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R esolved : W hereas the General Assembly of the United Nations on November 3, 1950, adopted a Resolution entitled “Uniting for Peace”; N ow, therefore , the Board of Governors, taking note of said Resolution, hereby resolves : T hat the Fund, in the conduct of its activities shall have due regard for recommendations of the General Assembly made pursuant to the said Resolution for the maintenance or restoration of international peace and security. Resolution No. 6-8 September 13, 1951

International Monetary Fund

Resolved: WHEREAS the General Assembly of the United Nations on November 3, 1950, adopted a Resolution entitled “Uniting for Peace”; NOW, THEREFORE, the Board of Governors, taking note of said Resolution, hereby RESOLVES: THAT the Fund, in the conduct of its activities shall have due regard for recommendations of the General Assembly made pursuant to the said Resolution for the maintenance or restoration of international peace and security. Resolution No. 6-8 September 13, 1951

International Monetary Fund

Resolved: W hereas the General Assembly of the United Nations on November 3, 1950, adopted a Resolution entitled “Uniting for Peace”; N ow, therefore , the Board of Governors, taking note of said Resolution, hereby resolves : T hat the Fund, in the conduct of its activities shall have due regard for recommendations of the General Assembly made pursuant to the said Resolution for the maintenance or restoration of international peace and security. Resolution No. 6-8 September 13, 1951

International Monetary Fund

R esolved : W hereas the General Assembly of the United Nations on November 3, 1950, adopted a Resolution entitled “Uniting for Peace”; N ow , therefore , the Board of Governors, taking note of said Resolution, hereby resolves : T hat the Fund, in the conduct of its activities shall have due regard for recommendations of the General Assembly made pursuant to the said Resolution for the maintenance or restoration of international peace and security. Resolution No. 6-8 September 13, 1951

International Monetary Fund

R esolved : W hereas THE General Assembly of the United Nations on November 3, 1950, adopted Resolution entitled “Uniting for Peace”; NOW, T herefore , the Board of Governors, taking note of said Resolution, hereby resolves: THAT the Fund, in the conduct of its activities shall have due regard for recommendations of the General Assembly made pursuant to the said Resolution for the maintenance or restoration of international peace and security. Resolution No. 6-8 September 13, 1951

International Monetary Fund

R esolved : W hereas THE General Assembly of the United Nations on November 3, 1950, adopted Resolution entitled “Uniting for Peace”; N ow, therefore , the Board of Governors, taking note of said Resolution, hereby resolves: T hat the Fund, in the conduct of its activities shall have due regard for recommendations of the General Assembly made pursuant to the said Resolution for the maintenance or restoration of international peace and security. Resolution No. 6-8 September 13, 1951

International Monetary Fund

R esolved : W hereas the General Assembly of the United Nations on November 3, 1950, adopted Resolution entitled “Uniting for Peace”; N ow , T herefore , the Board of Governors, taking note of said Resolution, hereby resolves: T hat the Fund, in the conduct of its activities shall have due regard for recommendations of the General Assembly made pursuant to the said Resolution for the maintenance or restoration of international peace and security. Resolution No. 6-8 September 13, 1951

International Monetary Fund

Abstract

This Volume contains decisions, interpretations, and resolutions of the Executive Board and the Board of Governors of the IMF, as well as selected documents relating to current activities of the Fund.

International Monetary Fund

Abstract

That the Executive Directors of the International Monetary Fund are invited, at the request of the Governor for the United States of America, to interpret the Articles of Agreement, pursuant to Article XVIII* (a), as to whether the authority of the Fund to use its resources extends beyond current monetary stabilization operations to afford temporary assistance to members in connection with seasonal, cyclical, and emergency fluctuations in the balance of payments of any member for current transactions, and whether the Fund has authority to use its resources to provide facilities for relief, reconstruction, or armaments, or to meet a large or sustained outflow of capital on the part of any member.**

International Monetary Fund

Abstract

To help fulfill its purposes, the International Monetary Fund (hereinafter called the Fund) has adopted this Instrument establishing the Supplementary Financing Facility Subsidy Account (hereinafter called the Account), which shall be governed by and administered in accordance with the terms of this Instrument.