United Nations Security Council Resolution 204

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Adopted by the Security Council at its 1212nd meeting, unanimously, on 19 May 1965

The Security Council,

Taking note of the complaint by Senegal against Portugal contained in documents S/6177, S/6196 and S/6338,

Having heard the statements of the representatives of Senegal and Portugal concerning violations of Senegalese territory by the Portuguese military forces,

1. Deeply deplores any incursions by Portuguese military forces into Senegalese territory;

2. Reaffirms its resolution 178 (1963) of 24 April 1963;

3. Requests once again the Government of Portugal to take all effective and necessary action to prevent any violation of Senegal's sovereignty and territorial integrity;

4. Requests the Secretary-General to follow the development of the situation.


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