TitleResolution 947 (1994) / adopted by the Security Council at its 3434th meeting, on 30 September 1994.
Security Council resolution 947 (1994) [on extension of the mandate of the UN Protection Force and requesting the Secretary-General to report on progress towards implementation of the UN Peace-keeping Plan for Croatia and all relevant Security Council resolutions]
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Decides to extend UNPROFOR's mandate for an additional period terminating on 31 Mar. 1995; requests the Secretary-General to report no later than 20 Jan. 1995 on progress towards implementation of the UN Peacekeeping Plan for Croatia and all relevant Security Council resolutions, and decides to reconsider UNPROFOR's mandate in the light of that report; requests the Secretary-General to include in that report information on progress towards (a) opening the road and railway communications with the UNPAs and the rest of the Republic of Croatia (b) establishing the water and electricity supply in all regions of Croatia for the mutual benefit of all its citizens (c) opening of the Adriatic pipeline; invites the Secretary-General to update his report submitted pursuant to Security Council resolution 838 (1993) of 10 June 1993, and to expand it as appropriate to cover other areas where UNPROFOR is deployed; calls on all parties fully to comply with all Security Council resolutions regarding the situation in the former Yugoslavia, and concerning in particular UNPROFOR in Croatia to create the conditions that would facilitate the full implementation of its mandate; urges that the pilot project described in paragraph 39 of the report of the Secretary-General of 17 Sept. 1994 (S/1994/1067) be put into effect as soon as possible; declares that the restoration of the authority of the Republic of Croatia in the "pink zones", to the extent that it is compatible with the 29 Mar. 1994 ceasefire agreement, must be accomplished under the close supervision of UNPROFOR, and in such manner as to avoid any further destabilization of the region.
Extends the mandate of the UN Protection Force and requests the Secretary-General to report on progress towards implementation of the UN Peace-keeping Plan for Croatia and all relevant Security Council resolutions.