United Nations Security Council Resolution 240

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United Nations Security Council Resolution 240
by the United Nations

Adopted unanimously by the Security Council at its 1371st meeting, on 25 October 1967

The Security Council,

Gravely concerned over recent military activities in the Middle East carried out in spite of the Security Council resolutions ordering a cease-fire,

Having heard and considered the statements made by the parties concerned,

Taking into consideration the information on the said activities provided by the Secretary-General in documents S/7930/Add.43, Add.44, Add.45, Add.46, Add.47, Add.48 and Add.49, [1]

1. Condemns the violations of the cease-fire;

2. Regrets the casualties and loss of property resulting from the violations;

3. Reaffirms the necessity of the strict observance of the cease-fire resolutions;

4. Demands of the Member States concerned to cease immediately all prohibited military activities in the area, and to co-operate fully and promptly with the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization.

[1] Ibid.

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