United Nations Security Council Resolution 286

United Nations Security Council Resolution 286, adopted unanimously[1] on September 9, 1970, gravely concerned at the threat to innocent civilians from the hijacking of aircraft and other international travel, the Council appealed to all parties concerned for the immediate release of all passengers and crews without exception, held as a result of hijackings and other interference in international travel and called on state to take all possible legal measures to prevent further hijackings and interferences in international civil air travel.

UN Security Council
Resolution 286
DateSeptember 9 1970
Meeting no.1,552
CodeS/RES/286 (Document)
SubjectThe situation created by increasing incidents involving the hijacking of commercial aircraft
Voting summary
  • 15[1] voted for
ResultAdopted
Security Council composition
Permanent members
Non-permanent members

The resolution was adopted without vote.

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  1. ^ a b Milutin Tomanović (1971) Hronika međunarodnih događaja 1970, Institute of International Politics and Economics: Belgrade, p. 2528 (in Serbo-Croatian)