Resolution 602 (1987) of 25 November 1987
The Security Council,
Having considered the request of the Permanent Representative of the People's Republic of Angola to the United Nations contained in document S/19278 of 19 November 1987,
Having heard the statement of His Excellency Mr. Venancio de Moura, Vice-Minister for External Relations of the People's Republic of Angola,
Gravely concerned at the continuing acts of aggression committed by the racist régime of South Africa against the People's Republic of Angola,
Deeply concerned at the tragic loss of human life and the destruction of property resulting from such acts,
Further gravely concerned at racist South Africa's persistent violation of the sovereignty, airspace and territorial integrity of the People's Republic of Angola,
Recalling its resolutions 387 (1976), 428 (1978), 447 (1979), 454 (1979), 475 (1980), 545 (1983), 546 (1984), 567 (1985), 571 (1985), 574 (1985) and 577 (1985),
Gravely concerned also that the pursuance of these acts of aggression against Angola constitutes a serious threat to international peace and security,
Indignant at the illegal entry into the People's Republic of Angola by the Head of the racist South African régime and some of his Ministers,
Conscious of the urgent need to take immediate and effective steps for the prevention and removal of all threats to international peace and security posed by South Africa's acts of aggression,
1. Strongly condemns the racist régime of South Africa for its continued and intensified acts of aggression against the People's Republic of Angola, as well as its continuing occupation of parts of that State, which constitute a flagrant violation of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Angola;
2. Strongly condemns the illegal entry into the People's Republic of Angola by the Head of the racist South African régime and some of his Ministers, in flagrant violation of Angola's territorial integrity and sovereignty;
3. Strongly condemns South Africa for its utilization of the Territory of Namibia as a springboard for acts of aggression and destabilization of Angola;
4. Demands once again that South Africa cease immediately its acts of aggression against the People's Republic of Angola and unconditionally withdraw all its forces occupying Angolan territory, as well as scrupulously respect the sovereignty, airspace, territorial integrity and independence of Angola;
5. Decides to mandate the Secretary-General to monitor the withdrawal of the South African military forces from the territory of the People's Republic of Angola and to report to the Security Council on the implementation of the present resolution not later than 10 December 1987;
6. Calls upon all Member States to co-operate with the Secretary-General in the implementation of the present resolution and to refrain from any action which would undermine the independence, territorial integrity and sovereignty of the People's Republic of Angola;
7. Decides to meet again on receipt of the Secretary-General's report with regard to the implementation of the present resolution;
8. Decides to remain seized of the matter.
Adopted unanimously at the 2767th meeting.
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