United Nations Security Council Resolution 132

United Nations Security Council Resolution 132
by the United Nations

Adopted by the Security Council at its 848th meeting, by 10 votes to 1 (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics), on 7 September 1959

The Security Council

Decides to appoint a sub-committee consisting of Argentina, Italy, Japan and Tunisia, and instructs this sub-committee to examine the statements made before the Security Council concerning Laos, to receive further statements and documents and to conduct such inquiries as is may determine necessary, and to report to the Council as soon as possible.

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