REPORT OF THE COUNCIL OF FAO
13 – 24 June, 1949
FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Washington D.C., U.S.A.
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I. Report of the Director-General on his Mission
II. The World Food Situation
III. International Distribution
IV. National Plans and Programs
V. Development Problems, Including Financing and Technical Assistance
VI. FAO's Program of Work
VII. Palestine Arab Refugees
VIII. Greek Refugees
IX. Budget and Finance
X. Arrangements for the Fifth Session of the Conference
XI. Site of Permanent Headquarters
XII. Relations with Other International Organizations
XIII. Appointments to Standing Advisory Committees
XIV. Arrangements for the Seventh Session of the Council
The Council has held its Sixth Session, 13–24 June 1949, in Paris at the Hotel d'Elchingen, 20 rue Quentin Bauchart.
The first meeting, which was held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Quai d'Orsay, was opened by M. Pflimlin, Minister of Agriculture for France, on behalf of Prime Minister Queuille.
The Council, which at its Fifth Session had decided to accept the kind invitation of the Government of France, greatly appreciates the many courtesies extended by the host government, including the provision of meeting rooms, offices and administrative secretariat.