Security Council resolution 123 (1957) [The India-Pakistan Question]
|Publisher||UN Security Council|
|Publication Date||21 February 1957|
|Citation / Document Symbol||S/RES/123 (1957)|
|Reference||1957 Security Council Resolutions|
|Cite as||UN Security Council, Security Council resolution 123 (1957) [The India-Pakistan Question], 21 February 1957, S/RES/123 (1957), available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/3b00f17dc.html [accessed 7 December 2016]|
123 (1957). Resolution of 21 February 1957
The Security Council,
Recalling its resolution 122 (1957) of 24 January 1957, its previous resolutions and the resolutions of the United Nations Commission for India and Pakistan on the India-Pakistan question,
1. Requests the President of the Security Council, the representative of Sweden, to examine with the Governments of India and Pakistan any proposals which, in his opinion, are likely to contribute towards the settlement of the dispute, having regard to the previous resolutions of the Security Council and of the United Nations Commission for India and Pakistan; to visit the subcontinent for this purpose; and to report to the Security Council not later than 15 April 1957;
2. Invites the Governments of India and Pakistan to co-operate with him in the performance of these functions;
3. Requests the Secretary-General and the United Nations Representative for India and Pakistan to render such assistance as he may request.
Adopted at the 774th meeting by 10 votes to none, with 1 abstention (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics).