*RESOLUTION 211 (1965) ADOPTED BY THE SECURITY
COUNCIL AT ITS 1242ND MEETING ON SEPTEMBER, 20, 1965.
"The Security Council having considered the
reports of the Secretary-General on his consultations with the
Governments of India and Pakistan.
Commending the Secretary-General
for his unrelenting efforts in furtherance of the objectives of
the Security Council's Resolutions of 4 and 6 September, having
heard the statements of the Representatives of India and Pakistan,
noting the differing replies by the Parties to an appeal for a
Cease-Fire as set out in the report of Secretary-General (S/6683),
but noting further with concern that no Cease-fire has yet come
into being. Convinced that an early cessation of hostilities is
essential as a first step towards a peaceful settlement of the
outstanding differences between the two countries on Kashmir
and other related matters.
*The Security Council voted on this Resolution on 20-9-1965 with the following result:-
Infavour: **Bolivia, China, France, **Ivory Coast, **Malaysia, **Netherlands, U.S.S.R., U.K., U.S.A. and Uruguay.
**Non-Permanent Members of the Security Council.