Three Non-Permanent Members Retire From United Nations Security Council
Trygve Lie (right), Secretary-General of the United Nations, bids farewell to the representatives of Australia, Brazil and Poland, the three non-permanent members of the Security Council, whose two-year term expired at the end of 1947. Left to right are: Arkady Sobolev, Assistant Secretary-General in charge of Security Council Affairs; Julius Katz-Suchy, Poland; Joao Carlos Muniz, Brazil; John Hood, Australia; and Mr. Lie.
The Second Session of the General Assembly elected Canada, Argentina and Ukraine to replace the retiring States.