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Session : 04COM 1980close
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[Uniquement en anglais] Opening of the session. Adoption of the agenda. Election of the Chairman, Vice-Chairmen and Rapporteur. Nominations to the World Heritage List. Technical co-operation requests. Protection of the World Heritage Emblem and of the name of the World Heritage Fund. Revised text of the "Operational Guidelines for the implementation of the World Heritage Convention". Measures to be taken to improve the balance between the cultural and the natural heritage in the implementation of the Convention. Public information ...
[Uniquement en anglais] I would like to welcome the participants of the fourth session of the World Heritage Committee. The French Government is honored that this meeting, which brings together the leading specialists in historical monuments and natural sites, is being held in 1980 in France. At the request of the President of the Republic, 1980 is in fact Heritage Year in our country. It is marked by numerous activities initiated by the State, local communities and associations for preserving and enhancing the illustrious and more humble legacies of our people's past. It is fortu- nate ...
La quatrième session du Comité du patrimoine mondial s'est tenue à Paris, France, du 1er au 5 septembre 1980 à l'aimable invitation du gouvernement français.  Les États membres du Comité dont la liste suit étaient présents à la réunion: Algérie, Argentina, Australie, Bulgaria, Equateur, Egypte, France, Ghana, Iraq, Italy, Népal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Panama, Sénégal, Soudan, Suisse, Tunisie, États-Unis d’Amérique and Yougoslavie. Des représentants du Conseil international des monuments et des sites (ICOMOS) et de l'Union international pour la conservation de la ...
[Uniquement en anglais] Representatives of the International Council of Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) and of the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN) attended the meeting in an advisory capacity.
[Uniquement en anglais] Observers from thirteen States Parties to the Convention which were not members of the Committee, namely Brazil, Canada, Costa Rica, Cyprus, Federal Republic of Germany, Haiti, Honduras, Jordan, Mexico, Norway, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya and Zaire also attended the session, as well as an observer from one other international organization: the Arab, Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization. The full list of participants will be found in Annex I to this report.
Le président, le Dr Shehata Adam, a déclaré la session ouverte ; il a ensuite souhaité la bienvenue aux participants et remercie le gouvernement français d'avoir aimablemet invité le Comité du patrimoine mondial  à tenir sa quatrième session à l'Hôtel de Sully. M. Jean-Pierre Bady, directeur de la Caisse nationale des monuments historiques et des sites, a prononcé une allocution de bienvenue dans laquelle il a brièvement évoqué l'historique de l'Hôtel de Bethune Sully.  M. Michel Batisse, Sous-Directeur général adjoint  des sciences, a pononcé ...
[Uniquement en anglais] 5. Dr. Shehata Adam brought to the attention of the Committee the text of a letter from the Government of Jordan regarding the nomination to the World Heritage List of the "Old City Jerusalem and its walls" and suggested the matter be taken up under Item 4 of the proposed agenda.6.  The delegate from the United States of America suggested that a working group on the balance between cultural and natural sites be established and the exanimation of the Report of the Rapporteur on the 4th session of the Bureau of the World Heritage Committee (19-22 May1980) was ...
[Uniquement en anglais] 8. Mr. M. Parent was elected as Chairman of the Committee by accla- mation. The Committee then elected by acclamation the following representatives of States Members of the Committee as Vice-Chairmen : H. Exe. Prof. R.O. Slatyer (Australia), Mr. J. Adusei (Ghana), Mrs. R. Torres de Arauz (Panama), Mr. D. Hales (United States of America), Dr. M. Prelog (Yugoslavia) and Mr. A. Beschaouch (Tunisia) as Rapporteur. Dr. S. Adam (Egypt), the former Chairman of the Committee, was invited to participate in the work of the Bureau. 9. Mr. M. Parent, in his capacity as ...
[Uniquement en anglais] The Committee discussed one by one those nominations which had been recommended by the Bureau for inscription on the List, those which had been recommended by the Bureau not to be entered on the List and nominations which raised a problem of application of the criteria, and were hence recommended by the Bureau to be deferred. In each case the Committee heard, as appropriate, the comments of the representatives of IUCN and/or ICOMOS who presented an evaluation of each property in question in relation to the criteria. The representatives of IUCN and ICOMOS were ...
Le Comité a également décidé d'élargir le site protégé du Lac Ohrid pour y inclure la zone culturelle et historique située aux abords du lac.  Ce site sera designé comme suit:  "La région d'Ohrid ses aspects culturels et historique et son milieu naturel.".
[Uniquement en anglais] The Committee furthermore decided not to inscribe the following ten sites on the World Heritage List : No. / Name of property / State Party 104 / Church of Orosi / Costa Rica 105 / National Monument at San Jose / Costa Rica 108 / National Theatre / Costa Rica 110 / Church of Nicoya / Costa Rica 123 / Kainji Lake National Park / Nigeria 56 / Valley of Heidal / Norway 57 / Kjerringøy Trading Centre / Norway 60 / Eidsvoll Building / Norway 141 / Archaeological ruins at ...
16. A l'issue d'un débat sur la proposition d'inscription présentée par le Royaume hachémite de Jordanie au sujet de la « vieille ville de Jérusalem et ses remparts », la motion suivante a été adoptée par consensus : « Le Comité de patrimoine mondial, au cours de sa 4ème session, a pris en considération, dans tous ses aspects culturels et humains, la proposition présentée par le Royaume hachémite de Jordanie relative à la « vieille ville de Jérusalem et ses remparts ». Le Comité a apprécié, d’un complet accord, leur ...
Le Comité décide d'inscrire sur la Liste du patrimoine mondial les vingt-huit sites suivants : No. identification / Nom du bien / État partie 102 / Qalaa des Beni Hammad / Algerie 124 /  Ville historique d'Ouro Prêto / Brésil 133 /  Site de Burgess Shale / Canada  79 / Paphos / Chypre 134 /Parc national Redwood /  États-Unis d'Amérique 10 / Basse vallée de l'Aouache / Ethiopie 12 / Tiya / Ethiopie 15  / Axoum / Ethiopie 17 / Basse vallée de l'Omo / Ethiopie 35 / Batiments traditionnels Asante / Ghana 129 / Site maya de Copan / Honduras 91 / Centre historique de Rome / ...
[Uniquement en anglais] The Committee decided furthermore to defer the following sites : No. / Name of property / State Party 101 / Dey's Palace at Algiers/ Algeria 103 / Citadel Quarter of Setif / Algeria 106 /  National archaeological park of Guayabo de Turrialba / Costa Rica 107 / Santa Rosa historic mansion / Costa Rica  109 / Ruins of Ujarras / Costa Rica  11 /  Adulis / Ethiopia 111 / Bale Mountain National Park / Ethiopia 112 / Abijatta Shalla Lakes National Park / Ethiopia  13 / Melka Kontoure / Ethiopia 14 / Matara / Ethiopia 16  /Yeha / Ethiopia 92 / Convent of ...
[Uniquement en anglais] 18.  The Committee reiterated the importance of the Operational Guidelines and emphasized that every measure should be taken to ensure that the resulting guidelines are the best possible and that they reflect the thorough deliberations which precede each decision taken by the Committee. The insertion in the introduction of a brief paragraph to this effect was recommended by the Committee.  19. The Committee then discussed in detail the Revised Operational Guidelines and made the following modifications: a) Chapter I, section A, paragraph 5 (ii) should ...
[Uniquement en anglais] 21. The Committee heard the report of the working group set up to examine measures to improve the balance between the cultural and the natural heritage in the implementation of the Convention and agreed with the recommendations set out below: 1) Preparatory assistance to States Parties should be granted on a priority basis for: (i) the establishment of tentative lists of cultural and natural properties situated in their territories and suitable for inclusion in the World Heritage List; (ii) the preparation of nominations of types of properties underrepresented ...
[Uniquement en anglais] 22. The Committee took note of the Report of the Secretariat on public information activities undertaken during the preceding year. The Committee also emphasized the importance of such activities in promoting and imple menting the World Heritage Convention. 23. The Committee requested the Secretariat that the royalties on the retail prices for Upsala Ekeby's commemorative Glass and Silverware go directly into the World Heritage Fund, and agreed that 10 % of these royalties (i.e. 2 % on the retail sales price) go to Unesco's Public Liaison Fund to cover expenses ...
[Uniquement en anglais] 30. The Secretariat informed the Committee that it had carefully explored the various means available to protect the emblem and the name of the World Heritage Fund. 31. Possibilities for such protection exist in a number of countries within the framework of the Universal Copyright Convention, the Berne Convention and national legislation. In noting this report the Committee decided to include in the operational guidelines the following recommendation : Nations party to the Convention should take all possible measures to prevent the use of the emblem of the ...
[Uniquement en anglais] 32. The Committee heard the report of the working group set up to examine the interim statement of accounts and technical co-operation requests and to prepare a budget for September 1980 to December 1981. 33. The Committee took note of document CC-80/CONF. 016/7 which includes the interim statement of accounts of the World Heritage Fund for the period 1 January 1979-31 July 1980. It also noted the surplus in the World Heritage Fund amounting to 1,463,832.61 $ as of 31 July this year. In view of this favorable financial situation the Committee adopted a budget for ...
[Uniquement en anglais] 36. The following two requests were submitted to the Secretariat during the fourth session of the Committee : Ecuador - The Historic Center of Quito  Panama - The fortifications on the Caribbean  side of Panama : Portobelo-San Lorenzo $ 25,000  $ 51,000  37.  The Committee authorized the Chairman of the Committee to approve these two requests in consultation with the other members of the Bureau subject to the outcome of a technical review by the Secretariat and the professional non-governmental organizations ...
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