Peace Monitoring Group (PMG)
Apr 1988, as Truce Monitoring Group (TMG). Also referred to as Bougainville Truce Monitoring Group and then as Bougainville Peace Monitoring Group. Ceased to exist, 30 June 2003, when replaced by a Bougainville Transition Team of 17 unarmed civilians.
Oversee implementation of the cease fire and support the UN Observer Mission on Bougainville in implementing weapons collection and containment so as to achieve an autonomous Bougainville government.Available with paid subscription only.
Oversaw negotiation and signing, Aug 2001, of the Bougainville Peace Agreement, including provisions for weapons disposal, autonomy and a referendum on the island's future.
Members in 4 countries
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- Research, Standards
- Inspection, Tests
- Cease-Fire, Surrender
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