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Barring of FRY Representative at UN Security Council

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* Professor Murphy wishes to acknowledge the superb research assistance provided by Cameron Alford, Matthew Haws, and Shana Stanton for volume 94.

1 See Letter Dated 27 April 1992 from the Chargé d’Affaires A.I. of the Permanent Mission of Yugoslavia to the United Nations Addressed to the President of the Security Council, annex, UN Doc. S/23877 (1992).

2 For the United States reaction, see Letter Dated 5 May 1992 from the Deputy Representative of the United States of America to the United Nations Addressed to the President of the Security Council, UN Doc. S/23879 (1992). For the European Union reaction, see Letter Dated 12 May 1992 from the Permanent Representatives of Belgium, France, and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to the United Nations Addressed to the President of the Security Council, annex, UN Doc. S/23906 (1992).

3 Conference on Yugoslavia, Arbitration Commission Opinion No. 10, UN GAOR, 48th Sess., annex, Agenda Item 8, at 8, UN Doc. A/48/874 (1994), reprinted in 31 ILM 1525 (1992).

4 SC Res. 777, UN SCOR, 47th Sess., 3116th mtg. at 34, UN Doc. S/RES/777 (1992) (adopted by 12 votes, with China, India, and Zimbabwe abstaining). The Security Council previously had noted that Serbia and Montenegro’s claim to continue automatically the UN membership of the former Yugoslavia “has not been generally accepted.” SC Res. 757, UN SCOR, 47th Sess., 3082d mtg. at 13, UN Doc. S/RES/757 (1992).

5 See GA Res. 47/1, UN GAOR, 47th Sess., Supp. No. 49, at 12, UN Doc. A/47/49 (1992). For the debate on the legal right of Serbia and Montenegro to continue as a member of the United Nations based on the membership of the former Yugoslavia, compare Blum, Yehuda Z., UN Membership of the “New” Yugoslavia: Continuity or Break? 86 AJIL 830 (1992)CrossRefGoogle Scholar, with Correspondents’ Agora: UN Membership of the Former Yugoslavia, 87 AJIL 240 (1993)

6 The UN legal counsel determined in 1992 that FRY representatives could participate in certain UN activities. See 1992 UN Y.B. 139–40, UN Sales No. E.93.I.1. For information on the FRY permanent mission, see <http://www.un.int/yugoslavia/>.

7 See Lynch, Colum, U. S. Seeks Envoy’s Ouster, Wash. Post, June 24, 2000, at A18 Google Scholar.

8 See UN Doc. S/PV.4164 (June 23, 2000).

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