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United Nations Security Council Resolution 660 was adopted by the UN Security Council on 2 August 1990. The resolution condemned the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait and demanded a withdrawal of Iraqi troops.

The resolution was adopted at the 2,923rd meeting by 14 votes to none, with Yemen not voting.

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United Nations Security Council Resolution 660
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United Nations Security Council Resolution 660.

Adopted by the Security Council at its 2932nd meeting, by 14 votes to none, on 2 August 1990 [1]

The Security Council,

Alarmed by the invasion of Kuwait on 2 August 1990 by the military forces of Iraq,

Determining that there exists a breach of international peace and security as regards the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait,

Acting under Articles 39 and 40 of the Charter of the United Nations,

1. Condemns the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait;

2. Demands that Iraq withdraw immediately and unconditionally all its forces to the positions in which they were located on 1 August 1990;

3. Calls upon Iraq and Kuwait to begin immediately intensive negotiations for the resolution of their differences and supports all efforts in this regard, and especially those of the League of Arab States;

4. Decides to meet again as necessary to consider further steps to ensure compliance with the present resolution.


[1] One Member (Yemen) did not participate in the voting.

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