Resolutions Adopted by the United Nations on the Cyprus Problem.
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Published by Nicosia, Cyprus: Press and Information Office, 1999 .
Written in English


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FormatPaperback
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Open LibraryOL13211624M
ISBN 109963382010
ISBN 109789963382019
OCLC/WorldCa44893335

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Resolutions adopted by the United Nations on the Cyprus problem, [Nicosia]: Press and Information Office, Republic of Cyprus, [] (OCoLC) Cyprus”, is invalid, and will contribute to a worsening of the situation in Cyprus, Reaffirming its resolutions () and (), Aware of the need for a solution of the Cyprus problem, based on the mission of good offices undertaken by the Secretary-General, Affirming its continuing support for the United Nations Peace-Keeping Force. A United Nations resolution (UN resolution) is a formal text adopted by a United Nations (UN) body. Although any UN body can issue resolutions, in practice most resolutions are issued by the Security Council or the General Assembly. INTRODUCTION. Since the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in July-August and the subsequent occupation of nearly 40 percent of its territory, the Security Council, which is the principal organ of the United Nations entrusted with the primary responsibility for the maintenance of international peace and security, adopted numerous resolutions on the Situation in Cyprus.

ANNEX III RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY THE UN SECURITY COUNCIL offices given to the Secretary-General and requests him to undertake new efforts to attain an overall solution to the Cyprus problem in conformity with the principles of the Charter of the United Nations and the provisions for such a settlement laid down in the pertinent United. United Nations Security Council resolution , adopted unanimously on 29 June , after reaffirming all resolutions on the situation in Cyprus, particularly Resolution (), the Council addressed the Secretary-General Kofi Annan's mission of good offices in Cyprus.. The Security Council reiterated its concern at the lack of progress towards a political settlement of the Cyprus . Numerous resolutions on the Cyprus issue have been adopted by the Security Council, the General Assembly and other United Nations bodies since forces from the Republic of Cyprus as an essential basis for a speedy and mutually acceptable solution of the Cyprus problem and demanded the immediate withdrawal of all occupation forces from. The Cyprus Problem and the United Nations. Andreas J. Jacovides Unanimous or near-unanimous resolutions are adopted by the General Assembly and are endorsed by the Security Council calling for the withdrawal of the Turkish troops, for the return of the refugees, for the respect of the sovereignty, independence, and territorial integrity of.

e-Subscription lets you sign up to receive UN documents electronically At the UN's e-Subscription page you can select what documents you want to receive by . United Nations Security Council resolution , adopted unanimously on 27 June , after recalling all resolutions on Cyprus, particularly resolutions (), () and (), the Council extended the mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) until 31 December Cyprus agreed to a further extension of the UNFICYP . Resolutions and decisions adopted by the United Nations Environment Assembly of the United Nations Environment Programme at its first session on 27 June Contents Resolutions Resolution Title Page number 1/1. Ministerial outcome document of the first session of the United Nations Environment. Recommends that the Security Council should examine the question of the implementation, .