|General Assembly||Distr.: General
17 December 1982
Adopted by the General Assembly on 17 December 1982 on the question of missing persons in Cyprus
The General Assembly,
Recalling its previous resolutions on the question of the missing persons in Cyprus,
Reaffirming the basic human need of families to be informed, without further delay, about the fate of their missing relatives,
Expressing concern that the Committee on Missing Persons in Cyprus, the establishment of which was announced on 22 April 1981, has failed to overcome procedural difficulties and has achieved no progress towards the commencement of its investigative work,
Emphasizing the need for a speedy resolution of this humanitarian problem,
1. Invites the Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances of the Commission on Human Rights to follow developments and to to recommend ways and means to the parties concerned with a view to overcoming the pending procedural difficulties of the Committee on Missing Persons in Cyprus and in cooperation with it to facilitate the effective implementation of its investigative work o n the basis of the existing relevant agreements;
2. Calls upon the parties concerned to facilitate such investigation in a spirit of co-operation an goodwill;
3. Requests the Secretary-General to continue to provide his good offices with a view to facilitating the work of the Committee on Missing Persons in Cyprus.
Approved at the 110th meeting, without a vote.