UN Documents Most Recent

  • 6 December 1978

    S/RES/442

    This resolution recommended the Commonwealth of Dominica for UN membership.

  • 9 November 1978

    A/RES/33/15

    This resolution recommended the Council to adopt “all appropriate and practical measures under the Charter” for ensuring the implementation of resolutions on Cyprus, “within a time frame.”

  • 23 October 1978

    S/RES/438

    This resolution renewed UNEF’s mandate.

  • 19 September 1978

    A/RES/33/1

    This resolution admitted Solomon Islands as a member of the UN.

  • 18 September 1978

    S/PV.2085

    This meeting was on the situation in the Middle East.

  • 17 August 1978

    S/RES/433

    This resolution recommended Solomon Islands for UN membership.

  • 30 June 1978

    A/S-10/2

    This was the final document of the General Assembly’s first Special Session on disarmament.

  • 3 May 1978

    S/RES/427

    This resolution approved the Secretary-General’s request to increase the strength of UNIFIL.

  • 19 March 1978

    S/RES/426

    This resolution established UNIFIL.

  • 19 March 1978

    S/12611

    This was a report from the Secretary-General on Lebanon.

  • 19 March 1978

    S/RES/425

    This resolution called for strict respect for the international integrity, sovereignty and political independence of Lebanon, urged Israel to withdraw from Lebanese territory, and established UNIFIL.

  • 9 December 1977

    S/RES/421

    This resolution established a sanctions committee to monitor the arms embargo against South Africa.

  • 6 December 1977

    A/RES/32/128

    This resolution requested the establishment of an investigatory body with the participation of the Red Cross to speedily resolve the issue of missing persons in Cyprus.

  • 9 November 1977

    A/RES/32/15

    This resolution recommended the Council to adopt “all appropriate and practical measures under the Charter” for ensuring the implementation of resolutions on Cyprus, “within a time frame.”

  • 4 November 1977

    S/RES/418

    This resolution imposed a mandatory ban on all states from engaging in "any cooperation with South Africa in the manufacture and development of nuclear weapons".

  • 20 September 1977

    A/RES/32/1

    This resolution admitted Djibouti as a member of the UN.

  • 20 September 1977

    A/RES/32/2

    This resolution admitted Viet Nam as a member of the UN.

  • 20 July 1977

    S/RES/413

    This resolution recommended the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam for UN membership.

  • 7 July 1977

    S/RES/412

    This resolution recommended Djibouti for UN membership.

  • 15 June 1977

    S/RES/410

    This resolution emphasised the need for the parties to adhere to the High Level agreement reached on 12 February 1977.

  • 27 May 1977

    S/RES/409

    This resolution urged compliance with Council resolutions on Southern Rhodesia, inter alia.

  • 30 April 1977

    S/12323

    This report contained the 12 February agreement between the two leaders.

  • 15 December 1976

    A/RES/31/104

    This resolution admitted Western Samoa as a member of the UN.

  • 8 December 1976

    A/RES/31/60

    This resolution renewed appointment of Kurt Waldheim.

  • 7 December 1976

    S/RES/400

    This resolution recommended the reappointment of Kurt Waldheim.

  • 1 December 1976

    A/RES/31/44

    This resolution admitted Angola as a member of the UN.

  • 1 December 1976

    S/RES/399

    This resolution recommended Western Samoa for UN membership.

  • 26 November 1976

    A/RES/31/21

    This was the General Assembly request for reconsideration of the application of Viet Nam by the Security Council.

  • 22 November 1976

    S/RES/397

    This resolution recommended Angola for UN membership.

  • 15 November 1976

    S/PV.1972

    This was on the application of the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam.

  • 10 November 1976

    S/12226

    This was a draft resolution on the application for membership of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, vetoed, by the US on 15 November 1976.

  • 21 September 1976

    A/RES/31/1

    This resolution admitted Seychelles as a member of the UN.

  • 16 August 1976

    S/RES/394

    This resolution recommended Seychelles for UN membership.

  • 6 April 1976

    S/RES/388

    This resolution urged compliance with Council resolutions on Southern Rhodesia, inter alia.

  • 22 March 1976

    S/PV.1894

    This meeting was on the situation in the Middle East.

  • 22 February 1976

    Resolution 4 (XXXII)

    This was a resolution from the Commission on Human Rights calling for the intensification of efforts aimed at tracing and accounting for missing persons.

  • 6 February 1976

    S/PV.1888

    During this meeting, article 27 (3) on obligatory abstentions was only raised after the vote.

  • 13 December 1975

    S/RES/383

    This resolution reaffirmed the provision of resolution 186.

  • 11 December 1975

    A/RES/3472 B (XXX)

    This resolution outlined the criteria for nuclear weapons-free zones.

  • 4 December 1975

    A/RES/3413 (XXX)

    The resolution admitted Suriname (Surinam) as a member of the UN.

  • 1 December 1975

    S/RES/382

    This resolution recommended Suriname (Surinam) for UN membership.

  • 12 November 1975

    A/RES/3385 (XXX)

    This resolution admitted the Comoros as a member of the UN.

  • 10 November 1975

    A/RES/3379 (XXX)

    This resolution decided that Zionism is a form of racism and racial discrimination.

  • 6 November 1975

    S/RES/380

    This resolution deplored Morocco's movement into the territory.

  • 22 October 1975

    S/RES/377

    This resolution requested the Secretary-General to consult with the parties.

  • 17 October 1975

    S/RES/376

    This resolution recommended the Comoros for UN membership.

  • 10 October 1975

    A/RES/3368 (XXX)

    This resolution admitted Papua New Guinea as a member of the UN.

  • 22 September 1975

    S/RES/375

    This resolution recommended Papua New Guinea for UN membership.

  • 16 September 1975

    A/RES/3364 (XXX)

    This resolution admitted the Democratic Republic of Sao Tome and Principe as a member of the UN.

  • 16 September 1975

    A/RES/3365 (XXX)

    This resolution admitted Mozambique as a member of the UN.

  • 16 September 1975

    A/RES/3363 (XXX)

    This resolution admitted Cape Verde as a member of the UN.

  • 18 August 1975

    S/RES/372

    This resolution recommended Cape Verde for UN membership.

  • 18 August 1975

    S/RES/373

    This resolution recommended the Democratic Republic of Sao Tome and Principe for UN membership.

  • 18 August 1975

    S/RES/374

    This resolution recommended Mozambique for UN membership.

  • 12 March 1975

    S/RES/367

    This resolution regretted the unilateral decision to create a “Federated Turkish State” and stated that it would not prejudge the final political settlement of the problem of Cyprus.

  • 13 December 1974

    S/RES/365

    This resolution endorsed General Assembly resolution 3212 (XXIX).

  • 9 December 1974

    A/RES/3263 (XXIX)

    This resolution raised a question of a nuclear weapons-free zone in the Middle East.

  • 22 November 1974

    A/RES/3237

    This resolution granted the PLO observer status at the General Assembly.

  • 22 November 1974

    A/RES/3236

    This resolution recognised the Palestinians' right to sovereignty.

  • 1 November 1974

    A/RES/3212 (XXIX)

    This resolution called for the withdrawal of foreign troops, considered that the constitutional system concerned Greek and Turkish Cypriots, called upon the parties to take urgent measures for the return of refugees and requested the Secretary-General to continue his good offices.

  • 24 October 1974

    S/PV.1801

    During this meeting, Madagascar raised the issue of whether the provision of substantial diplomatic, political or military support to a state in a dispute may constitute grounds for the supporting state to become a party subject to article 27 (3).

  • 17 September 1974

    A/RES/3205 (XXIX)

    This resolution admitted Guinea-Buissau as a member of the UN.

  • 17 September 1974

    A/RES/3204 (XXIX)

    This resolution admitted Grenada as a member of the UN.

  • 17 September 1974

    A/RES/3203 (XXIX)

    This resolution admitted Bangladesh as a member of the UN.

  • 30 August 1974

    S/RES/361

    This resolution expressed grave concern at the plight of refugees, urged the parties concerned to search for peaceful solutions, requested the Secretary-General to submit a report on the situation of the refugees and decided to keep that situation under constant review.

  • 16 August 1974

    S/RES/360

    This resolution urged the parties to resume negotiations “whose outcome should not be impeded or prejudged by the acquisition of advantages resulting from military operations.”

  • 15 August 1974

    S/RES/359

    This resolution deplored the killing and wounding of UNFICYP personnel “as a direct result of the military action which is still continuing in Cyprus”.

  • 12 August 1974

    S/RES/356

    This resolution recommended Guinea-Bissau for UN membership.

  • 31 July 1974

    S/11400

    This draft resolution requested the Secretary-General to take appropriate action in the light of a statement he made regarding the role, functions and strength of UNFICYP and related issues arising out of the most recent political developments in respect of Cyprus. It was vetoed by Russia. The same draft was later adopted adding a request to the Secretary-General to present a full report in the light of his statement and a consideration that the cease-fire would be a first step in implementation of resolution 353.

  • 30 July 1974

    S/11398

    This was a letter enclosing a declaration by the foreign ministers of Greece, Turkey and the UK in which they agreed that all Turkish enclaves occupied by Greek or Greek Cypriot forces would be evacuated and protected by UNFICYP, and affirmed that the timely and phased reduction of armed forces and armament in Cyprus would take place within the framework of a just and lasting solution acceptable to all the parties.

  • 20 July 1974

    S/RES/353

    This resolution called on all parties to cease firing, demanded an immediate end to the foreign military intervention in Cyprus and withdrawal of troops and called upon all states to respect the sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity of Cyprus.

  • 21 June 1974

    S/RES/352

    This resolution recommended Grenada for UN membership.

  • 10 June 1974

    S/RES/351

    This resolution recommended Bangladesh for UN membership.

  • 31 May 1974

    S/RES/350

    This resolution established UNDOF.

  • 30 May 1974

    S/11302/Add.1

    This report contained the Agreement on Disengagement between Syrian and Israeli Forces.

  • 8 April 1974

    S/RES/346

    This resolution extended UNEF's mandate.

  • 15 December 1973

    S/RES/344

    This resolution declared Council support for convening a peace conference.

  • 27 October 1973

    S/11052/Rev.1

    This was the report of the Secretary-General on the Middle East.

  • 27 October 1973

    S/RES/341

    This resolution established UNEF II.

  • 25 October 1973

    S/RES/340

    This resolution demanded a ceasefire and gave the observer (resolution 339) the status of a UN mission (UNEF II).

  • 23 October 1973

    S/RES/339

    This resolution requested the Secretary-General to immediately dispatch observers to supervise the ceasefire.

  • 22 October 1973

    S/RES/338

    This resolution decided that, concurrently with a ceasefire, peace negotiations should start in the context of the 1973 Arab-Israeli War.

  • 18 September 1973

    A/RES/3050 (XXVIII)

    This resolution admitted Germany (the German Democratic Republic and the Federal Republic of Germany) as a member of the UN.

  • 18 September 1973

    A/RES/3051 (XXVIII)

    This resolution admitted the Commonwealth of the Bahamas as a member of the UN.

  • 26 July 1973

    S/PV.1735

    This meeting was on the situation in the Middle East.

  • 18 July 1973

    S/RES/336

    This resolution recommended the Commonwealth of the Bahamas for UN membership.

  • 22 June 1973

    S/RES/335

    This resolution recommended Germany (the German Democratic Republic and the Federal Republic of Germany) for UN membership.

  • 7 June 1973

    S/PV.1718

    This meeting was on the Middle East.

  • 2 July 1972

    Simla Agreement

    Agreement between the Government of India and the Government of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan on Bilateral Relations (Simla Agreement).

  • 22 December 1971

    A/RES/2903 (XXVI)

    This resolution appointed Kurt Waldheim.