TitleResolution 1268 (1999) / adopted by the Security Council at its 4052nd meeting, on 15 October 1999
Security Council resolution 1268 (1999) [on establishment of the UN Office in Angola (UNOA)] [Establishment of the UN Office in Angola (UNOA)]
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Authorizes the establishment, for an initial period of 6 months until 15 Apr. 2000, of the UN Office in Angola (UNOA) staffed with the personnel necessary to liaise with the political, military, police and other civilian authorities, with a view to exploring effective measures for restoring peace, assisting the Angolan people in the area of capacity-building, humanitarian assistance, the promotion of human rights, and coordinating other activities; decides that UNOA will consist of up to 30 substantive professional staff, as well as the necessary administrative and other support personnel; calls upon all parties concerned and in particular UNITA to ensure the safety, security and freedom of movement of UN and associated personnel and to respect fully their status; requests the Secretary-General to provide every 3 months a report on developments in Angola including his recommendations about additional measures the Council might consider to promote the peace process in Angola.