United Nations Security Council Resolution 205

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United Nations Security Council Resolution 205 (1965)
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Adopted by the Security Council at its 1217th meeting, by 10 votes to none, with 1 abstentions (United States of America), on 22 May 1965

The Security Council,

Deeply concerned at the situation in the Dominican Republic,

Recalling its resolution 203 (1965) of 14 May 1965,

1. Requests that the suspension of hostilities in Santo Domingo be transformed into a permanent cease-fire;

2. Invites the Secretary-General to submit a report to it on the implementation of the present resolution.

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