TitleResolution 1369 (2001) / adopted by the Security Council at its 4372nd meeting, on 14 September 2001
Security Council resolution 1369 (2001) [on extension of the mandate of the UN Mission in Ethiopia and Eritrea (UNMEE)]
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Decides to extend the mandate of UNMEE at the troop and military observer levels authorized by its resolution 1320 (2000) until 15 Mar. 2002; calls on the parties to cooperate fully and expeditiously with UNMEE in the implementation of its mandate and to abide scrupulously by the letter and spirit of their agreements, including regarding cooperation with the Boundary Commission and facilitation of its work; calls on the parties to urgently resolve the outstanding issues in accordance with the Algiers Agreements; further calls on the parties, where relevant in cooperation with UNMEE, to explore and pursue a range of confidence-building measures; urges the parties to ensure that efforts are redirected from weapons procurement and other military activities towards the reconstruction and development of their economies and encourages both countries to continue and enhance the efforts to improve their relations in order to promote regional peace and security; expresses its intention to continue to monitor closely progress by the parties in implementing the provisions of the Algiers Agreements and the requirements of this resolution, and to consider a mission to the two countries before agreeing to a further mandate renewal in order to monitor progress and discuss possible further steps towards reconciliation.