TitleResolution 882 (1993) / adopted by the Security Council at its 3305th meeting, on 5 November 1993.
Security Council resolution 882 (1993) [on renewal of the mandate of the UN Operation in Mozambique and implementation of the General Peace Agreement for Mozambique]
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Reaffirms the vital importance of the holding of elections no later than Oct. 1994; urges the parties mozambicaines to commence assembly of troops in Nov. 1993 and to initiate demobilization by Jan. 1994 with a view to ensuring the completion of the demobilization process by May 1994 on the basis of the revised timetable; takes note of the progress made with regard to the formation of the new Mozambican Defence Forces; welcomes the approval of the guidelines for the Cease-fire Commission governing the movement of troops; underlines the need to make immediately operational the National Commission for Administration, the National Police Affairs Commission (COMPOL) and the Commission for Information (COMINFO); authorizes the Secretary-General to proceed with the selection and deployment of the 128 UN police observers; underscores the importance of making progress on the approval of an electoral law, establishment of an electoral commission by 30 Nov. 1993 and the beginning of the concentration of troops in the assembly areas, demobilization of 50 percent of troops by 31 Mar. 1994, sufficient progress to meet complete demobilization by 31 May 1994, and accelerated progress in training and integrating forces in the new Mozambican Defence Forces so that the process is complete by Aug. 1994; decides to renew the mandate of ONUMOZ for a period of 6 months; calls on all parties to cooperate with UNHCR and other agencies operating in Mozambique to facilitate the repatriation and resettlement of refugees and displaced persons.