The main objective of this last round of consultations was the harmonization of the text into the different language versions of the draft resolution and the draft agreement on the implementation of Part XI of the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea. The meeting received the draft resolution and the draft agreement of 15 April 1994, revised on the basis of discussions during the previous round of consultations and a corrigendum to the document of 23 May 1994. Two documents (SG/LOS/CRP.1 and SG/LOS/CRP.2) containing proposals for amendments prepared by the secretariat were also presented at the meeting in order to facilitate the harmonization of the language versions of the text. The results of the Secretary-General`s informal consultations in 1990 and 1991 were summarized in the summary of the Secretary-General`s informal consultations on the law of the sea in 1990 and 1991 of 31 June 1991. On 1 January 1992 and in an information note of 26 May 1992. These results fell into two categories. First, there appeared to be general agreement on relatively detailed cost solutions for States parties, business, decision-making, review conference and technology transfer. Secondly, with regard to the limitation of production, the compensation fund and the financial terms of the contract, it was generally agreed that it was neither necessary nor prudent to formulate a new regulatory framework for these items. Accordingly, the data for these items set out general principles to be applied when commercial production of deep-sea ores is imminent. 2/ Informal consultations were held on the following dates: 19 July 1990; 30 October 1990; 25 March 1991; 23 July 1991; 14 and 15 October 1991; 10 and 11 December 1991; 16 and 17 June 1992; 6th and 7th. August 1992; 28 and 29 January 1993; 27 and 28 April 1993; 2-6 August 1993; 8-12 November 1993; from 31 January to 4 February 1994; 4-8 April 1994; and from 31 May to 3 June 1994. (a) decision-making, in particular the question of the relationship between the Authority and the Council, and the question of which group of States should be considered a chamber of the Council for the purposes of the Council`s decision-making; In July 1990, the Secretary-General became Sir.
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