United Nations Security Council Resolution 379

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United Nations Security Council Resolution 379
by the United Nations

Adopted by consensus by the Security Council at its 1852nd meeting, on 2 November 1975

The Security Council,

Having considered the report of the Secretary-General in pursuance of Security Council resolution 377 (1975) relating to the situation concerning Western Sahara,

Having also considered the letter dated 1 November 1975 from the Charge d'affairs ad interim of the Permanent Mission of Spain to the United Nations addressed to the President of the Security Council,

Reaffirming its resolution 377 (1975) of 22 October 1975,

Having noted with concern that the situation in the area remains grave,

Expressing its appreciation of the efforts of the Secretary-General in implementation of resolution 337 (1975),

Reaffirming the terms of General Assembly resolution 1514 (XV) of 14 December 1960 and all other relevant General Assembly resolution on the Territory,

Noting that the question of Western Sahara is before the General Assembly at its thirtieth session,

1. Urges all the parties concerned and interested to avoid any unilateral or other action which might further escalate the tension in the area;

2. Requests the Secretary-General to continue and intensify his consultations with the parties concerned and interested, and to report to the Security Council as soon as possible on the results of these consultations in order to enable the Council to adopt any further appropriate measures that may be necessary.

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