TitleResolution 1055 (1996) / adopted by the Security Council at its 3662nd meeting, on 8 May 1996.
Security Council resolution 1055 (1996) [on extension of the mandate of the UN Angola Verification Mission III and efforts to advance the peace process in Angola]
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Decides to extend the mandate of UNAVEM III until 11 July 1996; notes with deep concern the failure of the Uniao Nacional para a Independencia Total de Angola (UNITA) to complete the quartering of all its troops by 8 May 1996; notes the recent progress in the quartering of UNITA troops and calls upon UNITA to fulfil by June 1996 its obligation to complete the quartering of its troops and to turn over to UNAVEM III all arms, ammunition and military equipment; urges the parties to abide strictly by their obligations under the Lusaka Protocol as well as the commitments entered into at Libreville on 1 Mar. 1996; urges also the Government of Angola and UNITA to take all necessary steps for UNITA deputies to take their places in the National Assembly, for the beginning of the controlled movement of UNITA troops out of quartering areas for the incorporation of UNITA personnel into the State administration, the Angolan Armed Forces (FAA) and the national police, for the orderly transition of demobilized troops to civilian life, for moving constitutional issues forward in a spirit of national reconciliation, and for the formation of the Government of Unity and National Reconciliation by July 1996; urges the Government of Angola to continue to pull back its forces from areas near UNITA quartering sites and to complete the return of the rapid reaction police to barracks under UNAVEM III monitoring; calls upon the Government of Angola to provide the requisite facilities for the establishment of an independent radio; demands that all parties and other concerned in Angola take all necessary measures to ensure the safety of UN and international personnel and premises and guarantee the safety and freedom of movement of humanitarian supplies throughout the country.