TitleResolution 894 (1994) / adopted by the Security Council at its 3329th meeting, on 14 January 1994.
Security Council resolution 894 (1994) [on participation of the UN and international observers in the election process in South Africa]
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Welcomes the report of the Secretary-General of 10 Jan. 1994 and agrees with the proposals contained therein concerning the mandate and size of UNOMSA, including the proposals for the coordination of the activities of the international observers provided by OAU, the Commonwealth and the European Union as well as those provided by any other intergovernmental organizations or Governments; urges all parties in South Africa, including those which did not participate fully in the multi-party talks, to respect agreements reached during the negotiations, to adhere to democratic principles, and to take part in the elections; calls upon all parties in South Africa to take measures to end the violence and intimidation and thus contribute to the conduct of free and fair elections, and expects that anyone who seeks to disrupt the elections will be held accountable for such actions; calls also upon all parties in South Africa to respect the safety and security of the international observers and to facilitate the carrying out of their mandate; welcomes the intention of the Secretary-General to set up a special Trust Fund to finance the participation of additional observers from Africa and other developing countries and urges States to contribute generously to this Fund.
Concerns participation of the United Nations and international observers in the election process in South Africa. Also published in: The United Nations and apartheid, 1948-1994 (United Nations blue book series, v. 1) - [ST/]DPI/1568 - 1994 - p. 502-503 (document 200).