TitleResolution 1086 (1996) / adopted by the Security Council at its 3721st meeting, on 5 December 1996.
Security Council resolution 1086 (1996) [on extension of the mandate of the UN Support Mission in Haiti]
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Affirms the importance of a professional, self-sustaining, fully-functioning national police force of adequate size and structure, able to conduct the full spectrum of police functions, to the consolidation of democracy and revitalization of Haiti's system of justice; decides to extend for the final time the mandate of UNSMIH until 31 May 1997 with 300 civilian police personnel and 500 troops, except that, if the Secretary-General reports by 31 Mar. 1997 that UNSMIH can make a further contribution to the goals set out above, it will be further extended, following a review by the Council, for the final time until 31 July 1997; requests the Secretary-General to report to the Council on the implementation of this resolution by 31 Mar. 1997; stresses the importance that the Government of Haiti and the international financial institutions continue their close collaboration to enable the provision of additional financial support for economic rehabilitation and reconstruction of the country; requests all States to make voluntary contributions to the trust fund established in resolution 975 (1995) for the support of the Haitian National Police, to ensure that the police are adequately trained and fully operational; requests the Secretary-General to include in his report of 31 Mar. 1997 recommendations on the nature of a subsequent international presence in Haiti.