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        Security Council
13 June 1967


Supplemental Information Received by the Secretary-General

1. No serious incidents have been reported from the cease-fire area.

2. General Bull reports that in a meeting with Mr. Sasson of the Israeli Foreign Office on the evening of 12 June 1967 Mr. Sasson stated, in reply to a question put to him earlier, that Kuneitra had been taken at 1400 hours GMT on 10 June.

3. Mr. Sasson assured General Bull that UNTSO's Observers would have complete freedom of movement in Israel, as distinct from occupied territory, from the morning of 13 June 1967 and that United Nations personnel would be able to travel unaccompanied by Liaison Officers. Passes would be issued to allow UN Observers to travel between the Israel sector of Jerusalem and the old city.

4. General Bull again raised the question of the return of UNTSO to Government House, to which Mr. Sasson replied that he had still not received any reply from his Government. I have on 13 June addressed the following telegram to the Prime Minister of Israel concerning the return of UNTSO to its Headquarters at Government House:


5. In connexion with the situation of the Arab civilian population in areas occupied by Israel forces, I have on 13 June addressed the following note to the Permanent Representative of Israel:

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