UN Resolutions On Cyprus 1960-2006

When in 1964 Turkey first threatened to invade Cyprus, the government of the young Republic brought the matter before the UN Security Council which adopted, unanimously, resolutions that:

The main provisions of the UN General Assembly and UN Security Council Resolutions on Cyprus following Turkey’s military invasion in 1974 are summarized below:

All relevant UN resolutions reflect the collective will and decisions of the international community concerning Cyprus. As such, they provide the appropriate framework and the basis for a comprehensive settlement to the Question of Cyprus, in conformity with international law and the UN Charter.

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