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October 196I Original: ENGLISH


Subject: Admission of Mauritania to Membership in the Economic Commission for Africa

!• At its 55th meeting on 18 February 1961, the Economic Commission for Africa agreed to submit a draft resolution, for action by the Economic and Social Council, which sought the Council's approval for the admission of Mauritania to Membership in the Economic Commission for Africa, under paragraph 6 of the terms of reference of the


2. At its plenary meeting, 19 July I96I, the Council adopted resolu

tion No* 822(XXXIl) 3) copy of which is attached approving the recommend

ation of the Commission.

3» Mauritania has therefore become a member of the Economic Commission for Africa,



Uo. 822(XXXIl) D



1. Takes note of the annual report^of the Economic Commission for

Africa for the period 7 February i960 to 18 February 196I, and of the

recommendations and resolutions contained in Parts II and III of that report$

2, Endorses the programme of work and priorities contained in Part V of the report;


Admits Mauritania to membership in the Economic Commission for Africa under paragraph 6 of the terms of reference of the Commission.

1171st plenary meeting,

19 July 1961

id., Supplement Ho. 10 (E/3452/Rev.l)


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