Public Papers of the Secretaries General of the United Nations, Volume 6

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Columbia University Press, Jun 1, 2010 - Political Science - 708 pages
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Contents

Introduction to This Volume of the Public Papers of U Thant
1
Acceptance of Office
21
Staff Problems
28
From Statement in the Fifth Committee Preceding the Proposal
44
Message to PaulHenri Spaak Foreign Minister of Belgium
54
Text of Identical Cables to Jawaharlal Nehru Prime Minister
74
Statement to the Advisory Committee on the Congo
80
From Speech at the Annual Luncheon of the United States Commit
92
Address on Science and Technology before the Economic and Social
372
From Transcript of Press Conference Rome July 11
383
Exchange of Messages with Foreign Ministers of Indonesia Malaya
393
Introduction to the Eighteenth Annual Report August 20
404
Exchange of Communications with the President of the Republic
421
From Transcript of Press Conference September 12
442
The Situation in the Congo August and September
448
Statement at the Consecration Ceremony of the Church Center
464

Statement Dedicating the Hammarskjold Room at the House of
100
The Question of West Irian May and June
126
Two Speeches on New Nations
132
The Development Decade
139
The Situation in the Congo JuneSeptember
153
From Transcripts of Press Conferences JuneAugust
168
The West Irian Agreement AugustOctober
194
Introduction to the Seventeenth Annual Report August 24
201
Statement Broadcast by Radio Moscow August 30
215
From Transcript of Press Conference September 17
222
Statement at the Unveiling of a Plaque in Memory of Dag Hammar
230
and 27
244
Statement in the General Assembly Accepting a Full Term
251
The Financial Situation
266
Relations between Cambodia and Thailand October and December
288
Remarks to the Advisory Committee on the Congo March 20
305
From Transcripts of Press Conferences FebruaryMay
313
The Yemen Question April and June
327
The United Nations as a Force for PeaceA Message to
334
Message on the Occasion of the Transfer of Administration of West
340
Education in Our Changing TimesFrom Address at Mount
349
From Transcript of Press Conference New York June 28
364
Note Verbale to Governments Offering Standby Military Units to
478
The Guilty GenerationFrom Address at Dinner of American
485
Letter to the President of the Security Council Concerning
490
Letter to Sir Patrick Dean Permanent Representative of
491
From Transcript of Press Conference January 21
504
The Situation in Cyprus February and March
517
Text of Identical Cables to the President of Cyprus and
524
Report to the Security Council on Military Disengagement in
536
The League of Nations and the United Nations April 1964
543
The Situation in Cyprus AprilJune
563
Letter to the Permanent Representative of South Africa March 27
580
From Statement at the Unveiling of the Hepworth Sculpture
595
From Transcript of Press Conference July 8
604
The Situation in Cyprus JulySeptember
614
Communication to the Government of Cyprus on Freedom
620
The Situation in Yemen August and September
634
From Transcript of Press Conference August 20
640
Statement at the Unveiling of the Chagall Panel September 17
650
Letter to the President of the Security Council Concerning
659
of the Charter
681
Index
689
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