United Nations Security Council Resolution 102
|UN Security Council
|Date||December 3 1953|
|Subject||International Court of Justice|
|10 voted for
None voted against
|Security Council composition|
United Nations Security Council Resolution 102, adopted on December 3, 1953, recommended to the General Assembly that Japan be allowed to become a party to the Stature of the International Court of Justice if they met the following conditions; (a) acceptance of the provision of the Statute of the ICJ, (b) acceptance of all the obligations of a Member of the United Nations under Article 94 of the Charter and (c) undertaking to contribute to the expenses of the Court as the GA shall access from time to time, after consultation with the Japanese Government.
The resolution was adopted with ten votes and one abstention from the Soviet Union.
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