4. Calls on the Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space to urgently complete the drafting of an agreement on liability for damage caused by the release of objects into space and, in any event, no later than the beginning of the 23rd session of the General Assembly, and submit it to the Assembly at this session. The bailout agreement essentially stipulates that any State party to the agreement must provide all possible assistance to rescue the personnel of a spaceship that has landed on the territory of that state, whether as a result of an accident, an emergency, an emergency or an accidental landing. If distress occurs in an area outside the territory of a nation, each part of the state able to do so will increase assistance in the search and rescue operation, if necessary. Article 6 of the 1968 bailout contains provisions of great material importance, which are contained under the guise of a definition of introductory power. This article provides for the provision of a mechanism by which an international organization can benefit from the benefits and obligations of the agreement, as long as it applies to the activities of international organizations. At the time of the development of the treaty, the prospect of saving space travellers was unlikely due to limited launch opportunities, even the most advanced space programs, but has become more plausible since then. For example, Mir and later the International Space Station have entertained Russian soyuz docked spacecraft that, in an emergency, will be used as a leakage mechanism; in some scenarios, this vessel could also assist in a rescue. The 1968 rescue agreement, the agreement on the rescue of astronauts, the return of astronauts and the return of objects that were launched into space, the second space treaty, drawn up in the united Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Space, was adopted on 19 December 1967 by 115 votes to 0 and was opened for signature in Washington. , London and Moscow on 22 April 1968 and came into force on 3 December 1968. Since January 2019, ninety states have ratified the 1968 bailout agreement. The rescue agreement has been criticized for being vague, particularly in terms of the definition of the saved and the definition of what constitutes a spacecraft and its components.