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8. Response to United Nations Resolution on Zionism
NOTE.On December 16, 1991, the United Nations General Assembly voted to "revoke the determination contained in its resolution 3379 (XXX) of 10 November 1975.", making obsolete those Public Laws and resolutions calling for the repeal of Resolution 3379: Public Law 101-317 (S.J. Res. 246), 104 Stat. 285, approved June 29, 1990; Public Law 100-169 [S.J. Res. 205), 101 Stat. 913, approved No vember 17, 1987; Public Law 99-90 (S.J. Res. 98], 99 Stat. 385, approved August 15, 1985; House Resolution 855, 94th Congress, agreed to November 11, 1975; Senate Resolution 288, 94th Congress, agreed to October 28, 1975, and Senate Concurrent Resolution 73, 94th Congress, agreed to November 12, 1975.
9. United Nations Environment Program Participation Act of 1973
Public Law 93–188 (H.R. 6788), 87 Stat. 713, approved December 15, 1973 AN ACT To provide for participation by the United States in the United Nations
environment program. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That this Act may be cited as the “United Nations Environment Program Participation Act of 1973”.
SEC. 2. It is the policy of the United States to participate in coordinated international efforts to solve environmental problems of global and international concern, and in order to assist the implementation of this policy, to contribute funds to the United Nations Environmental Fund for the support of international measures to protect and improve the environment.
SEC. 3. There is authorized to be appropriated $40,000,000 for contributions to the United Nations Environment Fund, which amount is authorized to remain available until expended, and which may be used upon such terms and conditions as the President may specify: Provided, That not more than $10,000,000 may be appropriated for use in fiscal year 1974.1
· The Foreign Assistance Appropriations Act, 1977, provided $10,000,000 for necessary expenses to carry out the provisions of sec. 2.
10. Support of Peaceful Settlement of Disputes Executive Order 10206, January 19, 1951, 16 F.R. 529, 22 U.S.C. 287d-1 note.
By virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the statutes, including the United Nations Participation Act of 1945 (59 Stat. 619), as amended, hereinafter referred to as the Act, and the act of August 8, 1950 (Public Law 673, 81st Congress), and as President of the United States, it is hereby ordered as follows:
1. The Secretary of State, upon the request by the United Nations for cooperative action, and to the extent that he finds that it is consistent with the national interest to comply with such request, is authorized, in support of such activities of the United Nations as are specifically directed to the peaceful settlement of disputes and are not involving the employment of armed forces contemplated by Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter, to re quest the Secretary of Defense to detail personnel of the armed forces to the United Nations, and to furnish facilities, services, or other assistance and to loan supplies and equipment to the united Nations in an agreed fair share of the United States under such terms and conditions as the
Secretary of State and the Secretary of Defense shall jointly determine and in accordance with and subject to the provisions of paragraphs (1), (2), and (3) of section 7(a) of the Act, and the Secretary of Defense is authorized to comply with the request of the Secretary of State, giving due regard to the require ments of the national defense.
2. The Secretary of State, in accordance with and subject to the provisions of section 7(b) of the Act, shall require reimbursement from the United Nations for the expense thereby incurred by the United States whenever personnel or assistance is made available to the United Nations except that in exceptional circumstances or when the Secretary of State finds it to be in the national interest, he may, after consultation with the Secretary of Defense, waive, in whole or in part, the requirement of such reimbursement.
3. The Secretary of Defense, in accordance with and subject to the provisions of section
7(a)(1) of the Act, may authorize personnel of the armed forces detailed
to the United Nations to accept directly from the United Nations (a) any or all of the allowances or perquisites to which they are entitled under the first
proviso of section 7(a)(1) of the Act, and (b) extraordinary
expenses and perquisites incident to such detail.
11. Privileges and Immunities
a International Organizations Immunities Act, as amended Partial tent of Public Law 21-21 (HR 44291 54 Stat. 669. approved December 29,
1945, as amended by Potse Law 4353 (HR $210) 9 Stal á approved Febru-
organizations and to the cöcers and express iberedt, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,
SECTION 1.1 For the purposes of this title the term "International organization" means a public international organization in which the United States participates pursuant to any treaty or under the authority of any Act of Congress authorizing such participation or making an appropriation for such participation, and which shall have been designated by the President through appropriate Executive order as being entitled to enjoy the privileges, exemptions, and immunities herein provided. The President shall be authorized, in the light of the functions performed by any such international organization, by appropriate Executive order to withhold or withdraw from any such organization or its officers or employees any of the privileges, exemptions, and immunities provided for in this title (including the amendments made by this title) or to condition or limit the enjoyment by any such organization or its officers or employees of any such privilege, exemption, or immunity. The President shall be authorized, if in his judgment such action should be justified by reason of the abuse by an international organization or its officers and employees of the privileges, exemptions, and immunities herein provided or for any other reason, at any time revoke the designation of any international organization under this section, whereupon the international organization in question shall
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cease to be classed as an international organization for the purposes of this title.2
Executive Order No.
The Food and Agriculture Organization.
Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration).
1946, by Executive Order No. 9698).
Atomic Energy Agency).
designated July 11, 1946, by Executive Order No. 9751).
last clause of sec. 2(d), and sec. 7(b).
of secs. 2(d) and 3 relating to customs duties and federal internal-revenue importation tztes and secs. 4 through 6).
2 The following international organizations are currently designated by the President as public international organizations entitled to enjoy the privileges, exemptions and immunities of the International Organizations Immunities Act: