List of United Nations Security Council Resolutions 301 to 400

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UN Security Council Resolutions
1 to 100 (1946–1953)
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201 to 300 (1965–1971)
301 to 400 (1971–1976)
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2101 to 2200 (2013–present)

This is a list of United Nations Security Council Resolutions 301 to 400 adopted between 20 October 1971 and 7 December 1976.

Resolution Date Vote Concerns
301 20 October 1971 13-0-2 (abstentions: France, United Kingdom) Condemning the Bantustans in South West Africa (Namibia)
302 24 November 1971 14-0-1 (abstention: USA) Special Mission and the Portuguese Empire
303 6 December 1971 11-0-4 (abstentions: France, Poland, USSR, United Kingdom) Referring the India-Pakistan situation to the General Assembly
304 8 December 1971 Adopted 15-0-0 Admission of the United Arab Emirates
305 13 December 1971 Adopted 15-0-0 Extending the mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus
306 21 December 1971 Adopted 15-0-0 Appointment of the Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim
307 21 December 1971 13-0-2 (abstention: Poland, USSR) Calling for a ceasefire in Jammu and Kashmir
308 19 January 1972 Adopted 15-0-0 Holding of meetings of the Security Council in Addis Ababa
309 4 February 1972 14-0-0 (China did not participate in the voting) Secretary-General and contacts with South Africa regarding Namibia
310 4 February 1972 13-0-2 (abstentions: France, United Kingdom) Condemns South Africa for repression in Namibia
311 4 February 1972 14-0-1 (abstention: France) Condemns apartheid in South Africa; arms embargo
312 4 February 1972 9-0-6 (abstentions: Argentina, Belgium, France, Italy, United Kingdom, USA) Calls on Portugal to end colonisation of territories
313 28 February 1972 Adopted 15-0-0 Calls on Israel to end action in Lebanon
314 28 February 1972 13-0-2 (abstentions: United Kingdom, USA) Sanctions against Southern Rhodesia
315 15 June 1972 14-0-1 (abstention: China) Extending peacekeeping operations in Cyprus
316 26 June 1972 13-0-2 (abstentions: Panama, USA) Condemns Israel for its actions in Lebanon
317 21 July 1972 14-0-1 (abstention: USA) Abductions of Lebanese and Syrian forces by Israel
318 28 July 1972 14-0-1 (abstention: USA) States violating sanctions against Southern Rhodesia
319 1 August 1972 14-0-0 (China did not participate in the voting) Secretary-General and Namibia
320 29 September 1972 13-0-2 (abstentions: United Kingdom, USA) States violating sanctions against Southern Rhodesia
321 23 October 1972 12-0-3 (abstentions: Belgium, United Kingdom, USA) Cross-border actions in Senegal by Portugal
322 22 November 1972 Adopted 15-0-0 Organisation of African Unity's recognition of revolutionary movements
323 6 December 1972 13-0-1 (abstention: USSR; China did not participate in the voting) UN consultation with Namibian people
324 12 December 1972 14-0-1 (abstention: China) Extending peacekeeping efforts in Cyprus
325 26 January 1973 Adopted 15-0-0 Security Council meetings in Panama City
326 2 February 1973 13-0-2 (abstentions: United Kingdom, USA) Provocations by Southern Rhodesia and South Africa in Zambia
327 2 February 1973 14-0-1 (abstention: USSR) Zambia's decision to impose sanctions on Rhodesia
328 10 March 1973 13-0-2 (abstentions: United Kingdom, USA) Proposes conference with representatives of Zimbabwean people
329 10 March 1973 Adopted 15-0-0 Assistance to Zambia
330 21 March 1973 12-0-3 (abstentions: France, United Kingdom, USA) Peace and security in Latin America
331 20 April 1973 Adopted 15-0-0 Requests report by Secretary-General on Middle East situation
332 21 April 1973 11-0-4 (abstentions: China, Guinea, USSR, USA) Israeli–Lebanese conflict
333 22 May 1973 12-0-3 (abstentions: France, United Kingdom, USA) Condemns South Africa and Portugal for not observing sanctions in Southern Rhodesia
334 16 June 1973 14-0-1 (abstention: China) Extending peacekeeping operations in Cyprus
335 22 June 1973 Adopted 15-0-0 Admission of East and West Germany
336 18 July 1973 Adopted 15-0-0 Admission of the Bahamas
337 15 August 1973 Adopted unanimously On seizure of a Lebanese airliner by Israel
338 22 October 1973 14-0-1 (China did not participate in the voting) Yom Kippur War
339 23 October 1973 14-0-0 (China did not participate in the voting) Ceasefire between Egypt and Israel
340 25 October 1973 14-0-0 (China did not participate in the voting) UN Emergency Force for the Middle East
341 27 October 1973 14-0-0 (China did not participate in the voting) Establishing the UN Emergency Force
342 11 December 1973 Adopted 15-0-0 Discontinuing efforts in Namibia relating to Resolution 309
343 14 December 1973 14-0-1 (abstention: China) Extending peacekeeping operations in Cyprus
344 15 December 1973 10-0-4 (abstentions: France, USSR, United Kingdom, USA;
China did not participate)
Conference on Middle East peace
345 17 January 1974 Adopted without vote Chinese as a working language in the Security Council
346 8 April 1974 13-0-0 (China and Iraq did not participate in the voting) Separation of Israeli and Egyptian forces; supporting Emergency Force
347 24 April 1974 13-0-0 (China and Iraq did not participate in the voting.) Israel-Lebanon conflict
348 28 May 1974 14-0-0 (China did not participate in the voting.) Iran-Iraq relations
349 29 May 1974 14-0-1 (abstention: China) Extends peacekeeping mission in Cyprus
350 31 May 1974 13-0-0 (China and Iraq did not participate in the voting) Establishment of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force
351 10 June 1974 Adopted 15-0-0 Admission of Bangladesh
352 21 June 1974 Adopted 15-0-0 Admission of Grenada
353 20 July 1974 Adopted 15-0-0 Turkish invasion of Cyprus
354 23 July 1974 Adopted 15-0-0 Calls for ceasefire in Cyprus
355 1 August 1974 13-0-2 (abstentions: Byelorussia, USSR) Ceasefire in Cyprus
356 12 August 1974 Adopted 15-0-0 Admission of Guinea-Bissau
357 14 August 1974 Adopted 15-0-0 Calls for ceasefire and negotiations in Cyprus
358 15 August 1974 Adopted 15-0-0 Deplores non-compliance with Resolution 357 in Cyprus
359 15 August 1974 14-0-0 (China did not participate in the voting) Deplores killings of the peacekeeping forces in Cyprus
360 16 August 1974 11-0-3 (abstentions: Byelorussia, Iraq, USSR; China did not participate) Formal disapproval of the unilateral military actions of Turkey against Cyprus
361 30 August 1974 Adopted 15-0-0 Humanitarian conditions in Cyprus
362 23 October 1974 13-0-0 (China and Iraq did not participate in the voting) Extends United Nations Emergency Force in Middle East
363 29 November 1974 13-0-0 (China and Iraq did not participate in the voting) Extends United Nations Disengagement Observer Force in Syria
364 13 December 1974 14-0-0 (China did not participate in the voting) Extends peacekeeping operations in Cyprus
365 13 December 1974 Adopted "by consensus" Endorses General Assembly Resolution 2312
366 17 December 1974 Adopted 15-0-0 Repression in Namibia by South Africa
367 12 March 1975 Adopted without vote Unilateral declaration of a "Federated Turkish State"
368 17 April 1975 13-0-0 (China and Iraq did not participate in the voting) Extends mandate of Emergency Force in Middle East
369 28 May 1975 13-0-0 (China and Iraq did not participate in the voting) Implementation of Resolution 338
370 13 June 1975 14-0-0 (China did not participate in the voting) Extends peacekeeping operations in Cyprus
371 24 July 1975 13-0-0 (China and Iraq did not participate in the voting) Extends peacekeeping operations in the Middle East
372 18 August 1975 Adopted 15-0-0 Admission of Cape Verde
373 18 August 1975 Adopted 15-0-0 Admission of São Tomé and Príncipe
374 18 August 1975 Adopted 15-0-0 Admission of Mozambique
375 22 September 1975 Adopted 15-0-0 Admission of Papua New Guinea
376 17 October 1975 14-0-1 (France did not participate in voting) Admission of Comoros
377 22 October 1975 Adopted 15-0-0 Western Sahara War
378 23 October 1975 13-0-2 (China and Iraq did not participate in voting) Extends peacekeeping operations in the Middle East
379 2 November 1975 Adopted "by consensus" Calls for calm in the Western Sahara
380 6 November 1975 Adopted "by consensus" Condemns the Green March by Morocco
381 30 November 1975 13-0-0 (China and Iraq did not participate in voting) Peace efforts in the Middle East
382 1 December 1975 Adopted 15-0-0 Admission of Suriname
383 13 December 1975 14-0-0 (China did not participate in voting) Peacekeeping operations in Cyprus
384 22 December 1975 Adopted 15-0-0 Indonesian invasion of East Timor
385 30 January 1976 Adopted 15-0-0 Militarisation of Namibia by South Africa
386 17 March 1976 Adopted unanimously Attacks on Mozambique by Southern Rhodesia
387 31 March 1976 9-0-5 (abstentions: France, Italy, Japan, United Kingdom, United States;
China did not participate)
South African incursions into Angola
388 6 April 1976 Adopted 15-0-0 Rhodesian Bush War
389 22 April 1976 12-0-2 (abstentions: Japan, United States; Benin did not participate) Indonesian occupation of East Timor
390 28 May 1976 13-0-0 (China, Libya did not participate in voting) Peacekeeping efforts in the Middle East
391 15 June 1976 13-0-2 (Benin and China did not participate in voting) Extends peacekeeping operations in Cyprus
392 19 June 1976 Adopted "by consensus" South Africa and the Soweto uprising
393 30 July 1976 14-0-1 (abstention: United States) South African attack in Zambia
394 16 August 1976 Adopted 15-0-0 Admission of Seychelles
395 25 August 1976 Adopted 15-0-0 Aegean dispute between Greece and Turkey
396 22 October 1976 13-0-0 (China and Libya did not participate in voting) Extends peacekeeping operations in Middle East
397 22 November 1976 13-0-1 (abstention: United States; China did not participate in voting) Admission of Angola to the United Nations
398 30 November 1976 12-0-0 (Benin, China, Libya did not participate in voting) Israel and Syria
399 1 December 1976 Adopted 15-0-0 Admission of Western Samoa
400 7 December 1976 Adopted in a closed meeting Appointment of Kurt Waldheim as Secretary General