TitleThe situation in Central America : threats to international peace and security and peace initiatives : resolution / adopted by the General Assembly.
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Urges the 5 Central American countries to adopt immediately formulae that will enable them to overcome the obstacles impeding the advancement of the regional peace process; exhorts the 5 Central American countries, with the utmost urgency, to promote and supplement the agreed verification machinery, with the co-operation of regional or extra-regional States and bodies of recognized impartiality and technical capacity, which have shown a desire to collaborate in the Central American peace process; requests the Secretary-General to afford the fullest possible support to the Central American Governments in their efforts to achieve peace, especially by taking the measures necessary for the development and effective functioning of the essential verification machinery; appeals to the countries which are outside the region but which have links with it and interests in it to facilitate the implementation of the agreement concluded at the Esquipulas II summit meeting and to abstain from any action which may impede such implementation; urges the international community and international organizations to increase their technical, economic and financial co-operation with the Central American countries for the implementation of the activities supporting the goals and objectives of the Special Plan of Economic Co-operation for Central America and as a way of assisting the efforts being made by the countries of the region to achieve peace and development.
Adopted at the 50th plenary meeting, 15 Nov. 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. 27-28. - (GAOR, 43rd sess., Suppl. no. 49).