World Campaign Against Military Collaboration with South Africa
1979-03-28 Oslo Norway
28 Mar 1979, Oslo (Norway), by British Anti-Apartheid Movement, known since 1994 as G-XG7363 - Action for Southern Africa (ACTSA), following consultations with Chairman of U-XE0610 - United Nations Special Committee Against Apartheid, representatives of front line states of Southern Africa, and of Southern African liberation movements. Also referred to as World Campaign Against Military and Nuclear collaboration with South Africa. Ceased to exist prior to 1994.
Campaign for an end to military, nuclear and security collaboration to the regime in South Africa; work for effective implementation of the United Nations arms embargo against South Africa and ensure that it is reinforced to encompass all forms of assistance and cooperation to the racist regime in the maintenance and strengthening of its military and police establishment and in its nuclear programme.
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