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UN Security Council
Resolution 106
Date: March 29 1955
Meeting no.: 695
Code: S/3378 (Document)

Vote: For: 11 Abs.: 0 Against: 0
Subject: The Palestine Question
Result: Adopted

Security Council composition in 1955:
permanent members:

Flag of the Republic of China.svg CHN  FRA  UK  USA  USSR

non-permanent members:
 BEL  BRA  IRI
 NZL  PER  TUR

United Nations Security Council Resolution 106, adopted unanimously on March 29, 1955, after hearing reports from the Chief of Staff of the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization in Palestine and representatives of Egypt and Israel the Council noted that the Egyptian-Israel Mixed Armistice Commission determined that a "prearranged and planned attack ordered by Israel authorities" was committed by regular Israeli forces against elements of the Egyptian Army in the Gaza Strip. The Council condemned this attack as a violation of United Nations Security Council Resolution 54, called upon Israel to take all necessary measures to prevent such action and expressed its conviction that the maintenance of the General Armistice Agreement was threatened by deliberate violations and that no progress towards the return of permanent peace in Palestine would be made unless the parties complied strictly with their obligations.

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United Nations Security Council Resolution 106
by the United Nations
←Indexes: United Nations Security Council Resolutions

Adopted unanimously by the Security Council at its 695th meeting, on 29 March 1955

The Security Council,

Recalling its resolutions 54 (1948) of 15 July 1948, 73 (1949) of 11 August 1949, 89 (1950) of 17 November 1950, 93 (1951) of 18 May 1951 and 101 (1953) of 24 November 1953,

Having heard the report of the Chief of Staff of the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization in Palestine and statements by the representatives of Egypt and Israel,

Noting that the Egyptian-Israel Mixed Armistice Commission on 6 March 1955 determined that a “prearranged and planned attack ordered by Israel authorities” was “committed by Israel regular army forces against the Egyptian regular army force” in the Gaza Strip on 28 February 1955, [1]

1. Condemns this attack as a violation of the cease-fire provisions of Security Council resolution 54 (1948) and as inconsistent with the obligations of the parties under the General Armistice Agreement between Egypt and Israel [2] and under the United Nations Charter;

2. Calls again upon Israel to take all necessary measures to prevent such actions;

3. Expresses its conviction that the maintenance of the General Armistice Agreement is threatened by any deliberate violation of that Agreement by one of the parties to it, and that no progress towards the return of permanent peace in Palestine can be made unless the parties comply strictly with their obligations under the General Armistice Agreement and the cease-fire provision of its resolution 54 (1948).


[1] Ibid., document S/3373, annex III.

[2] Ibid., Fourth Year, Special Supplement No. 3.

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