1. The Forty-First Session of the Council of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations was held at FAO headquarters in Rome from 11 to 13 November 1963 under the chairmanship of Mr. Louis Maire. Mr. Abdel Fattah El Morsi (UAR) and Mr. A.C.B. Maiden (Australia) were appointed First Vice-Chairman and Second Vice-Chairman, respectively.
2. The agenda for the session, as adopted, is set out in Appendix A.
3. The Council requested its Chairman to extend the condolences of the Council Members to the governments of the Federal Republic of Germany and Japan for the recent tragic disasters suffered by those countries.
4. The provisional agenda, as approved by the Fortieth Session of the Council held in June 1963, was circulated to all Member Nations on 17 July 1963 as C 63/1 first draft.
5. Under Rule II-5 of the General Rules of the Organization, any Member Nation or Associate Member may request the inclusion of additional items, provided such requests reach the Director-General not less than thirty days before the opening of a Conference session. Only one such request was received by the Director-General on this occasion. It came from the Government of Ghana and its purpose was to provide for the possibility of amending Article II of the Constitution in order that a Member or Associate Member Nation of FAO that breaks or continues to break, in a persistent way, the principles enunciated in the Constitution, may be excluded from Membership by the Conference by a two-thirds majority of the votes cast, provided that such majority shall represent one half of the Member Nations present. This communication reached the Director-General on July 1963, i.e., before the deadline for submitting draft amendments to the Constitution, and its text was duly circulated to all Member Nations by circular letter G/286 dated 18 July 1963, in accordance with Article XX-3 of the Constitution.
6. The Council noted that the proposal submitted by the Government of Ghana was in conformity with the procedural requirements of the Constitution and that it was included in a supplementary list (C 63/1-Add.1). The Council recommended that the Provisional Agenda be completed by including this subject under Item 19(a) “Amendments to the Constitution and General Rules of the Organization”, and that it be entitled “Exclusion from Membership in FAO - Proposal from the Government of Ghana.”
7. The Council noted that Item 17 “Reorientation of FAO's Activities and Co-ordination of Programs” covered two subjects which are already provided for under Items 11(a) and 16 respectively. Thus Item 17 of the Provisional Agenda was unnecessary and the Council recommended its deletion.
8. In conclusion, and in accordance with Rule II-11 of the General Rules of the Organization, the Council recommended approval of the Provisional Agenda set out in C 63/1 - first draft, subject to the insertion of the additional item given in paragraph 6 above and the elimination of Item 17.
9. The Council's proposals for the planning of the Twelfth Session of the Conference set out in document C 63/4-Rev.1, were circulated to all Member Nations and Associate Members on 8 August 1963.
10. The Council noted that the proposed elimination of Item 17 of the Provisional Agenda would make it possible for Commission II to initiate consideration of the Draft Program of Work and Budget half a day earlier than had been visualized in the proposed time-table in C 63/4 Rev.1.
11. The Council considered, however, that advantage should be taken of any possibility to move further forward the examination of this very important subject. While not wishing to recommend any alteration of the provisional timetable at that stage, it was pleased to note that the suggestion would be borne in mind by the Secretary-General of the Conference.
12. The Council had no other comments on the arrangements for the Session.
13. In accordance with Rule VII-1, the Council at its Fortieth Session nominated Mr. Shiroshi Nasu (Japan) for appointment as Chairman of the Conference at its Twelfth Session.
14. The Council also nominated the following chairmen of commissions:
|Commission I||:||Mr. R. Renne (United States of America)|
|Commission II||:||Mr. A. Davatchi (Iran)|
|Commission III||:||Prof. E. Saari (Finland)|
In addition, it decided to nominate Professor Michel Cépède (France) as rapporteur of Commission II.
15. In accordance with the practice adopted at recent Conference sessions, the Conference may wish to consider the following suggestions:
either to appoint a rapporteur or establish a drafting subcommittee for the preparation of the reports of Commissions I and III (the rapporteur of Commission II was nominated by the Council - see paragraph 12 above).
to appoint such rapporteurs or the chairmen of such drafting subcommittees as members of a drafting committee on resolutions, responsible for examining all draft resolutions before they are submitted to the Conference for final approval.
16. Following the request of the Council that Member Governments wishing to hold receptions during the Conference session should inform the Secretary-General of the Conference, the Secretary-General reported that only 8 requests had been received by 11 November. The Council was gratified to note that its appeal had been heard and again commended to the attention of the delegations attending the session the desirability of limiting the number of receptions to be given during the period thereof for the reasons set out in C 63/4-Rev.1. paragraphs 39 to 43.
17. The Council noted from the report of the Finance Committee on the audited interim accounts, Regular Program 1962, and the report of the external auditors thereon, the following statement of the external auditor in connection with the allocation of headquarters and regional office costs between the Regular Program and field programs:
“In previous reports my predecessor and I have referred to the allocation of headquarters and regional office costs between the regular and technical assistance programs. This subject has consequently assumed greater importance as a result of the increase in the number and size of field programs administered by the Organization, particularly those of the Expanded Program of Technical Assistance(EPTA) and the United Nations Special Fund (UNSF), which together accounted for about 60 percent of the Organization's total obligations incurred (nearly $40 million) in 1962.
The amount contributed by EPTA toward the Organization's headquarters and regional office costs during 1962, determined on the basis of 12 percent of the 1959 project allocations in accordance with ECOSOC Resolution 737 (XXVIII) dated 30 July 1959, was $918,400 (Statement II). The amount allotted to the Organization for such costs by UNSF in 1962 was $1,274,900 (UNSF Financial Statements 1962, Schedule B). These sums represented, respectively, about 6 percent and 8 percent of the Organization's total expenditure in 1962 (some $16 million), in headquarters and regional offices.
A sample survey undertaken by the Organization in 1962, the results of which were confirmed by a further survey in March 1963, showed that in 1962 FAO headquarters and regional office professional staff spent 17 percent of their time on the EPTA program and 16 percent on the UNSF program. The 1963 survey indicated that in 1964/65 the corresponding figures would be 16 percent on the EPTA program and 17 percent on the UNSF program and that the contributions of these programs to FAO headquarters and regional office costs would be 5 percent and 8 percent respectively. As regards EPTA, the report on the 1963 survey stated that, while the principle seemed generally established of providing a subvention equivalent to 12 percent of field project allocations, the proposed use of a more realistic costings base in the application of this percentage was expected to provide a relatively larger sum than at present. As regards the Special Fund, the view of the Organization that there was an incontrovertible case for an increased contribution was known to the UNSF authorities who had the matter under consideration.”
18. When considering the audited accounts, the United Nations Special Fund 1962 and the report of the external auditor thereon, the Council noted that the external auditor had made the following comment:
"Allotment of the overhead costs of the Organization as Executive Agency
“Schedule B shows that the amount allotted for the year, and treated as fully expended, in respect of the Executive Agency's overhead costs was $1,274,900. As stated in my report on the Regular Program interim accounts for the calendar year 1962, the amount represented a contribution of about 8 percent of FAO's Headquarters and regional office costs in 1962, whereas surveys undertaken by the Organization indicated that the proportion of time spent by professional staff at these offices on UNSF activities was 16 percent.”
The Council suggested that the Conference take the above comments by the external auditor into account when discussing item 16 of its Agenda.
19. The Council recalled that it was informed during its Fortieth Session that the Managing Director of the Special Fund had appointed a consultant to visit the executing agencies to prepare a report on the most equitable basis for reimbursement and that this report had been submitted to the Managing Director but not made available to the Director-General.
20. The Managing Director had proposed and the Governing Council of the Special Fund had agreed that the present formula for reimbursement of agency costs, i.e. 3 percent for equipment and supplies and 11 percent for all other items would be retained until a further re-examination of the level of reimbursement based on the experience which might be acquired in project implementation, but not later than 31 December 1965.
21. The Council also considered another significant feature, i.e., the rejection by the Managing Director of the Organization's request for reimbursement, over and above the agency costs percentage, of the additional identifiable costs of past and future post adjustments classification increases and cost of living adjustments for General Service staff, which inclusive of forthcoming adjustments, were approaching $500,000.
22. The Council expressed its concern that the Director-General had not been able to obtain any positive consideration of the above-mentioned problems in view of the fact that the current percentages for agency costs were insufficient as shown by the studies of the impact of operational programs on the Regular Program. The Council regretted that the report of the consultant had not been made available.
23. The Council agreed with the Finance Committee that a review of the agency costs percentages should be undertaken by the United Nations Special Fund not later than mid-1964, which would enable the Director-General to take into account the results of the review when preparing the program of work and budget for the biennium 1966–67.
24. This review should include serious reconsideration of the reimbursement of the identifiable costs for post adjustment classification and cost of living adjustments which since they must be paid to the staff whose emoluments were charged to agency costs, further aggravated the position.
25. The Council requested the Director-General to ask the Managing Director to bring the views of the Council as expressed at its Thirty-Ninth, Fortieth and Forty-First Sessions, to the attention of the Governing Council of the Special Fund.
26. The Special FAO Conference on the Eastern Desert Locust Region (Teheran, October 1962) unanimously decided that a regional commission for the control of the desert locust should be established within the framework of FAO for the region. The Fortieth Session of the FAO Council (Rome, 24 June 1963) noted the recommendations formulated by that conference as well as by the meeting of Member Nations directly concerned, which was held in Rome on 2–3 May 1963 and by the Eighth Session of the FAO Desert Locust Committee (Rome, 6–9 May 1963) to the effect that an agreement for the establishment of such a commission be concluded as soon as possible.
27. In view of the dates of the recommendations mentioned above, it was not possible to convene a session of the Committee on Constitutional and Legal Matters (CCLM) to consider the Draft Agreement which had been prepared at the conference in Teheran and to have the Report of the CCLM circulated in time for the Fortieth Session of the Council.
28. That session of the Council therefore referred the consideration of the Draft Convention to the Tenth Session of the CCLM (July 1963) and decided that the report of the CCLM on the Draft Agreement should be submitted directly to the Twelfth Session of the Conference.
29. The CCLM, having carefully considered the Draft Agreement, made several modifications thereto in the light of the comments of the representatives of the four governments directly concerned (Afghanistan, India, Iran and Pakistan) and of the principles governing conventions and agreements adopted by the Ninth Session of the FAO Conference.
30. In accordance with the instructions of the Council, the text of the Agreement, as amended by the CCLM, was circulated on 25 July to all Member Governments and Associate Members of the Organization as Appendix I to Conference document C 63/50 and included in the Provisional Agenda of the Twelfth Session of the Conference.
31. When considering the Draft Agreement at its Forty-First Session, the Council decided to suggest the following minor modifications to the Conference:
Replace the heading of the Agreement by the following “Draft Agreement for a Commission for Controlling the Desert Locust in the Eastern Region of its distribution area in Southwest Asia.” This would entail consequential amendments to the preamble and to Article I of the Agreement.
In the preamble delete the word “West” appearing before the word “Pakistan”, and after the words “Trucial States” enumerate these states in parentheses.
32. The Council considered the report of the Tenth Session of the Finance Committee (CL 41/5).
33. The Council shared the concern of the Finance Committee over the worsening financial situation of the Organization. While it learned with satisfaction that certain Member Governments were in the course of liquidating all or a part of their financial obligations to the Organization, it was gravely concerned to note that at 13 November 1963 there was an anticipated cash deficit for the 1962–63 biennium of $561,720. This would be the first time in the history of the Organization that a cash deficit had arisen. The Council observed that this income deficit arose from unpaid contributions, especially of several larger contributors, as well as from contributions in arrears. The status of outstanding current and arrear contributions is given in Appendix I to this report.
34. The Council recalled that already at its Fortieth Session in June 1963 it had expressed concern at the increased amount of unpaid contributions and by Resolution No. 7/40 had appealed to Member Nations concerned to ensure that all contributions to the Organization were paid promptly and requested the Director-General to bring Art.III, paragraph 4 of the Constitution to the attention of the Member Nations concerned. The Council was informed that the resolution was conveyed to the Member Nations.
35. At its Fortieth Session the Council noted that six countries were in danger of losing their voting rights; and while two of these countries had taken the necessary steps to regularize their contributions position, four Member Nations, namely Bolivia, Haiti, Panama, and Paraguay had not yet done so.
36. The Council drew the attention of the Conference to the fact that, if Member Nations did not take the necessary action to ensure payment of their contributions by the end of 1963, there would be a cash deficit and serious program implications would arise in the next biennium. The Council also noted that, unless the contribution position improved very substantially before the end of 1963, the proposed method of financing emergency actions of control of livestock diseases would not be practicable. (see para.57). In addition, the Council stressed that the Regular Program formed the basis of the operational(field) programs of the Organization. Lack of support of the Regular Program eroded its capacity to support these programs, thus reducing their effectiveness. The Council noted that the Finance Committee would take these facts into account when studying with the Director-General additional measures for obtaining payment of contributions in arrears, as requested by the Fortieth Session of the Council.
37. The Council noted that the Financial Regulations required reporting of ex-gratia payments to the ensuing session of the Finance Committee while financial reporting requirements provide that such payments be set forth in the audited accounts as well. Since the audited accounts afford the opportunity for appropriate comments by the external auditor, the Council agreed to recommend that the Conference approve the following revision of Financial Regulation 10.3:
(Additions underlined, Deletions [ ] ):
10.3 The Director-General may, under exceptional circumstances make such ex-gratia payments as he deems necessary in the interests of the Organization [and shall report thereon to the following session of the Finance Committee], provided that a statement of such payments shall be submitted with the annual accounts.
38. The Council reviewed Finance Committee report (CL 41/5, para. 18) on the revision of budgetary estimates. Taking into account the inclusion of $790,000 which covers post adjustment Class 3, and a further 5 percent increase in General Service Salaries, (see Resolution No.1/41 para. 52) in the 1964/65 budget estimates, the Council noted that the revised budget level, it all reductions proposed by the Finance Committee were taken into account, would be $39,338,300. The corresponding assessmentbudget would be $36,031,956. The Council was informed, however, that the Director-General had certain reservations on some of the reductions suggested by the Committee.
39. The Council reviewed the proposal of the Director-General to establish a fund (to be financed from the excess miscellaneous income over that budgeted for 1962–63) to enable the Organization to deal quickly with sudden outbreaks of epizootic disease and the Finance Committee's comments thereon.
40. The Council shared the appreciation of the Finance Committee of the importance of the proposal. The Council was also aware of the worsening financial situation of the Organization due to nonpayment of contributions. It noted that the excess miscellaneous income in 1962–63 would in all probability now be required to make up in part the expected shortfall in contributions. In the light of this situation, the Council found that the implementation of the original proposal of the Director-General for the establishment of a special fund for this purpose, as outlined in C 63/38, was not feasible at this time.
41. On the other hand, if the present financial position should improve before the end of 1963 through payment of contributions by member nations, the Council agreed with the Finance Committee that ways and means should be found to contribute to the solution of this important problem facing the Organization, if the Conference so decided. In this spirit and to this effect, the Council recommended that if at the end of the biennium 1962–63 a cash surplus of at least $50,000 should arise,
the Conference authorize the Director-General notwithstanding Financial Regulation 6.1 (b) to withold the distribution of such surplus;
the Conference authorize the Director-General, if the need should arise, to withdraw from the Working Capital Fund an amount up to an equivalent of the surplus referred to above for the purpose of financing the initial operations of an emergency nature for the control of livestock diseases, as outlined in C 63/38, and taking account of the observations of the Technical Committee on Agriculture (C 63/AG/7); and
the Conference to decide that the Working Capital Fund should be reimbursed from the cash surplus of the biennium 1962–63 for the withdrawal as authorized under para. (a) above.
42. In the Conference approved the proposal outlined above, the Council instructed the Finance Committee to develop the necessary financial procedures for the utilization of the monies withdrawn from the Working Capital Fund under (b) above, for the approval of the Council at its session in 1964.
43. The Council examined the audited accounts of the Expanded Program of the Technical Assistance for the financial year ended 31 December 1962, and forwarded them to the Conference for adoption in the terms of the following fowarded them to the Conference for adoption in the terms of the following draft resolution:
“Audited accounts of the Expanded Program of Technical Assistance for 1962
Having examined the audited accounts of the Expanded Program of Technical Assistance for the financial year 1962 and the external auditor's report thereon,
Adopts the audited accounts for the above-mentioned period.”
44. The Council examined the audited accounts of the United Nations Special Fund for the financial year ended 31 December 1962, and forwarded them to the Conference for adoption in the terms of the following draft resolution:
“Audited accounts of the United Nations Special Fund for 1962
Having examined the audited accounts of the United Nations Special Fund for the financial year 1962 and the external auditor's report thereon,
Adopts the audited accounts for the above-mentioned period”.
45. The Council examined the audited accounts of the European Commission for the Control of Foot and Mouth Disease for the financial year ended 31 December 1962, and forwarded them to the Conference for adoption in the terms of the following draft resolution:
“Audited accounts of the European Commission for the Control of Foot and Mouth Disease for 1962
Having examined the audited accounts of the European Commission for the Control of Foot and Mouth Disease for the financial year 1962 and the external auditor's report thereon,
Adopts the audited accounts for the above-mentioned period.”
46. The Council examined the audited accounts of the World Food Program for the financial year ended 31 December 1962, and forwarded them to the Conference for adoption in the terms of the following draft resolution:
“Audited accounts of the World Food Program 1962
Having examined the audited accounts of the World Food Program for the financial year 1962 and the external auditor's report thereon,
Adopts the audited accounts for the above-mentioned period.”
47. The Council noted the report of the Finance Committee of the following items:
Interim accounts of the Regular Program and Freedom from Hunger Campaign for 1962.
World Food Program - 1964 budget estimates.
Financial report on the Freedom from Hunger Campaign as at 30 September 1963.
Transfers in the 1962–63 biennium.
48. The Council noted that in the light of the latest figures available from the International Labour Office, which computes special cost-of-living indices for international officials and for locally recruited General Service staff in Rome, it appeared most likely that on or before 1 January 1964 Rome would reach Class 3 (approximately 115) for post adjustment purposes with respect to staff in the Professional category and above, and also that a 5 percent cost-of-living adjustment would become payable for General Service staff on or about the same time.
49. The specific dates on which such adjustments would become due would not be ascertained until later index figures were available; however, in the absence of special authorization from the current session of the Council, the Director-General would be left without authority to take the action provided for under the common system of salaries and allowances until the Council met again which, since 1964 is a non-Conference year, might not be until October 1964. The Council agreed that such a delay of nearly a full year would be undesirable and create hardships in view of the continuing cost-of-living increase. The Council therefore approved the Director-General's request as endorsed by the Finance Committee, for authorization to introduce the Class 3 post adjustment from the first of the month following the month during which the sliding average of 115 was reached, and also to put into effect the 5 percent cost-of-living adjustment for General Service staff when the index so warranted.
50. The Council noted that under the procedure which it had previously approved, the 5 percent cost-of-living increase for the General Service staff would be incorporated into the pensionable rates of the General Service salary schedule as of 1 January 1964, if effective no later than that date.
51. The Council agreed with the Director-General's proposal to absorb within the existing resources any cost resulting from Class 3 post adjustment and the General Service cost-of-living adjustment which might be incurred during 1963. It also agreed with the recommendation made by the Finance Committee, and accepted by the Director-General, that suitable provision should be made in the 1964–65 Budget for what was in effect a mandatory commitment, and that a provision of $790,000 representing the estimated cost of the two adjustments should be distributed as appropriate among the individual chapters of the Budget.
52. The Council therefore adopted the following resolution:
Resolution No. 1/41
POST ADJUSTMENT AND COST-OF-LIVING ADJUSTMENT FOR STAFF AT HEADQUARTERS
Noting that, on the basis of the quarterly cost-of-living index maintained for international civil servants in Rome by the International Labour Office, the duty station Rome is likely to advance during the last quarter of 1963 from Class 2 to Class 3 for post adjustment purposes and that, as of the following month, an increased post adjustment will be payable to staff in the Professional category and above in accordance with the approved procedure of the United Nations and the specialized agencies operating under the common system of salaries and allowances,
Noting further that a 5 percent non-pensionable cost-of-living adjustment is likely to be payable on or about 1 January 1964 to the staff in the General Service category in accordance with the procedure which the Council approved at its Thirty-Fifth Session,
Concurs in the establishment of Rome as Class 3 for post adjustment purposes, effective as of the first of the month following the change in the post adjustment classification of Rome, under the approved procedure, for eligible staff in the Professional category and above who are on the payroll on the first of the month in which the increased post adjustment is due, and
Concurs also in the payment of a nonpensionable 5 percent cost-of-living adjustment as of the month following the appropriate change in the sliding index, under the approved procedure, for eligible staff in the General Service category in Rome who are on the payroll on the first of the month in which the adjustment is due.
THE COUNCIL ALSO
Noting that any cost resulting from the Class 3 post adjustment and the General Service cost-of-living adjustment which might be incurred during 1963 would be absorbed within existing resources of the 1962–63 biennium,
Noting further that the cost of the Class 3 adjustment and the General Service cost-of-living adjustment would amount to approximately $790,000 during the 1964–65 biennium,
Decides that the estimated cost of the two adjustments should be included in the 1964–65 Program of Work and Budget, distributed as appropriate among the individual chapters of the budget.
53. The Director-General informed the Fortieth Session of the Council that he was instituting a study with a view to formulating concrete proposals for consideration at the next session of the Finance Committee, regarding the practicability of introducing a “wage index” system, in compliance with a request by staff representatives, to be used between comprehensive surveys of prevailing wages in Rome, in place of the existing cost-of-living index.
54. The Council noted that the survey had not yet been completed in view of the need for further investigation and analysis. The Director-General indicated his expectation that the results of the survey would be available for presentation at the next regular session of the Finance Committee in 1964 and at the subsequent session of the Council.
55. The Council reviewed the proposals by the Director-General, endorsed by the Finance Committee, for amendments to the Staff Regulations governing repatriation grant, language allowance and termination indemnity (CL 41/2).
56. The proposed modifications in the regulations governing repatriation grant were based primarily on the interagency agreement for simultaneous elimination of the service benefit. The proposed amendment in the regulation covering payment of language allowance to General Service staff would permit payment of that allowance at a flat rate rather than at a rate which varies according to the grade and step of the person concerned as was the existing practice; if approved, this change would also be implemented by all agencies applying the common system of salaries and allowances. The amendment proposed to Staff Regulation 301.153 simply involved an editorial clarification of the regulation regarding termination indemnity.
57. The Council approved the proposed amendments to the Staff Regulations set out in the appendixes to CL 41/2, with the understanding that the Director-General would give effect to the changes relating to the repatriation grant, the abolition of the service benefit, and the payment of the language allowance in accordance with the action taken by the General Assembly of the United Nations, to be effective in FAO as of the same date as in the United Nations.
58. The Council noted that the Director-General would submit to the next session of the Finance Committee the amount of the flat-rate language allowance which would be proposed for Rome as a result of interagency consultation.
59. The Council recommended that the Conference express its warm appreciation to the Italian Government for the outstanding assistance rendered to the Organization in all phases of headquarters accomodation and related matters.
60. The Council noted that special efforts by the Italian Government had resulted in recent progress with respect to the construction of the new wing, Building C, to the point where partial occupancy had commenced. The Council recommended the Conference to urge that the acceleration be continued in order to permit complete occupancy of Building C in the early months of 1964.
61. In view of the growing requirements of the Organization, primarily due to the introduction of several large-scale new activities, the Director-General would be compelled to continue the use of temporary premises even after the completion of Building C. The Council considered that steps should be taken to eliminate the use of such temporary premises, which involved work disruptions and extra costs. The Council therefore recommended that the Conference endorse a request to the Italian Government for the allocation, at a not too distant time, of the adjoining building presently occupied by the Italian Ministry of Posts and Telegraphs, which was scheduled for eventual transfer elsewhere.
62. The Council was informed that negotiations with the Italian Government concerning certain proposals for improvements in the boundaries of the headquarters site had not yet produced a definite result. The Council noted with satisfaction the statements of the Italian delegation that final decisions were likely to be reached in the near future.
63. At the close of the Session, the Council wished to convey its very deep appreciation and high regard for Mr. Louis Maire whose term of office as Independent Chairman of the Council had reached its end.
64. Not only had Mr. Maire discharged his duties with skill and efficiency, but he had played an invaluable role in reconciling diverging views and in promoting a sense of corporate unity within the Council. The Council members were unanimous in expressing their regret at the fact he was about to relinquish his very responsible post.
65. The Council decided to convene its Forty-Second (post-Conference) Session to be held at FAO headquarters on the first working day after the Twelfth Session of the Conference.
Adoption of the Agenda
Election of Vice Chairmen
Arrangements for the Twelfth Conference Session:
Report of the Committee on Constitutional and Legal Matters, Rome, 15–17 July 1963
Audited Accounts for 1962:
World Food Program
Amendment to Staff Regulations
Between survey adjustments, Rome General Service Salary Scale
Developments in post adjustments and cost-of-living
Other matters arising out of the 10th Session of the Finance Committee, 6–7 November 1963
Date and place of the Forty-Second Session of the Council
Independent Chairman - Président indépendant - Presidente independiente
First Vice-Chairman - Primer Vice-Président - Primer Vicepresidente
United Arab Republic - République arabe unie - República Arabe Unida
Second Vice-Chairman - Deuxième Vice-Président - Segundo Vicepresidente
Australia - Australia
MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL - MEMBRES DU CONSEIL - ESTADOS MIEMBROS DEL CONSEJO
ARGENTINA - ARGENTINE
|Representante||:||Norberto A.R. REICHART,||Director General Asistente de Extensión y Fomento Agropecuario del Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria, Buenos Aires|
|Suplentes||:||Vicente BRUNINI,||Consejero Agrícola, Embajada de Argentina, Roma|
|Bernardo GARCIA JIMENEZ,||Secretario, Embajada de Argentina, Roma|
AUSTRALIA - AUSTRALIA
|Representative||:||A.C.B. MAIDEN,||Permanent Head, Department of Primary Industry, Canberra|
|Alternate||:||F.W. HICKS,||Director, Department of Agriculture, Hobart, Tasmania|
|Associates||:||M.W. OAKLEY,||Assistant Secretary, Department of Primary Industry, Canberra|
|R.C. BOLDUAN,||Officer, Department of Primary Industry, Canberra|
|R.R. FERNANDEZ,||First Secretary, Embassy of Australia, Rome|
BELGIUM - BELGIQUE - BELGICA
|Représentant||:||Philippe D'OTREPPE,||Président du Comité national belge de la FAO, Brunelles|
|Experts||:||Armand Joseph HUBERT,||Ingénieur principal, Chef de Service Secrétaire du Comité national belge de la FAO|
|Charles WALHIN,||Conseiller, Ministère du commerce extérieur et assistance technique|
|R.H. DE SUTTER,||Ingénieur en Chef, Directeur de l'Institut économique agricole du Ministère de l'Agriculture, Bruxelles|
BRAZIL - BRÉSIL - BRASIL
|Representative||:||Josué DE CASTRO,||Ambassador of Brazil to the United Nations, Geneva|
|Alternate||:||Vasco MARIZ,||Director for International Organizations Ministry of External Relations|
|Associate||:||Antonio Carlos DE ABREU E SILVA||First Secretary, Embassy of Brazil, Rome|
CAMEROUN - CAMEROUN - CAMERUN
|Représentant||:||Jean-Jacques MASSOT,||Consul général du Cameroun, Paris|
|Representative||:||Frank SHEFRIN,||Secretary, Canadian Interdepartmental FAO Committee, Economics Division, Department of Agriculture, Ottawa|
|Alternate||:||W.J. JENKINS,||First Secretary, Commercial, Embassy of Canada, Rome|
CEYLON - CEYLAN - CEILAN
|Representative||:||B. MAHADEVA,||Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Co-operatives, Colombo|
|Alternate||:||R.C.S. KOELMEYER,||Chargé d'Affaires, Embassy of Ceylon, Rome|
CHILE - CHILI
|Representante||:||Raúl LEON,||Director General de Agricultura, Santiago|
|Suplente||:||Raúl ALDUNATE,||Embajador, Delegado Permanente de Chile ante la FAO, Embajada de Chile, Roma|
|Representante||:||Leonardo FERNANDEZ SANCHEZ||Embajador, Embajada le Cuba, Roma|
DENMARK - DANEMARK - DINAMARCA
|Representative||:||H.J. KRISTENSEN,||Acting Government Adviser, Acting Chairman of Danish FAO Committee, Copenhagen|
|Alternate||:||Otto Wegner FRIIS,||Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture, Copenhagen|
|Associate||:||C. VALENTIN HANSEN,||Agricultural Attaché, Embassy of Denmark, Rome|
FRANCE - FRANCIA
|Représentant||:||Michel CEPEDE,||Président du Comité interministériel de l'alimentation et de l'agriculture, Paris|
|Adjoints||:||Georges Henri JANTON,||Contrôleur d'Etat au Ministère des finances et des affaires économiques, Paris|
|Bernard TOUSSAINT,||Conseiller, Ministère des Affaires étrangères (Direction des Nations Unies et organisations internationales) Paris|
|Gérard WEILL,||Inspecteur de l'agriculture, Secrétaire général du Comité interministériel de l'alimentation et de l'agriculture, Paris|
|Pierre BOYER,||Secrétaire des affaires étrangères, Représentant permanent de la France auprès de la FAO, Paris|
|M. WOUTERS,||Conseiller agricole, Ambassade de France, Rome|
INDIA - INDE
|Representative||:||S.W. SHIVESHWARKAR,||Joint Secretary, Department of Agricultur, New Delhi|
|Alternate||:||Maharaj KRISHAN,||Agricultural Attaché, Embassy of India, Rome|
|Associates||:||Jashbai PATEL,||Agricultural Commissioner with the Government of India, New Delhi|
|P.K. MUKERJEE,||Deputy Economic and Statistical Adviser, Secretary of the Indian National FFHC Committee, Ministry of Food and Agriculture, New Delhi|
|Laxman RAJWADE,||Ministry of Food and Agriculture, New Delhi|
INDONESIA - INDONESIE
|Representative||:||Sadikin SUMINTAWIKARTA||Director, Bureau for Co-ordination of Research Institutes, Department of Agriculture and Agrarian Affairs, Bogor|
|Alternate||:||A.S. GONDOWARSITO,||Agricultural Counselor, Embassy of Indonesia, Rome|
|Representative||:||Abbas DAVATCHI,||Chairman, FAO National Committee, Ministry of Agriculture, Teheran|
|Alternate||:||Reza RASTEGAR,||Technical Deputy Minister, Ministry of Agriculture, Teheran|
|Associates||:||Abbas SALOUR,||Deputy Minister, Ministry of Agriculture, Teheran|
|Ali Akbar AGAH,||Director, Plant Pest Disease Research Institute, Ministry of Agriculture, Teheran|
|Hossein Ali SHEYBANI,||Director of Agricultural Research, Ministry of Agriculture, Teheran|
|Ashgar BINA,||Secretary, Iranian FAO Committee, Ministry of Agriculture, Teheran|
|Advisers||:||Mohammad KAZEMI,||Member of the Board of Directors Plan Organization, Teheran|
|Hussein SADEGH,||Agricultural Counselor, Embassy of Iran, Rome|
|Habib HEDAYAT,||Director, Food and Nutrition Institute, Teheran|
IRELAND - IRLANDE - IRLANDA
|Representative||:||J.C. NAGLE,||Secretary, Department of Agriculture, Dublin|
|Alternates||:||H. SPAIN,||Deputy Chief Inspector, Department of Agriculture, Dublin|
|Miss M. BRAZIL,||Higher Executive Officer, Department of Agriculture, Dublin|
|Associate||:||Michael FLYNN,||First Secretary, Embassy of Ireland, Rome|
ITALY - ITALIE - ITALIA
|Représentant||:||G.U. PAPI,||Secrétaire général, Comité national italien de la FAO, Rome|
|Suppléants||:||Vitantonio PIZZIGALLO,||Directeur général des forêts, Ministère de l'Agriculture et des forêts, Rome|
|Raffaele CUSMAI,||Directeur général des pêches, Ministère de la marine marchande, Rome|
|Vittorio DE ASARTA,||Comité national italien de la FAO, Rome|
|Lamberto TOZZI,||Comité national italien de la FAO, Rome|
|Mme Elena MAMMONE-LEHNER||Comité national italien de la FAO, Rome|
|Mme Rossana MIZZAU,||Comité national italien de la FAO, Rome|
|Mlle Anna Maria RIMOALDI,||Inspecteur supérieur, Ministère de l'agriculture et des forêts, Rome|
|Aldo MARIANI,||Institut national de nutrition, Rome|
|Experts||:||Curzio CANEVA,||Comité national italien de la FAO, Conseiller, Ministère de l'agriculture, et des forêts, Rome|
|Valerio BENVENUTI,||Inspecteur en Chef des forêts, Ministère de l'agriculture et des forêts, Rome|
|Alfonso FRONCILLO,||Directeur de Division, Ministère de l'agriculture et des forêts, Rome|
|Alessandro, OLIVA,||Conseiller, Ministère de la marine marchande, Rome|
|Tommaso MANIERI,||Comité national italien de la FAO, Rome|
LEBANON - LIBAN - LIBANO
|Représentant||:||Georges HARAOUI,||Député, Ancien Ministre, Beyrouth|
|Suppléant||:||Amin ABDEL MALEK,||Directeur des Relations extérieures, Ministère de l'agriculture, Beyrouth|
|Représentant||:||Louis RENAL,||Délégué provincial de l'agriculture, Majunga|
|Suppléants||:||Ralibera BAKOTOARIVONY||Directeur adjoint, Service de l'agriculture, Tananarive|
|Jonah RANAIVO,||Premier Conseiller à l'Ambassade de Paris|
|Adjoint||:||Jean Jacques RAKOTOARIVONY||Ingénieur de l'équipement rural, Délégation provinciale du génie rural, Tananarive|
MOROCCO - MAROC - MARRUECOS
|Représentant||:||Abdelhadi SBIHI,||Ministre plénipotentiaire, Délégué permanent auprès de la FAO, Ambassade du Maroc, Rome|
|Suppléant||:||Ahmed DOUKALI,||Chargé de mission au Cabinet du Ministère de l'Agriculture, Rabat|
|Representative||:||E.A. OKWUOSA,||Head of Research Division, Ministry of Economic Development, Lagos|
|Advisers||:||F.O. OTORUBIO,||Head of Fisheries Division, Ibadan|
|C. OGBE,||Chief Conservator of Forests, Ministry of Agriculture, Benin City|
|Banjo JOHNSON,||Personal Secretary, Ministry of Economic Development, Lagos|
|Alternate||:||M.A. CHEEMA,||Joint Secretary, Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Government of Pakistan, Lahore|
|Associate||:||Ahmed BARKAT,||Agricultural Attaché, Embassy of Pakistan, Rome|
PHILIPPINES - FILIPINAS
|Representative||:||Mrs. Lourdes S. GARABATO,||Executive Secretary, Philippine National FAO Committee, Manila|
|Alternate||:||Eugenio E. CRUZ,||Director of Plant Industry, Manila|
|Anacleto B. CORONEL,||Director, Bureau of Animal Industry, Manila|
|Associate||:||Fernando DE LOS REYES,||Chief Information Officer, Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Quezon City|
|Juan L. UTLEG,||Assistant Director of Forestry, Bureau of Forestry, Manila|
UNITED ARAB REPUBLIC - REPUBLIQUE ARABE UNIE - REPUBLICA ARABE UNIDA
|Representative||:||A.A. MOURSI,||Assistant Under-Secretary of State, Ministry of Agriculture, Cairo|
|Alternates||:||Hassan ABDALLAH,||Director, Foreign Relations Department, Ministry of Agriculture, Cairo|
|Ahmed Hamed NASHARTY,||Chairman, Land Reform Organization Board, Cairo|
UNITED KINGDOM - ROYAUME-UNI - REINO UNIDO
|Representative||:||C.F. PENNISON,||Permanent Representative to FAO, Embassy of the United Kingdom, Rome|
|Alternate||:||Miss S.E. KITCHEN,||Higher Executive Officer, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, London|
|Associates||:||A.C. McCARTHY,||Principal, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, London|
|Miss E.V. THORNTON,||Higher Executive Officer, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, London|
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - ETATS-UNIS D'AMERIQUE - ESTADOS UNIDOS DE AMERICA
|Representative||:||Roland R.RENNE,||Assistant Secretary of Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C.|
|Alternate||:||W.M. KOTSCHNIG,||Special Adviser, Department of State, Washington D.C.|
|Ralph W. PHILLIPS,||Director, International Organizations Staff, Office of Assistant Secretary for International Affairs, Department of Agriculture, Washington D.C.|
|Associates||:||Rulon GIBB,||Treasurer, Commodity Credit Corporation, US Department of Agriculture, Washington D.C.|
|Sydney L.W. MELLEN||Counsellor for Economic Affairs, Embassy of the United States of America, Rome|
|Robert C. TETRO,||Agricultural Attaché and Associate FAO Liaison Officer, Embassy of the United States of America, Rome|
|Advisers||:||Max L. WITCHER,||International Organizations Specialist, International Organizations Staff, Office of Assistant Secretary, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington D.C.|
|Mrs. Ursula H. DUFFUS,||Second Secretary, Embassy of the United States of America, Rome|
|Leighton VAN NORT,||Officer in charge of FAO Affairs, Office of International Economic and Social Affairs, U.S. Department of State, Washington, D.C.|
|L.E. FRECHTLING,||Deputy Director, Office of International Administration, Bureau of International Organization Affairs, Department of State, Washington, D.C.|
|William A. SABBAGH,||Administrative Officer, Department of State, Office of International Conferences, Washington D.C.|
OBSERVERS FROM MEMBER NATIONS NOT MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL
OBSERVATEURS D'ETATS MEMBRES NE SIEGEANT PAS AU CONSEIL
OBSERVADORES DE LOS ESTADOS MIEMBROS QUE NO SON MIEMBROS DEL CONSEJO
ALGERIA - ALGERIE - ARGELIA
|Rachid BENCHEIK,||Conseiller d'Ambassade, Délégué pour l'Algérie à la FAO, Ambassade d'Algérie à Rome|
BURMA - BIRMANIE - BIRMANIA
|B.N. THAUGN TIN,||Vice Chief of Defence Services (Navy), Rangoon|
|MYO MINT,||Additional Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture and Forests, Old Secretariat, Rangoon|
|BA HNIN,||Principal Agricultural Officer, Shan States, Ministry of Agriculture and Forest, Rangoon|
|U THAW,||Director of Veterinary Service, Rangoon|
CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - REPUBLIQUE CENTRAFRICAINE - REPUBLICA CENTROAFRICANA
|Claude LAURENT,||Docteur vétérinaire au Ministère de l'Agriculture, élevage, eaux et forêts, Bangui|
CHAD - TCHAD
|Eugène BOURGADE,||Directeur de cabinet, Ministère de l'Agriculture, Fort-Lamy|
|Adolphe Louis MEAR,||Directeur des affaires économiques, Fort-Lamy|
COLOMBIA - COLOMBIE
|Gonzalo BULA HOYOS||Consejero, Embajada de Colombia, Roma|
|Pierre ILEKA,||Conseiller d'Ambassade du Congo à Rome|
|Carlo DI MOTTOLA,||Embajada de Costa Rica, Roma|
|Gavino DI SUNI,||Cónsul de Costa Rica, Roma|
EL SALVADOR - SALVADOR
|Roberto CORDERO D'AUBUISSON,||Embajador, Embajada de El Salvador, Roma|
ETHIOPIA - ETHIOPIE - ETIOPIA
|Yohannes HABTU,||Director-General, Ministry of Agriculture, Addis Ababa|
FINLAND - FINLANDE - FINLANDIA
|Eero J. KORPELA,||Managing Director, Central League of Agricultural Producers, Helsinki|
GERMANY, FED. REP. - ALLEMAGNE, REP. FED. - ALEMANIA, REP. Fed.
|Justus ROHRBACH,||Senior Counselor, Federal Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Forestry, Bonn|
|Dietrich VON HEGEL,||Senior Forester, Department of Forestry and Forest Products, Federal Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Forestry, Bonn|
GREECE - GRÈCE - GRECIA
|Jean C. CAMBIOTIS,||Conseiller, Representant permanent auprès de la FAO, Ambassade de Grèce, Rome|
|Ramiro CABANAS PINEDA,||Presidente, Banco de Fomento, Embajada de Honduras, Roma|
ISRAEL - ISRAËL
|Moshe KOLAR,||Deputy Director of Forestry Department, Land Development Authority, Jerusalem|
|Eliezer SAMUEL,||Agricultural Counselor, Embassy of Israel, Rome|
IVORY COAST - CÔTE-D'IVOIRE - COSTA DE MARFIL
|Auguste DENISE,||Ministre d'Etat, Abidjan|
|Bile Clément ANET,||Député, Abidjan|
JAPAN - JAPON
|Masao SAWAKI,||Counselor, Embassy of Japan, Rome|
|Shunzo ITO,||First Secretary, Embassy of Japan, Rome|
|Hajime NISHIMIYA,||First Secretary, Embassy of Japan, Rome|
JORDAN - JORDANIE - JORDANIA
|Salah JUMA,||Director of Forestry Department, Amman|
KOREA - COREE - COREA
|Chong Chan LEE,||Ambassador of the Republic of Korea, Embassy of Korea, Rome|
|Jong Geuk KIM,||First Secretary, Embassy of Korea, Rome|
|Taezhee KIM,||Third Secretary, Embassy of Korea, Rome|
KUWAIT - KOWEIT - KUWEIT
|Saoud AL FOUZAN,||Deputy Minister, Ministry of Public Works and Agriculture, Kuwait|
|Yahia Mohamed CHANNAM,||Head, Agriculture Department, Ministry of Public Works and Agriculture, Kuwait|
|Ali Ahmad Al-Ghanem Al-JABR,||Agricultural Engineer, Ministry of Public Works and Agriculture, Kuwait|
|Charles ROSARIO,||Agriculture Engineer, Ministry of Public Works and Agriculture, Kuwait|
|Julius E. COOPER,||Director of Agricultural Research, Department of Agriculture and Commerce, Monrovia|
|A.J. MELTON,||Director of Extension, Department of Agriculture and Commerce, Monrovia|
LIBYA - LIBYE - LIBIA
|Hamed EL JAWHARY,||Director of Production and Marketing, Ministry of Agriculture|
|Mohamed Taher GHOUL,||Veterinary Officer, Ministry of Agriculture|
MALAYSIA - MALAISIE - MALASIA
|Lew SIP HON,||Deputy Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture, Kuala Lumpur|
|Peter LAI,||Second Secretary, Malaysian Embassy, Paris|
|Mohamed Yusoff RAHIM,||Assistant Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture and Co-operatives (Planning and Research) Kuala Lumpur|
MALI - MALÍ
|Dambourou DIALL,||Chef de la Section des organisations internationales du Ministère des affaires étrangères, Bamako|
NETHERLANDS - PAYS BAS - PAISES BAJOS
|M.J.L. DOLS,||Cabinet Adviser to the Ministry of Agriculture, The Hague|
|J.G. DE WIT,||Chief Inspector of Fisheries, Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, The Hague|
|C.C.L. EYGENRAAM,||Agricultural Attaché, Embassy of the Netherlands, Rome|
NEW ZEALAND - NOUVELLE ZELANDE - NUEVA ZELANDIA
|D.N.S. WEBB,||Director General of Agriculture, Wellington|
|Douglas ZOHRAB,||Permanent Representative to the UN, Geneva|
|Donald W. WOODWARD,||Commercial Counselor, New Zealand High Commission, London|
|Eduardo ARGUELLO CERVANTES,||Embajador, Embajada de Nicaragua, Roma|
NORWAY - NORVEGE - NORUEGA
|A. LOCHEN,||Secretary General, National Nutrition Council, FAO Committee, Oslo|
|P. ROGSTAD,||Director General, Ministry of Fisheries, Oslo|
|Aníbal FERNANDEZ,||Primer Secretario, Embajada de Paraguay, Roma|
POLAND - POLOGNE - POLONIA
|Marian PASZKOWSKI,||Premier secrétaire, Ambassade de Pologne,|
ROMANIA - ROUMANIE - RUMANIA
|Eugen ALEXE,||Vice-Président du Conseil supérieur de l'agriculture, Président du Comité national de la FAO, Bucarest|
SENEGAL - SENEGAL
|E.C. BASSE,||Ambassadeur du Sénégal à Rome|
|Mme Marie-Thérèse BASSE||Représentant permanent auprès de la FAO, Ambassade du Sénégal|
|Daniel CABOU,||Ministre des Finances|
|Babacar DIOP,||Docteur vétérinaire, Directeur adjoint du Service des pêches, Dakar|
|Medoune DIENE,||Ingénieur d'agriculture, Direction de l'Agriculture, Dakar|
|Samba-Cor SAR,||Directeur de l'élevage et des industries animales du Sénégal, Dakar|
SIERRA LEONE - SIERRA LEONA
|J.A.C. DAVIES,||Chief Agriculturist, Ministry of Natural Resources, Freetown|
SOUTH AFRICA - AFRIQUE DU SUD - SUDAFRICA
|G.F. MARAIS,||First Secretary, Embassy of South Africa, Rome|
SPAIN - ESPAGNE - ESPAÑA
|Guillermo ESCARDO,||Agregado Agrónomo, Embajada de España, Roma|
SWEDEN - SUEDE - SUECIA
|Lars SJUNNESON,||Director, Swedish Cellulose Association, Stockholm|
SWITZERLAND - SUISSE - SUIZA
|Paul HOHL,||Chef de section à la Division de l'agriculture du Département de l'économie publique et Secrétaire du Comité national suisse de la FAO, Berne|
SYRIA - SYRIE - SIRIA
|Fahim LADKANY,||Directeur de la santé animale, Ministère de l'agriculture, Damas|
|Abdul Hamid RASLAN,||Director, Sôils Department, Ministry of Agriculture, Damas|
|Edward B.M. BARONGO,||Junior Minister, Ministry of Agriculture, Dar es Salaam|
THAILAND - THAILANDE - TAILANDIA
|Siribongse BOON-LONG,||Secretary-General, National FAO Committee, Bangkok|
TURKEY - TURQUIE - TURQUIA
|Kemal GOKCORA,||Secrétaire général du Comité national ture de la FAO, Rome|
|Kâmran INAN,||Premier Secrétaire, Ambassade de Turquie, Rome|
UPPER VOLTA - HAUTE-VOLTA - ALTO VOLTA
|Edouard Moussa YAMEOGO,||Ingénieur du Génie rural, Directeur du Génie rural, Ouagadougou|
|Georges SANOGOH,||Directeur de la statistique et de l'économie, Ministère de l'économie nationale, Ouagadougou|
|Huu Tan NGUYEN,||Conseiller, Ambassade du Viet-Nam, Rome|
|CHAU-TAM,||Inspecteur au Département des affaires rurales du Viet-Nam|
|DO VAN MINH,||Premier Secrétaire, Ambassade du Viet-Nam, à Rome|
|VU VAN HIEU,||Deuxième Secrétaire, Ambassade du Viet-Nam à Rome|
YUGOSLAVIA - YOUGOSLAVIE - YUGOESLAVIA
|Bogdan SESTAN,||Lecteur d'économie rurale, Faculté d'Agriculture, Zagreb|
|Vujanovic DESANKA,||Deuxième Secrétaire au Ministère des affaires étrangères, Belgrade|
OBSERVER FROM ASSOCIATE MEMBER NATIONS
OBSERVATEUR D'ETATS MEMBERS ASSOCIES
OBSERVADOR DE LOS ESTADOS MIEMBROS ASOCIADOS
MAURITIUS - ILE MAURICE - ISLA MAURICIO
|J.B.G.S. STAUB,||Deputy Director of Agriculture, Ministry of Agriculture, Port Louis|
|Antoine DARNE,||Deputy Director of Agriculture, Ministry of Agriculture, Port Louis|
PERMANENT OBSERVER - OBSERVATEUR PERMANENT - OBSERVADOR PERMANENTE
THE HOLY SEE - SAINT-SIEGE - SANTA SEDE
|Right Rev.Monsignor L.C. LIGUTTI,||Permanent Observer for the Holy See|
|Emilio BONOMELLI,||Director of Pontifical Villas, Permanent Observer for the Holy See|
|Walter PERSEGHATI,||Secretary to the Holy See Permanent Observers|
|J.J. ROBINSON,||Holy See|
UNITED NATIONS AND SPECIALISED AGENCIES
NATIONS UNIES ET INSTITUTIONS SPECIALISEES
NACIONES UNIDAS Y ORGANISMOS ESPECIALIZADOS
UNITED NATIONS - NATIONS UNIES - NACIONES UNIDAS
|Representatives||:||H. Granville FLETCHER,||Director, United Nations Information Center, Rome|
|Barbara POZZI,||Administrative Assistant, United Nations Information Center, Rome|
INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY - AGENCE INTERNATIONALE DE L'ENERGIE ATOMIQUE - ORGANISMO INTERNACIONAL DE ENERGIA ATOMICA
|Representative||:||Maurice FRIED,||Assistant Director in charge, Agriculture and Radiobiology, Vienna|
INTERNATIONAL BANK FOR RECONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT -
BANQUE INTERNATIONALE POUR LA RECONSTRUCTION ET LE DEVELOPPEMENT -
BANCO INTERNACIONAL DE RECONSTRUCCION Y FOMENTO
|Representatives||:||John Duncan MILLER,||Special Representative in Europe|
|Harry CURRAN,||Assistant Special Representative in Europe|
INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANIZATION -
ORGANISATION INTERNATIONALE DU TRAVAIL
ORGANIZACION INTERNACIONAL DEL TRABAJO
|Representative||:||P.P. FANO,||Director ILO, Rome|
UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATION -
ORGANISATION DES NATIONS UNIES POUR L'EDUCATION, LA SCIENCE ET LA CULTURE -
ORGANIZACION DE LAS NACIONES UNIDAS PARA LA EDUCACION, LA CIENCIA Y LA CULTURA
|Representative||:||Philippe ROUX,||Liaison Officer, UNESCO/WFP/NO, UNESCO, Paris|
WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION - ORGANISATION MONDIALE DE LA SANTE -
ORGANIZACION MUNDIAL DE LA SALUD
|Representatives||:||J. BENGOA,||Medical Officer, Nutrition, World Health Organization, Geneva|
|Carlo R. FEDELE,||Chef des Relations extérieures, Palais des Nations, Genève|
INTERGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS -
ORGANISATIONS INTERGOUVERNEMENTALES -
INTERNATIONAL OFFICE OF EPIZOOTICS - OFFICE INTERNATIONAL DES EPIZOOTIES -
OFICINA INTERNACIONAL DE LAS EPIZOOTIAS
|A.E. FRANCA E SILVA,||President of Office International des Epizooties, Paris|
|René VITTOZ,||Directeur, Office international des Epizooties, Paris|
INTERGOVERNMENTAL COMMITTEE FOR EUROPEAN MIGRATION -
COMITE INTERGOUVERNEMENTAL POUR LES MIGRATIONS EUROPEENNES -
COMITE INTERGUBERNAMENTAL PARA LAS MIGRACIONES EUROPEAS
|Giacinto MASELLI,||Chief of Division and Migration Programs and Development Activities, ICEM, Geneva|
|Frank BONORA,||Chief, Selection Service, ICEM, Geneva|
INTERNATIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - CHAMBRE DE COMMERCE INTERNATIONALE -
CAMARA DE COMERCIO INTERNACIONAL
|Giuseppe CANTONI,||Vice-Président, CONFAGRICOLTURA, Milan|
|Loris CARRERI,||Confedération générale de l'agriculture italienne, Rome|
INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCERS -
FÉDÉRATION INTERNATIONALE DES PRODUCTEURS AGRICOLES -
FEDERACION INTERNACIONAL DE PRODUCTORES AGRICOLAS
|Roger L.E. SAVARY,||Secretary General, Paris|
LEAGUE OF RED CROSS SOCIETIES - LIGUE DES SOCIETES DE LA CROIX ROUGE -
LIGA DE SOCIEDADES DE LA CRUZ ROJA
|E. NONIS,||Director of the International Relations, Department of the Italian Red Cross, Rome|
WORLD FEDERATION OF UNITED NATIONS ASSOCIATIONS -
FEDERATION MONDIALE DES ASSOCIATIONS POUR LES NATIONS UNIES -
FEDERACION MUNDIAL DE ASOCIACIONES PRO NACIONES UNIDAS
|Franco Alberto CASADIO,||Chairman, World Federation of United Nations Associations, Geneva|
WORLD UNION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS -
UNION MONDIALE DES ORGANISATIONS FEMININES CATHOLIQUES -
UNION MUNDIAL DE LAS ORGANIZACIONES FEMENINAS CATOLICAS
|Maria CAROSI,||Circonvallazione Aurelia, 50, Rome|
|Elisabeth PETER,||Circonvallazione Aurelia, 50, Rome|
|CL 41/2||Amendments to the staff regulations (Note by the Director-General)|
|CL 41/3||Rome General Service salary schedule - adjustments between comprehensive surveys|
|CL 41/4||Post adjustment for Professional staff and cost-of-living adjustment for General Service staff in Rome|
|CL 41/5||Report of the Finance Committee (Tenth Session)|
|CL 41/INF/1||Travel of Council representatives|
|CL 41/INF/2||Functions and methods of work of the Council|
|CL 41/INF/3||Delegates and observers attending the Forty-First Session of the Council|
|CL 41/REP/1||Draft report - Part I|
|CL 41/REP/2||Draft report - Part II|
|Verbatim records of plenary meeting|
|Verbatim records of first to fourth meetings.|
|Country||1962 and before|
|Sundry small Amounts due to exchange differences||219||1,037||1,256|