United Nations Security Council Resolution 209
Adopted by the Security Council at its 1237th meeting, unanimously, on 4 September 1965
The Security Council,
Noting the report of the Secretary-General of 3 September 1965,
Having heard the statments of the representatives of India and Pakistan,
Concerned at the deteriorating situation along the cease-fire line in Kashmir,
1. Calls upon the Governments of India and Pakistan to take forthwith all steps for an immediate cease-fire
2. Calls upon the two Governments to respect the cease-fire line and to have all armed personnel of each party withdrawn to its own side of the line;
3. Calls uponthe two Governments to co-operate fully with the United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) in its task of supervising the observance of the cease-fire;
4. Requests the Secretary-General to report to the Council within three days on the implementation of the present resolution.
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