A United Nations Peace Force

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CHAPTER VIII
Conclusions

The General Assembly could set in motion the machinery for a permanent UN peace force in a resolution which, among other things, would:

Note the outstanding contribution which the United Nations Emergency Force has made to peace and security in the Middle East, and express gratitude to those who have assisted or are assisting in that operation;

Point out that UNEF is a temporary measure designed to serve a limited purpose;

Recognize the widespread desire that similar facilities to keep the peace be made permanently available to the United Nations for use in other emergencies;

Request member states, other than the permanent members of the Security Council, to designate elements of their armed forces for use, with the consent of the states concerned, in a United Nations Peace Force which would do observation, patrol, and other similar duty in response to a request by the Security Council or General Assembly for assistance in maintaining and strengthening peace and security;

Direct the Secretary-General to establish, within the Secretariat, a permanent staff of officers, headed by an Adviser to the Secretary-General, whose task would be (a) to plan the organization, transportation, supply, and command of such a Peace Force in advance of its use; (b) to consult with the states conrerned on the equipment, training, and state of readiness of designated personnel; (c) to make such other plans as would also facilitate the effective employment of the Force on short notice; and (d) to undertake, under the direction of the SecretaryGeneral, the supervision of an Observer Corps provided for in the following paragraph;

Establish, as part of the Secretariat, an Observer Corps consisting of (a) officers like those serving the Truce Supervision

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