Security Council Fails to Adopt Resolution on Israel-Syria Issue
The Security Council toady failed to adopt, because of the negative vote of a permanent member of the Council, a drat resolution relating to complaints by Israel and Syria. In the complaints Israel and Syria each accuse the other of aggression. The vote was 8 in favour to 2 against (Morocco, USSR), with 1 abstention (Venezuela).
Dr. Nikolai T. Fedorenko (left, at table) of the USSR, is seen as he voted against the resolution. At the table with him are R.W. Jackling (centre) of the United Kingdom, and Charles W. Yost (right), of the United States.