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PAN

 

AMERICAN

 

HEALTH

 

ORGANIZATION

 

WORLD

 

HEALTH

 

ORGANIZATION

 

 

      

28th DIRECTING COUNCIL

 

33rd SESSION OF THE REGIONAL COMMITTEE

Washington D.C., 21 September – 1 October 1981

RESOLUTION

CD28.R1

ADMISSION OF ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES IN THE

PAHO

THE 28th DIRECTING COUNCIL,

Having examined the formal request for membership in the Pan American Health Organization

made on behalf of the Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines by the Minister of Foreign

Affairs in a communication dated 12 May 1981; and

Considering that the Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines has declared its readiness to

accept all the obligations established in the Constitution of the Pan American Health Organization,

to comply with the provisions of the Pan American Sanitary Code, as amended by the Additional

Protocol of 24 September 1952, and to contribute by means of a specified quota assessment to the

financial support of the Organization,

RESOLVES:

1. To approve with satisfaction the request of the Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines for

membership in the Pan American Health Organization.

2. To instruct the Director to transmit this decision to the Member Governments of the

Organization.

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