Security Council resolution 782 (1992) [Mozambique]

Resolution 782 (1991)

The Security Council,

Welcoming the signature, on 4 October 1992 in Rome, of a General Peace Agreement between the Government of Mozambique and the Resistência Nacional Mazambicana (RENAMO) (S/24635),

Considering that the signature of the Agreement constitutes an important contribution to the restoration of peace and security in the region;

Taking note of the Joint Declaration dated 7 August 1992 of the President of the Republic of Mozambique and the President of RENAMO, in whch the parties accept the role of the United Nations in monitoring and guaranteeing the implementation of the General Peace Agreement (S/24406),

Also taking note of the report of the Secretary-General dated 9 October 1992 and of the request of the President of Mozambique (S/24642),

1. Approves the appointment by the Secretary-General of an interim Special Representative, and the despatch to Mozambique of a team of up to 25 military observers as recommended in paragraph 16 of the above-mentioned report;

2. Looks forward to the report of the Secretary-General on the establishment of a United Nations Operation in Mozambique (ONUMOZ), including in particular a detailed estimate of the cost of this operation;

3. Decides to remain actively seized of the matter.

Adopted by the Security Council at its 3123rd meeting, on 13 October 1992


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