United Nations Security Council Resolution 132
|UN Security Council|
|Date||September 7 1959|
|Subject||Question relating to Laos|
10 voted for|
1 voted against
|Security Council composition|
United Nations Security Council Resolution 132, adopted on September 7, 1959, decided to appoint a sub-committee consisting of Argentina, Italy, Japan and Tunisia, and instructed it to examine statements made before the Council concerning Laos and to receive further statements and documents, and make inquiries and report to the Council as soon as possible. It was the only resolution adopted by the Security Council in 1959.
Resolution 132 was adopted by ten votes to one against, from the Soviet Union.
The sub-committee concluded that the crossings were of a guerilla nature and it could not be clearly established that North Vietnamese troops were responsible.
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