United Nations Security Council Resolution 194

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United Nations Security Council Resolution 194
by the United Nations

Adopted by the Security Council at its 1159th meeting, unanimously, on 25 September 1964

The Security Council,

Taking note of the report of the Secretary-General and noting, in particular, that the Secretary-General considers it necessary that the stationing in Cyprus of the United Nations Peace-keeping Force created by Security Council resolution 186 (1964) of 4 March 1964 should be extended beyond 26 September 1964,

Noting that the Government of Cyprus has indicated its desire that the stationing of the United Nations Force in Cyprus should be continued beyond 26 September 1964,

Renewing the expression of its deep appreciation to the Secretary-General for his efforts in the implementation of Security Council resolution 186 (1964) of 4 March 1964, 187 (1964) of 13 March 1964 and 192 (1964) of 20 June 1964,

Renewing the expression of its deep appreciation to the States that have contributed troops, police, supplies and financial support for the implementation of resolution 186 (1964)

Paying tribute to the memory of Sakari Tuomioja for the outstanding services that he rendered to the cause of the United Nations,

Expressing satisfaction that a new Mediator has been appointed by the Secretary-General in conformity with resolution 186 (1964)

1. Reaffirms its resolutions 186 (1964) of 4 March 1964, 187 (1964) of 13 March 1964, 192 (1964) of 20 June 1964, and 193 (1964) of 9 August 1964 and the consensus expressed by the President at the 1143rd meeting, on 11 August 1964;

2. Calls upon all States Members of the United Nations to comply with the above-mentioned resolutions;

3. Extends the period in which the United Nations Peace-keeping Force shall be stationed in Cyprus for another three months, ending 26 December 1964, in conformity with the terms of resolution 186 (1964);

4. Requests the Secretary-General to keep the Security Council informed regarding the compliance of the parties concerned with the provisions of the present resolution.

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