UNITED NATIONS (Dec. 1)
The resolution extending the UNDOF mandate on the Golan Heights was adopted last night by a vote of 13-0, with China and Iraq not participating. The text of the resolution, which was submitted by Guyana, Mauritania, Cameroon and Tanzania, stated:
“The Security Council, having considered the report of the Secretary General on the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force (UNDOF), having noted the discussions of the Secretary General with all parties concerned on the situation in the Middle East, expressing concern over the continued state of tension in the area, decides:
(A) To reconvene on 12 January 1976, to continue the debate on the Middle East problem including the Palestinian question, taking into account all relevant United Nations resolutions; (B) to renew the mandate of UNDOF for another period of six months; (C) to request the Secretary General to keep the Security Council informed on further developments.