Warren Austin states in Lake Success that the UN Security Council should consider charges laid upon the Soviet Union.
Lake Success New York USA Date:1948, May 25 Duration:3 min 56 sec Sound:Yes
A United Nations Security Council session held in Lake Success, New York during the Cold War. Representatives of different nations are seated. U.S. Ambassador to the UN Warren Austin and Britain's representative to the UN Alexander Cadogan seated next to each other. Warren Austin states that te Soviet Union has turned good people of Czechoslovakia into slaves. He says that democracy has now become the top security in Czechoslovakia and freedom of holding and acquiring property has been destroyed. He further states that the Security Council should consider the charges laid upon the Soviet Union which are charges of indirect aggression in Czechoslovakia.
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