United Nations General Assembly Resolution 3411

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United Nations General Assembly Resolution 3411  (1975) 
the UN General Assembly

3411 C. Policies of apartheid of the Government of South Africa - Special responsibility of the United Nations and the international 'community towards the oppressed people of South Africa.

A/RES/3411 C (XXX), 28 November 1975

The General Assembly,

Recalling its numerous resolutions condemning the policies of apartheid of the racist regime of South Africa,

Aware of its responsibility of upholding the principles enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights,

Commending the courageous struggle of the oppressed people of South Africa under the leadership of their liberation movements supported by the United Nations and the international community,

Taking note of the heavy sacrifices made by the people of South Africa in their legitimate struggle for self-determination,

Meeting on the occasion of the thirtieth anniversary of the United Nations,

1. Proclaims that the United Nations and the international community have a special responsibility towards the oppressed people of South Africa and their liberation movements, and towards those imprisoned, restricted or exiled for their struggle against apartheid;

2. Reiterates its determination to devote increasing attention and all necessary resources to concert international efforts, in close cooperation with the Organization of African Unity, for the speedy eradication of apartheid in South Africa and the liberation of the South African people.

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