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UN Security Council
Resolution 131
Date: December 9 1958
Meeting no.: 842
Code: S/4133 (Document)

Vote: For: 10 Abs.: 1 Against: 0
Subject: Admission of new Members to the UN: Guinea
Result: Adopted

Security Council composition in 1958:
permanent members:

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

non-permanent members:
 CAN  COL  IRQ
 JPN  PAN  SWE

United Nations Security Council Resolution 131, adopted on December 9, 1958, after examining the application of the Republic of Guinea for membership in the United Nations the Council recommended to the General Assembly that the Republic of Guinea be admitted.

The resolution was adopted by ten votes; France abstained.

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United Nations Security Council Resolution 131
by the United Nations
←Indexes: United Nations Security Council Resolutions

Adopted by the Security Council at its 842nd meeting, on 9 December 1958

The Security Council,

Having examined the application of the Republic of Guinea for membership in the United Nations, [1]

Recommends to the General Assembly that the Republic of Guinea be admitted to membership in the United Nations.


[1] Document S/4122.

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