United Nations Security Council Resolution 214

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United Nations Security Council Resolution 214
by the United Nations

Adopted by the Security Council at its 1245rd meeting, on 27 September 1965

The Security Council,

Noting the reports of the Secretary-General,

Reaffirming its resolutions 209 (1965) of 4 September, 210 (1965) of 6 September and 211 (1965) of 20 September 1965,

Expressing its grave concern that the cease-fire agreed to unconditionally by the Governments of India and Pakistan is not holding,

Recalling that the cease-fire demand in the Council's resolutions was unanimously endorsed by the Council and agreed to be the Governments of both India and Pakistan,

Demands that the parties urgently honour their commitment to the Council to observe the cease-fire , and further calls upon the parties promptly to withdraw all armed personnel as necessary steps in the full implementation of resolution 211 (1965).

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