United Nations Security Council Resolution 41

United Nations Security Council Resolution 41, adopted on February 28, 1948, commended both parties in the Indonesian National Revolution for the recent signing of a truce and attempts to comply with United Nations Security Council Resolution 27. Repeated the offer of mediation made in United Nations Security Council Resolution 31 and requested the Committee of Good Offices keep them informed as to the progress of political settlement in the Indonesia.

UN Security Council
Resolution 41
DateFebruary 28 1948
Meeting no.259
CodeS/678 (Document)
SubjectThe Indonesian question
Voting summary
  • 7 voted for
  • None voted against
  • 4 abstained
ResultAdopted
Security Council composition
Permanent members
Non-permanent members
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The resolution passed with seven votes; Colombia, Syria, the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic and the Soviet Union abstained.

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