Reports of the Secretary General (Partial list)

S/1999/202
24 February 1999

Report of the Secretary-General informing the Security Council on the drawdown of MONUA and its liquidation phase, and on his intention to continue consultations with the Government of Angola concerning the modalities of the future presence of the United Nations in the country

S/1999/49
17 January 1999

Report of the Secretary-General stating that the events of the preceding months had clearly demonstrated that, for all intents and purposes, the Angolan peace process had collapsed and the country was in a state of war, that the conditions for a meaningful United Nations peacekeeping role in Angola had ceased to exist, and that the Government of Angola had informed the United Nations that it did not intend to support the extension of MONUA beyond its current mandate (26 February 1999)

S/1998/1110
23 November 1998

Report of the Secretary-General stating that the overall political, military and security situation in the country further deteriorated, that the joint mechanisms, including the Joint Commission, were not functioning and preparations for a military showdown continued, and that, as a result, MONUA was unable to carry out most of its mandated tasks and the prospects for reactivating the peace process looked bleak

S/1998/931
8 October 1998

Report of the Secretary-General expressing again his serious concerns about the apparent unravelling of the peace process in Angola, and recommending that the Security Council extend MONUA for another short period of up to six weeks, in order to give his Special Representative an additional opportunity to revive the stalled peace process

S/1998/838
7 September 1998

Report of the Secretary-General stating that the situation in Angola continued to deteriorate and that MONUA would not be able to remain in Angola in case of a major military confrontation or if the parties, in particular UNITA, were to continue to fail to complete their pending tasks, and proposing that the mandate of MONUA be extended until 31 January 1999

S/1998/723
6 August 1998

Report of the Secretary-General stating that the military and security situation in the country further deteriorated and the risks of a resumption of full-scale hostilities increased significantly, and recommending that the Security Council extend the mandate of MONUA for one month, until 15 September 1998

S/1998/524
17 June 1998

Report of the Secretary-General stating that the situation in Angola continued to deteriorate quickly and became critical due, for the most part, to the failure of UNITA to fulfil its obligations under the Lusaka Protocol, and recommending that the mandate of MONUA be extended for two months, until 31 August 1998

S/1998/333
16 April 1998

Report of the Secretary-General on the status of the implementation of the peace process, with recommendations regarding the modalities of the United Nations presence in Angola after 30 April 1998, including the exit strategy and expected termination date of MONUA

S/1998/236
13 March 1998

Report of the Secretary-General stating that the presence of the United Nations in Angola was still needed, and outlining recommendations regarding the reconfiguration of MONUA, as well as preliminary recommendations regarding the United Nations presence in Angola after 30 April 1998

S/1998/17
12 January 1998

Report of the Secretary-General stating that the continued presence of the United Nations in Angola would be necessary, although at a reduced level, suggesting some adjustments to the mandate of MONUA, and recommending its extension for three months, until 30 April 1998

S/1997/959
4 December 1997

Report of the Secretary-General stating that several of the key provisions of the Lusaka Protocol, in particular the demilitarization of UNITA troops and the extension of State administration, still remained to be completed, and informing the Council of his intention to proceed with the drawdown of the personnel of MONUA's military component as the many tasks which had to be performed by the United Nations troops had come to an end

S/1997/807
17 October 1997

Report of the Secretary-General stating that there had been no significant progress in the peace process in Angola, proposing to postpone slightly the withdrawal of United Nations military formed units, and recommending that the mandate of MONUA be extended for three months, until 31 January 1998

S/1997/741
24 September 1997

Report in which the Secretary-General stated that he was not yet in a position to advise the Security Council that UNITA had taken the necessary steps to comply with all the obligations set out in paragraphs 2 and 3 of its resolution 1127 (1997)

S/1997/640
13 August 1997

Report of the Secretary-General saying that the peace process in Angola was experiencing some of the most serious difficulties since the signing of the Lusaka Protocol, and proposing to further postpone the withdrawal of the United Nations military units from Angola and to retain in the country up to 2,650 military personnel until the end of October 1997

S/1997/438/Add.1
6 June 1997

Report of the Secretary-General informing the Security Council that the cost of MONUA was estimated at $64.5 million for the seven-month period from 1 July 1997 to 1 February 1998

S/1997/438
5 June 1997

Report of the Secretary-General covering major developments in Angola from 14 April to 5 June 1997; containing his recommendations regarding the structure, specific goals and cost implications of a new operation to succeed UNAVEM III; and recommending the establishment, as of 1 July 1997, of the United Nations Observer Mission in Angola/Missão de Observação das Nações Unidas em Angola (MONUA)

S/1997/115
7 February 1997

Report of the Secretary-General covering major developments in Angola from 2 December 1996 to 7 February 1997; and containing Secretary-Generalís recommendations regarding the role of the United Nations in Angola after the expiration of the mandate of UNAVEM III on 28 February 1997


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