The United Nations and the Iraq-Kuwait Conflict, 1990-1996, The United Nation Blue Book Series Volume IX, New York, 1996

The United Nations and the Iraq-Kuwait Conflict, 1990-1996, The United Nation Blue Book Series... A 1. Welcomes the progress made by the Central African authorities and parties towards the achievement of national reconciliation and sustainable stability in the Central African Republic; 2. Urges the Government of the Central African Republic to continue to fulfil the commitments expressed in the letter of 8 January 1998 to the Secretary-General from the President of the Central African Republic (S/1998/61, annex) and calls upon the parties in the Central African Republic to complete the implementation of the provisions of the Bangui Agreements and to implement the National Reconciliation Pact (S/1999/219, annex); 3. Reiterates its call to all States, international organizations and financial institutions to assist in post-conflict development in the Central African Republic; B 4. Welcomes the efforts made by the Member States participating in MISAB and by those States providing support to them, and their readiness to maintain these efforts; 5. Approves the continued conduct by the Member States participating in MISAB of the operation in a neutral and impartial way to achieve its objective as set out in paragraph 2 ofresolution 1125 (1997); 6. Acting under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, authorizes the Member States participating in MISAB and those http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of International Peacekeeping Brill

The United Nations and the Iraq-Kuwait Conflict, 1990-1996, The United Nation Blue Book Series Volume IX, New York, 1996

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© 1998 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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1875-4104
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10.1163/187541198X00619
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A 1. Welcomes the progress made by the Central African authorities and parties towards the achievement of national reconciliation and sustainable stability in the Central African Republic; 2. Urges the Government of the Central African Republic to continue to fulfil the commitments expressed in the letter of 8 January 1998 to the Secretary-General from the President of the Central African Republic (S/1998/61, annex) and calls upon the parties in the Central African Republic to complete the implementation of the provisions of the Bangui Agreements and to implement the National Reconciliation Pact (S/1999/219, annex); 3. Reiterates its call to all States, international organizations and financial institutions to assist in post-conflict development in the Central African Republic; B 4. Welcomes the efforts made by the Member States participating in MISAB and by those States providing support to them, and their readiness to maintain these efforts; 5. Approves the continued conduct by the Member States participating in MISAB of the operation in a neutral and impartial way to achieve its objective as set out in paragraph 2 ofresolution 1125 (1997); 6. Acting under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, authorizes the Member States participating in MISAB and those

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Published: Jan 1, 1998

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