United Nations Security Council Resolution 44; April 1, 1948

Resolution of 1 April 1948
[S/714, 11]

The Security Council,

Having received, on 9 December 1947, General Assembly resolution 181 concerning Palestine dated 29 November 1947,

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Having taken note of the United Nations Palestine Commission’s first and second monthly progress reports and first special report on the problem of security,

Having called, on 5 March 1948 on the permanent members of the Council to consult,

Having taken note of the reports made concerning those consultations,

Requests the Secretary-General, in accordance with Article 20 of the United Nations Charter, to convoke a special session of the General Assembly to consider further the question of the future government of Palestine.

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