CUBA II WHEREAS the offensive against information sources has extended in recent weeks to include even the Catholic church, which has been severely restricted in its acquisition of computer equipment, photocopiers, and fax machines, under resolution 144-97 of the Foreign Commerce Ministry, thus creating serious problems for Pope John Paul II's trip to Cuba this coming January THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE lAPA RESOLVES to strongly condemn resolution 144-97 issued August 4 by the Cuban Foreign Commerce Ministry restricting the capacity of the country's churches to legally obtaln computer equipment, photocopiers, and fax machines, and to demand that Cuba immediately annul this regulation so that the visit of John Paul II to Cuba can take place with ali the facilities that the churches and the Cuban people deserve.