Argentina, Bulgaria, Japan, Mali, New Zealand, Nigeria, Uganda Elected as Members of Security Council
The General Assembly elected Argentina, Bulgaria, Japan, Mali, New Zealand, Nigeria and Uganda as non-permanent members of the Security Council for terms beginning on 1 January 1966.
Assembly President, Amintore Fanfani (Italy), making a statement. At the table with him are: Secretary-General U Thant (left); and C.V. Narasimhan (right), Under-Secretary for General Assembly Affairs and Chef de Cabinet. In the back row are: Jose Rolz-Bennett (left), Under-Secretary for Special Political Affairs; and Loo Malania, Chief Editor, Office of the Secretary-General.