United Nations Security Council Resolution 15, adopted unanimously on December 19, 1946, established a commission on the Establishment of commission to investigate border violations between Greek, Albanian, Bulgarian and Yugoslavian frontiers.
It was to both investigate the nature of and recommend a solution to, the alleged border violations along the Greek-Albanian and Bulgarian-Yugoslavian frontiers.
The commission was to arrive on site no later than January 15, 1947 and issue a report to the Council as soon as possible in order to maintain the regional peace as soon as practically possible.
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The Franco regime in Spain, Greek Civil War of 1946–1949, Republic of Mahabad, the and the [South] Azerbaijan People's Government were early tests of the UN's intention to stop a new world war breaking out so soon after World War 2 had ended.