United Nations Security Council Resolution 144

United Nations Security Council Resolution 144, adopted on July 19, 1960, acknowledging that the situation existing between Cuba and the United States was growing more tense but also that it was the subject of ongoing debate inside the Organization of American States, the Council decided to delay action on the matter until receiving a report from the OAS. The Council urged all other States to refrain from any action which might increase the existing tensions between the two nations.

UN Security Council
Resolution 144
DateJuly 19 1960
Meeting no.876
CodeS/4395 (Document)
SubjectComplaint by Cuba (July 1960)
Voting summary
  • 9 voted for
  • None voted against
  • 2 abstained
Security Council composition
Permanent members
Non-permanent members
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Resolution 144 was adopted by nine votes to none, while the People's Republic of Poland and Soviet Union abstained.

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