976 ংলাদেশের স্বাধীনতা যুদ্ধ দলিলপত্রঃ ত্রয়োদশ খন্ড 18. Yugoslavia: Also mentioned the principle of respect for human rights. VIII. Countries which emphasized the role of the good offices of the U. N. Secretary-General or a third party in dealing with the Indo-Pakistan crisis: 1. Argentina: Good offices of Secretary-General and need for observers to supervise cease-fire and withdrawals. 2. Burundi: Good offices of Secretary-General. 3. Canndii: Cease-fire should be accompanied by specific U.N. arrangements to supervise 1t. 4. Ceylon: Secretary-General's good offices. 5. Chile: 6. Iran: Called for U-N. Observers mission for Supervision of withdrawals. 7. Nicaragua: Expressed the hope that India and Pakistan would accept peaceful mediation of the U. N. 8. U. S. A.: Also blamed India for not welcoming Secretary-General's good offices, etc. However, as the Resolution ignored the necessity of a political solution to the problem according to the wishes of the people of East Bengal and failed to take note of the wanton and unprovoked Pakistani aggression. India opposed it. The Resolution was recommendatory in nature and was not implemented because it was politically unrealistic.