TitleResolution 1152 (1998) / adopted by the Security Council at its 3853rd meeting, on 5 February 1998.
Security Council resolution 1152 (1998) [on extension of the mandate of the Mission interafricaine de surveillance des Accords de Bangui (MISAB)] [Extension of the mandate of Inter-African Mission to Monitor the Implementation of the Bangui Agreements (MISAB)]
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Approves the continued conduct by Member States participating in MISAB of the operation in a neutral and impartial way to achieve its objective; authorizes the Member States participating in MISAB and those States providing logistical support to ensure security and freedom of movement of their personnel; decides that the authorization will be initially extended until 16 Mar. 1998; recalls that the expenses and logistical support for MISAB will be borne on a voluntary basis in accordance with article 11 of the mandate of MISAB and encourages Member States to contribute to the Trust Fund for the Central African Republic; welcomes the intention of the Secretary-General to appoint a Special Representative to the Central African Republic; reiterates its call to all States, international organizations and financial institutions to assist in post-conflict development in the Central African Republic; requests the Member States participating in MISAB to provide a report to the Security Council through the Secretary-General; requests the Secretary-General to submit a report for its consideration, no later than 23 Feb. 1998, on the situation in the Central African Republic, with recommendations regarding the establishment of a UN peacekeeping operation, including the structure, specific goals and financial implications of such an operation, and with information on the implementation of the Bangui Agreements and on the commitments expressed in the letter to the Secretary-General from the President of the Central African Republic of 8 Jan. 1998; expresses its intention to take a decision by 16 Mar. 1998 on the establishment of a UN peacekeeping operation in the Central African Republic on the basis of the report referred to.