United Nations Security Council Resolution 191

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UN Security Council
Resolution 191
DateJune 18 1964
Meeting no.1135
CodeS/5773 (Document)
SubjectQuestion relating to the policies of apartheid of the Government of the Republic of South Africa
Voting summary
8 voted for
None voted against
3 abstained
ResultAdopted
Security Council composition
Permanent members
Non-permanent members

United Nations Security Council Resolution 191, adopted on June 18, 1964, after reiterating its previous requests of the Republic of South Africa and again condemning apartheid, the Council decided to establish a Group of Experts made up of representatives of all the then current members of the Council to study the feasibility and effectiveness of measures which could be taken by the Council under the Charter. The Council also invited the Secretary-General to establish education and training programs for South Africans abroad.[1]

The resolution was adopted with eight votes to none; Czechoslovakia, France and the Soviet Union abstained.

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  1. ^ Karel Wellens (1990). Resolutions and Statements of the United Nations Security Council (1946-1989). Brill. ISBN 0-7923-0796-8.

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