My UN.194. 
1. Council discussion today  produced very little that was new.
India, Pakistan and Indonesia were main speakers. All three took the line that any preliminary meeting to be acceptable and consistent with Council resolution  should be confined to discussion and arrangements for re-establishment of Government in Djokjakarta. Palar added such discussions should have maximum limit of 14 days which should include the repatriation of the government. He also asked for immediate report from Commission on military situation and followed Norwegian suggestion  last week in proposing an investigation of alleged atrocities by some competent organ.
2. Debate was again adjourned until Wednesday. In the interval between last meeting and today Americans had revised text of their formula  in the direction of giving priority to agreement on arrangements for return to Djokjakarta. It was the intention that Canada should submit revised text today but during debate this plan was changed for the reason I understand that Cuba and Egypt had decided that revised formula was not strong enough. Another revision is to be made between now and Wednesday.
3. As result of debate over the last week the feeling of the Council has undoubtedly hardened against the Netherlands.