List of United Nations Security Council Resolutions 501 to 600

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This is a list of United Nations Security Council Resolutions 501 to 600 adopted between 25 February 1982 and 19 October 1987.

Resolution Date Vote Concerns
501 25 February 1982 13–0–2 (abstentions: Poland, USSR) Increases size of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon
502 3 April 1982 10–1–4 (against: Panama; abstentions: China, Poland, Spain, USSR) Demands end to the Falklands War
503 9 April 1982 15–0–0 Death sentences of three African National Congress members in South Africa
504 30 April 1982 Adopted "by consensus" Organisation of African Unity peacekeeping mission in Chad
505 26 May 1982 15–0–0 Negotiations in the aftermath of the Falklands War
506 26 May 1982 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force
507 28 May 1982 15–0–0 Report on failed foreign mercenary coup in the Seychelles
508 5 June 1982 15–0–0 Demands an end to hostilies in the 1982 Lebanon War
509 6 June 1982 15–0–0 Israeli invasion of Lebanon
510 15 June 1982 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus
511 18 June 1982 13–0–2 (abstentions: Poland, USSR) Extends mandate of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon
512 19 June 1982 15–0–0 Humanitarian situation in Lebanon
513 4 July 1982 15–0–0 Humanitarian situation in Lebanon
514 12 July 1982 15–0–0 Calls for end of hostilities in the Iran–Iraq War
515 29 July 1982 14–0–0 (United States did not participate in voting) Blockade of Beirut by Israel
516 1 August 1982 15–0–0 Violations of ceasefire in Beirut
517 4 August 1982 14–0–1 (abstention: US) Calls for Israel to return its troops to previous positions
518 12 August 1982 15–0–0 Demands Israel and other parties strictly observe Security Council resolutions
519 17 August 1982 13–0–2 (abstentions: Poland, USSR) Extends mandate of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon
520 17 September 1982 15–0–0 Assassination of Lebanese President-elect Bachir Gemayel
521 19 September 1982 15–0–0 Massacre of Palestinians in Beirut by the Lebanese Forces militia
522 4 October 1982 15–0–0 Calls for ceasefire in war between Iraq and Iran
523 18 October 1982 13–0–2 (abstentions: Poland, USSR) Extends mandate of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon
524 29 November 1982 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force
525 7 December 1982 15–0–0 Death sentences of three African National Congress members in South Africa
526 14 December 1982 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus
527 15 December 1982 15–0–0 South African attack on Lesotho
528 21 December 1982 Adopted "by consensus" Arabic language in the Security Council
529 18 January 1983 13–0–2 (abstentions: Poland, USSR) Extends mandate of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon
530 19 May 1983 15–0–0 Tensions between Honduras and Nicaragua; Contadora Group efforts
531 26 May 1983 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force
532 31 May 1983 15–0–0 Condemns continued South African occupation of Namibia
533 7 June 1983 15–0–0 Death sentences of African National Congress members in South Africa
534 15 June 1983 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus
535 29 June 1983 15–0–0 Endorses Mission to Lesotho report; assistance to Lesotho
536 18 July 1983 13–0–2 (abstentions: Poland, USSR) Extends mandate of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon
537 22 September 1983 15–0–0 Admission of Saint Kitts and Nevis to the United Nations
538 18 October 1983 13–0–2 (abstentions: Poland, USSR) Extends mandate of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon
539 28 October 1983 14–0–1 (abstention: US) Condemns continued South African occupation of Namibia
540 31 October 1983 12–0–3 (abstentions: Malta, Nicaragua, Pakistan) Condemns Iran–Iraq War
541 18 November 1983 13–1–1 (against: Pakistan; abstention: Jordan) Declaration of Independence of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus
542 23 November 1983 15–0–0 Lebanese Civil War
543 29 November 1983 15–0–0 Extends mandate of United Nations Disengagement Observer Force
544 15 December 1983 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus
545 20 December 1983 14–0–1 (abstention: US) South African occupation of southern Angola
546 6 January 1984 13–0–2 (abstentions: UK, US) South African attacks on Angola
547 13 January 1984 15–0–0 Death sentence on Benjamin Maloise in South Africa
548 24 February 1984 15–0–0 Admission of Brunei Darussalam to the United Nations.
549 19 April 1984 13–0–2 (abstentions: Ukraine, USSR) Extends mandate of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon
550 11 May 1984 13–1–1 (against: Pakistan; abstention: US) Secessionist activities in Cyprus
551 30 May 1984 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force
552 1 June 1984 13–0–2 (abstentions: Nicaragua, Zimbabwe) Iranian attacks on ships to and from the ports of Kuwait and Saudi Arabia
553 15 June 1984 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus
554 17 August 1984 13–0–2 (abstentions: UK, US) South African general election, 1984
555 12 October 1984 13–0–2 (abstentions: Ukraine, USSR) Extends mandate of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon
556 23 October 1984 14–0–1 (abstention: US) Massacres of those opposing apartheid in South Africa
557 28 November 1984 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force
558 13 December 1984 15–0–0 Arms production in South Africa despite arms embargo
559 14 December 1984 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus
560 12 March 1985 15–0–0 Condemns repression in South Africa
561 17 April 1985 13–0–2 (abstentions: Ukraine, USSR) Extends the mandate of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon
562 10 May 1985 Adopted paragraph by paragraph Nicaragua – United States relations; Contadora Group efforts
563 21 May 1985 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force
564 31 May 1985 15–0–0 Humanitarian situation in Lebanon
565 14 June 1985 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus
566 19 June 1985 13–0–2 (abstentions: UK, US) Continued occupation of Namibia by South Africa
567 20 June 1985 15–0–0 South African attack on Angola
568 21 June 1985 15–0–0 South African attack on Botswana
569 26 July 1985 13–0–2 (abstentions: UK, US) Condemns apartheid system and killings in South Africa
570 12 September 1985 15–0–0 Vacancy at the International Court of Justice
571 20 September 1985 15–0–0 South African attack on Angola
572 30 September 1985 15–0–0 South African attack on Botswana
573 4 October 1985 14–0–1 (abstention: US) Israeli attack on Tunisia
574 7 October 1985 15–0–0 (separate vote on paragraph 6) South African attack on Angola
575 17 October 1985 13–0–2 (abstentions: Ukraine, USSR) Extends mandate of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon
576 21 November 1985 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force
577 6 December 1985 15–0–0 (separate vote on paragraph 6) South African attack on Angola
578 12 December 1985 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus
579 18 December 1985 15–0–0 Increased incidents of hostage-taking
580 30 December 1985 15–0–0 South African attack on Lesotho
581 13 February 1986 13–0–2 (abstentions: UK, US) Condemns South African attacks on other countries in southern Africa
582 24 February 1986 15–0–0 Condemns continued military action in the Iran–Iraq War
583 18 April 1986 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon
584 29 May 1986 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force
585 13 June 1986 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus
586 18 July 1986 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon
587 23 September 1986 14–0–1 (abstention: US) Condemns attacks on the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon
588 8 October 1986 15–0–0 Calls for end of war between Iran and Iraq
589 10 October 1986 15–0–0 Recommends Javier Pérez de Cuéllar as Secretary-General for second term
590 26 November 1986 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force
591 28 November 1986 Adopted "by consensus" Strengthens arms embargo against South Africa
592 8 December 1986 14–0–1 (abstention: US) Condemns killing of students by Israel in the Palestinian territories
593 11 December 1986 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus
594 15 January 1987 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon
595 27 March 1987 15–0–0 Vacancy at the International Court of Justice
596 29 May 1987 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force
597 12 June 1987 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus
598 20 July 1987 15–0–0 Demands a ceasefire and protection for civilians during the Iran–Iraq War
599 31 July 1987 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon
600 19 October 1987 15–0–0 The Republic of Nauru and the International Court of Justice