United Nations Security Council Resolution 650

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United Nations Security Council Resolution 650
by the United Nations


Adopted unanimously by the Security Council at its 2913th meeting, on 27 March 1990

The Security Council,

Recalling its resolutions 637 (1989) of 27 July 1989 and 644 (1989) of 7 November 1989,

Reiterating its support for the Central American peace process and commending the efforts made by the Central American Presidents, represented by the agreements they have concluded,

Urging all parties to comply with their undertakings under those agreements, including in particular the commitments relating to regional security, and reiterating its full support for the Secretary-General's mission of good offices in the region,

Noting with appreciation the efforts undertaken to date by the Secretary-General in support of the Central American peace process, including his continuing efforts to promote voluntary demobilization, resettlement and repatriation, as reflected in his report of 15 March 1990, ([1])

1. Approves the report of the Secretary-General;

2. Decides to authorize, on a contingency basis in accordance with that report, an enlargement of the mandate of the United Nations Observer Group in Central America and the addition of armed personnel to its strength, in order to enable it to play a part in the voluntary demobilization of members of the Nicaraguan resistance;

3. Requests the Secretary-General to keep the Security Council fully informed of further developments regarding the implementation of the present resolution.


[1] Ibid., document S/21194.

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