Document symbol: S/RES/871(1993)
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Security Council resolution 871 (1993) on extension of the mandate of the UN Protection Force and implementation of the UN peace-keeping plan for Croatia
Takes note of the intention of the Secretary-General to establish 3 subordinate commands within UNPROFOR - UNPROFOR (Croatia), UNPROFOR (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and UNPROFOR (the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia) - while retaining the existing dispositions in all other respects for the direction and conduct of UN operation in the territory of the former Yugoslavia; reaffirms the crucial importance of the implementation of the UN Peacekeeping plan for Croatia and calls upon the signatories of that plan in particular Yugoslavia, to cooperate in its full implementation; calls for an immediate ceasefire agreement between the Croatian Government and the local Serb authorities in the UN Protected Areas and urges them to cooperate fully and unconditionally in its implementation; stresses the importance of the process of restoration of the authority of the Republic of Croatia, in the "pink zones", and calls for the revival of the Joint Commission established under the chairmanship of UNPROFOR; urges all the parties to cooperate with UNPROFOR in reaching and implementing an agreement on confidence-building measures including the opening of the railroad between Zagreb and Split, the highway between Zagreb and Zupanja, and the Adriatic oil pipeline, securing the uninterrupted traffic across the Maslenica strait, and restoring the supply of electricity and water to all regions of Croatia including the UN Protected Areas; authorizes UNPROFOR, in carrying out its mandate in Croatia, acting in self-defence, to take the necessary measures, including the use of force; decides to extend UNPROFOR's mandate to 31 Mar. 1994; requests the Secretary-General to report 2 months after the adoption of the present resolution on progress towards implementation of the UN Peacekeeping plan for Croatia and all relevant Security Council resolutions.Adopted unanimously.
UN Protection Force - International Conference on the Former Yugoslavia - PEACEKEEPING OPERATIONS - SOVEREIGNTY - UNITED NATIONS PROTECTED AREAS - CEASEFIRES - SERBS - ELECTRIC POWER - WATER SUPPLY - COMMUNICATIONS - TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE - FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT - FORMER YUGOSLAVIA SITUATION - BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA SITUATION - SELF-DEFENCE (INTERNATIONAL LAW) - STAFF SECURITY - CONFIDENCE-BUILDING MEASURES - CROATIA SITUATION
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