A resolution adopted by the United Nations Security Council on 22 October 1967 with a vote of 14 For, 0 Against, 1 Absent (China). … Together with Resolution 242, it was adopted by the PLO in 1988, and has served as a basis for many later peace initiatives, such as the Oslo Process, the Arab Peace Initiative, the Road Map for Peace and the Geneva Initiative.
A resolution adopted by the United Nations Security Council on 16 December 2008, by a vote of 14 For, 0 Against, 1 Abstaining (Libya). … The resolution was closely followed by the outbreak of the Gaza War.
A resolution adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 6 December 1990 by a vote of 144 For, 2 Against (Israel and the United States), 13 Absent. … The resolution also reaffirmed the following principles for a comprehensive settlement to the Arab-Israeli conflict: a full Israeli withdrawal from territories occupied in the 1967 Six Day War and the dismantling of Israeli settlements in these territories; arrangement for the security of all states in the region, including the two states envisioned in Resolution 181; a solution to the Palestinian refugee problem in accordance with Resolution 194; and guaranteed freedom of access to holy sites.
A set of three resolutions concerning the question of Palestine adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 15 December 1988. … The third acknowledged the Palestinian Declaration of Independence and changed the designation of the PLO in the United Nations to "Palestine".