United Nations Security Council Resolution 1027

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United Nations Security Council Resolution 1027
by the United Nations

Adopted unanimously by the Security Council at its 3602nd meeting, on 30 November 1995

The Security Council,

Recalling all its previous relevant resolutions and in particular its resolution 983 (1995) of 31 March 1995,

Reaffirming its commitment to the independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia,

Recalling its concern about possible developments which could undermine confidence and stability in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia or threaten its territory,

Welcoming the positive role played by the United Nations Preventive Deployment Force (UNPREDEP), and paying tribute to the personnel of UNPREDEP in the performance of their mandate,

Having considered the report of the Secretary-General of 23 November 1995 (S/1995/987),

1. Welcomes the report of the Secretary-General of 23 November 1995;

2. Decides to extend the mandate of UNPREDEP for a period terminating on 30 May 1996;

3. Urges UNPREDEP to continue its cooperation with the mission of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe;

4. Calls upon Member States to consider favourably requests by the Secretary-General for necessary assistance to UNPREDEP in the performance of its mandate;

5. Requests the Secretary-General to keep the Council regularly informed of any developments on the ground and other circumstances affecting the mandate of UNPREDEP, and in particular to submit, if possible by 31 January 1996, a report on all aspects of UNPREDEP in the light of developments in the region, for review by the Council;

6. Decides to remain actively seized of the matter.

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