Resolutions of the Security Council

S/RES/1268 (1999)
15 October 1999

By which the Council, inter alia, authorizes the establishment, for an initial period of six months until 15 April 2000, of the United Nations Office in Angola (UNOA) staffed with the personnel necessary to liaise with the political, military, police and other civilian authorities, with a view to exploring effective measures for restoring peace, assisting the Angolan people in the area of capacity-building, humanitarian assistance, the promotion of human rights, and coordinating other activities

S/RES/1229 (1999)
26 February 1999

By which the Council, inter alia, takes note that the mandate of MONUA expires on 26 February 1999; decides that the human rights component of MONUA will continue its current activities during the liquidation period; and requests the Secretary-General to designate a channel to liaise with the Government of Angola pending the conclusion of the consultations with the Government of Angola regarding the follow-up configuration of the United Nations presence in Angola

S/RES/1221 (1999)
12 January 1999

By which the Council, inter alia, condemns the downing of the two aircraft chartered by the United Nations, deplores the loss under suspicious circumstances of other commercial aircraft, and demands that all such attacks cease immediately; and reiterates its demand that the leader of UNITA, Mr. Jonas Savimbi, cooperate immediately and in good faith in the search for and rescue of possible survivors of those incidents

S/RES/1213 (1998)
3 December 1998

By which the Council, inter alia, decides to extend the mandate of MONUA until 26 February 1999; endorses the Secretary-Generalís recommendation to continue to adjust the deployment and force structure of MONUA; and requests the Secretary-General to submit a report no later than 15 January 1999 on the future role and mandate of the United Nations in Angola and the force structure of MONUA in the light of its ability to carry out its mandated tasks

S/RES/1202 (1998)
15 October 1998

By which the Council, inter alia, decides to extend the mandate of MONUA until 3 December 1998; and requests the Secretary-General to continue to adjust the deployment and force structure of MONUA, as needed, in accordance with security conditions and its ability to implement its mandate in support of the peace process, and to prepare further contingency plans

S/RES/1195 (1998)
15 September 1998

By which the Council, inter alia, emphasizes that the primary cause of the crisis in Angola and of the current impasse in the peace process is the failure by the leadership of UNITA to comply with its obligations; demands that UNITA withdraw immediately from territories which it has occupied through military action; and decides to extend the mandate of MONUA until 15 October 1998

S/RES/1190 (1998)
13 August 1998

By which the Council, inter alia, welcomes the decision by the Secretary-General to dispatch a Special Envoy to assess the situation in the country; welcomes the appointment of a new Special Representative to Angola; and decides to extend the mandate of MONUA until 15 September 1998

S/RES/1180 (1998)
29 June 1998

By which the Council, inter alia, decides to extend the mandate of MONUA until 15 August 1998; decides also to resume the withdrawal of the military component of MONUA as soon as conditions permit; and requests the Secretary-General to reconsider the deployment of the additional civilian police observers authorized under resolution 1164 (1998)

S/RES/1173 (1998)
12 June 1998

By which the Council, inter alia, condemns UNITA, and holds its leadership responsible, for its failure to implement fully its obligations contained in the Lusaka Protocol and relevant Security Council resolutions; and imposes further sanctions against UNITA

S/RES/1164 (1998)
29 April 1998

By which the Council, inter alia, strongly condemns the attacks by members of UNITA on the personnel of MONUA, international personnel and Angolan national authorities; takes note of the recommendations of the Secretary-General regarding the beginning of the drawdown of the military observers and civilian personnel of MONUA and its termination; and decides to extend the mandate of MONUA until 30 June 1998

S/RES/1157 (1998)
20 March 1998

By which the Council, inter alia,endorses the recommendation of the Secretary-General to resume the gradual downsizing of the military component of MONUA; decides to increase gradually and as needed the number of civilian police observers; and requests the Secretary-General to submit a report with final recommendations regarding the modalities of the United Nations presence in Angola after 30 April 1998

S/RES/1149 (1998)
27 January 1998

By which the Council, inter alia, stresses the urgent need for the Government of Angola and in particular UNITA to complete the implementation of their obligations under the Lusaka Protocol; and decides to extend the mandate of MONUA, including the military task force, until 30 April 1998

S/RES/1135 (1997)
29 October 1997

By which the Council, inter alia, decides to extend the mandate of MONUA until 30 January 1998; and endorses the recommendation of the Secretary-General to postpone the withdrawal of United Nations military formed units until the end of November 1997

S/RES/1127 (1997)
28 August 1997

By which the Council, inter alia, extends the mandate of MONUA until 31 January 1998; and, deploring UNITA's failure to comply fully with its obligations under the Lusaka Protocol, decides to impose a number of sanctions against UNITA, including restrictions on the travel of UNITA personnel

S/RES/1118 (1997)
30 June 1997

By which the Council, inter alia, establishes the United Nations Observer Mission in Angola (MONUA) with an initial mandate until 31 October 1997; decides that MONUA would assume responsibility for all components and assets of UNAVEM III; and expresses its appreciation to the Secretary-General, his Special Representative, and the UNAVEM III personnel for assisting the parties in Angola to implement the peace process

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