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Documents on Peace in Southwestern Africa and Transition for Namibian Independence

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*[ The documents appear In chronological order, and cover the period from July 1988 to May 1989. They are outlined in the I.L.M. Table of Documents; I.L.M. Content Summaries have been prepared for every numbered document or group of documents listed in the Table.

[Earlier documents chronicling efforts to bring independence to Namibia appear at 17 I.L.M. 754 (1978), 17 I.L.M. 1305 (1978), 17 I.L.M. 1537 (1978), and 20 I.L.M. 516 (1981).]

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* [Reproduced from the U.S.Department of State Regional Brief on Southwestern Africa, Bureau of Public Affairs, December 1988.]

* Published by the United States Department of State • Bureau of Public Affairs Office of Public Communication • Editorial Division • Washington, D.C. • December 1988 Editor: Colleen Lutz • This material is in the public domain and may be reprinted without permission; citation of this source is appreciated.

* [ The Protocol of Geneva, signed by representatives ol Angola, Cuba, and South Africa on August 5, 1988, is reproduced from the Annex of U.N. Document S/20566 of April 4, 1989. It was made available to the Secretary-General by the Government of South Africa “ in the light of Swapo's incursion into Namibian territory on 31 March 1989 and subsequent escalation of the resulting conflict situation in defiance of Security Council resolutions 435 (1978) [28 I.L.M. 950 (1989)], 629 (1989) [28 I.L.M. 975 (1989) and 632 (1989) [28 I.L.M. 988 (1989)”.]

* [The Agreements of December 22 1988, between Angola, Cuba and South Africa and between Angola and Cuba, were communicated by Note Verbale from the U.S. to the U.N. Secretary-General, and circulated as U.N. Documents S/20346 and 20345 of December 22, 1988. The other documents contain their original U.N. Document numbers.]

* [On January 16, 1989, by unanimously adopting Resolution 628 (1989), the U.N. Security Council welcomed the agreement, expressed full support for it, and called upon the parties concerned to cooperate in its implementation.]

* [0n January 16, 1989, by unanimously adopting Resolution 628 (1989), the U.N. Security Council welcomed the agreement, expressed full support for it, and called upon the parties concerned to cooperate in its implementation.]

* [U.N. Security Council Resolution 626 (1988) was uanimously adopted on December 20, 1988.]

* [The agreements mentioned In paragraph 4 were concluded on December 22, 1989; see 28 I.L.M. 957 and 959 (1989).]

1/ The “adjusted 15th parallel” is a direct line from a point on the coast 30 kilometres south of Namibe to a point on the west bank of the Cunene River, 30 kilometres south of the 15th parallel; thence northwards up the west bank of the Cunene River to the 15th parallel; and thence eastwards along the 15th parallel to the Angolan Zambian border.The “adjusted 13th parallel” is a line running 30 kilometres south of the 13th parallel from the coast to the 16th meridian; thence northwards up to the 16th meridian to the 13th parallel; and thence eastwards to the Angolan-Zambian border.

* [The President of the U.N. Security Council, by letter of December 23, 1988, informed the Secretary-General that the proposed composition of UNAVEM and the appointment of the Chief Military Observer had been brought to the attention of the Security Council members in informal consultations, and they had agreed with the proposals.]

2/ Resolution 22 A (I).

1/ “ Official Records of the Security Council. Forty-second Year, Supplement for January. February and March 1987. document S/18767.

2/ “ Ibid., Supplement for October. November and December 1987. document S/19234.

3/ “ Ibid..,Forty-second Year. 2755th meeting.

* [See explanatory statement of the Secretary-General at 28 I.L.N. 987 (1989).]

* [See explanatory statement of the Secretary-General at 28 I.L.M. 987 (1989).]

* [See explanatory statement of the Secretary-General at 28 I.L.M.” 987 (1989).]

* [ For the appropriate paragraphs of the earlier report see J5 I.L.M. 981, 983 and 984 (1989).]

[U.NT Security Council Resolutfon 632 (1989) was unanimously adopted on February 16, 1989. UNSC Resolutions 431 (1978), 435 (1978) and 629 (1989) appear respectively at 17 l.L.M. 1305 (1978), 17 i.L.M. 1563 (1978) and 28 I.L.M. 975 (1989).]

1/ S/20412.

2/ S/20457.

1/ A/43/249/Add.l.

2/ A/43/249/Add.2.

3/ See resolution 43/223 A.

1/ A/43/997/Add.l.

2/ A/43/997/Add.2.

3/ S/20457.

4/ Were it necessary to deploy rapidly the reserve battalions with logistic support units totalling 2,850 troops, there would be a non-recurrent cost in the amount of up to 82.2 million dollars for their emplacement, at seven days’ notice, and a recurrent monthly cost in the amount of 7.5 million dollars.

5/ See resolution 43/223 A.

* [The Agreement between the United Nations and South Africa concerning the Status of the United Nations Transition Assistance Group in Namibia was signed in New York, March 10, 1989. It was circulated to the Security Council by the Secretary-General as part of his reporting responsibilities on Namibia, as the annex to U.N. Document S/20412/Add. 1 of March 16, 1989.]

* [See the memorandum of understanding at 28 I.L.M. 1008 (1989).]

* [See the memorandum of understanding at 28 I.L.M. 1008 (1989).]

* [The Mount Etjo Declaration and the Joint Statement at 28 I.L.M. 1015 were provided to International Legal Materials by the U.S. Department of State.]

* [Reproduced from U.N. Document S/20647* of May 22, 1989,Annex.]

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