Requests the Secretary-General, within the overall existing resources of UN, to continue collecting, analysing and disseminating information on the incidence, expansion and effects of organized transnational crime; also requests the Secretary-General to continue collecting the provisions of national legislation on the prevention and control of organized transnational crime, money-laundering, monitoring of large-scale cash transactions and other measures, taking into account the work done by other intergovernmental organizations, and to make them available to Member States desiring to enact or further develop legislation in those areas, at their request; requests the Secretary-General to provide, within the overall existing resources of UN, upon request, advisory services and practical assistance to Member States wishing to adopt legislation or amendments or other measures and to upgrade the skills of their criminal justice personnel, in order to prevent and control organized transnational crime.
Adopted at the 43rd plenary meeting, 25 July 1994. "Annex: Discussion document on the World Ministerial Conference on Organized Transnational Crime": p. 24-26. In: Resolutions and decisions of the Economic and Social Council, organizational session for 1994, New York, 25 January and 3 and 4 February 1994; resumed organizational session for 1994, New York, 6 June 1994; substantive session of 1994, New York, 27 June-29 July 1994; second special session of 1994, New York, 16 September 1994; resumed substantive session of 1994, New York, 3 and 4 November 1994 - E/1994/94 - p. 23-26 - (ESCOR, 1994, Suppl. no. 1).