60 General Assembly—Thirteenth 4. Deplores the fundamental rights freedom of political continuing presence continuing repression in Hungary of of the Hungarian people and of their expression under the shadow of the of Soviet armed forces; 1344 Condemns this continued tions of the General Assembly; defiance of the resolu- 7. Again calls upon the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the present authorities in Hungary to desist from repressive measures against the Hungarian people and to respect the liberty and political independence of Hungary and the Hungarian people’s enjoyment of fundamental human rights and freedoms; 8. Declares that the United Nations will continue to be seized of the situation in Hungary in view of the fact that the Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the present authorities in Hungary are disregarding the above-mentioned resolutions of the General Assembly; 9. Decides to appoint Sir Leslie Munro to represent the United Nations for the purpose of reporting to Member States or to the General Assembly on significant developments relating to the implementation of the Assembly resolutions on Hungary; 10. Requests the Secretary-General to provide the necessary facilities to assist Sir Leslie Munro in the performance of his duties. 787th plenary meeting, 12 December 1958. (XII). Report of the Secretary-General on the Second United Nations International Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy 5. Denounces the execution of Mr. Imre Nagy, General Pal Maléter and other Hungarian patriots ; 6. Session The General Assembly, Recalling its resolutions 810 (IX) of 4 December 1954 and 912 (X) of 3 December 1955 relating to the two international conferences on the peaceful uses of atomic energy, to the International Atomic Energy Agency and to the Secretary-General’s Advisory Com- mittee in this field, Having considered the report of the Secretary-General® on the Second United Nations International Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy held in Geneva from 1 to 13 September 1958, Noting therein the need stated by the Secretary-General for the continuing expert assistance of the Advisory Committee with broader terms of reference, Recognizing the helpfulness of a thorough evaluation of the Second Conference in considering the need, nature and timing of similar conferences in this field, 1. Records its satisfaction with the contribution made by the Second United Nations International Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy to the free international exchange of' scientific and technical information and to expanded international co-operation in the field of peaceful uses of atomic energy; 2. Expresses its appreciation to the Secretary-Gen- eral, the Advisory Committee, the Secretary-General of the Conference and the participants in the Conference for their co-operation in the planning, organizing and successful conduct of the Conference; 1325 (XII). Admission of the Republic of Guinea to membership in the United Nations The General Assembly, Having received the recommendation of the Security Council of 9 December 1958¢ that the Republic of Guinea should be admitted to membership in the United Nations, Having considered the application for membership of the Republic of Guinea,? Decides to admit the Republic of Guinea to membership in the United Nations. 789th plenary meeting, 12 December 1958. ~ bids ment Thirteenth . Session, Annexes, * [bid., document A/4048, agenda item 73, docu- 3. Decides that the Advisory Committee established in paragraph 5 of section B of resolution 810 (IX) and continued under paragraph 7 of section I of resolution 912 (X), as now constituted, shall be extended as the United Nations Scientific Advisory Committee, and that henceforth it shall advise and assist the SecretaryGeneral, at his request, on all matters relating to the peaceful uses of atomic energy with which the United Nations may be concerned; 4,.. Requests the Secretary-General and the United Nations Sciehtific Advisory Committee, in consultation with the International Atomic Energy Agency and the interested specialized agencies, to undertake a thorough evaluation of the Second Conference in relation to the need, nature and timing of similar conferences in this field; 5. Requests the Secretary-General to submit an interim report to the General Assembly at its fourteenth session and a report on the results of such study at the fifteenth session. 791st plenary meeting, 13 December 1958. * Ibid., agenda item 66, document A/3949.