United Nations Security Council Resolution 216

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United Nations Security Council Resolution 216
by the United Nations

Adopted at the 1258th meeting by 10 votes to none, with 1 abstention (France), on 12 November 1965

The Security Council,

1. Decides to condemn the unilateral declaration of independence made by a racist minority in Southern Rhodesia;

2. Decides to call upon all States not to recognize this illegal racist minority régime in Southern Rhodesia and to refrain from rendering any assistance to this illegal régime.

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