United Nations Security Council Resolution 265

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United Nations Security Council Resolution 265 (1969)
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Adopted by 11 votes to none, with 4 abstentions (Columbia, Paraguay, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, United States of America) by the Security Council at its 1473rd meeting, on 1 April 1969

The Security Council,

Having considered the agenda contained in document S/Agenda/1466/Rev.1,

Having heard the statements made before the Council,

Recalling its resolution 236 (1967) of 12 June 1967,

Observing that numerous premeditated violations of the cease-fire have occurred,

Viewing with deep concern that the recent air attacks on Jordanian villages and other populated areas were of a pre-planned nature, in violations of resolutions 247 (1968) of 24 March 1968 and 256 (1968) of 16 August 1968,

Gravely concerned about the deteriorating situation which endangers peace and security in the area,

1. Reaffirms resolutions 248 (1968) and 256 (1968);

2. Deplores the loss of civilian life and damage to property;

3. Condemns the recent premeditated air attacks launched by Israel on Jordanian villages and populated areas in flagrant violation of the United Nations Charter and the cease-fire resolutions, and warns once again that if such attacks were to be repeated the Security Council would have to meet to consider farther and more effective steps as envisaged in the Charter to ensure against repetition of such attacks.

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