Security Council resolution 331 (1973) [The Situation in Middle East]

Resolution 331 (1973) of 20 April 1973

The Security Council,

Having heard the statement of the foreign Minister of the Arab Republic of Egypt.[1]

1. Requests the Secretary-General to submit to the Security Council as early as possible a comprehensive report giving full account of the efforts undertaken by the United Nations pertaining to the situation in the Middle East since June 1967;

2. Decides to meet, following the submission of the Secretary-General reports, to examine the situation in the Middle East;

3. Requests the Secretary-General to invite Mr. Gunnar Jarring, the Special Representative of the Secretary-General, to be available during the Council's meetings in order to render assistance to the Council in the course of its deliberations.

Adopted at the 1710th meeting[2]


1 Ibid., Twenty-eighth Year, 1719th meeting.

2 In the absence of objections, the President declared the draft resolution adopted unanimously.


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