Resolution 1004 (ES-II) adopted by the United Nations General Assembly (4 November 1956)

On 4 November 1956, the United Nations General Assembly deplores the Soviet military intervention in Hungary. The resolution, adopted by 50 votes, is rejected by Albania, Bulgaria, Byelorussia, Czechoslovakia, Poland, Romania, the Soviet Union and Ukraine.

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Source: General Assembly Official Records. Second Emergency Special Session 4-10 November 1956 - Annex - Agenda Item 5. New York: United Nations, January 1957. "Resolution 1004 (ES-II) from the United Nations General Assembly on the situation in Hungary (4th November1956)", p. 6.

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