3413th Meeting of Security Council: Situation in Haiti - Part 1

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31-Jul-1994 01:32:47
The Security Council confirmed its readiness to consider the imposition of additional measures if the military authorities in Haiti continued to impede the activities of the United Nations Mission in Haiti (UNMIH) or failed to comply in full with its relevant resolutions and the provisions of the Governors Island Agreement at the 3413th meeting.

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The Security Council condemned the continued disregard of the Governer’s Island agreements by the illegal de facto regime, and the regime's refusal to cooperate with the efforts by the United Nations and the Organization of American States (OAS) to bring about their implementation.

The Council is gravely concerned by the significant further deterioration of the humanitarian situation in Haiti, in particular the continuing escalation by the illegal de facto regime of systematic violations of civil liberties, the desperate plight of Haitian refugees and the recent expulsion of the staff of the International Civilian Mission (MICIVIH).

For further details please see official record:
S/PV.3413
S/RES/940(1994)
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