TitleSeventeenth report of the Secretary-General on the United Nations Mission in Sierra Leone
AccessEnglish:S_2003_321-EN - PDF ; Español:S_2003_321-ES - PDF ; Français:S_2003_321-FR - PDF ; Русский:S_2003_321-RU - PDF ; العربية:S_2003_321-AR - PDF ; 中文:S_2003_321-ZH - PDF ;
DAA Submitted pursuant to Security Council resolution 1436 (2002) of 24 Sept. 2002, in which the Council urged the UN Mission in Sierra Leone (UNAMSIL) to complete, within 8 months, the 1st and 2nd phases of the Mission's drawdown plan and authorized the deployment of up to 170 civilian police in UNAMSIL. Provides the updates on their deployment and contains an assessment of the progress made towards achieving the key security benchmarks set out in the 15th report (S/2002/987) concerning the overall efforts to consolidate peace in Sierra Leone. Includes sections on the following: security situation; implementation of the drawdown plan; strengthening the security sector; peace consolidation; humanitarian, recovery and development challenges; regional aspects; and financial aspects. Also includes observations and a table showing contributions to the UNAMSIL as at 20 Mar. 2003. A map showing UNAMSIL deployment as of Mar. 2003 is attached.