#UNV14 – 1980 United Nations 35th Anniversary,S/S

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These issues commemorated the 35th anniversary of the signing of the U.N. Charter.  Some of the important dates in the United Nations’ first 35 years are: 1949 – the Netherlands granted independence to Indonesia as a result of U.N. efforts; 1953 – North Korea and the U.N. signed a truce; 1964 – the Security Council approved a peace-keeping force for Cyprus; and 1965 – UNICEF was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.  The U.N. has been successful in both peace-keeping and humanitarian efforts.
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These issues commemorated the 35th anniversary of the signing of the U.N. Charter.  Some of the important dates in the United Nations’ first 35 years are: 1949 – the Netherlands granted independence to Indonesia as a result of U.N. efforts; 1953 – North Korea and the U.N. signed a truce; 1964 – the Security Council approved a peace-keeping force for Cyprus; and 1965 – UNICEF was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.  The U.N. has been successful in both peace-keeping and humanitarian efforts.