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UN Security Council
Resolution 289
Date: November 23 1970
Meeting no.: 1,558
Code: S/RES/289 (Document)

Vote: For: 15 Abs.: 0 Against: 0
Subject: Complaint by Guinea
Result: Adopted

Security Council composition in 1970:
permanent members:

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

non-permanent members:
 BDI  COL  ESP  FIN  NCA
 NEP  POL  SLE  SYR  ZAM

United Nations Security Council Resolution 289, adopted unanimously on November 23, 1970, following several previous incursions into the Republic of Guinea by Portuguese troops, the Council demanded the immediate withdrawal of all external armed forces, mercenaries and military equipment and decided that a special mission, to be formed after consultation between the President of the Security Council and the Secretary-General, would be sent to the territory.

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United Nations Security Council Resolution 289
by the United Nations
←Indexes: United Nations Security Council Resolutions

Adopted unanimously by the Security Council at its 1558th meeting, on 23 November 1970

The Security Council,

Having heard the statement made by the Permanent Representative of the Republic of Guinea,

Having taken note of the request made by the President of the Republic of Guinea,

1. Demands the immediate cessation of the armed attack against the Republic of Guinea;

2. Demands the immediate withdrawal of all external armed forces and mercenaries, together with the military equipment used in the armed attack against the territory of the Republic of Guinea;

3. Decides to send a special mission to the Republic of Guinea to report on the situation immediately;

4. Decides that this special mission be formed after consultation between the President of the Security Council and the Secretary-General;

5. Decides to maintain the matter on its agenda.

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