TitleRegional confidence-building measures : activities of the United Nations Standing Advisory Committee on Security Questions in Central Africa
Regional confidence-building measures : activities of the UN Standing Advisory Committee on Security Questions in Central Africa
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Reaffirms its support for efforts aimed at promoting confidence-building measures at regional and subregional levels in order to ease tensions and conflicts in the subregion and to further peace, stability and sustainable development in Central Africa; reaffirms its support for the programme of work of the Standing Advisory Committee adopted at the organizational meeting of the Committee, held at Yaoundé from 27-31 July 1992; welcomes the decision of the States members of the Standing Advisory Committee to convene as soon as possible a summit meeting of heads of State and Government with a view to establishing a higher council for the promotion of peace, the prevention, management and settlement of political crises and armed conflicts in Central Africa and a subregional parliament in Central Africa; welcomes with safisfaction the establishment of an early warning mechanism in Central Africa which will serve, on the one hand, as an instrument for analysing and monitoring political situations in the States members of the Standing Advisory Committee with a view to preventing the outbreak of future armed conflicts and, on the other hand, as a technical body through which the member States will carry out the work programme of the Committee; requests the Secretary-General and the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights to lend their support to the establishment of a subregional centre for human rights and democracy in Central Africa; also requests the Secretary-General to provide the States members of the Standing Advisory Committee with the necessary support in making operational the early warning mechanism that they have just established; appeals to Member States and to governmental and non-governmental organizations to make additional voluntary contributions to the Trust Fund for the UN Standing Advisory Committee on Security Questions in Central Africa.
Adopted at the 79th plenary meeting, 4 Dec. 1998. In: Review and implementation of the Concluding Document of the 12th Special Session of the General Assembly : resolutions / adopted by the General Assembly - A/RES/53/78 - 8 Jan. 1999 - p. 1-4.