UN Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK)
Mission d'administration intérimaire des Nations unies au Kosovo
Misión de Administración Provisional de las Naciones Unidas en Kosovo
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1999-06-10 New York NY USA
Implement a recovery plan to assist the process of building peace, democracy, stability and self-government in Kosovo; perform basic civilian administration functions; promote establishment of substantial autonomy and self-government; facilitate a political process to determine future status; coordinate humanitarian and disaster relief activities of all international agencies; support reconstruction of key infrastructure; promote human rights; ensure safe and unimpeded return of all refugees and displaced persons; maintain law and order in conjunction with the Kosovo Police Force.
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Comprises political, humanitarian, civil affairs, legal, police, military, public information, administrative and logistic personnel and consultants, headed by the Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Kosovo (SRSG). Regional Administrators (5); Municipal Administrators (30). Municipal Boards, headed by Chief Executive Officers, act as executive bodies at local level and are responsible for day-to-day running of services.
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