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  1. 1. ¡; o~. .nq__; _;uiggjfgj*ncwjvonx 2551242 NOV 7a _ 1o= nóufÍu$ Foo: ' TEL ; ncfizsàà or' 24 nov INFO ñooT¡us sr caonsss f. ue. aenfo E Auwcwssãmaeeoo , AGENDA ! Ten NO 128: UFO'S _ Êí)M| SS HARDENS LETTER or 21 NOVEMBER To Moi/ AISEMAN A 1. THIS'lTEH IS now SCHEDULED To START ou MONDAY 27 novauaea iu THE spc. IT IS EXPECTED THAT THE FIRST HEETING wlLL open w| TH A sTATEMznT nv MR GAIRY, THE PRTME MINTSTER OF GRENADA, (who ts comuns To New . YORK ESPECIALLY FOR THE occAs¡on) AND WILL as rcLLowso av STATEHEUTS BY SEVERAL EXPERTS ON UFO'S wno AQE ACCCMPAHYING nn GAIRY¡ Ano av A WALT DISNEY FILH WHICH MR GAIRY HAS ALSC LAID ON. THE COHHÍTTEE w| LL DIEM MOVE ON TO-AHOTHER ITEM T0 ALLCW TlNE FOR CCHSULTATÍONS. 2, THE IDEA IS T0 LET MR GAIRY HAVE nas DAY, wA¡TIuc unT¡L HE HAS L5FT new YÇRK agçoag ATTQNPTING TO hEGOTIATE A ccwpncnase WITH ? HET e25nA3A MISSION HHICH WILL IDEALLY REQUIRE MíNlFAL, CR Even no, uu IHVCLVEHENT AMD no ADDITTQMAL un EXPEMDITURE. VARICUS IDEAS ARE BEGINHTNG T0 DE DISCUSSED IN THE CCRRIDCRS. WE MAY BE AELE TC REPORT AFTER MCNDAYS MEETINS WHICH LOOK WCRTH COHS| DER| HG. RÍCHARD F7tLJaS - . ' "Í L)h1I> E AH _g os URESTÊKUTÊD . ._ 1'; «; <'. ›=r: -e'à. iãã›'x= '›: =w~*. -§i? a~*757
  2. 2. . __ › A› , . Sia? ” 1'; - ' "-_-: ' ' A Á »enumera uussson ofoaauanA to me umreo NATIONBT 4-: -“ ' mogno Avsnuíjsurrz m, NEW vonx. arizona' ' _. ' ' "' V TELEPHONE: (giz) rss-mc¡ cAaLE: "GREN9U__I_A“ "e c" "T Representative of Grenadws letter of August 29, 1978 has the honour to ranind that Grcnada's item on the subject of Unidentified Flying Objects and extra-terrestrial phenomenon will come up for discussion in the Special Political Gomnittee this week beginning November 27th. A *F 17"** “ The Permanent Mission of Grenada wishes to bring to the attention of NL-mber States that, in the interest of not foisting upon the United Nations, at this point in time', the setting up of a Department or Agency which would involve heavy financial costs, the Government of Grenada is proposing that the contemplated study andg-esearch be placed in the hands of a small conmittee or ad hoc group of égnperts, whose task will be to submit a preliminary report on a possible framework for the study and research into the baffling phenotnenon. ' ' It_ is the hope of the Covermnent of' Grenada that this proposal and a draft resolution fomulated along these lines will receive the support _of Member States at the United Nations at this 33rd Regular Session of the General Assembly. The Permanent Mission of Grenada further has the honour to attach the general outline of the draft resolution contemplated. The Permanent Mission of Grenada to the United Nations availsútself. of this opportunity to renew to the Permanent Mlssions of ndcmber States to the United Nations the assurances if its highest consideration. New York, November 10, 1978 , Va-man N nífurx _ . Ç 9" _ "'4_¡. _ 4:3' '. *."-'. -. , .. " Pemument Mission of ! Member States '1' _t 9 ". '_. '.'›'. ' _to the UNITED NATIONS '. ' '- ' ' " . 's . ú' aí NEWYORK
  3. 3. 'íiuNciããàmEtââ. p Çníteâ Nations « @WW v- . às .2 4 NOV 197a" o, _- #g7 ' Ournsiçmno: 274/3 : - [MWM _ Ç guggsmgggfrznen-Aoá TO 'rv ' w : nar: .SAHONS , __. __ . 'Ham-au a CND mPRÉà. :u: 211 November! 11.978 Í 'wÍ-M"- '-1.' " '-". ?~ ams. A _vnraàhâíj AGENDA mmiuodggg mugen. qc' Ent-invés. (0 ! h - u. : ; .. a . p- an: "- forlíunng' u: . " '¡: . ? e * - v s' El¡ . Q9055 D] uam' ' n, ;v ' E : :n. - 1. : Thmattached letter which haazíbeon-circulatecito Missionfby the Permanent Missioníof- Grenada . iswselñ-explánatory. 3In their preliminary 'saungings this 'syearwitr wõuld seen¡ that thewisíion of Grenada ahas found little if -any support for-its more ambitiousi 5x proposal -for establishing an agency, or department, and is therefore falling back on a more modestfproposai, V ' 'x : : . .- ' 'a 1 5 2: ^- “'73 "13 ' 2. I assume that you would wish us _if possible tg discourage this too, provided we are .1n. good company and do not. take the leadm' -It positioñ which : the majority will' he . prepared to' go along with to” save Grendadam face. -uwe will keep in-«close touch with our-caules. . 1._ . .. r q . , ›_»~: ,:: 'h§. -: u": -k . - * w' ^" . ..'. .› . v a -I d. . r : fu - n¡ 'I ~ . _._ _ K4 _ . .J CH. , _ _rVf-f* _, ^ _, .. ' 4 --» _ * 4 'r', ¡' , já (fa: r; - , í . Í . -. . . t_¡-. _ "5- e - *sheila Harden' : t: . ' 1' '-. ¡, .v'_. 'n v. . _. › . A - ›. V. -. u . ¡¡ . _ a ( ›Í: 1 ; l M: . . uni __¡¡ WUNCLASSIFIED RE§TRICT$D
  4. 4. .. P _ The General À55&E5Í. Z,'*" Õ": ' -. *r Mindful of its comittmerxt prum: te' international co-operation ; in international problems, . *i : - - ' " ~ Avare of the growing interest taken by people of the world in Unidentified Flying Objects and related Phenomena which continue to baffle nnankínd, and in strange happenings in various parts of the _world Notin the _statement : nado by the Prime Minister of Grenada' at the 30th, 315:, 32nd, and 33ml Session of the General Assembly regarding these, baffling- phenounena¡ and his appeal to have the United Nations Conduct and co- ” Reco nisinv the cotmLittnxent to research into these phenomena demonstrated By USE II iv¡ nal Scientists, researchprsg, educational institutions and National Govcrnments . ' 1. Recomenda' that there be inixiated of special. official Unáatecirmntdons study on the nature and relationship of Unidentified Flying Objects and extra- terrestrial phenonxena. 2. RequastsThe Secretary-General to appoint at the earliest possible date an "a oc group of experts" of not : note than seven (7) scientific experts drawn from within the United Nations Secretariat and from private research organisations with the task of elaborating a possible franuwork for the above-mentioned study. 5. Furthezitevquests the Secretary-General totransmit the preliminary report of the ai] hoc group of experts to Member States not later than July 30th, 1979. 6. [Jccidcs to include 'in the provisional agenda of the Thirty I-'oazrth Session of the General Assembly the item entitled "Report of the ad hoc group of experts" to investigate thenature and relationship of Unidentified Flying Objects and extra-terrestrial phcnomena. ' ihlbcidcs further that a coumrehensive report of the Committee will be tabled at : EE 35th Regular Session of the General Assembly.

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