section E UN Resolutions United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization General Conference 36th Session, Paris 2011 36 C/PLEN/DR.1 29 October 2011 Original: English Plenary Session Item 9.1 of the agenda DRAFT RESOLUTION Submitted by ALGERIA, ANGOLA, BAHRAIN, BURKINA FASO, BURUNDI, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC, CHAD, COMOROS, CONGO, CUBA, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO, DJIBOUTI, EGYPT, GABON, GUINEA, INDONESIA, IRAQ, JORDAN, KUWAIT, KYRGYZSTAN, LEBANON, LIBYA, MALI, MAURITANIA, MOROCCO, NICARAGUA, NIGER, OMAN, PAKISTAN, QATAR, SAUDI ARABIA, SENEGAL, SOMALIA, SOUTH AFRICA, SRI LANKA, SUDAN, SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLIC, TUNISIA, TURKEY, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, VENEZUELA (Bolivarian Republic of ), YEMEN and ZIMBABWE The General Conference, Considering the request for Admission of Palestine into UNESCO’ for admis - sion of Palestine to UNESCO submitted in 1989, and reiterated at each session of the General Conference, Having noted that Palestine accepts UNESCO’s Constitution and is ready to fulfill the obligations which will devolve upon it by virtue of its admission and to contribute towards the expenses of the Organization, Having noted that the Executive Board, at its 187th session recommended the admission of Palestine to membership of UNESCO, Decides to admit Palestine as a member of UNESCO. © koninklijke brill nv, leiden, 2015 | doi 10.1163/9789004227965_016
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