United Nations Security Council Resolution 397

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United Nations Security Council Resolution 397  (1976) 
by the United Nations

Adopted at the 1974th meeting by 13 votes to none, with 1 abstention (United States of America).[1]

The Security Council,

Having examined the application of the People's Republic of Angola[2] for admission to the United Nations,

Recommends to the General Assembly that the People's Republic of Angola be admitted to membership in the United Nations.

1.  One member (China) did not participate in the voting.
2.  Official Records of the Security Council, Thirty-first Year. Supplement for April, May and June 1976, document S/12064.

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