United Nations Security Council Resolution 492

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Adopted unanimously at the 2309nd meeting, on 10 November 1981.

The Security Council,

Having examined the application of Antigua and Barbuda[1] for admission to the United Nations,

Recommends to the General Assembly that Antigua and Barbuda should be admitted to membership in the United Nations.


1. ^ Official Records of the General Assembly, Thirty-sixth Session, Annexes, agenda item 20, document A/36/642-S/14742.

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