1. Elections for the Security Council today resulted in the return of Belgium (43 votes) Colombia (A and Syria (45). India received 13 votes.
As instructed we voted for Belgium, Colombia and India.
2. The first ballot for the Economic and Social Council resulted in election of the United States (51 votes) Venezuela (46) and New Zealand (44). in accordance with Rule 84  the President submitted Lebanon, Netherlands, Turkey, Yugoslavia, Byelorussia and Poland to a second ballot which resulted in the election of Lebanon (41). Third and fourth ballots were held between Netherlands, Turkey, Yugoslavia and Byelorussia without any obtaining required two-thirds majority and the President then proposed adjournment of ballotting for the fifth and sixth places until the next plenary session in order to allow delegations to reconsider their positions. Votes received in the fourth ballot were Netherlands 28, Turkey 29, Yugoslavia 19 and Byelorussia 28.
3. Australia voted consistently for New Zealand. , United States, Venezuela (which was the Latin-American nominee), Lebanon (which was the Arab state nominee), Turkey and the Netherlands.
4. Further instructions regarding voting for the fifth and sixth places are requested.