TitleImplementation of the Declaration on the Denuclearization of Africa : resolutions / adopted by the General Assembly.
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Condemns the massive buildup of South Africa's military machine, in particular its frenzied acquisition of nuclear-weapon capability for repressive and aggressive purposes and as an instrument of blackmail; demands that South Africa and all other foreign interests put an immediate end to the exploration for and exploitation of uranium resources in Namibia; calls upon all States, corporations, institutions and individuals to terminate forthwith all forms of military and nuclear collaboration with the racist regime; requests the Disarmament Commission to consider as a matter of priority during its substantive session in 1989 South Africa's nuclear capability, taking into account, inter alia, the findings of the report of the UN Institute for Disarmament Research on South Africa's nuclear capability; commends the adoption by the Security Council of resolutions 558 (1984) and 591 (1986) on the question of South Africa, with a view to blocking the existing loopholes in the arms embargo so as to render it more effective and prohibiting, in particular, all forms of co-operation and collaboration with the racist régime of South Africa in the nuclear field.
Adopted at the 73rd plenary meeting, 7 Dec. 1988. In: Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 43rd session, Volume 1, 20 September-22 December 1988. - A/43/49. - 1989. - p. 72-74. - (GAOR, 43rd sess., Suppl. no. 49).