Australian amendment  was designed to-
(a) Bring about general regulations and reduction of armaments.
(b) Expedite fulfilment of terms of reference of Atomic Energy
(c) Establishment of adequate safeguards through single
international instrument or treaty.
(d) Permanent international commission of control with powers of
(e) Implementation of Article 26.
2. It is regrettable that the Australian resolution covering these
points is not now to the forefront of the debate. There may,
however, be opportunities to put it to the vote as it stands in
the absence of agreement on an alternative draft. If not, every
endeavour should be made to have all points covered in any draft
submitted to the vote. In particular it is important that the
Disarmament Commission set up should have no restrictions on its
voting or executive powers. The policy you are pursuing is in
accordance with the above. We attach the greatest importance to
the subject, and every effort by you will be required to ensure
that the Assembly reaches definitive conclusions satisfactory to