Security Council resolution 210 (1965) [The India-Pakistan Question]
|Publisher||UN Security Council|
|Publication Date||6 September 1965|
|Citation / Document Symbol||S/RES/210 (1965)|
|Reference||1965 Security Council Resolutions|
|Cite as||UN Security Council, Security Council resolution 210 (1965) [The India-Pakistan Question], 6 September 1965, S/RES/210 (1965), available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/3b00f21048.html [accessed 28 October 2016]|
Resolution 210 (1965) of 6 September 1965
The Security Council,
Noting the report of the Secretary-General on developments in the situation in Kashmir since the adoption of Security Council resolution 209 (1965) of 4 September 1965 calling for a cease-fire,
Noting with deep concern the extension of the fighting which adds immeasurably to the seriousness of the situation,
1. Calls upon the parties to cease hostilities in the entire area of conflict immediately, and promptly withdraw all armed personnel to the positions held by them before 5 August 1965;
2. Requests the Secretary-General to exert every possible effort to give effect to the present resolution and to resolution 209 (1965), to take all measures possible to strengthen the United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan, and to keep the Council promptly and currently informed on the implementation of the resolutions and on the situation in the area;
3. Decides to keep this issue under urgent and continuous review so that the Council may determine what further steps may be necessary to secure peace and security in the area.
Adopted unanimously at the 1238th meeting.
1 Ibid., document S/6661.