United Nations Security Council Resolution 34

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United Nations Security Council Resolution 34
by the United Nations

Adopted by the Security Council at its 202nd meeting, by 9 votes to 2 (Poland, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics), on 15 September 1947

The Security Council,

(a) Resolves that the dispute between Greece, on the one hand, and Albania, Yugoslavia and Bulgaria, on the other, be taken off the list of matters of which the Council is seized; and

(b) Requests that the Secretary-General be instructed to place all records and documents in the case at the disposal of the General Assembly.

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