The General Assembly is the main deliberative, policymaking and representative organ of the United Nations.
The General Assembly generally adopts one or more resolutions regarding UNCITRAL's annual work. These resolutions are first issued in a provisional form and then reissued at the end of the year as the last numbered supplement of the official records of the General Assembly. So, for example, A/RES/54/103 is the document containing a provisional form of Assembly resolution 54/103 adopted during the fifty-fourth session of the General Assembly.
Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly prior to 1976 followed a different format and were sequentially numbered, the session at which they were adopted being indicated by roman numerals (e.g. 2205 (XXI)).
The Sixth Committee is one of the main committees of the General Assembly and considers legal matters, including the annual report of UNCITRAL.