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UN Security Council
Resolution 335
Date: 22 June 1973
Meeting no.: 1,730
Code: S/RES/335 (Document)

Subject: Admission of New Members to the UN
Result: Adopted

Security Council composition in 1973:
permanent members:

 CHN  FRA  UK  USA  USSR

non-permanent members:
 AUS  AUT  GUI  INA  IND
 KEN  PAN  PER  SUD  YUG

United Nations Security Council Resolution 335, adopted on June 22, 1973, after separately considering their applications, the Council recommended to the General Assembly that both the German Democratic Republic and the Federal Republic of Germany be simultaneously admitted. Unlike other Security Council works it was not disclosed which nations voted which way on the resolution, the UN did not even disclose what margin the resolution passed by, though by its passage we know none of the veto powers voted against it.

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United Nations Security Council Resolution 335
by the United Nations
←Indexes: United Nations Security Council Resolutions

Adopted by the Security Council at its 1730th meeting, on 22 June 1973

The Security Council

Having considered separately the application of the German Democratic Republic (S/10945) and the application of the Federal Republic of Germany (S/10949) for admission to membership in the United Nations,

1. Recommends to the General Assembly that the German Democratic Republic be admitted to membership in the United Nations;

2. Recommends to the General Assembly that the Federal Republic of Germany be admitted to membership in the United Nations.

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