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United Nations Security Council Resolution 146

UN Security Council
Resolution 146
Date August 9 1960
Meeting no. 886
Code S/4426 (Document)

Vote For: 9 — Abs. 2 — Against: 0
Subject The Congo Question
Result Adopted
Security Council composition
Permanent members
Non-permanent members
  •  ARG
  •  SRI
  •  ECU
  •  ITA
  •  POL
  •  TUN
  • United Nations Security Council Resolution 146, adopted on August 9, 1960, after a report by the Secretary-General regarding the implementation of resolutions 143 and 145 the Council confirmed his authority to carry out the responsibility placed on him thereby and called upon Belgium to withdraw its troops from Katanga. The Council then, while reaffirming that the United Nations Force in the Congo would not be a party to or in any way intervene in any internal conflict, declared that the entry of UN Forces into Katanga was necessary for the full implementation of the present resolution.

    The resolution was approved by nine votes; France and Italy abstained.

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    • Text of Resolution at UN.org (PDF)
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