United Nations Security Council Resolution 357

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United Nations Security Council Resolution 357
by the United Nations

Adopted unanimously by the Security Council at its 1789th meeting, on 14 August 1974

The Security Council

Reaffirming its resolution 353 (1974) of 20 July, 354 (1974) of 23 July and 355 (1974) of 1 August 1974,

Deeply deploring the resumption of fighting in Cyprus, contrary to the provisions of its resolution 353 (1974),

1. Reaffirms its resolution 353 (1974) in all its provisions and calls upon the parties concerned to implement those provisions without delay;

2. Demands that all parties to the present fighting cease all firing and military action forthwith;

3. Calls for the resumption of negotiation without delay for the restoration of peace in the area and constitutional government in Cyprus, in accordance with resolution 353 (1974);

4. Decides to remain seized of the situation and on instant call to meet as necessary to consider what more effective measures may be required if the cease-fire is not respected.

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