Document symbol: S/RES/831(1993)
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Security Council resolution 831 (1993) on the mandate, financing and restructuring of the UN Peace-keeping Force in Cyprus
Decides that, with effect from the next extension of UNFICYP's mandate on or before 15 June 1993, those costs of the Force which are not covered by voluntary contributions should be treated as expenses of the Organization under Art. 17 (2) of the Charter; decides that UNFICYP should be restructured as a 1st step on the basis of the proposal in paragraphs 16-19 of the Secretary-General's report (S/25492), with the addition of a limited number of observers for reconnaissance; underlines the responsibility of the parties for minimizing tension and facilitating the operation of UNFICYP, including through the implementation of confidence-building measures, including that the number of foreign troops in the Republic of Cyprus undergo a significant reduction and that a reduction of defence spending be effected in the Republic of Cyprus; decides to conduct a comprehensive reassessment of UNFICYP at the time of the consideration of the Force's mandate in Dec. 1993; requests the Secretary-General to submit a report 1 month before that reassessment, to cover all aspects of the situation, including confidence-building measures, progress in political negotiations and possible progressive steps towards an observer force based on the proposal described in paragraph 12 of the Secretary-General's report (S/25492).Adopted 14-0-1.
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