AHG/Res. 34 (II) APARTHEID AND RACIAL DISCRIMINATION IN THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA The Assembly of Heads of State and government meeting in it Second Ordinary Session in Accra, Ghana, from 21 to 25 October 1965, Recalling the resolution adopted on 25 May 1963 by the Assembly of Heads of State and Government resolutions AHG/Res.5(I) and AHG/Res.6(I) of July 1964, as well as resolution CM/Res. 48(IV) of March 1965, on the problem of apartheid and racial discrimination, Considering the report of the Ministers for Foreign Affairs of Liberia, Madagascar, Sierra Leone and Tunisia, who had been requested by the Conference of Heads of State and Government in Addis Ababa in May 1963 to speak on behalf of all African States at the meetings of the Security Council held to discuss the question of apartheid and racial discrimination in the Republic of South Africa, and whose mandate was extended by the Assembly of Heads of State and Government meeting in its First Ordinary Session in Cairo in July 1964, Taking note of the reports of the United Nations Special Committee on the Policies of apartheid of the Government of the Republic of South Africa (United Nations documents A/5932 and A/5957), Noting the measures taken by other states in implementation of the resolutions of the Untied Nations and of the Organization of African Unity in order to bring about the abandonment of the policy of apartheid, Considering that the situation in the Republic of South Africa is constantly deteriorating and constitutes an ever-increasing threat to international peace and security, Gravely concerned at the increasing collaboration of the South African Government with the Government of Portugal as well as with the minority authorities in Southern Rhodesia to prevent the liberation of Southern Africa from colonialism and racism,

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