SANCTIONS COMMITTEE AGREES ON EXPORT/IMPORT MECHANISM FOR IRAQ19951206 Following is the text of a statement issued today by Tono Eitel (Germany), Chairman of the Security Council Committee established by resolution 661 (1990) which is monitoring the sanctions against Iraq, on behalf of Committee members:
NEW CHAIRMEN OF UNITED NATIONS SECURITY BODIES IN DECEMBER19951130 In accordance with the principle of alphabetical rotation, the following new Chairmen of United Nations security bodies will take office on 1 December:
Sergey V. Lavrov (Russian Federation) will succeed Salim Mohammed Al'Khussaiby (Oman) as President of the Security Council.
SECURITY COUNCIL EXTENDS UNTIL 30 MAY 1996 MANDATE OF PREVENTIVE FORCE IN FORMER YUGOSLAV REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA19951130 Resolution 1027 (1995) Also Requests Report on Mission by 31 January 1996
SECURITY COUNCIL EXTENDS UNPROFOR MANDATE UNTIL 31 JANUARY 199619951130
The Security Council this afternoon extended the mandate of the United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR) for a two-month period until 31 January 1996, pending further action by the Council with regard to implementation of the General Framework Agreement for Peace (Peace Agreement) in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
SECURITY COUNCIL DECIDES UNCRO MANDATE TO END ON 15 JANUARY 1996 OR WITH ESTABLISHMENT OF TRANSITIONAL FORCE, WHICHEVER SOONER19951130 By Resolution 1025 (1995), Calls for Report by 14 December On Establishment of Transitional Authority and Peace-keeping Force
SECURITY COUNCIL RENEWS MANDATE OF UNDOF UNTIL 31 MAY19951128
The Security Council this afternoon renewed the mandate of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force (UNDOF) on the Syrian Golan Heights for a further six months, until 31 May 1996. The Force was established in 1974 to supervise the cease-fire called for by the May 1974 Agreement on Disengagement between Israeli and Syrian forces.
SECURITY COUNCIL CALLS FOR IMMEDIATE END TO FIGHTING IN SIERRA LEONE19951127
The Security Council this afternoon called for an immediate end to the fighting in Sierra Leone and urged the Revolutionary United Front whose attempt to overthrow the Government in 1991 began the conflict, to take advantage of the Secretary-General's offer of good offices to facilitate negotiations.