TitleResolution 1103 (1997) / adopted by the Security Council at its 3760th meeting, on 31 March 1997.
Security Council resolution 1103 (1997) [on an increase in the strength of the UN Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina (UNMIBH)] [Implementation of the Peace Agreement in Bosnia and Herzegovina]
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Decides to authorize an increase in the strength of UN Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina by 186 police and 11 civilian personnel, in the light of the recommendation of the Secretary-General concerning the role of UN-International Police Task Force (UN-IPTF) in Brcko contained in his report of 14 Mar. 1997, and in order to enable it to carry out its mandate; acknowledges the importance of ensuring that UN-IPTF is able to carry out all the tasks with which it has been entrusted, in particular those tasks set out in the conclusions of the London Conference and agreed by the authorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and decides to consider expeditiously the recommendations of the Secretary-General concerning those tasks contained in his report of 14 Mar. 1997; urges Member States, with the support of the Secretary-General, to provide qualified police monitors and other forms of assistance and support to UN-IPTF and in support of the Peace Agreement; calls upon all parties to the Peace Agreement to implement all aspects of that Agreement and to cooperate in full with UN-IPTF in the conduct of its activities; stresses the need for the continued closest possible coordination between the multinational Stabilization Force and UN-IPTF, in particular in the area of Brcko.