TitleResolution 1029 (1995) / adopted by the Security Council at its 3605th meeting, on 12 December 1995.
Security Council resolution 1029 (1995) [on extension and adjustment of the mandate of the UN Assistance Mission for Rwanda to assist the voluntary and safe repatriation of Rwandan refugees]
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Decides to extend the mandate of UNAMIR for a final period until 8 Mar. 1996; decides to adjust the mandate of UNAMIR so that UNAMIR will: (a) exercise its good offices to assist in achieving the voluntary and safe repatriation of Rwandan refugees; (b) assist the Government of Rwanda in facilitating the voluntary and safe return of refugees; (c) assist UNHCR in the provision of logistical support for the repatriation of refugees; (d) contribute to the protection of the International Tribunal for Rwanda; request the Secretary-General to reduce the force level of UNAMIR to 1,200 troops to carry out the mandate set out above; to reduce the number of military observers, headquarters and other military support staff to 200; to initiate planning for the complete withdrawal of UNAMIR after the expiry of the present mandate, that withdrawal to take place within a period of 6 weeks after the expiry of the mandate; to withdraw the Civilian Police component of UNAMIR; to examine the feasibility of transferring UNAMIR non-lethal equipment, as elements of UNAMIR withdraw, for use in Rwanda; calls upon States and donor agencies to fulfil their earlier commitments to give assistance for Rwanda's rehabilitation efforts, to increase such assistance, and in particular to support the International Tribunal and the rehabilitation of the Rwandan justice system; requests the Secretary-General to report to the Council by 1 Feb. 1996 on the discharge by UNAMIR of its mandate and progress towards repatriation of refugees.