United Nations Security Council Resolution 414

United Nations Security Council Resolution 414, adopted on 15 September 1977, after hearing from the Permanent Representative of the Republic of Cyprus, the Council expressed concern at recent developments in the country, particularly in the Famagusta area. It noted the urgency of progress on a peace settlement, reaffirming resolutions 365 (1974), 367 (1975) and General Assembly Resolution 2312 (1974).

UN Security Council
Resolution 414
Cyprus-Famagusta-South.png
Divided Cyprus
Date15 September 1977
Meeting no.2,032
CodeS/RES/414 (Document)
SubjectCyprus
ResultAdopted
Security Council composition
Permanent members
Non-permanent members

The Council asked the Secretary-General to continue to monitor the situation.

The resolution was adopted without vote.

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