United Nations Security Council Resolution 1112

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UN Security Council
Resolution 1112

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Carlos Westendorp
Date 12 June 1997
Meeting no. 3,787
Code S/RES/1112 (Document)
SubjectThe situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Voting summary
15 voted for
None voted against
None abstained
Result Adopted
Security Council composition
Permanent members
Non-permanent members

United Nations Security Council resolution 1112, adopted unanimously on 12 June 1997, after recalling 1031 (1995) and 1088 (1996), the Council approved the appointment of Carlos Westendorp as High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina. [1]

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Recalling the Dayton Agreement, the Council expressed appreciation for the work of Carl Bildt as High Representative and agreed for Carlos Westendorp to succeed him. It reaffirmed the role of the High Representative in monitoring the implementation of the Dayton Agreement and co-ordinating the activities of civilian organisations and agencies that were working to implement the Agreement. Finally, it also reaffirmed the role of the High Representative as the final authority regarding the interpretation of Annex 10 on the civilian implementation of the Peace Agreement. [2]

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See also

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Yugoslav Wars ethnic conflicts fought from 1991 to 2001 on the territory of former Yugoslavia

The Yugoslav Wars were a series of separate but related ethnic conflicts, wars of independence and insurgencies fought in the former Yugoslavia from 1991 to 2001, which led to the breakup of the Yugoslav state. Its constituent republics declared independence, despite unresolved tensions between ethnic minorities in the new countries, fueling the wars.

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References

  1. "Security Council agrees to designation of Carlos Westendorp as High Representative for Bosnia peace agreement". United Nations. 12 June 1997.
  2. United Nations, Office of Public Information (1997). UN monthly chronicle, Volume 34. United Nations, Office of Public Information. p. 55.