Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 114 Part 6.djvu/147

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CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS—OCT. 23, 2000 114 STAT. 3203 Whereas the United States has supported Taiwan's participation in these bodies and, in the Taiwan Policy Review of September 1994, declared an intention of a stronger and more active policy of support for Taiwan's participation in appropriate international organizations; Whereas Public Law 106-137 required the Secretary of State to submit a report to the Congress on administration efforts to support Taiwan's participation in international organizations, in particular the World Health Organization; and Whereas in such report the Secretary of State failed to endorse Taiwan's participation in international organizations and thereby did not follow the spirit of the 1994 Taiwan Policy Review: Now, therefore, be it Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring). That it is the sense of the Congress that— (1) Taiwan and its 23,000,000 people deserve appropriate meaningful participation in the United Nations and other international organizations such as the World Health Organization; and (2) the United States should fulfill the commitment it made in the 1994 Taiwan Policy Review to more actively support Taiwan's participation in appropriate international organizations. Agreed to October 19, 2000. NATIONAL JAPANESE-AMERICAN MEMORIAL DEDICATION—CAPITOL GROUNDS oct. 23, 2000 AUTHORIZATION [s.Con.Res.139] Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), SECTION 1. DEFINITIONS. In this Resolution: (1) EVENT.— The term "event" means the dedication of the National Japanese-American Memorial to Patriotism. (2) SPONSOR. —The term "sponsor" means the National Japanese-American Memorial Foundation. SEC. 2. AUTHORIZATION OF EVENT TO CELEBRATE THE DEDICATION OF THE NATIONAL JAPANESE-AMERICAN MEMORIAL. The National Japanese-American Memorial Foundation may sponsor the dedication of the National Japanese-American Memorial to Patriotism on the Capitol grounds on November 9, 2000, or on such other date as the Speaker of the House of Representatives and the Committee on Rules and Administration of the Senate may jointly designate. SEC. 3. TERMS AND CONDITIONS. (a) IN GENERAL. —The event shall be open to the public, free of admission charge, and arranged so as not to interfere with the needs of Congress, under conditions to be prescribed by the Architect of the Capitol and the Capitol Police Board.