XIII. RESOLUTION ADOPTED ON THE REPORTS OF THE FIRST COMMITTEE
1264. The Korean question
1. Calls to the attention of the communist authorities concerned the continued determination of the United Nations to bring about by peaceful means the establishment of a unified, independent and democratic Korea under a representative form of government, and the full restoration of international peace and security in the area;
2. Calls upon these authorities to accept the established United Nations objectives in order to achieve a settlement in Korea based on the fundamental principles for unification set forth by the nations participating on behalf of the United Nations in the Korean Political Conference held at Geneva in 1954, and reaffirmed by the General Assembly;
3. Urges these authorities to agree at an early date on the holding of genuinely free elections in accordance with the principles endorsed by the General Assembly;
4. Requests the United Nations Commission for the Unification and Rehabilitation of Korea to continue its work in accordance with the relevant resolutions of the General Assembly;
5. Requests the Secretary-General to place the Korean question on the provisional agenda of the fourteenth session of the General Assembly.781st plenary meeting,
14 November 1958.
 Ibid., Thirteenth Session, Supplement No. 13 (A/3865).  A/3845.
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