United Nations Security Council Resolution 325

United Nations Security Council Resolution 325, adopted on January 26, 1973, after acknowledging the government of Panama's offer do what ever was necessary to host the Council and the Latin American Group's support for this idea, the Council decided to hold meetings at Panama City from March 12 to March 21, 1973. The agenda for these meetings was to be "Consideration of measures for the maintenance and strengthening of international peace and security in Latin America in conformity with the provisions and principles of the Charter". The Council requested the Secretary-General enter into negotiations with the Panamanian government to conclude an appropriate conference agreement.

UN Security Council
Resolution 325
Date26 January 1973
Meeting no.1,686
CodeS/RES/325 (Document)
SubjectRequest of Panama
Voting summary
  • 15 voted for
  • None voted against
  • None abstained
ResultAdopted
Security Council composition
Permanent members
Non-permanent members

The President of the Council stated the resolution was adopted unanimously in the absence of any objections.

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