UN Documents for Jammu and Kashmir

Selected Security Council Resolutions View All
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.
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).
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.
Selected Security Council Letters View All
3 August 2020 S/2020/771 This was a letter from Pakistani Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mahmoud Qureshi to the Council president on recent developments in Jammu and Kashmir.
12 December 2019 S/2019/944 This was a letter from the foreign minister of Pakistan to the president of the Security Council and a request from China for a meeting.
13 August 2019 S/2019/654 The meeting, which was requested by Pakistan in a 13 August letter to the Security Council.
Selected Other Documents View All
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).
29 July 1949 Karachi Agreement This agreement establishes a ceasefire line as a complement to the suspension of hostilities, as contained in Part I of the Security Council Resolution of 13 August 1948. The agreement provides 30 days for the parties to vacate presently held areas to areas beyond the ceasefire line as established by this agreement.