United Nations Security Council Resolution 236

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United Nations Security Council Resolution 236
by the United Nations

Adopted unanimously by the Security Council at its 1357th meeting, on 11 June 1967

The Security Council,

Taking note of the oral reports of the Secretary-General on the situation between Israel and Syria, made at the 1354th, 1355th, 1356th and 1357th meetings and the supplemental information supplied in documents S/7930 and Add.1-3, [1]

1. Condemns any and all violations of the cease-fire;

2. Requests the Secretary-General to continue his investigations and to report to the Council as soon as possible;

3. Affirms that its demand for a cease-fire and discontinuance of all military activities includes a prohibition of any forward military movements subsequent to the cease-fire;

4. Calls for the prompt return to the cease-fire positions of any troops which may have moved forward subsequent to 1630 hours GMT on 10 June 1967;

5. Calls for full co-operation with the Chief of Staff of the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization and the observers in implementing the cease-fire, including freedom of movement and adequate communications facilities.


[1] Ibid.

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