TitleQuestion of Bermuda : resolution / adopted by the General Assembly.
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Reiterates the view that such factors as territorial size, geographical location, size of population and limited natural resources should in no way delay the speedy exercise by the people of the Territory of their inalienable right to self-determination and independence; reaffirms its strong conviction that the presence of military bases and installations in the Territory could constitute a major obstacle to the implementation of this right; calls upon the administering Power to continue to take all necessary measures, in co-operation with the territorial Government, to counter problems related to drug trafficking; emphasizes the desirability of sending a visiting mission to the Territory and requests the administering Power to facilitate the dispatch of such a mission at the earliest possible opportunity.
Adopted at the 59th plenary meeting, 22 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. 242-243. - (GAOR, 43rd sess., Suppl. no. 49).