TitleResolution 1083 (1996) / adopted by the Security Council at its 3717th meeting, on 27 November 1996.
Security Council resolution 1083 (1996) [on extension of the mandate of the UN Observer Mission in Liberia]
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Decides to extend the mandate of UNOMIL until 31 Mar. 1997 and to maintain its deployments at an appropriate level; condemns the practice of recruiting, training and deploying children for combat, and demands that the warring parties immediately cease this inhumane and abhorrent activity and release all child soldiers for demobilization; condemns all attacks against and intimidation of personnel of the ECOWAS Ceasefire Monitoring Group (ECOMOG), UNOMIL, and the international organizations and agencies delivering humanitarian assistance as well as the looting of their equipment, supplies, and personal property, and calls upon the leaders of the factions to return stolen property; demands that the factions facilitate the freedom of movement of UNOMIL, ECOMOG, and international organizations and agencies and the safe delivery of humanitarian assistance and that they strictly abide by the principles and rules of international humanitarian law; stresses the obligation of all States to comply strictly with the embargo in the deliveries of weapons and military equipment to Liberia; stresses also the importance of close contacts and enhanced coordination between UNOMIL and ECOMOG at all levels and calls upon ECOMOG, in accordance with the agreement regarding the respective roles and responsibilities of UNOMIL and ECOMOG in the implementation of the Contonou agreement (S/26272) and with the UNOMIL concept of operations, to provide security for UNOMIL.