|UN "Security Council
|Date||30 June 1977|
|15 voted for
None voted against
|"Security Council composition|
"United Nations "Security Council Resolution 411, adopted unanimously on June 30, 1977, noted statements made by officials of "the People's Republic of Mozambique and also expressed its concern regarding the situation created by the provocative, aggressive acts committed by "the illegal minority regime in "Rhodesia. The Council reaffirmed their earlier work regarding Rhodesia, including their resolutions "imposing sanctions on that country and noted their appreciation with Mozambique's co-operation with that plan. The Resolution then condemns Rhodesia's aggressive acts, including military incursions, against Mozambique and noted the urgent and special economic need of Mozambique who arose from its implementation of resolution 253.
The Council appealed states to provide immediate assistance to Mozambique, requested that various agencies of the UN, including the "UNDP, the "Food Program, the "World Bank and the "IMF assist Mozambique. Finally, the Resolution requests the "Secretary-General organize the effort to overcome the economic difficulties that had befallen Mozambique due to its applications of economic sanctions against Rhodesia.
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