United Nations Security Council Resolution 541
UN Security Council
|Date:||18 November 1983|
|Vote:||For: 13 Abs.: 1 Against: 1|
|Security Council composition in 1983:|
|GUY JOR MLT NCA NED|
|PAK POL TOG ZAI ZIM|
United Nations Security Council resolution 541, adopted on 18 November 1983, after reaffirming Resolution 365 (1974) and Resolution 367 (1975), the Council considered Northern Cyprus' decision to declare independence legally invalid.
It called upon both parties to cooperate with the Secretary-General, and urged other Member States not to recognise Northern Cyprus, while only recognising the Republic of Cyprus as the sole authority on the island.
- Cyprus dispute
- List of United Nations Security Council Resolutions 501 to 600 (1982–1987)
- United Nations Buffer Zone in Cyprus
- Turkish Invasion of Cyprus
- United Nations Security Council Resolution 550
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