List of United Nations Security Council Resolutions 101 to 200

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
UN Security Council Resolutions
1 to 100 (1946–1953)
101 to 200 (1953–1965)
201 to 300 (1965–1971)
301 to 400 (1971–1976)
401 to 500 (1976–1982)
501 to 600 (1982–1987)
601 to 700 (1987–1991)
701 to 800 (1991–1993)
801 to 900 (1993–1994)
901 to 1000 (1994–1995)
1001 to 1100 (1995–1997)
1101 to 1200 (1997–1998)
1201 to 1300 (1998–2000)
1301 to 1400 (2000–2002)
1401 to 1500 (2002–2003)
1501 to 1600 (2003–2005)
1601 to 1700 (2005–2006)
1701 to 1800 (2006–2008)
1801 to 1900 (2008–2009)
1901 to 2000 (2009–2011)
2001 to 2100 (2011–2013)
2101 to 2200 (2013–present)

This is a list of United Nations Security Council Resolutions 101 to 200 adopted between 24 November 1953 and 15 March 1965.

Resolution Date Vote Concerns
101 24 November 1953 9–0–2 (abstentions: Lebanon, USSR) Violation of General Armistice by Israel, the Qibya incident
102 3 December 1953 10–0–1 (abstention: USSR) Japan and the International Court of Justice
103 3 December 1953 10–0–1 (abstention: USSR) San Marino and the International Court of Justice
104 20 June 1954 Adopted 11–0–0 1954 Guatemalan coup d'état
105 28 July 1954 Adopted without vote Death of Benegal Narsing Rau and election to the International Court of Justice
106 29 March 1955 Adopted 11–0–0 Condemning an Israeli attack on Egyptian Army in the Gaza Strip
107 30 March 1955 Adopted 11–0–0 Calling for cooperation of Egypt and Israel with the Truce Supervision Organisation
108 8 September 1955 Adopted 11–0–0 Appeal for unconditional ceasefire in Palestine
109 14 December 1955 8–0–3 (abstentions: Belgium, Republic of China, USA) Admission of Albania, Jordan, Ireland, Portugal, Hungary, Italy, Austria, Romania
Bulgaria, Finland, Ceylon, Nepal, Libya, Cambodia, Laos, and Spain
110 16 December 1955 9–1–1 (against: USSR; abstention: France) Review of UN Charter
111 19 January 1956 Adopted 11–0–0 Israel, Syria and the General Armistice Agreement
112 6 February 1956 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Sudan
113 4 April 1956 Adopted 11–0–0 Reducing tensions along armistice lines in the Middle East
114 4 June 1956 Adopted 11–0–0 Parties to the Armistice Agreement in the Middle East
115 20 July 1956 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Morocco
116 26 July 1956 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Tunisia
117 6 September 1956 Adopted 11–0–0 Death of judge Hsu Mo and election to the International Court of Justice
118 13 October 1956 Adopted 11–0–0 Egypt and the Suez Canal
119 31 October 1956 7–2–2 (against: France, UK; abstentions: Australia, Belgium) Passing Suez Crisis debate to the General Assembly in its first emergency special session
120 4 November 1956 10–1–0 (against: USSR) Passing Hungarian Revolution debate to the General Assembly in the second emergency special session
121 12 December 1956 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Japan
122 24 January 1957 10–0–1 (abstention: USSR) Jammu and Kashmir National Conference verdict
123 21 February 1957 10–0–1 (abstention: USSR) President of the Council visit to Indian subcontinent
124 7 March 1957 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Ghana
125 5 September 1957 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Malaya (Malaysia)
126 2 December 1957 10–0–1 (abstention: USSR) Visit to UN Representative to India, Pakistan and Kashmir
127 22 January 1958 Adopted 11–0–0 Regulation by Chief of Staff of demilitarised zones in the Middle East
128 11 June 1958 10–0–1 (abstention: USSR) Interference by the United Arab Republic in Lebanon
129 7 August 1958 Adopted 11–0–0 Calling an emergency session of the General Assembly over Lebanon complaint
130 25 November 1958 Adopted without vote Death of judge Jose Gustavo Guerro and elections to the International Court of Justice
131 9 December 1958 10–0–1 (abstention: France) Admission of Guinea
132 7 September 1959 10–0–1 (abstention: USSR) Complaint by Laos of border violations by North Vietnamese troops
133 26 January 1960 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Cameroon
134 1 April 1960 9–0–2 (abstentions: France, United Kingdom) Condeming the Sharpeville Massacre and apartheid in South Africa
135 27 May 1960 9–0–2 (abstentions: Poland, USSR) Relations between Security Council permanent members
136 31 May 1960 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Togolese Republic (Togo)
137 31 May 1960 Adopted without vote Death of judge Hersch Lauterpacht and elections to the International Court of Justice
138 23 June 1960 8–0–2 (abstentions: Poland, USSR) Transfer of Adolf Eichmann from Argentina to Israel
139 28 June 1960 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Mali
140 29 June 1960 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Malagasy Republic (Madagascar)
141 5 July 1960 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Somalia
142 7 July 1960 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Republic of the Congo
143 17 July 1960 8–0–3 (abstentions: Republic of China, France, United Kingdom) The Congo Crisis, calling for withdrawal of Belgian troops
144 19 July 1960 9–0–2 (abstentions: Poland, USSR) Cuba-United States relations
145 22 July 1960 Adopted 11–0–0 The Congo Crisis, withdrawal of Belgian troops
146 9 August 1960 9–0–2 (abstentions: France, Italy) Congo Crisis: Entry of UN forces into Katanga
147 23 August 1960 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Dahomey (Benin)
148 23 August 1960 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Niger
149 23 August 1960 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Upper Volta (Burkina Faso)
150 23 August 1960 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Ivory Coast
151 23 August 1960 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Chad
152 23 August 1960 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Republic of the Congo
153 23 August 1960 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Gabon
154 23 August 1960 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Central African Republic
155 23 August 1960 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Cyprus
156 9 September 1960 9–0–2 (abstentions: Poland, USSR) Sanctioning the Trujillo regime in the Dominican Republic
157 17 September 1960 8-2-1 (against: Poland, USSR; abstention: France) Emergency session of the General Assembly regarding the Congo Crisis
158 28 September 1960 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Senegal
159 28 September 1960 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Mali
160 7 October 1960 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Nigeria
161 21 February 1961 9–0–2 (abstentions: France, USSR) Death of Patrice Lumumba, withdrawal of non UN troops in the Congo
162 11 April 1961 8–0–3 (abstentions: Ceylon, USSR, United Arab Republic) Israel–Jordan Mixed Armistice Commission resolution on Israel
163 9 June 1961 9–0–2 (abstentions: France, United Kingdom) Angolan War of Independence and Portugal
164 22 July 1961 10–0–0 (present not voting: France) Conflict between France and Tunisia
165 26 September 1961 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Sierra Leone
166 25 October 1961 9–0–1 (abstention: USA, present not voting: Republic of China) Admission of Mongolia
167 25 October 1961 9–1–1 (United Arab Republic, abstention: USSR) Admission of Mauritania
168 3 November 1961 Adopted 11–0–0 Recommendation for Acting Secretary General
169 24 November 1961 9–0–2 (abstentions: France, United Kingdom) Congo: secessionist activities in Katanga, attacks on UN troops
170 14 December 1961 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Tanganyika (Tanzania)
171 9 April 1962 10–0–1 (abstention: France) Condemning Israel and Syria for military actions in Lake Tiberius area
172 26 July 1962 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Rwanda
173 26 July 1962 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Burundi
174 12 September 1962 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Jamaica
175 11 September 1962 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Trinidad and Tobago
176 4 October 1962 10–0–1 (abstention: Republic of China) Admission of Algeria
177 15 October 1962 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Uganda
178 24 April 1963 Adopted 11–0–0 Violations of Senegalese territory by Portuguese forces
179 11 June 1963 10–0–1 (abstention: USSR) North Yemen Civil War
180 31 July 1963 8–0–3 (abstentions: France, United Kingdom, USA) Portuguese Empire
181 7 August 1963 9–0–2 (abstentions: France, United Kingdom) Arms build up and South African apartheid
182 4 December 1963 Adopted 11–0–0 South African apartheid
183 11 December 1963 10–0–1 (abstention: France) Portuguese territories
184 16 December 1963 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Zanzibar
185 16 December 1963 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Kenya
186 4 March 1964 Adopted 11–0–0 Recommendation of peacekeeping force in Cyprus
187 13 March 1964 Adopted 11–0–0 United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus
188 9 April 1964 9–0–2 (abstentions: United Kingdom, USA) British attacks in Yemen and airspace violation of Federation of South Arabia
189 4 June 1964 Adopted 11–0–0 Violations by South Vietnamese troops into Cambodia
190 9 June 1964 7–0–4 (abstentions: Brazil, France, United Kingdom, USA) Rivonia Trial in South Africa
191 18 June 1964 8–0–3 (abstentions: Czechoslovakia, France, USSR) South African apartheid
192 20 June 1964 Adopted 11–0–0 Extending peacekeeping force in Cyprus for 3 months
193 25 September 1964 9–0–2 (abstentions: Czechoslovakia, USSR) Calling for Turkey to end bombing in Cyprus
194 25 September 1964 Adopted 11–0–0 Extending peacekeeping force in Cyprus for 3 months
195 9 October 1964 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Malawi
196 30 October 1964 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Malta
197 30 October 1964 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Zambia
198 18 December 1964 Adopted 11–0–0 Extending peacekeeping force in Cyprus for 3 months
199 30 December 1964 10–0–1 (abstention: France) Calling for States to cease interference in the Congo
200 15 March 1965 Adopted 11–0–0 Admission of Gambia