APPENDIX C

LIST OF DOCUMENTS


 

C 99/1 Provisional Agenda
C 99/2 The State of Food and Agriculture
C 99/3 Programme of Work and Budget 2000-2001
C 99/3-Corr.1 Corrigendum to C 99/3
C 99/3-Corr.2 (Chinese and English only) Corrigendum to C 99/3
C 99/4 Programme Evaluation Report 1998-99
C 99/5 Audited Accounts FAO 1996-97
C 99/6 Report on Follow-up to the World Food Summit Plan of Action
C 99/7 No document
C 99/8 Programme Implementation Report 1996-97
C 99/8-Corr.1 Corrigendum to C 99/8
C 99/9 Report on Progress in the Revision of the International Undertaking on Plant Genetic Resources
C 99/9-Rev.1
(French only)
Revision of C 99/9
C 99/10 Applications for Membership in the Organization
C 99/10-Sup.1 Supplement to C 99/10
C 99/10-Sup.2 Supplement to C 99/10
C 99/11 Election of Council Members
C 99/12 A Strategic Framework for FAO 2000-2015 Version 4.0
C 99/12-Corr.1
(Spanish only)
Corrigendum to C 99/12
C 99/12-Sup.1 Supplement to C 99/12
C 99/13 Admission to the Session of Representatives and Observers of International Organizations
C 99/13-Sup.1 Supplement to C 99/13
C 99/14 Outcome of the Rotterdam Conference on Prior Informed Consent (PIC)
C 99/14-Sup.1 Supplement to C 99/14
C 99/15 No document
C 99/16 Arrangements for the 30th Session of the Conference
C 99/17 Appointment of Representatives of the FAO Conference to the Staff Pension Committee
C 99/18 Appointment of Director-General (Note by the Secretary-General of the Conference and Council)
C 99/19 Appointment of Independent Chairman of the Council
C 99/19-Corr.1 Corrigendum to C 99/19
C 99/19-Corr.2 Corrigendum to C 99/19

C 99/INF/Series
C 99/INF/1 Report of Informal Meeting of Observers from International Non-Governmental Organizations (INGOs)
C 99/INF/2 Guide on Conduct of Plenary Meetings
C 99/INF/3-Rev.1 Provisional List of Delegates and Observers
C 99/INF/4 Provisional List of Documents
C 99/INF/5 Statement by the Director-General
C 99/INF/6 Presentation of the B.R. Sen Awards (1998 and 1999)
C 99/INF/7 Presentation of A.H. Boerma Award 1998-99
C 99/INF/8 Presentation of the Edouard Saouma Award 1998-99
C 99/INF/9 21st McDougall Memorial Lecture
C 99/INF/10 Margarita Lizárraga Medal
C 99/INF/11 Provisional Checklist of Documents for Commission I
C 99/INF/12 Provisional Checklist of Documents for Commission II
C 99/INF/13 Financial Position of the Organization
C 99/INF/14 Implementation of 1998 Regional Conference Recommendations
C 99/INF/15 FAO Members, Council Members, Members of the Council Committees and of the World Food Programme Executive Board
C 99/INF/16 Statement of Competence and Voting Rights Submitted by the European Community (EC) and its Member States
C 99/INF/17 Multilateral Treaties Deposited with the Director-General (Status as at 31 August 1999)
C 99/INF/17-Sup.1 Supplement to C 99/INF/17
C 99/INF/18 Extracts from Council Reports
C 99/INF/19 Notification of Membership in the Open Committees of the Council 2000-2001
C 99/INF/20-Rev.1 Outcome of the Conference on the Multifunctional Character of Agriculture and Land (Maastricht, Netherlands, September 1999)
C 99/INF/21 6th Progress Report on the Implementation of the Plan of Action for Women in Development
C 99/INF/22 Panel of Eminent Experts on Ethics in Food and Agriculture
C 99/INF/23 No document
C 99/INF/24 No document
C 99/INF/25 Information Note on Biosafety

C 99/LIM/Series
C 99/LIM/1 Preparations for the 30th Session of the FAO Conference (Extract from CL 117/REP)
C 99/LIM/2 Report of the Nominations Committee
C 99/LIM/3 United Nations/FAO World Food Programme (Extract from CL 116/REP)
C 99/LIM/4 Programme Implementation Report 1996-97 (Extract from CL 115/REP)
C 99/LIM/5 Programme Evaluation Report 1998-99 (Extract from CL 116/REP)
C 99/LIM/6 Programme of Work and Budget 2000-01 (Extract from CL 117/REP)
C 99/LIM/7 Strategic Framework 2000-2015 -Version 4.0 (Extract from CL 117/REP)
C 99/LIM/8 Amendments to the General Rules of the Organization (Extract from CL 116/REP)
C 99/LIM/9 Amendments to the General Regulations and Rules of WFP (Extract from CL 116/REP)
C 99/LIM/10 FAO Audited Accounts 1996-97 (Extract from CL 115/REP)
C 99/LIM/11 Scale of Contributions 2000-2001 (Extract from CL 116/REP)
C 99/LIM/11-Corr.1 Corrigendum to C 99/LIM/11
C 99/LIM/12 After Service Medical Coverage (Extract from CL 115/REP)
C 99/LIM/13 Amendments to the Financial Regulations (including Draft Resolution) (Extract from CL 117/REP)
C 99/LIM/14 First Report of the General Committee
C 99/LIM/15 Second Report of the General Committee
C 99/LIM/16 First Report of the Credentials Committee
C 99/LIM/17 Cooperation Agreement with INFOPECHE (Extract from CL 117/REP)
C 99/LIM/18 Cooperation Agreement with Lake Victoria Fisheries Organization LVFO (Extract from CL 117/REP)
C 99/LIM/19 Cooperation Agreement with INFOPESCA (Extract from CL 117/REP)
C 99/LIM/20 Use of Gender-Neutral Language in Basic Texts (Extract from CL 117/REP)
C 99/LIM/20–Rev.1
(French only)
Revision to C 99/LIM/20
C 99/LIM/21 International Undertaking on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture
C 99/LIM/22 First Report of the Resolutions Committee
C 99/LIM/22-Sup.1 Supplement to C 99/LIM/22
C 99/LIM/23 Third Report of the General Committee (Election of Council Members)
C 99/LIM/24 Fourth Report of the General Committee
C 99/LIM/25 Fifth Report of the General Committee
C 99/LIM/26 Second Report of the Resolutions Committee
C 99/LIM/27 Second Report of the Credentials Committee
C 99/LIM/28 Sixth Report of the General Committee (Appointment of the Independent Chairman of the Council)
C 99/LIM/29 Third Report of the Resolutions Committee
C 99/LIM/30 Seventh Report of the General Committee

C 99/REP/Series
C 99/REP/1 to Draft Report of Plenary
C 99/REP/12
C 99/REP/12-Sup.1
C 99/REP/13 to
C 99/REP/15
C 99/I/REP/1 to Draft Report of Commission I
C 99/I/REP/4
C 99/II/REP/1 to Draft Report of Commission II
C 99/II/REP/3

C 99/PV/Series
C 99/PV/1 First to Sixteenth Verbatim Records, Plenary
C 99/PV/2 Rev.1
C 99/PV/3 to
C 99/PV/10
C 99/PV/10-Sup.1
C 99/PV/11 to
C 99/PV/16
C 99/I/PV/1 to First to Seventh Verbatim Records, Commission I
C 99/I/PV/7
C 99/II/PV/1 to First to Ninth Verbatim Records, Commission II
C 99/II/PV/9

C 99/DJ/Series
C 99/DJ/1 to Daily Journals of the Conference
C 99/DJ/9

 


 


APPENDIX D

COOPERATION AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION FOR MARKETING INFORMATION AND COOPERATION SERVICES FOR FISHERY PRODUCTS IN AFRICA (INFOPÊCHE)
AND
THE FOOD AND AGRlCULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS (FAO)


The Contracting Parties,

Considering that INFOPÊCHE was established with the assistance of FAO as a concrete step towards carrying out the objectives, strategies and programmes of action adopted by the World Conference on Fisheries Management and Development, convened in Rome in 1984, by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations,

Considering that INFOPÊCHE is an independent intergovernmental organization established by an Agreement, adopted on 13 December 1991 by a Conference of Plenipotentiaries convened by the Director-General of FAO, which entered into force on the 23 December 1993 and for which the Director-General of FAO is the Depositary,

Considering that Article 13 of the Agreement establishing INFOPÊCHE provides that "the Contracting Parties agree that there should be cooperation between INFOPÊCHE and other international fisheries institutions and other organizations which may contribute to the work and further the objectives of INFOPÊCHE. INFOPÊCHE may enter into agreements with such institutions and organizations. Such agreements may include, if appropriate, provision for participation by such organizations in activities of INFOPÊCHE ",

Considering also that the Governing Council of INFOPÊCHE, at its Fifth Regular Session on 20 March 1998, decided to propose a cooperation agreement with FAO with a view to reinforcing existing relations between INFOPÊCHE and FAO and to formalizing cooperation between the two organizations,

Considering further that paragraph 1 of Article XIII of the FAO Constitution states that "in order to provide for close cooperation between the Organization and other international organizations with related responsibilities, the Conference may enter into agreements with the competent authorities of such organizations, defining the distribution of responsibilities and methods of cooperation",

Recognizing the interest which FAO has in the promotion of cooperation relating to development of fisheries in the African region,

Have agreed as follows:

I. A close relationship shall be established and maintained between INFOPÊCHE and FAO.
II. FAO shall participate in meetings of the Governing Council and in other technical committees of INFOPÊCHE as an observer.
III. INFOPÊCHE shall be invited to participate in the sessions of the Conference and the Council of FAO in an observer capacity.
IV. FAO shall, as far as possible, and in conformity with the constitutional instruments and decisions of its competent bodies, give due consideration to requests for technical assistance made by INFOPÊCHE.
V. As far as possible and within the mandates of both organizations, FAO shall use INFOPÊCHE as an executing agency for fishery marketing projects in Africa.
VI. INFOPÊCHE and FAO may, in appropriate cases, agree to convene under their auspices, according to arrangements to be made in each particular case, joint meetings concerning matters of interest to both organizations.
VII. INFOPÊCHE and FAO may, through special arrangements, decide upon joint action with a view to attaining objects of common interest.
VIII. INFOPÊCHE and FAO may, when they consider it desirable, set up joint committees or working parties, on conditions to be mutually agreed in each case, to consider matters of common interest.
IX. Subject to such arrangements as may be necessary for the safeguarding of classified material, INFOPÊCHE and FAO shall arrange for the fullest exchange of information and documents concerning matters of common interest.
X. The Fishery Industries Division and GLOBEFISH at FAO Headquarters in Rome, in collaboration with the FAO Regional Office for Africa in Accra, shall serve as focal points for liaison between INFOPÊCHE and FAO.
XI. The Contracting Parties may decide by mutual agreement to extend the scope of their cooperation as appropriate.

Entry into force

The present Agreement shall enter into force as soon as it has been approved by the appropriate Governing Bodies of both organizations.

 


 


APPENDIX E

COOPERATION AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE LAKE VICTORIA FISHERIES ORGANIZATION (LVFO)
AND
THE FOOD AND AGRlCULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS (FAO)


The Governments of the Republic of Kenya, the United Republic of Tanzania and the Republic of Uganda, hereinafter referred to as the "Contracting Parties",

Considering that LVFO was established as an independent intergovernmental organization by a Conference of Plenipotentiaries held on 30 June 1994 in Kisumu, Kenya, and that the Director-General of FAO is the Depositary of the Convention establishing it,

Considering that paragraph 2 of Article XIX of the Convention for the Establishment of the Lake Victoria Fisheries Organization provides that "The Organization will continue its working relationship with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)...",

Considering further that paragraph 1 of Article XIII of the FAO Constitution states that, "in order to provide for close cooperation between the Organization and other international organizations with related responsibilities, the Conference may enter into agreements with the competent authorities of such organizations, defining the distribution of responsibilities and methods of cooperation",

Recognizing the interest which FAO has in the promotion of cooperation relating to fisheries among the riparian countries of Lake Victoria,

Have agreed as follows:

I. A close relationship shall be established and maintained between LVFO and FAO.
II. FAO shall be invited to participate in the meetings of the Council of Ministers, the Policy Steering Committee and the Executive Committee, as well as in the meetings of the Fisheries Management Committee and the Scientific Committee of LVFO as an observer.
III. LVFO shall be invited to participate in the sessions of the Conference and the Council of FAO in an observer capacity.
IV. As far as possible and within the mandates of both organizations, FAO shall use LVFO as an executing agency for fishery projects in Lake Victoria.
V. LVFO and FAO may, in appropriate cases, agree to convene under their auspices, according to arrangements to be made in each particular case, joint meetings concerning matters of interest to both organizations.
VI. LVFO and FAO may, through special arrangements, decide upon joint action with a view to attaining objects of common interest.
VII. LVFO and FAO may, when they consider it desirable, set up joint committees or working parties on conditions to be mutually agreed in each case, to consider matters of common interest.
VIII. Subject to such arrangements as may be necessary for the safeguarding of classified material, LVFO and FAO shall arrange for the fullest exchange of information and documents concerning matters of common interest.
IX. The Fishery Policy and Planning Division at FAO Headquarters in Rome, in collaboration with the FAO Sub-regional Office for Southern and Eastern Africa (SAFR) in Harare, shall serve as a focal point for liaison between LVFO and FAO.
X. The Contracting Parties may decide by mutual agreement to extend the scope of their cooperation as appropriate.

Entry into force

The present Agreement shall enter into force as soon as it has been approved by the Governing Bodies of both organizations.

 


 


APPENDIX F

COOPERATION AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CENTRE FOR MARKETING INFORMATION AND ADVISORY SERVICES FOR FISHERY PRODUCTS IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN (INFOPESCA)
AND
THE FOOD AND AGRlCULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS (FAO) 


The Contracting Parties,

Considering that INFOPESCA was established in 1977 as an FAO/UNDP project,

Considering that INFOPESCA was established as an independent intergovernmental organization by a Constituent Assembly held on 18 February 1994 in San José, Costa Rica, and that the Director-General of FAO is the Depositary of its Constitution,

Considering that paragraph 1 of Article 17 of the Constitution establishing INFOPESCA provides that "INFOPESCA shall seek to establish an agreement with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and to build a close working relationship with the FAO Network of Regional Fish Marketing Information and Technical Advisory Services" and that paragraph 2 of the same Article 17 provides that "INFOPESCA shall accept that a representative of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, appointed by its Director-General, shall participate in all its meetings, but without the right to vote",

Considering further that paragraph 1 of Article XIII of the FAO Constitution states that "in order to provide for close cooperation between the Organization and other international organizations with related responsibilities, the Conference may enter into agreements with the competent authorities of such organizations, defining the distribution of responsibilities and methods of cooperation",

Recognizing the interest which FAO has in the promotion of cooperation relating to fisheries among the countries of Latin American and the Caribbean,

Have agreed as follows:

I. A close relationship shall be established and maintained between INFOPESCA and FAO.
II. FAO shall participate in meetings of the General Assembly, the Executive Committee and the Consultative Committee of INFOPESCA as an observer.
III. INFOPESCA shall be invited to participate in the sessions of the Conference and the Council of FAO in an observer capacity.
IV. As far as possible and within the mandates of both organizations, FAO shall use INFOPESCA as an executing agency for fishery and aquaculture projects in Latin America and the Caribbean.
V. INFOPESCA and FAO may, in appropriate cases, agree to convene under their auspices, according to arrangements to be made in each particular case, joint meetings concerning matters of interest to both organizations.
VI. INFOPESCA and FAO may, through special arrangements, decide upon joint action with a view to attaining objects of common interest.
VII. INFOPESCA and FAO may, when they consider it desirable, set up joint committees or working parties, on conditions to be mutually agreed in each case, to consider matters of common interest.
VIII. Subject to such arrangements as may be necessary for the safeguarding of classified material, INFOPESCA and FAO shall arrange for the fullest exchange of information and documents concerning matters of common interest.
IX. The Fishery Industries Division and GLOBEFISH at FAO Headquarters in Rome, in collaboration with the FAO Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean (RLAC) in Santiago, shall serve as focal points for liaison between INFOPESCA and FAO.
X. The Contracting Parties may decide by mutual agreement to extend the scope of their cooperation as appropriate.

Entry into force

The present Agreement shall enter into force as soon as it has been approved by the Governing Bodies of both organizations.

 


 


APPENDIX G

SCALE OF CONTRIBUTIONS 2000-2001


(1999 and 1998 Scales shown for comparative purposes)


Member Nations

Scale a/
2000-01

             Scale


1999 b/

1998 c/


Afghanistan

0.003%

0.003%

0.01%

Albania

0.003%

0.003%

0.01%

Algeria

0.086%

0.095%

0.17%

Angola

0.010%

0.010%

0.01%

Antigua and Barbuda

0.002%

0.002%

0.01%

   
Argentina

1.108%

1.037%

0.51%

Armenia

0.006%

0.011%

0.05%

Australia

1.490%

1.500%

1.58%

Austria

0.946%

0.953%

0.93%

Azerbaijan

0.011%

0.022%

0.12%

   
Bahamas

0.015%

0.015%

0.02%

Bahrain

0.017%

0.017%

0.02%

Bangladesh

0.010%

0.010%

0.01%

Barbados

0.008%

0.008%

0.01%

Belgium

1.109%

1.117%

1.08%

    
Belize

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

Benin

0.002%

0.002%

0.01%

Bhutan

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

Bolivia

0.007%

0.007%

0.01%

Bosnia and Herzegovina

0.005%

0.005%

0.01%

   
Botswana

0.010%

0.010%

0.01%

Brazil

1.478%

1.488%

1.73%

Bulgaria

0.011%

0.019%

0.09%

Burkina Faso

0.002%

0.002%

0.01%

Burundi

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

   
Cambodia

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

Cameroon

0.013%

0.013%

0.01%

Canada

2.745%

2.788%

3.32%

Cape Verde

0.002%

0.002%

0.01%

Central African Republic

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

  
Chad

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

Chile

0.137%

0.133%

0.09%

China

1.000%

0.985%

0.79%

Colombia

0.110%

0.110%

0.11%

Comoros

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

   
Congo

0.003%

0.003%

0.01%

Congo, Democratic Republic of

0.007%

0.007%

0.01%

Cook Islands d/

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

Costa Rica

0.016%

0.016%

0.01%

Côte d'Ivoire

0.009%

0.009%

0.01%

   
Croatia

0.030%

0.037%

0.10%

Cuba

0.024%

0.026%

0.05%

Cyprus

0.034%

0.035%

0.03%

Czech Republic

0.108%

0.123%

0.27%

Democratic People's Republic of Korea

0.015%

0.019%

0.05%

  
Denmark

0.695%

0.700%

0.77%

Djibouti

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

Dominica

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

Dominican Republic

0.015%

0.015%

0.01%

Ecuador

0.020%

0.020%

0.02%

   
Egypt

0.065%

0.066%

0.09%

El Salvador

0.012%

0.012%

0.01%

Equatorial Guinea

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

Eritrea

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

Estonia

0.012%

0.015%

0.04%

   
Ethiopia

0.006%

0.006%

0.01%

Fiji

0.004%

0.004%

0.01%

Finland

0.546%

0.549%

0.66%

France

6.575%

6.620%

6.86%

Gabon

0.015%

0.015%

0.01%

    
Gambia

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

Georgia

0.007%

0.019%

0.12%

Germany

9.902%

9.928%

9.68%

Ghana

0.007%

0.007%

0.01%

Greece

0.353%

0.355%

0.41%

   
Grenada

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

Guatemala

0.018%

0.018%

0.02%

Guinea

0.003%

0.003%

0.01%

Guinea-Bissau

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

Guyana

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

   
Haiti

0.002%

0.002%

0.01%

Honduras

0.003%

0.003%

0.01%

Hungary

0.121%

0.122%

0.15%

Iceland

0.032%

0.032%

0.03%

India

0.300%

0.303%

0.33%

   
Indonesia

0.189%

0.186%

0.15%

Iran, Islamic Republic of

0.162%

0.195%

0.48%

Iraq

0.032%

0.046%

0.15%

Ireland

0.225%

0.227%

0.23%

Israel

0.352%

0.349%

0.29%

    
Italy

5.462%

5.498%

5.61%

Jamaica

0.006%

0.006%

0.01%

Japan

20.668%

20.228%

16.73%

Jordan

0.006%

0.006%

0.01%

Kazakhstan

0.048%

0.067%

0.20%

    
Kenya

0.007%

0.007%

0.01%

Kiribati d/ f/

0.001%

Korea, Republic of

1.011%

1.006%

0.88%

Kuwait

0.129%

0.136%

0.20%

Kyrgyzstan

0.006%

0.008%

0.03%

Lao People’s Democratic Republic

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

     
Latvia

0.017%

0.024%

0.09%

Lebanon

0.016%

0.016%

0.01%

Lesotho

0.002%

0.002%

0.01%

Liberia

0.002%

0.002%

0.01%

Libya

0.125%

0.134%

0.21%

   
Lithuania

0.015%

0.022%

0.09%

Luxembourg

0.068%

0.069%

0.08%

Madagascar

0.003%

0.003%

0.01%

Malawi

0.002%

0.002%

0.01%

Malaysia

0.184%

0.182%

0.15%

    
Maldives

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

Mali

0.002%

0.002%

0.01%

Malta

0.014%

0.014%

0.01%

Marshall Islands f/

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

Mauritania

0.001%

Mauritius

0.009%

0.009%

0.01%

   
Mexico

1.000%

0.992%

0.84%

Moldova, Republic of

0.010%

0.018%

0.09%

Mongolia

0.002%

0.002%

0.01%

Morocco

0.041%

0.042%

0.03%

Mozambique

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

   
Myanmar

0.008%

0.008%

0.01%

Namibia

0.007%

0.007%

0.01%

Nepal

0.004%

0.004%

0.01%

Netherlands

1.640%

1.651%

1.70%

New Zealand

0.222%

0.224%

0.26%

    
Nicaragua

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

Niue d/, f/

0.001%

Niger

0.002%

0.002%

0.01%

Nigeria

0.032%

0.041%

0.12%

Norway

0.613%

0.618%

0.60%

Oman

0.051%

0.052%

0.04%

   
Pakistan

0.059%

0.060%

0.06%

Palau f/

0.001%

Panama

0.013%

0.013%

0.01%

Papua New Guinea

0.007%

0.007%

0.01%

Paraguay

0.014%

0.014%

0.01%

Peru

0.099%

0.096%

0.06%

   
Philippines

0.081%

0.081%

0.06%

Poland

0.197%

0.210%

0.35%

Portugal

0.433%

0.422%

0.30%

Qatar

0.033%

0.033%

0.04%

Romania

0.056%

0.068%

0.16%

   
Rwanda

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

Saint Kitts and Nevis

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

Saint Lucia

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

Samoa

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

San Marino f/

0.002%

   
Sao Tome and Principe

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

Saudi Arabia, Kingdom of

0.565%

0.576%

0.76%

Senegal

0.006%

0.006%

0.01%

Seychelles

0.002%

0.002%

0.01%

Sierra Leone

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

   
Slovakia

0.035%

0.040%

0.09%

Slovenia

0.061%

0.062%

0.08%

Solomon Islands

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

Somalia

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

South Africa

0.368%

0.371%

0.34%

   
Spain

2.603%

2.621%

2.54%

Sri Lanka

0.012%

0.012%

0.01%

Sudan

0.007%

0.007%

0.01%

Suriname

0.004%

0.004%

0.01%

Swaziland

0.002%

0.002%

0.01%

   
Sweden

1.084%

1.097%

1.32%

Switzerland e/

1.221%

1.230%

1.29%

Syria

0.064%

0.065%

0.05%

Tajikistan

0.004%

0.005%

0.02%

Tanzania, United Republic of

0.003%

0.003%

0.01%

    
Thailand

0.171%

0.169%

0.14%

The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

0.004%

0.004%

0.01%

Togo

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

Tonga e/

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

Trinidad and Tobago

0.016%

0.017%

0.03%

    
Tunisia

0.028%

0.028%

0.03%

Turkey

0.442%

0.445%

0.41%

Turkmenistan

0.006%

0.008%

0.03%

Uganda

0.004%

0.004%

0.01%

United Arab Emirates

0.179%

0.180%

0.20%

   
United Kingdom

5.116%

5.152%

5.69%

United States of America

25.000%

25.000%

25.00%

Uruguay

0.048%

0.049%

0.04%

Vanuatu

0.001%

0.001%

0.01%

Venezuela

0.161%

0.178%

0.35%

   
Viet Nam

0.007%

0.007%

0.01%

Yemen

0.010%

0.010%

0.01%

Yugoslavia

0.026%

0.035%

0.11%

Zambia

0.002%

0.002%

0.01%

Zimbabwe

0.009%

0.009%

0.01%

   
   

100.00%

100.00%

100.00%



a/   Derived directly from the UN Scale of Assessments for 2000 as adopted by General Assembly Resolution 52/215 of 22 December 1997.
b/   Derived directly from the UN Scale of Assessments for 1999 as adopted by General Assembly Resolution 52/215 of 22 December 1997.
c/   Derived directly from the UN Scale of Assessments for 1997 as adopted by General Assembly Resolution 49/19 B of 23 December 1994.
d/   The Secretariat of the UN Committee on Contributions advised that the "theoretical probable" rate of this member of FAO, which is not a member of the UN, would be the minimum rate, i.e. 0.01 percent
e/   The contribution rates of these two members of FAO which are not members of the United Nations, are derived from the percentages at which they are called upon by the UN to contribute to certain UN activities.
f/   New Member Nation admitted at the Thirtieth Session of the Conference.

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