TitleResolution 976 (1995) / adopted by the Security Council at its 3499th meeting, on 8 February 1995.
Security Council resolution 976 (1995) [on establishment of the UN Angola Verification Mission III]
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Authorizes the establishment of a Peacekeeping operation, UNAVEM III to assist the parties in restoring peace and achieving national reconciliation in Angola with an initial mandate until 8 Aug. 1995 and with a maximum deployment of 7,000 military personnel, in addition to the 350 military observers and 260 police observers mentioned in the Secretary-General's report, with an appropriate number of international and local staff; authorizes the immediate deployment of such planning and support elements as are needed to prepare for the deployment of Peacekeeping forces, and authorizes the subsequent deployment of such additional elements as are necessary to establish operational quartering areas for UNITA forces; decides that the deployment of infantry units will take place on the basis of a report from the Secretary-General to the Security Council that the conditions contained in paragraph 32 of the Secretary-General's report, inter alia, effective cessation of hostilities, provision of all relevant military data, and designation of all quartering areas, have been met, provided the Council does not decide otherwise; requests the Secretary-General to inform the Council monthly of progress in the deployment of UNAVEM III and in implementation of the Lusaka Protocol; calls upon the Government of Angola to conclude no later than 20 Mar. 1995 an agreement with UN on the status of forces.