United Nations Advance Mission in Cambodia (UNAMIC)

Mission préparatoire des Nations Unies au Cambodge (MIPRENUC)

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1991-10-23 Paris France


23 Oct 1991, Paris (France), on signature of T-XT9097 - Agreement on a Comprehensive Political Settlement of the Cambodia Conflict (Paris Agreement), the E-XE3376 - United Nations Security Council (UNSC) having decided, in its resolution 717, 16 Oct 1991, to establish UNAMIC under its authority. Part of United Nations Peace-keeping Operations, within the framework of A-XA3375 - United Nations (UN). Operational from 9 Nov 1991. Headquarters in Phnom Penh (Cambodia). Part of U-XF2395 - United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia (UNTAC) on establishment of that Authority, Feb 1992. Completed Mar 1992.


Use its good offices, including passing of messages between the parties and arranging meetings between them, to resolve difficulties, restore the status quo and determine measures to be taken to avoid recurrence of cease-fire violations.


Under the command of the United Nations, vested in the Secretary-General under the authority of the Security Council. The duration of its mandate - expected to be less than 6 months - extends from signature of the Agreements until the establishment of UNTAC by the Security Council and the adoption of its budget by the General Assembly. At that time, UNAMIC will be absorbed into UNTAC. The mission is led in the field by a civilian Chief Liaison Officer. Command of the military elements of UNAMIC is entrusted to a Senior Military Liaison Officer.


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