TitleEighteenth report of the Secretary-General on the United Nations Mission in Sierra Leone
AccessEnglish:S_2003_663-EN - PDF ; Español:S_2003_663-ES - PDF ; Français:S_2003_663-FR - PDF ; Русский:S_2003_663-RU - PDF ; العربية:S_2003_663-AR - PDF ; 中文:S_2003_663-ZH - PDF ;
DAA Submitted pursuant to Security Council resolution 1470 (2003) of 24 Sept. 2002, in which the Council urged the UN Mission in Sierra Leone (UNAMSIL) to complete phase 2 of the Mission's drawdown plan as soon as practicable. Provides an assessment of the prevailing security situation in Sierra Leone and the progress made on the benchmarks that have guided the drawdown of UNAMSIL. Describes ongoing efforts to consolidate peace in Sierra Leone, including the activities of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the Special Court for Sierra Leone, and the efforts to facilitate national recovery. Includes sections on the following: security situation; benchmarks; drawdown of UNAMSIL; monitoring and promoting human rights, national reconciliation and justice; humanitarian recovery and development efforts; and observations and recommendations. Includes a table showing contributions to the UNAMSIL as at 1 June 2003 and a map showing UNAMSIL deployment as of June 2003.