Resolution 928 (1994)

Adopted by the Security Council at its 3391st meeting, on 20 June 1994

The Security Council,

Reaffirming its resolutions 812 (1993) of 12 March 1993, 846 (1993) of 22 June 1993 and 891 (1993) of 20 December 1993,

Recalling its resolution 872 (1993) of 5 October 1993 establishing the United Nations Assistance Mission for Rwanda (UNAMIR), as well as its resolutions 893 (1994) of 6 January 1994, 909 (1994) of 5 April 1994, 912 (1994) of 21 April 1994, 918 (1994) of 17 May 1994 and 925 (1994) of 8 June 1994,

Having examined the Secretary-General’s report (S/1994/715) on the United Nations Observer Mission for Uganda-Rwanda (UNOMUR) dated 16 June 1994,

Welcoming the extension, as of 14 May 1994, of UNOMUR’s observation and monitoring activities to the entire Uganda/Rwanda border,

Stressing the need for the observance and strict monitoring of the general and complete embargo of all deliveries of weapons and military equipment to Rwanda, as described in paragraph 13 of its resolution 918 (1994),

Considering that the issue of arms flows is one of the major areas of concern in the cease-fire talks currently being held between the Rwandese parties under the auspices of UNAMIR,

  1. Welcomes the Secretary-General’s report (S/1994/715);
  2. Decides to extend the mandate of UNOMUR for a final period of three months until 21 September 1994 and agrees that during this period the number of military observers should be reduced by phases;
  3. Requests the Secretary-General to report to the Council on the termination of UNOMUR before the completion of its mandate;
  4. Expresses appreciation to the Government of Uganda for the cooperation and support it has extended to UNOMUR;
  5. Stresses the importance of continued cooperation between the Ugandan authorities and UNOMUR;
  6. Decides to remain actively seized of the matter.