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Security Council Resolutions


1991

S/RES/713 - 25 September 1991
Arms embargo, applying to (former) Yugoslavia.
S/RES/721 - 27 November 1991
Full compliance with Geneva ceasefire agreement (Croatia).
S/RES/724 - 15 December 1991
Dispatch of small group of personnel (Croatia); mandate UN Sanctions Cmt.


1992

S/RES/727 - 8 January 1992
Dispatch of 50 military liaison officers (Croatia).
S/RES/740 - 7 February 1992
Approval peacekeeping plan; increasing military liaison officers to 75.
S/RES/743 - 21 February 1992
Establishment of UNPROFOR (Croatia) for initial 12 month period.
S/RES/749 - 7 April 1992
Authorization for full deployment of UNPROFOR in UNPA' s (Croatia).
S/RES/752 - 15 May 1992
Stop fighting and outside interference in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
S/RES/753 - 18 May 1992
Recommending General Assembly UN membership of Croatia.
S/RES/754 - 18 May 1992
Recommending General Assembly UN membership of Slovenia.
S/RES/755 - 20 May 1992
Recommending General Assembly UN membership of Bosnia-Herzegovina.
S/RES/757 - 30 May 1992
Mandatory sanctions agaiinst FRY (Serbia and Montenegro).
S/RES/758 - 8 June 1992
UNPROFOR mandate enlarged for re-opening Sarajevo airport.
S/RES/760 - 18 June 1992
Exceptions to sanctions (UNSCR 757).
S/RES/761 - 29 June 1992
Authorization de-ployment UNPROFOR Sarajevo airport / delivery humanitarian aid.
S/RES/762 - 30 June 1992
Joint Commission and strengthening monitoring pink zones (Croatia).
S/RES/764 - 13 July 1992
Additional deployment to sarajevo airport.
S/RES/769 - 7 August 1992
UNPROFOR mandate enlarged to boder controle in UNPAs (Croatia).
S/RES/770 - 13 August 1992
Delivery of humanitarian aid and access to camps, etc. (BH)
S/RES/771 - 13 August 1992
Condemnation of human rights violations (former Yugoslavia).
S/RES/776 - 14 September 1992
UNPROFOR mandate enlarged to protect relief convoys in BH.
S/RES/777 - 19 September 1992
Non- participation of FRY (S+M) in UNGA and apply for UN membership.
S/RES/779 - 6 October 1992
UNPROFOR mandate enlarged, incl. monitoring demilitarization Prevlaka.
S/RES/780 - 6 October 1992
Commission of experts to investigate human rights violations.
S/RES/781 - 9 October 1992
Establishment of No-Fly Zone over Bosnia-Herzegovina.
S/RES/786 - 10 November 1992
Monitoring NFZ, including deployment of 75 UNMOs on airfields.
S/RES/787 - 16 November 1992
Strict implementation UNSCRs 713 & 757; observers for border control BH.
S/RES/795 - 11 December 1992
Authorization for UNPROFOR presence in FYROM.
S/RES/798 - 18 December 1992
Condemnation of abuse of women in BH.


1993

S/RES/802 - 25 January 1993
Cessation of Croation offensive (UNPA South) & safety UN personnel.
S/RES/807 - 19 February 1993
Extension UNPROFOR mandate until 31 March 1993.
S/RES/808 - 22 February 1993
Establishing International Tribunal (former Yugoslavia).
S/RES/815 - 30 March 1993
Implementing UNSCR 802 & extension UNPROFOR mandate till 30 June 1993.
S/RES/816 - 31 March 1993
Extending No-Fly Zone Bosnia-Herzegovina (enforcement).
S/RES/817 - 7 April 1993
Recognition of interim denomination FYROM.
S/RES/819 - 16 April1993
Srebrenica declared "safe area."
S/RES/820 - 17 April 1993
Tightening of sanctions against FRY (S+M) (transit).
S/RES/821 - 28 April 1993
Position FRY (S+M) in UN.
S/RES/824 - 6 May 1993
Sarajevo, Tuzla, Bihac, Gorazde, Zepa, & Srebrenica "safe areas."
S/RES/827 - 25 May 1993
International Tribunal (former) Yugoslavia.
S/RES/836 - 4 June 1993
UNPROFOR mandate enlarged to protect "safe areas" incl. "air power."
S/RES/838 - 10 June 1993
Requesting UN SecGen further reports on border controls.
S/RES/842 - 18 June 1993
Authorization for additional (US) deployments to UNPROFOR-FYROM.
S/RES/843 - 18 June 1993
UNSC Working Group on request for UN assistance.
S/RES/844 - 18 June 1993
Authorization for 7,600 troops for "safe areas" and use of air power.
S/RES/845 - 18 June 1993
Cooperation FYROM-Greece.
S/RES/847 - 30 June 1993
Extension UNPROFOR mandate until 30 september 1993.
S/RES/855 - 9 August 1993
FRY (S+M) to reconsider termination of CSCE monitor missions.
S/RES/859 - 24 August 1993
Principles for a settlement of the BH crisis.
S/RES/869 - 30 September 1993
Extension of UNPROFOR mandate until 1 October 1993.
S/RES/870 - 1 October 1993
Extension of UNPROFOR mandate for 5 days.
S/RES/871 - 4 October 1993
Extension of UNPROFOR mandate until 31 March 1994.
S/RES/877 - 21 October 1993
Appointment Mr. Escovar-Salem as prosecutor Inter-national tribunal.


1994

S/RES/900 - 4 March 1994
"Sarajevo" and feasibility of extending "safe areas."
S/RES/908 - 31 March 1994
Extension UNPROFOR mandate 30/09/94; extra 3,500 troops and CAS Croatia.
S/RES/913 - 22 April 1994
Ceasefire and withdrawal of forces from Gorazde.
S/RES/914 - 27 April 1994
Authorization for increase UNPROFOR strength with 6,500 troops.
S/RES/936 - 8 July1994
Appointment of Mr. Goldstone as prosecutor Inter-national Tribunal.
S/RES/941 - 23 September 1994
Condemnation of "ethnic cleansing" by the Bosnian Serbs.
S/RES/942 - 23 September 1994
Stricter sanctions against the Bosnian Serbs.
S/RES/943 - 23 September 1994
Partial lifting of sanctions against FRY (S+M) for initial 100 days.
S/RES/947 - 30 September 1994
Extension of UNPROFOR mandate until 31 March 1995.
S/RES/958 - 19 November 1994
Extension of air power to Croatia.
S/RES/959 - 19 November 1994
Strengthening "safe areas" Bihac and Sarajevo.
S/RES/967 - 14 December 1994
Allowing export of diphteria anti-serum to FRY (S+M) for 30 days.


1995

S/RES/970 - 12 January 1995
Extending UNSCR 943 with 100 days.
S/RES/981 - 31 March 1995
Establishment of UNCRO (Croatia); mandate till 30 November 1995.
S/RES/982 - 31 March 1995
Restricting UNPROFOR to BH; mandate till 30 November 1995.
S/RES/983 - 31 March 1995
establishment of UNPREDEF (FYROM); mandate till 30 November 1995.
S/RES/987 - 19 April 1995
Safety and security UNPROFOR.
S/RES/988 - 21 April 1995
Extending UNSCR 943 with 75 days.
S/RES/990 - 28 April 1995
Authorizing troop strength of 8,750 for UNCRO (Croatia).
S/RES/992 - 11 May 1995
Use of Iron Gates locks on the Danube.
S/RES/994 - 17 May 1995
Implementation of UNCRO madate in Western Slavonia. (Croatia).
S/RES/998 - 16 June 1995
Authorizing 12,500 extra UNPF / UNPROFOR troops (Rapid Reaction Force).
S/RES/1003 - 5 July 1995
Extending UNSCR 943 with 75 days.
S/RES/1004 - 12 July 1995
Restoration of safe area Srebrenica.
S/RES/1009 - 10 August 1995
Croatian offensive against Sectors North and South (Krajina).
S/RES/1010 - 10 August 1995
Missing persons - Srebrenica and Zepa.
S/RES/1015 - 15 September 1995
Extending UNSCR 943 with 6 months.
S/RES/1016 - 21 September 1995
Calling on parties to continue negotiations and to stop fighting.
S/RES/1019 - 9 November 1995
Condemnation of violations of international humanitarian law.
S/RES/1021 - 22 November 1995
Phased lifting of the arms embargo.
S/RES/1022 - 22 November 1995
Immediate suspension of sanctions on FRY (S+M).
S/RES/1023 - 22 November 1995
Welcoming Basic Agreement on Eastern Slavonia, Baranja and Srem.
S/RES/1025 - 30 November 1995
Extension of UNCRO mandate until 15 January 1996.
S/RES/1026 - 30 November 1995
Extension of UNPROFOR mandate until 31 January 1996.
S/RES/1027 - 30 November 1995
Extension of UNPREDEP mandate until 31 May 1996.
S/RES/1031 - 15 December 1995
Authorization of IFOR; endorsement of HR (Mr. Bildt); interim CivPol.
S/RES/1034 - 21 December 1995
Calling on Bosnian Serbs to cooperate with the ICTY.
S/RES/1035 - 21 December 1995
Establishment of UN CivPol (Annex 11 of the Peace Agreement).


1996

S/RES/1037 - 15 January 1996
UN Security Council Resolution 1037 on UN Peacekeeping Operation UNTAES.
S/RES/1038 - 15 January 1996
UN Security Council Resolution 1038.
S/RES/1043 - 31 January 1996
UN Security Council Resolution 1043.
S/RES/1046 - 13 February 1996
UN Security Council approves Establishment of Force Commander Position for Mission in Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
S/RES/1047 - 29 February 1996
Resignment of Mr. Richard Goldstone and appointment of Mrs. Louise Arbour as Prosecutor of the International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia.
S/RES/1058 - 30 May 1996
UN Security Council Resolution 1058 on the extension of the mandate of UNPREDEP.
S/RES/1066 - 15 July 1996
UN Security Council Resolution 1066.
S/RES/1069 - 30 July 1996
UN Security Council Resolution 1069 authorizing the deployment of 100 military observers as part of UNTAES.
S/RES/1074 - 1 October 1996
UN Security Council Resolution 1074 terminating the embargo on deliveries of weapons and military equipment.
S/RES/1079 - 15 November 1996
UN Security Council Resolution 1079 expressing its full support for UNTAES.
S/RES/1082 - 27 November 1996
UN Security Council Resolution 1082 extending the mandate of UNDREP.
S/RES/1088 - 12 December 1996
UN Security Council Resolution 1088 giving 18-month mandate to new effort to achieve comprehensive implementation of Peace Accords.


1997

S/RES/1093 - 14 January 1997
UN Security Council Resolution 1093 authorizing the United Nations military observers to continue monitoring the demilitarization of the Prevlaka peninsula.
S/RES/1103 - 31 March 1997
UN Security Council Resolution 1103 authorizing an increase in the strength of UNMIBH by 186 police and 11 civilian personnel.
S/RES/1104 - 8 April 1997
UN Security Council Resolution 1104 forwarding the nominations for Judges of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia
S/RES/1105 - 9 April 1997
UN Security Council Resolution 1105 suspending the reduction of the military component of the United Nations Preventive Deployment Force (UNPREDEP)
S/RES/1107 - 16 May 1997
UN Security Council Resolution 1107 authorizing an increase in the strength of UNMIBH by 120 police personnel.
S/RES/1110 - 28 May 1997
UN Security Council Resolution 1110 extending the mandate of UNPREDEP until 30 November 1997 and to start as of 1 October 1997 a two-month phased reduction of the military component by 300 all ranks
S/RES/1112 - 12 June 1997
UN Security Council Resolution 1112 agreeing the designation of Mr. Carlos Westendorp as High Representative in succession to Mr. Carl Bildt
S/RES/1119 - 12 June 1997
UN Security Council Resolution 1119 authorizing the United Nations military observers to continue monitoring the demilitarization of the Prevlaka peninsula
S/RES/1120 - 12 June 1997
UN Security Council Resolution 1120 extending the mandate of UNTAES until 15 January 1998
S/RES/1144 - 19 December 1997
UN Security Council Resolution 1144 extending the mandate of the United Nations Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which includes the IPTF, for an additional period terminating on 21 June.
S/RES/1145 - 19 December 1997
UN Security Council Resolution 1145 establishing a support group of 180 civilian police monitors.


1998

S/RES/1147 - 13 January 1998
UN Security Council Resolution 1147 authorizing the United Nations military observers to continue monitoring the demilitarization of the Prevlaka peninsula.

S/RES/1160 - 31 March 1998
UN Security Council Resolution 1160 calling upon the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia immediately to take the further necessary steps to achieve a political solution to the issue of Kosovo through dialogue.

S/RES/1166 - 13 May 1998
UN Security Council Resolution 1166 deciding to establish a third Trial Chamber of the International Tribunal

S/RES/1184 - 16 July 1998
UN Security Council Resolution 1184 approving the establishment by the United Nations Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina (UNMIBH) of a programme to monitor and assess the court system in Bosnia and Herzegovina


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