TitleResolution 1494 (2003) / adopted by the Security Council at its 4800th meeting, on 30 July 2003
Security Council resolution 1494 (2003) [on extension of the mandate of the UN Observer Mission in Georgia (UNOMIG)]
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Endorses the recommendations by the Secretary-General in his report of 21 July 2003 (S/2003/751, para. 30) that a civilian police component of 20 officers be added to UNOMIG; condemns any violations of the provisions of the Moscow Agreement of 14 May 1994 on a Ceasefire and Separation of Forces (S/1994/583, annex I); strongly condemns the abduction of four UNOMIG personnel of 5 June 2003, deeply deplores that none of the perpetrators have ever been identified or brought to justice and supports the Secretary-General's call that this impunity must end; calls on the Georgian side to continue to improve security for joint UNOMIG and CIS peacekeeping force patrols in the Kodori; decides to extend the mandate of UNOMIG for a new period terminating on 31 Jan. 2004, subject to a review as appropriate of its mandate by the Council in the event of changes in the mandate of the CIS peacekeeping force; requests the Secretary-General to continue to keep the Council regularly informed and to report three months from the date of the adoption of this resolution on the situation in Abkhazia, Georgia; decides to remain actively seized of the matter.