United Nations Security Council Resolution 27
|UN Security Council
|Date||August 1 1947|
|Subject||The Indonesian question|
|Security Council composition|
United Nations Security Council Resolution 27, adopted on August 1, 1947, called for the opposing Netherlands and Indonesian Republicans in the Indonesian National Revolution to lay down their arms and to allow a peaceful mediation of the conflict.
No vote was taken on the draft resolution as a whole, only in parts.
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