*DRAFT RESOLUTION SUBMITTED BY IRELAND TO THE
SECURITY COUNCIL ON JUNE 22, 1962.
THE SECURITY COUNCIL:
Having heard the statements
from the representatives of the Governments of India and Pakistan
concerning the India-Pakistan question;
Having considered the
report of the United Nations representative, Dr. F. Graham;
Expressing its best thanks
to Dr. Graham for his efforts;
Noting with satisfaction
the pledges made by the two parties to the effect that their Governments
will not resort to force in settling this question;
Conscious of the responsibility
of Security Council under the Charter for helping the parties
to reach a peaceful solution of the question.
1. Reminds both parties of the principles
contained in its resolution of 17 January 1948, and in the resolutions
of the United Nations Commission for India and Pakistan dated
13 August 1948 and 5 January 1949.
2. Urges the Governments of India and Pakistan
to enter into negotiations on the question at the earliest convenient
time with a view to its ultimate settlement in accordance with
Article 33 and other relevant provisions of the Charter of the
3. Appeals to the two Governments to take
all possible measures to ensure the creation and maintenance of
an atmosphere favorable to the promotion of negotiations.
4. Urges the Government of India and the Government
of Pakistan to refrain from making any statements, or taking any
action, which may aggravate the situation.
5. Requests the acting Secretary-General to provide the two Governments with such services as they may request for the purpose of carrying out the terms of the resolution.
*The Security Council voted on this Resolution on
June 22, 1962 with the following result:-
Infavour: Chile, China, France, Ireland, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, United States of America, Venezuela.
Against: Rumania, Union of Soviet Socialist Republic.
Abstaining: Ghana, United Arab Republic
One Permanent Member of the Security Council having
cast a negative vote, the draft Resolution was not adopted.
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