United Nations Security Council Resolution 30

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UN Security Council
Resolution 30
DateAugust 25 1947
Meeting no.194
CodeS/525, I (Document)
SubjectThe Indonesian question
Voting summary
7 voted for
None voted against
4 abstained
ResultAdopted
Security Council composition
Permanent members
Non-permanent members

United Nations Security Council Resolution 30, adopted on August 25, 1947, upon having learning of the desire of both the Netherlands and Indonesian Nationalists in the Indonesian National Revolution to comply with United Nations Security Council Resolution 27, the Council requested that each of its members recall a diplomatic officer from Batavia to instruct them on the situation.

The resolution was adopted seven votes to none, with four abstentions from Colombia, Poland, the Soviet Union and the United Kingdom.

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