Adopted on 27.2.76 on the question of Human Rights in Cyprus
The Commission of Human Rights,
Guided by the principles and purposes of the United Nations,
Mindful of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the relevant international instruments in particular the provisions of the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949.
Noting General Assembly resolutions 3395 (XXX) and 3450(XXX),
Reaffirming its resolution 4 (XXXI) and deeply concerned by the lack of progress in its implementation,
Recalling resolution 1 (XXVII) of the Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities,
Deeply concerned by the continuation of the Cyprus crisis and the continuing plight of the displaced persons in Cyprus,
Mindful of the need to solve the humanitarian problems and restore human rights in Cyprus without further delay.
Recommending to the communities to do their utmost to find a just and lasting peaceful solution to the Cyprus problem based on respect of the sovereignty, independence, territorial integrity and non-alignment of the Republic of Cyprus, which solution will also guarantee the full enjoyment in mutual confidence by the whole population of Cyprus of all human rights and fundamental freedoms,
Noting the report of the Secretary-General under General Assembly resolution 3450 (XXX) and its own resolution 4(XXXI) and expressing appreciation there or
Appreciating the fact that the time factor has not enabled the Secretary-General to complete his task under General Assembly resolution 3450 (XXX),
Adopted at the 1369th meeting, without a vote.Back