United Nations Security Council Resolution 235

United Nations Security Council Resolution 235
by the United Nations

Adopted unanimously by the Security Council at its 1352nd meeting, on 9 June 1967

The Security Coucil,

Recalling its resolutions 233 (1967) of 6 June and 234 (1967) of 7 June 1967,

Noting that the Governments of Israel and Syria have announced their mutual acceptance of the Council’s demand for a cease-fire,

Noting the statements made by the representatives of Syria and Israel,

1. Confirms its previous resolutions about immediate cease-fire and cessation of military action;

2. Demands that hostilities should cease forthwith;

3. Requests the Secretary-General to make immediate contacts with the Governments of Israel and Syria to arrange immediate compliance with the above-mentioned resolutions and to report to the Security Council not later than two hours from now.

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