TitleResolution 1099 (1997) / adopted by the Security Council at its 3752nd meeting on 14 March 1997.
Security Council resolution 1099 (1997) [on extension of the mandate of the UN Mission of Observers in Tajikistan (UNMOT)] [Extension of the mandate of the UN Mission of Observers in Tajikistan (UNMOT)]
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Strongly condemns the acts of mistreatment against UNMOT and other international personnel, and urgently calls upon the parties to cooperate in bringing the perpetrators to justice, to ensure the safety and freedom of movement of the personnel of UN, the Commonwealth of Independent States Peacekeeping Forces and other international personnel, and to cooperate fully with UNMOT; decides to extend the mandate of UNMOT until 15 June 1997 subject to the proviso that the Tehran Agreement remains in force and the parties demonstrate their commitment to the agreements already reached, and further decides that this mandate will remain in effect until that date unless the Secretary-General reports to the Council that these conditions have not been met; requests the Secretary-General to inform the Council by 30 Apr. 1997 on possible ways and means by which UN could assist in the implementation of the Protocol on Military Issues and to submit a report on the situation in Tajikistan to the Council no later than 1 June 1997, including recommendations on UN presence in Tajikistan, in particular the manner in which UN can assist in the implementation of the inter-Tajik agreements.