TitleResolution 1917 (2010) / adopted by the Security Council at its 6290th meeting, on 22 March 2010
Security Council resolution 1917 (2010) [on extension of the mandate of the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA)]
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Decides to extend until 23 Mar. 2011 the mandate of UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA); decides further that UNAMA and the Special Representative of the Secretary-General, will continue to lead the international civilian efforts; stresses the importance of strengthening and expanding the presence of UNAMA; underscores the importance of the upcoming national legislative elections to Afghanistan's democratic development; welcomes also the Government's commitment to develop and implement an effective, inclusive, transparent and sustainable national Peace and Reintegration Programme and encourages the international community to assist the efforts of the Government of Afghanistan in this regard including through a Peace and Reintegration Trust Fund; condemns in the strongest terms all attacks; expresses its strong concern about the recruitment and use of children by Taliban forces in Afghanistan; stresses in this context the importance of further progress in the reconstruction and reform of the prison sector in Afghanistan, in order to improve the respect for the rule of law and human rights therein; affirms also the importance of voluntary, safe, orderly return and sustainable reintegration of the internally displaced persons; requests the Secretary-General to report to the Council every 3 months on developments in Afghanistan.