21 October: First UN Resolution on Tibet Passed
Start : 21 October 2009
UN Resolution 1353
The first United Nation Resolution on the question of Tibet was passed on 21 October 1959.
Ireland and Malaya requested consideration of "The Question of Tibet" in the UN General Assembly. Resolution 1353 (XIV) was adopted by a vote of 45 to 9, with 26 abstentions.