenditure, the Committee, at the proposal of the delegate of Canada, decided to provide for a contingency allocation of 3% of the total amount for all activities proposed.

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http://whc.unesco.org/en/decisions/2149 wh-info@unesco.org Tue, 05 Sep 1978 00:00:00 EST
2 COM XI.(c).61 Authorization of Expenditures in 1978-1979 Taking into account the total resources available in the World Heritage Fund which, as shown in document CC-78/CONF.010/INF.2, amounted to $555,695.25 as at 31 July 1978, the Committee adopted the following revised budget for the period September 1978/September 1979 :

 

Item of expenditure / Funds authorized

 

I. Preparatory Assistance

Preparation of nominations to the World Heritage List and(or) preparation of requests and feasibility studies for technical cooperation projects (provision of experts, equipment or financial grants required for the work foreseen under this item), as provided for
in Articles 13.2 and 21.3 of the Convention / $140.000

II. Technical cooperation

Training (fellowships) for nationals of States Parties to the Convention, as foreseen in Article
22(c) of the Convention / $ 90.000

III. Emergency Assistance (Provision of experts, equipment or financial grants), as foreseen in Article 21.2 of the Convention / $150.000

IV. Programme Support

Technical review of nominations by ICOMOS

For 15 to 30 nominations $300 per nomination
(For up to 15 nominations $450 per nomination) / $9.000

Technical review of nominations by IUCN

For 15 to 30 nominations $300 per nomination
(for up to 15 nominations $450 per nomination) / $9.000

Public information activities / $30.000

// $ 48.000

V. Temporary Assistance for the Secretariat / $ 47.000

Total / $475.000
Contingency Funds (3% of $475.000) / $ 14.250

// $ 489.250

 

 

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2 COM XI.(c).62 Authorization of Expenditures in 1978-1979 The delegate of the United States of America expressed his concern with the workload imposed on the Secretariat by the various activities carried out under the Convention. This concern was shared by all the other members of the Committee who at the same time stated their appreciation of the work already undertaken by the Secretariat. The Committee consequently requested the Chairman to write to the Director General informing him of the decision to grant temporary assistance from the World Heritage Fund for a one-year period and drawing his attention to the need for additional permanent staff support financed by the Regular Programme and Budget of the Organization.

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2 GA 9-16 Elections to the World Heritage Committee


10. The Chairman explained to the General Assembly the procedure to be followed for the election of members of the Committee. As a result of the increase in the number of States having ratified or accepted the Convention, the number of members of the Committee would be increased from 15 to 21. It would therefore be necessary to elect, on the one hand, five members to replace the five members whose term of office was to expire at the end of the 20th session of the General Conference and, on the other hand, six new members whose term of office would be decided by drawing lots. The term of office of two of these States would terminate at the end of the 21st session of the General Conference, that of two other States at the end of the 22nd session of the General Conference, and that of the two remaining States at the end of the 23rd session of the General Conference. The choice by lot would be undertaken by the President of the General Conference, in conformity with Article 9, paragraph 2, of the Convention.

11. Some delegates referred to the terms of the Convention whereby “any State Party to the Convention which is in arrears with the payment of its compulsory or voluntary contribution for the current year and the calendar year immediately preceding it shall not be eligible as a membem of the World Heritage Committee”. In the light of this provision, the delegates of the Federal Republic of Germany and of Costa Rica withdrew their candidature. They explained to the Assembly that the delay in paying their contributions was due to budgetary reasons, but that their governments would take the necessary measures to make the payments very shortly.


12. Several delegates then broached the problem of geographical distribution, making reference to Article 8, paragraph 2, of the Convention, according to which "Election of members of the Committee shall ensure an equitable representation of the different regions and cultures of the world". One delegate proposed, in view of the practice followed in the elections to other bodies of Unesco, and given the distribution of the 40 States Parties to the Convention among the electoral groups set up for the purpose of elections to the Executive Board, that the 21 seats on the Committee be attributed as follows: 5 seats to Group I, 2 to Group II, 4 to Group III, 3 to Group IV and 7 to Group V. This proposal gave rise to a wide exchange of views on the principles which should govern the distribution of the seats. Some speakers suggested a different distribution among these same groups, or the formation of different groups, while others observed that the procedure could not be the same for elections involving the 145 Member States of Unesco as for the election of members to the Committee, since the Convention had, to date, only 40 States Parties. Many delegates stressed the need to remain flexible, since the number of States Parties was likely to increase, and it would be dangerous to establish rigid principles which would create a precedent for future elections.


13. Taking into account the wish of all those present to reach a balanced geographical distribution, and in order to allow the delegations time to arrive at an agreement, the Chairman proposed that the meeting be suspended. Since it had not been possible to reach an agreement, he suggested the delegates should proceed to vote by secret ballot, bearing in mind the moral obligation to achieve an equitable distribution. In order to help to clarify the situation, the delegate of Poland withdrew his country's candidature, in favour of that of Bulgaria.

14. Other questions concerning more specifically the voting procedure itself were raised and, in particular, as to whether the five States members whose term of office was due to expire at the end of the 20th session of the General Conference could be re-elected to the new Committee. The Deputy Assistant Director-General (Operational Activities) of the Sector of Culture and Communication replied that there was nothing in the Convention that was contrary thereto. One delegate, with the support of many other delegations, proposed that the Assembly should proceed to a single vote for the eleven members to be elected. The five candidates gaining the largest number of votes would be considered as elected in replacement of the five retiring members, and the six candidates with the next highest number of votes would be considered as elected to the six new seats, and their terms of office would consequently be determined by lot. This proposal was accepted by the Assembly.

15. The Chairman then appointed the delegates of Costa Rica and Egypt as tellers, and the General Assembly proceeded to the vote. The results of the vote, which the Chairman announced, were as follows:

Number of States Parties present and voting :

34

 

Number of valid voting papers :

34

 

Number of votes obtained by the States having obtained the required majority (18 votes):

 

 

France

France

29

Bulgaria

21

 

Panama

26

Sudan

20

 

Italy

23

Senegal

19

 

Pakistan

23

Switzerland

19

 

Argentina

22

Algeria

18

 

 

 

Nepal

18


 

16. The five States having obtained the greatest number of votes were declared elected by the Chairman in replacement of the five States whose term of office was to expire at the end of the 20th session of the General Conference. The next six States mentioned above were declared elected by the Chairman as new members of the Committee, with terms of office to be determined by drawing As a result of the choice by lot undertaken by the President of the General Conference on 23 November 1978, the terms of office of the six new members were fixed as follows : Algeria and Sudan until the end of the 21st session of the General Conference, Bulgaria and Nepal until the end of the 22nd session of the General Conference, and Senegal and Switzerland until the end of the 23rd session.]]>
http://whc.unesco.org/en/decisions/6601 wh-info@unesco.org Fri, 24 Nov 1978 00:00:00 EST
3 COM XIII.50.a Consideration of Technical Co-operation requests - Ecuador After examining the requests received from States Parties and the recommendations of the Bureau, the Committee decided to grant technical co-operation as follows:

(a) Ecuador

Equipment to enable the authorities to ensure the integrity of tho natural environment of the Galapagos Islands through protective measures.

up to a maximum of $50,000

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http://whc.unesco.org/en/decisions/2207 wh-info@unesco.org Mon, 22 Oct 1979 00:00:00 EST
3 COM XV.53 Support sevices to the secretariat and to the advisory international organizations The Committee heard the report of the working group on the management of the Convention and its financial implications and took note of the following points:

i) The Convention was now entering its operational phase particularly as regards technical co-operation, emergency assistance and the training of specialists, which implied a considerable increase in the workload of the Secretariat. An amount of approximately $210,000 had been spent by the Unesco Secretariat in 1979 under its Regular Budget for the management of the Convention.

ii) Funds actually obligated in 1979 under the World Heritage Fund for programme support were as follows:

ICOMOS $ 15,600
IUCN $ 6,000
Temporary assistance to the Secretariat $ 59,000
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$ 80,600

iii) The representatives of ICOMOS and IUCN explained that they had received funds under a lump-sum arrangement depending on the number of nominations examined but that this approach did not enable the Organizations to assure proper processing of the files and their continuous participation in the management of the Convention. They indicated that the direct contributions of their organizations to the management of the Convention could be estimated at $30,000 and $12,500 respectively in 1979.

 

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http://whc.unesco.org/en/decisions/2210 wh-info@unesco.org Mon, 22 Oct 1979 00:00:00 EST
3 COM XV.54 Support sevices to the secretariat and to the advisory international organizations The Committee then decided:

a) that it was not opportune at the present time to retain a fixed percentage such as 14%, as indicated in paragraph 26 of document CC-79/CONF.003/12, to cover direct management costs of the Convention;

b) to ask the Director-General of Unesco to make additional efforts to provide the Secretariat with an adequate permanent staff to enable it to meet the substantial increase in workload due to the fact that the Convention has now entered its operational phase. Until the Secretariat could be fully constituted and a sufficient number of Member States ratified the Convention, the Committee considered it necessary to continue to provide for temporary assistance for the Secretariat and decided to review this question at its next session;

c) that with respect to temporary assistance and the processing of files by the advisory organizations, only a limited number of files could be processed between two Committee sessions,and therefore no allocation per nomination file should be made.

d) to allocate the following funds for programme support for the implementation of the Convention:

- for the Secretariat: under temporary assistance. .. $ 70,000

of which $40,000 for two consultants each for 6 m/m, one consultant for the cultural part, and one consultant for the natural part, and $30,000 for two(part-time) secretaries-documentalists

for IUCN ..$ 12,000

of which $4,000 for evaluation of files based on approximately 20 files,

$2,500 for travel and per diem costs for participation in meetings of the Bureau,

$2,500 for promotion of the Convention and, if necessary, field visits,

$3,000 for professional experts in the evaluation of the nominations

for ICOMOS ..$ 30,000

of which $20,000 for a part-time co-ordinator to evaluate nominations based on approximately 80 files,

$10,000 for one third of a full-time secretary and miscellaneous secretariat expenditures.

//$112,000

 

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http://whc.unesco.org/en/decisions/2211 wh-info@unesco.org Mon, 22 Oct 1979 00:00:00 EST
3 COM XVI.56 Presentation of the Statements of accounts of the World Heritage Fund and adoption of a budget The Committee adopted the following budget for the period October 1979 to December 1980.

BUDGET (October 1979 - December 1980)

Activities / Brought forward from 1978-1979 / Additional funds allocated / Total funds authorized for period October 78- December 80

I. Preparatory Assistance / $69,234 /$ 80,000 / $ 149,234 (30 m/m)

II. Technical Co-operation / -- / $165,400 / $ 165,400

III. Training / $4,700 / $ 200,000 / $ 204,700

IV. Emergency / $ 70,000 / $ 100,000 / $ 170,000

V. Promotional Activities / $ 500 / $ 36,400 / $ 36,900

VI. Programme Support

- ICOMOS } / $ -3,600 / $ 45,600 / $ 42,000 ($ 12,000 IUCN)
- IUCN }      /  (deficit) /               /              ($ 30,000 ICOMOS)

VII. Temporary Assistance to the Secretariat

                  /      --     / 70,000  / 70,000

                  //140,834 / 697,400 / 838,234

Contingencies: 3% of total funds authorized

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http://whc.unesco.org/en/decisions/2213 wh-info@unesco.org Mon, 22 Oct 1979 00:00:00 EST
3 COM XVII..b).60 Emergency assistance for the Natural and Culturo-historical region of Kotor (Yugoslavia) Note was taken of the request from Yugoslavia for emergency assistance, in the form of equipment and consultant services, for the Natural and Culturo-historical region of Kotor. However, the Committee felt that further information should be made available on the equipment required and decided to grant in the first instance $20,000 for consultant services.  

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http://whc.unesco.org/en/decisions/2217 wh-info@unesco.org Mon, 22 Oct 1979 00:00:00 EST
7 EXT.COM 3C Report of the Rapporteur of its 28th session (Suzhou, 2004) The World Heritage Committee,

  1. Having examined Documents WHC-04/7 EXT.COM/3C and WHC-04/7 EXT.COM/INF.3C and WHC-04/7 EXT.COM/INF.3C.Add
  2. Takes note with satisfaction of the Report of the Rapporteur of its 28th session (Suzhou, 2004).
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http://whc.unesco.org/en/decisions/29 wh-info@unesco.org Mon, 06 Dec 2004 00:00:00 EST
7 EXT.COM 4B.2 Working Methods of the world Heritage Committee The World Heritage Committee:

1. Having examined Document WHC-04/7 EXT.COM/4B,

2. Recalling Decision 28 COM 13.1, adopted at its 28th session (Suzhou, 2004)

3. Decides that the Special Meeting of Experts referred to in paragraph 13 of Decision 28 COM 13.1 shall take place in Kazan, as offered by the Russian Federation and thanks the Russian authorities for their offer;

4. Decides that the Special Meeting mentioned above will take place from 6 to 9 April 2005;

5. Requests the World Heritage Centre to prepare a background paper collecting as much as possible relevant information pertaining to the elements referred to in, points a), b), c), and d) of paragraph 13 of the Decision 28 COM 13.1. This document should be considered the reference document for the work of the Special Meeting of Experts and it should also be distributed to all Members of the Committee for information under a circular letter;

6. Requests the Advisory Bodies to present to the Special Meeting of Experts a document on the analysis of the Tentative List, and thematic studies as stated in paragraph 12 of the above-mentioned decision in order to get a clear position concerning the question of the unrepresented and less represented categories of natural and cultural properties on the World Heritage List;

7. Requests the World Heritage Centre to prepare, on the basis of the conclusions and proposals of the Special Meeting of Experts, a document for the consideration by the Committee at its 29th session (Durban, 2005).

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http://whc.unesco.org/en/decisions/72 wh-info@unesco.org Mon, 06 Dec 2004 00:00:00 EST
7 EXT.COM 4B.2 Working Methods of the world Heritage Committee The World Heritage Committee:

1. Having examined Document WHC-04/7 EXT.COM/4B,

2. Recalling Decision 28 COM 13.1, adopted at its 28th session (Suzhou, 2004)

3. Decides that the Special Meeting of Experts referred to in paragraph 13 of Decision 28 COM 13.1 shall take place in Kazan, as offered by the Russian Federation and thanks the Russian authorities for their offer;

4. Decides that the Special Meeting mentioned above will take place from 6 to 9 April 2005;

5. Requests the World Heritage Centre to prepare a background paper collecting as much as possible relevant information pertaining to the elements referred to in, points a), b), c), and d) of paragraph 13 of the Decision 28 COM 13.1. This document should be considered the reference document for the work of the Special Meeting of Experts and it should also be distributed to all Members of the Committee for information under a circular letter;

6. Requests the Advisory Bodies to present to the Special Meeting of Experts a document on the analysis of the Tentative List, and thematic studies as stated in paragraph 12 of the above-mentioned decision in order to get a clear position concerning the question of the unrepresented and less represented categories of natural and cultural properties on the World Heritage List;

7. Requests the World Heritage Centre to prepare, on the basis of the conclusions and proposals of the Special Meeting of Experts, a document for the consideration by the Committee at its 29th session (Durban, 2005).

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http://whc.unesco.org/en/decisions/72 wh-info@unesco.org Mon, 06 Dec 2004 00:00:00 EST
7 GA 9-10 Examination of the Statement of Accounts of the World Heritage Fund The General Assembly examined document CC-89/CONF.013/2 by which the accounts of the World Heritage Fund were submitted to the Assembly in accordance with the Financial Regulations of the Fund. The Assembly was informed of contributions received since 31 August 1989 from several States Parties. A detailed statement of these contributions is given below.

Etat partie Somme Années de contribution
  (en dollars des Etats-Unis d'Amérique)  
Costa Rica 696 1986 to 1988
Cyprus 958 1988-1989
German Democratic Rep. 31,384 1989
Italy 4,799 1989
Jamaica 479 1988
Monaco 10 1989
New Zealand 20,259 1986 to 1989
Pakistan 1,544 1988-1989
Peru 157 1989
Poland 15,093 1989
Republic of Korea 4,791 1989
Senegal 452 1988-1989
Sri Lanka 294 1988-1989
Syrian Arab Republic 3,451 1989
United Rep. of Tanzania 200 19,871,988
Yugoslavia 21,562 1988-1989

10. The General Assembly then took note of the statement of accounts of the World Heritage Fund for the financial period ending 31 December 1987, the interim statement of accounts for the period 1988-1989 as at 31 August 1989 and the summary of contributions received from States Parties as at 31 August 1989, presented in document CC-89/CONF.013/2. The Assembly also took note of the information provided by the Secretariat concerning contributions received since 31 August 1989.]]>
http://whc.unesco.org/en/decisions/6538 wh-info@unesco.org Thu, 09 Nov 1989 00:00:00 EST