Security Council Hears Further Views on Situation in Czechoslovakia
The Security Council, continuing its debate on the situation in Czechoslovakia, today heard statements by the Foreign Minister of Czechoslovakia and by the representatives of Pakistan and the Soviet Union. Before resuming the debate, the Council rejected a motion by the Soviet Union that representative of the German Democratic Republic be heard. The vote was 2 in favour (Hungary, Soviet Union) to 9 against, with 4 abstentions (Algeria, Brazil, India and Pakistan).
The President of the Council, João Augusto de Araújo Castro (Brazil), is seen making a statement. At left is Secretary-General U Thant.