What is interesting to note is that they did NOT have to actually become an NGO/DPI member:<quoted text>
Now its the entire library:
But 20 years ago, I don't know.
I don't think they were SO important but they had been in the habit of using those parts for some years before they were told they would need to register with the DPI to continue using them.
All they needed to do to get information was log in to one of the databases.Due to security constraints in place at the New York UN Headquarters complex, the Library is not open to the general public. The vast majority of recent documentation is available to everyone electronically. Members of the public are invited to visit depository libraries located worldwide if they are in need of documentation in hard-copy format.
UN documents can be retrieved using the following databases:
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I think you need to try again.