UN Documents for Cyprus: Security Council Resolutions

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14 December 2005 S/RES/1642 This resolution extended the mandate of UNFICYP until 15 June 2006.
15 June 2005 S/RES/1604 This resolution extended the mandate of UNFICYP until 15 December 2005.
22 August 2004 S/RES/1568 This resolution endorsed the recommended changes to the concept of operations and force level of UNFICYP.
11 June 2004 S/RES/1548 This resolution welcomed the Secretary-General's intention to conduct a review of the UNFICYP mandate.
14 April 2003 S/RES/1475 This resolution gave its full support to the Secretary-General’s second revision of his plan to reach a comprehensive settlement.
29 June 1999 S/RES/1251 This resolution expressed concern about the military build-up on both sides.
29 June 1999 S/RES/1250 This resolution called upon the two leaders to resume negotiations under the auspices of the Secretary-General and committing to a set of principles.
22 December 1998 S/RES/1217 This resolution welcomed the establishment of a civil affairs branch for UNFICYP.
29 July 1994 S/RES/939 This resolution requested the Secretary-General to start consultations.
11 June 1993 S/RES/839 This resolution endorsed the package of confidence-building measures.
27 May 1993 S/RES/831 This resolution changed the method of financing for UNFICYP and decided that UNFICYP’s costs not covered by voluntary contributions should be financed by member states through assessed contributions, and restructured the composition of the force.
26 August 1992 S/RES/774 This resolution endorsed the Set of Ideas.
10 April 1992 S/RES/750 This resolution endorsed the Secretary-Genera "Set of Ideas".
11 October 1991 S/RES/716 This resolution reaffirmed that its position on the solution to the Cyprus problem is based on one state of Cyprus comprising two politically equal communities as defined by the Secretary-General in his 8 March 1990 report.
12 March 1990 S/RES/649 This resolution for the first time provided a detailed framework for the negotiations: called upon the leaders of the two communities to pursue their efforts to reach a solution providing for the establishment of a federation that would be bi-communal as regards the constitutional aspects and bi-zonal as regards the territorial aspects in line with the 1977 and 1979 agreements and to cooperate on an equal footing with the Secretary-General.