XI. RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED WITHOUT REFERENCE TO A COMMITTEE : Question considered by the first emergency special session of the General Assembly from 1 to 10 November 1956 (item 66)
1125. Resolution

The General Assembly, Having received the report of the Secretary-General of 24 January 1957,[1] Recognizing that withdrawal by Israel must be followed by action which would assure Progress towards the creation of peaceful conditions,

1. Notes with appreciation the Secretary-General's report and the measures therein to be carried out upon Israel's complete withdrawal;

2. Calls upon the Governments of Egypt and Israel scrupulously to observe the provisions of the General Armistice Agreement between Egypt and Israel of 24 February 1949;[2]

3. Considers that, after full withdrawal of Israel from the Sharm el Sheikh and Gaza areas, the scrupulous maintenance of the Armistice Agreement requires the placing of the United Nations Emergency Force on the Egyptian-Israel armistice demarcation line and the implementation of other measures as proposed in the Secretary-General's report, with due regard to the considerations set out therein with a view to assist in achieving situations conducive to the maintenance of peaceful conditions in the area;

4. Requests the Secretary-General, in consultation with the parties concerned, to take steps to carry out these measures and to report, as appropriate, to the General Assembly.

652nd plenary meeting,
2 February 1957.

[1] Ibid., document A/3512. [2] Official Records of the Security Council, Fourth Year, Special Supplement No. 3.

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