UN Documents Most Recent

  • 21 December 1971

    S/RES/307

    This resolution demanded a durable ceasefire and cessation of hostilities until withdrawals of all armed forces to the ceasefire line in Kashmir. It also requested the Secretary-General to keep the Council informed “without delay” on developments related to the implementation of the resolution.

  • 21 December 1971

    S/RES/306

    This resolution recommended the appointment of Kurt Waldheim.

  • 9 December 1971

    A/RES/2794 (XXVI)

    This resolution admitted the United Arab Emirates as a member of the UN.

  • 8 December 1971

    S/RES/304

    This resolution recommended the United Arab Emirates for UN membership.

  • 6 December 1971

    S/RES/303

    Council meetings were called following deterioration in relations between India and Pakistan over several incidents, including Jammu and Kashmir and in East Pakistan. Additionally, UNMOGIP reported violations on both sides of the Karachi Agreement (1949).

  • 14 October 1971

    S/PV.1594

    This meeting was on the situation in Namibia.

  • 7 October 1971

    A/RES/2754 (XXVI)

    This resolution admitted Oman as a member of the UN.

  • 6 October 1971

    S/PV.1589

    This meeting was on the situation in Namibia.

  • 5 October 1971

    S/PV.1588

    This meeting was on Namibia.

  • 30 September 1971

    S/RES/299

    This resolution recommended Oman for UN membership.

  • 23 September 1971

    S/10330

    This was the report of the Ad Hoc Sub-Committee on Namibia.

  • 21 September 1971

    A/RES/2751 (XXVI)

    This resolution admitted Bhutan as a member of the UN.

  • 21 September 1971

    A/RES/2752 (XXVI)

    This resolution admitted Bahrain as a member of the UN.

  • 21 September 1971

    A/RES/2753 (XXVI)

    This resolution admitted Qatar as a member of the UN.

  • 15 September 1971

    S/RES/297

    This resolution recommended Qatar for UN membership.

  • 18 August 1971

    S/RES/296

    This resolution recommended Bahrain for UN membership.

  • This was the convention on Psychotropic Substances of 1971.

  • 10 February 1971

    S/RES/292

    This resolution recommended Bhutan for UN membership.

  • 8 December 1970

    S/RES/290

    This resolution reprimanded Portugal for the armed attack against Guinea.

  • 24 October 1970

    A/RES/2625 (XXV)

    This was the Declaration on Principles of International Law concerning Friendly Relations and Co-operation among States in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations.

  • 13 October 1970

    A/RES/2622 (XXV)

    This resolution admitted Fiji as a member of the UN.

  • 10 October 1970

    S/RES/287

    This resolution recommended Fiji for UN membership.

  • 9 September 1970

    S/RES/286

    This resolution appealed for an end to hijacking of commercial aircraft and for release of passengers and crew currently held.

  • 29 July 1970

    S/RES/284

    This resolution contained a request for an advisory opinion from the ICJ on Namibia.

  • 15 May 1970

    S/PV.1541

    This meeting was on the Middle East.

  • 14 May 1970

    S/PV.1540

    This meeting was on the situation in the Middle East.

  • 12 May 1970

    S/PV.1538

    This meeting was on the situation in the Middle East.

  • 12 May 1970

    S/RES/279

    This resolution demanded the withdrawal of Israeli forces from Lebanon.

  • 18 March 1970

    S/RES/277

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

  • 13 March 1970

    S/9696/Corr.2

    This documents contained a corrigendum to the draft resolution on Southern Rhodesia (S/9696) vetoed by the US.

  • 12 March 1970

    S/9696/Corr.1

    This document contained amendments to a draft resolution on Southern Rhodesia (S/9696) vetoed by the US.

  • 11 March 1970

    S/9696

    This was a draft resolution on Southern Rhodesia vetoed by the US.

  • 30 January 1970

    S/RES/276

    This resolution declared illegal the presence of South Africa in Namibia.

  • 12 August 1969

    S/RES/269

    This resolution continued to press South Africa to withdraw from Namibia.

  • 12 November 1968

    A/RES/2384 (XXIII)

    This resolution admitted Guinea as a member of the UN.

  • 6 November 1968

    S/RES/260

    This resolution recommended Guinea for UN membership.

  • 24 September 1968

    A/RES/2376 (XXIII)

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

  • 11 September 1968

    S/RES/257

    This resolution recommended Swaziland for UN membership.

  • 19 June 1968

    S/RES/255

    This resolution recognised that aggression with nuclear weapons or the threat of such aggression against a non-nuclear weapon state would create a situation in which the Security Council, and above all its nuclear-weapon state permanent members, would have to act immediately.

  • 29 May 1968

    S/RES/253

    This resolution established the first Council sanctions committee to monitor the implementation of the sanctions measures in Southern Rhodesia.

  • 29 May 1968

    S/PV.1428

    This meeting was on the situation in Southern Rhodesia.

  • 24 April 1968

    A/RES/2371 (XXII)

    This resolution admitted Mauritius as a member of the UN.

  • 22 April 1968

    S/8554

    This was a draft resolution on Southern Rhodesia introduced by the UK.

  • 18 April 1968

    S/RES/249

    This resolution recommended Mauritius for UN membership.

  • 18 April 1968

    S/PV.1413

    This meeting was on the situation in Southern Rhodesia.

  • 16 April 1968

    S/8545

    This resolution was a draft resolution on Southern Rhodesia introduced by Algeria, Ethiopia, India, Pakistan and Senegal.

  • 22 March 1968

    S/8495

    This was a letter from the Soviet Union on resolution 242

  • 22 December 1967

    S/RES/244

    This resolution extended UNFICYP’s mandate and noted the Secretary-General’s report recommending including the supervision of disarmament and arrangements to safeguard internal security in the mandate.

  • 14 December 1967

    A/RES/2310 (XXII)

    This resolution admitted Democratic Yemen (the People's Republic of Southern Yemen) as a member of the UN.

  • 12 December 1967

    S/RES/243

    This resolution recommended Democratic Yemen (the People's Republic of Southern Yemen) for UN membership.

  • 8 December 1967

    S/8286

    This report recommended enlarging the mandate of UNFICYP so as to include supervision of disarmament and arrangements to safeguard internal security.

  • 22 November 1967

    S/RES/242

    This was a British sponsored compromise between the three-power and US drafts, calling on all parties to end territorial claims, respect sovereignty, and for Israel to withdraw from occupied territories. This resolution affirmed that the establishment of just and lasting peace in the Middle East should include the application of certain principles inter alia.

  • 22 November 1967

    S/PV.1382

    This meeting was the adoption of resolution 242 on Israel-Palestine.

  • 20 November 1967

    S/8253

    This was a draft resolution on Israel-Palestine.

  • 16 November 1967

    S/8247

    This was a draft resolution on Israel-Palestine.

  • 9 November 1967

    S/PV.1373

    This meeting was on the situation in the Middle East.

  • 7 November 1967

    S/8229

    This was a draft resolution on Israel-Palestine.

  • 7 November 1967

    S/8227

    This was a draft resolution on Israel-Palestine.

  • 25 October 1967

    S/RES/240

    This resolution reaffirmed the ceasefire.

  • 14 June 1967

    S/RES/237

    This resolution called on Israel to observe international humanitarian principles in treatment of prisoners of war and civilians in occupied areas.

  • 11 June 1967

    S/RES/236

    This resolution reaffirmed the Council’s demand for a ceasefire.

  • 9 June 1967

    S/RES/235

    This resolution confirmed demand for a ceasefire.

  • 7 June 1967

    S/RES/234

    This resolution demanded a ceasefire.

  • 6 June 1967

    S/RES/233

    This resolution called for a ceasefire.

  • 16 December 1966

    S/RES/232

    This resolution imposed sanctions on Southern Rhodesia.

  • 9 December 1966

    A/RES/2175 (XXI)

    This resolution admitted Barbados as a member of the UN.

  • 7 December 1966

    S/RES/230

    This resolution recommended Barbados for UN membership.

  • 2 December 1966

    A/RES/2161 (XXI)

    This resolution renewed the appointment of U Thant.

  • 2 December 1966

    S/RES/229

    This resolution recommended the reappointment of U Thant.

  • 25 November 1966

    S/RES/228

    This resolution censured Israel for its large-scale military action in the southern Hebron area.

  • 1 November 1966

    A/RES/2147 (XXI)

    This resolution briefly extended the appointment of U Thant.

  • 28 October 1966

    S/RES/227

    This resolution recommended temporary rollover of the appointment of U Thant.

  • 17 October 1966

    A/RES/2136 (XXI)

    This resolution admitted Botswana as a member of the UN.

  • 17 October 1966

    A/RES/2137 (XXI)

    This resolution admitted Lesotho as a member of the UN.

  • 14 October 1966

    S/RES/224

    This resolution recommended Botswana for UN membership.

  • 14 October 1966

    S/RES/225

    This resolution recommended Lesotho for UN membership.

  • 20 September 1966

    A/RES/2133 (XXI)

    This resolution admitted Guyana as a member of the UN.

  • 21 June 1966

    S/RES/223

    This resolution recommended Guyana for UN membership.

  • 9 April 1966

    S/RES/221

    This resolution authorised the UK to use force to prevent the supply of oil to Southern Rhodesia.

  • 18 December 1965

    A/RES/2077 (XX)

    This resolution called upon states to respect the sovereignty, unity independence and territorial integrity of Cyprus.

  • 19 November 1965

    A/RES/2028 (XX)

    This resolution contained guidelines for the negotiation of a treaty on the nonproliferation of nuclear weapons.

  • 5 November 1965

    S/RES/215

    After the cease-fire called for in S/RES/209, S/RES/210, S/RES/211, and S/RES/214 did not materialize, the Council demanded that representatives of India and Pakistan meet with a representative of the Secretary-General.

  • 27 September 1965

    S/RES/214

    This resolution expressed concern that the cease-fire called for in S/RES209, S/RES/2010, and S/RES/211 was not holding despite both India and Pakistan agreeing to it. The Council demanded that the parties honor their commitment, cease fire, and withdraw all armed personnel

  • 21 September 1965

    A/RES/2009 (XX)

    This resolution admitted Maldives (the Maldive Islands) as a member of the UN.

  • 21 September 1965

    A/RES/2010 (XX)

    This resolution admitted Singapore as a member of the UN.

  • 21 September 1965

    A/RES/2008 (XX)

    This resolution admitted Gambia as a member of the UN.

  • 20 September 1965

    S/RES/211

    After the calls for a cease-fire in S/RES/209 and S/RES/2010 went unheeded, with this resolution the Council demanded that a cease-fire take effect on 22 September with both forces withdrawing to the positions held before 5 August.

  • 20 September 1965

    S/RES/212

    This resolution recommended Maldives (the Maldive Islands) for UN membership.

  • 20 September 1965

    S/RES/213

    This resolution recommended Singapore for UN membership.

  • 6 September 1965

    S/RES/210

    This resolution concerned the Secretary-General’s report on the developments in Kashmir. The Council called on India and Pakistan to cease hostilities in the entire area of conflict and withdraw all armed personnel to the positions they held before 5 August 1965