U.N. Security Council; Session 2180
Resolution recognizes the need for the protection of the archaeological and cultural sites and monuments in the city of Tyre...
Takes note also of the efforts of the Government of Lebanon to obtain international recognition for the protection of the archaeological and cultural sites and monuments in the city of Tyre in accordance with international law and the convention of the Hague of 1954, under wich such cities, sites and monuments are considered to be heritage of interest to all mankind.
UNESCO; Executive Board; Session 109
Decision requesting the Director General to draw the attention of the General Conference, at its next session, to the need to safeguard the entire archaeological site of Tyre and its surroundings.
Takes note of document 109 EX/33 on assistance for the reconstruction and development of Lebanon; Having noted the action already initiated by the Director-General to safeguard the historic and archaeological site of the age-old city of Tyre and its surrounding area.
Document giving its full support to the steps undertaken by UNESCO to save Tyre from destruction instructs its President to forward this resolution to the Foreign Ministers
Motion for a resolution tabled by Mr. Beyer de Ryke and others, on protecting the Site of Tyre.
UNESCO; General Conference; Session 21
Resolution authorizes "the Director General ... to appoint an adviser for the cultural heritage of the archaeological site of Tyre ... to determine the emergency measures to be taken to protect and preserve this cultural heritage…"
Information document submitted by the Director-General concerning the safeguarding of the archaeological site of Tyre and its surrounding area.
House of Commons; London
Motion adopted for Tyre to "…fully supports Security Council Resolution 459… and the efforts of UNESCO to save Tyre from destruction".
Takes note of the efforts of the Government of Lebanon to obtain international recognition for the protection of the archaeological and cultural sites and monuments in the city of Tyre in accordance with international law and the Hague Convention of 1954, which considers such cities, sites and monuments as a heritage of interest of all mankind.
Resolution stating that "the continuing conflict in Lebanon threatens the survival of the ancient city of Tyre, one of the historical treasures of our world".
The Lebanese Government recently approved building the southern extension of the coastal highway near many of the archeological treasures. The government has also permitted some of the coastal sea area to be refilled for the construction of parking lots. In addition, there has been damaging activity surrounding Tell El-Mashouk. It is my hope that part of the agenda to rebuild Southern Lebanon includes the preservation of the great city of Tyre and its surroundings, and I offer my assistance to do what I can in the United States to help the government of Lebanon achieve this goal.
Arab Ministers of Tourism Tunis; Fourth Conference
Resolution considering Tyre as an integral part of the Arab archaeological and historical heritage.
UNESCO; General Director;Session 22
Appeal requesting that "all military operations cease immediately in the region of Tyre and that the necessary measures be taken to safeguard this irreplaceable cultural site".
On 7 June 1982, while bombs were exploding in the town of Tyre, the Lebanese Government requested the Director-General to call for a halt to all military operations on the archaeological site of Tyre and in its surrounding area. The Hague of 14 May 1954, for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict, specifically assigns to Unesco, and in accordance with the mandate assigned to it by the General Conference in resolution 4/13 adopted at its twenty-first session, relating to the safeguardingof Tyre.
International Association to Save Tyre
Calls the attention of UNESCO’s Director General on the construction projects in the archaeological zone of Tyre
'Requests the Director-General to draw the attention of the General Conference, at its next session, to the need to safeguard the entire archaeological site of Tyre and its surrounding area, whose relics are of importance to the cultural heritage of mankind, so that it may decide on appropriate action'.
UNESCO; Executive Board; Session 109
Requests "the Director General to submit an information report indicating the necessary measures to be taken to safeguard this site…"
Assistance for the reconstruction and development of Lebanon
UNESCO; General Director; Session 22
Conference relative to the measures foreseen for the safeguard of the archaeological sites of Tyre.
In accordance with decision 7. 2 (11) adopted by the Executive Board at its 116th session, the Director-General is submitting this information document on the measures that could be taken with a view to safeguarding the archaeological site of Tyre and its surrounding Area and implementing resolution 4/ 13 adopted by the General Conference at its twenty-first session.
UNESCO; Session 22
Authorizing the Director General to "undertake the technical studies needed to draw up a plan of action concerning the protection and development of Tyre’s heritage…"
Report on the activities undertaken to safeguard the entire archaeological site of Tyre and its surrounding area (22 C/INF. 8)
World Heritage Committee; Buenos Aires; Session 8
Inscribes Tyre on the “World Heritage List”.
Nominations to the World Heritage List
UNESCO; Executive Board; Session 121
Report concerning the project to safeguard the archaeological site of Tyre and its surroundings
General Director's report on the site of archaeological preservation project of Tyre and its surroundings for its promotion as an interntionale campaign.