Resolution 497 (Un Security Council)
RESOLUTION 497 (UN Security Council)
Passed on 17 December 1981 by the UN Security Council, this resolution declares "null and void and without international legal effect" the decision of Israel to "impose its laws, jurisdiction and administration in the occupied Syrian Golan Heights," and demands that Israel rescind its decision. The resolution was adopted unanimously.
SEE ALSO Golan Heights.
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