United Nations Security Council Resolution 419

United Nations Security Council Resolution 419, adopted on November 24, 1977, after hearing from a representative of the People's Republic of Benin, the Council reaffirmed Resolution 405 (1977) and asked Member States for cooperation on investigating the mercenaries who attacked Benin earlier in the year.

UN Security Council
Resolution 419
LocationBenin.svg
Benin
Date24 November 1977
Meeting no.2,049
CodeS/RES/419 (Document)
SubjectThe situation in Benin
ResultAdopted
Security Council composition
Permanent members
Non-permanent members

The Council noted Benin's desire to have the mercenaries subjected to the law and the requirement of assistance from Member States in repairing the damage. Finally, the resolution required the Secretary-General continue to monitor the implementation of the resolution.

The resolution was adopted without a vote.

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