Recommendation of the general Committee to include the Question on Hungary directly on the Plenary Meeting Agenda. Soviet Bloc representatives oppose this proposal, calling it the renaissance of a Cold War atmosphere. The recommendation was adopted by 57 votes in favor, with 10 against and 15 abstentions.
Records of this digital collection were assembled to document the work of the UN Special Committee on the Problem of Hungary established on January 10, 1957 by the United Nations General Assembly for the purpose of investigating the 1956 Hungarian revolution.
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Records of the UN Special Committee on the Problem of Hungary: UN Documents (HU OSA 398-0-1)
"Provisional Verbatim Record of the Eight Hundred and Forty-Fourth Plenary Meeting. A/PV.844", 25 November 1959. HU OSA 398-0-1-6026; Records of the UN Special Committee on the Problem of Hungary: UN Documents; Open Society Archives at Central European University, Budapest.
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