United Nations Security Council Agrees to Invite Egypt and Lebanon to Palestine Discussion
Partial view of the 222nd meeting of the United Nations Security Council, as Faris el-Khouri of Syria seconds the suggestion of the Columbian representative to invite the representatives of Egypt and Lebanon to participate in the Council's discussion on the Palestine Question, when such discussion takes place.
Seated at table, clockwise from left, are: Juliusz Katz-Suchy, Poland; Mr. el-Khouri; Andrei A. Gromyko, USSR; Sir Alexander Cadogan, United Kingdom; Herschel V. Johnson, United States; John D.L. Hood, Australia, Council President; Arkady A. Sobolev, Assistant Secretary-General in charge of Security Council Affairs; Fernand van Langenhove, Belgium; Joao Carlos Muniz, Brazil; Dr. T.F. Tsian, China, and Dr. Alfonso Lopez, Columbia.
The suggestion was accepted by the Council without objection.