§ 7. Sir R. Russell
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs what colonial territories are to be examined in the coming months by the United Nations Special Committee on the ending of colonialism.
§ Mrs. White
Before completing its work for 1966, the United Nations Special Committee on the end of colonialism (Committee of Twenty-Four) still apparently intends to consider 17 British territories, 3 Spanish territories and 1 American territory; also Oman which is, of course, an independent State and not a colonial territory.
The following colonial territories are still due to be considered by the United Nations Special Committee on the situation with regard to the implementation of the declaration on the granting of independence to colonial countries and peoples before it completes its work for 1966:
British TerritoriesBahamas, Bermuda, Turks and Caicos Islands, Cayman Islands, Virgin Islands, Barbados, Montserrat, Antigua, St. Lucia, St. Kitts, St. Vincent, Dominica, Grenada, Falkland Islands, British Honduras (the foregoing have already been considered by a sub-committee of the Special Committee); Gibraltar and Aden.
United States TerritoriesU.S. Virgin Islands.
Spanish TerritoriesIfni, Spanish Sahara, Equatorial Guinea.
Non-ColonialThe Sultanate of Muscat and Oman.