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Subject Files - United Nations Truce Supervision Organization (UNTSO)

Series consists of correspondence, incoming and outgoing cables, reports and manuals.

Subjects include but are not limited to the following: crossing of Banat Yacoub Bridge; personnel leave and time off; use of white flag; standing operational procedure manuals; regulations regarding traveling in the frontier area of Syria; reporting of firings and overflights; visits to outstations and observation posts; and use of United Nations vehicles for private purposes.

Correspondents include Lieut. Colonel R .A. G. Pirlot, Belgian Army; Lieut. Colonel J. G. A. P. Bertrand, Canadian Army; Lieut. Colonel J. E. L. Castonguy, Canadian Army; Lieut. Colonel C. F. Moe, Norwegian Army; Captain J. De Ghellinek; Major F. J. Swan, Canadian Army; Captain Jim Hagen, Norwegian Army; Major General Von Horn, Chief of Staff, UNTSO; and Lieut. Colonel K. R. Nelson, U. S. Army, Assistant to the Chief of Staff.

Political Affairs

S-0295 contains records concerning political activities of the United Nations Operation in Mozambique (ONUMOZ).

Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG)
Correspondence consists of: weekly situation reports sent from the Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG) to the Secretary-General; letters exchanged between the SRSG and government officials, foreign embassies, and representatives of non-governmental organizations; summaries of weapons verification activities; and timetables for the implementation of the General Peace Agreement. The correspondence files also contain reports and memoranda about: the disbanding of militias and para-military forces; the demobilization of RENAMO soldiers; mine clearance activities; the visits of foreign dignitaries to Mozambique; and the political climate in Lesotho.

Correspondence on political matters consists of: talking points and summaries of meetings between the SRSG and the President of the Republic of Mozambique, Joaquim Chissano; political reports from the SRSG to the Secretary-General describing activities undertaken in fulfillment of the mission mandate; summaries of political-military events on Mozambican borders; and summaries of RENAMO’s complaints to the Cease-Fire Commission (CCF).

Also included are: summaries of meetings between the President of the Republic of Mozambique, Joaquim Chissano, and the President of RENAMO, Mr. Afonso Dhaklama; statements made by President Joachim Chissano to the General Assembly; speeches made by President Joachim Chissano; discussion and strategy papers on the reintegration of demobilized soldiers and refugees into post-war civilian life; records concerning the registration of political parties for the national elections; minutes of the Force Commander’s meetings with Regional Commanders; minutes and agendas for Operations Meetings; agreements related to United Nations-produced radio and television programs, as well as scripts of some programs; and ONUMOZ organization charts.

Incidents reports describe: demonstrations and rioting; looting; hostage-taking; arson; road and bridge blockades laid by RENAMO and the Liberation Front of Mozambique (FRELIMO); and activities of demobilized soldiers demanding pay and of local militia.

Records of the Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) include: annotated drafts of the Agreement (which clarified the legal status of the United Nations Operations in Mozambique); and correspondence between Mozambican government officials and United Nations personnel.

Records pertaining to the national elections held 27-28 October 1994 include: plans for the deployment of the electoral component; reports on electoral activities in provinces, which provide information about registration, civic education activities, and political parties; reports concerning access to RENAMO-controlled territories for the setting up of election activities; guidelines for International Election Observers, who were drawn from United Nations Member States and United Nations organizations; training materials for civic education agents; briefing notes on electoral law; and summaries of complaints received by the Electoral Division concerning fraud and irregularities in the electoral process.

Civilian Police documents include: investigative reports; plans and reports concerning the deployment of Civilian Police; planning materials for a Human Rights Training Course for the Civilian Police component of ONUMOZ; briefing notes for Civilian Police meetings with the SRSG; Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) of the Civilian Police; summaries of Civilian Police meetings with officials of the Government of Mozambique, and with RENAMO officials.

Records of the Supervision and Monitoring Commission (CSC) include: summaries of decisions taken at meetings; memoranda issued by the president of the Commission; reports of the chairman of the Commission; and statements made by international members of the Commission.

Records of the Joint Commission for the Formation of the Mozambican Defence Force (CCFADM) include: reports concerning the condition of training centers for the new Mozambican Defence Force; memoranda regarding the selection of soldiers and instructors for training centers; and correspondence between the SRSG and the Secretary-General about the progress on training the new Mozambican Defence Force.

Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General (DSRSG)
Records consist of: correspondence between the Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General (DSRSG) and the director of the United Nations Office for Humanitarian Assistance Coordination (UNOHAC); correspondence between the DSRSG and the Force Commander and the Chief of Staff; reports from the Force Commander to the Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG) and the Department of Peace-keeping Operations (DPKO) headquarters in New York; correspondence between the president of the National Police Affairs Commission (COMPOL) and the SRSG; mission security and evacuation plans; and notes to the file.

Records pertaining to the national elections held 27-28 October 1994 include: summaries of ballot counts; statements by political parties; correspondence between the DSRSG and the SRSG regarding election matters; summaries of electoral activities in provinces; reports of Electoral Division activities to the DSRSG and the SRSG; project documents on deployment of the Electoral Component; deliberations of the National Elections Commission; field reports from Electoral Observers; speeches and statements made by the SRSG during the elections; and procedural documents regarding the Mozambique Electoral Tribunal.

Records pertaining to the Mozambican National Resistance (RENAMO) include: summaries of meetings between the DSRSG and RENAMO officials; speeches made by Afonso Dhlakama; reports on the status of children in RENAMO-controlled areas; reports on conditions, incidents and activities in RENAMO-controlled areas; reports concerning the demobilization status of RENAMO soldiers; correspondence between Afonso Dhlakama and the Secretary-General.

Records of the Joint Commission for the Formation of the Mozambican Defence Force (CCFADM) include: correspondence between the DSRSG, who served as Chairman of the CCFADM, and delegation representatives; summaries of meetings between CCFADM and Cease-Fire Commission (CFF) delegation representatives; reports detailing the handover of weapons from the Government of Mozambique and RENAMO to training centers of the Armed Forces for the Defence of Mozambique (FADM); and reports on the movement of soldiers from Assembly Areas to training centers.

Commissions Secretariat
The Commissions Secretariat maintained the records of the Supervision and Monitoring Commission (CSC) and two of its three UN-chaired subsidiary commissions, the Cease-Fire Commission (CCF) and the Joint Commission for the Formation of the Mozambican Defence Force (CCFADM).

Records of the Supervision and Monitoring Commission (CSC) include meeting minutes, as well as annexes, implementation timetables, notes to the file, and related correspondence, reports and memoranda. Also included are signed agreements concerning Assembly Area locations, demining, and salary for the Armed Forces for the Defence of Mozambique (FADM).

Records of the Cease-Fire Commission (CCF) include: meeting minutes, summaries of tripartite meetings among representatives of ONUMOZ, RENAMO and the Government of Mozambique; and notes to the file. Also included are signed agreements concerning: rules of conduct in Assembly Areas; mine clearance; and the dismantling of paramilitary forces.

Records of the Joint Commission for the Formation of the Mozambican Defence Force (CCFADM) include: meeting minutes; summaries of informal meetings among representatives of ONUMOZ, RENAMO, the Government of Mozambique, Portugal, France and the United Kingdom; and notes to the file. Also included are signed agreements concerning the structure of the FADM and the symbology of rank badges.

Cease-Fire Commission (CCF)
Records include: correspondence between the Chairman of the Cease-Fire Commission and the Chief of the Technical Unit for Demobilization regarding activities in Assembly Areas; and guidelines concerning the handover of military equipment and the demolition of explosives and ammunition.

S-0295 contains records concerning political activities of the United Nations Operation in Mozambique (ONUMOZ).

Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG)
Correspondence consists of: weekly situation reports sent from the Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG) to the Secretary-General; letters exchanged between the SRSG and government officials, foreign embassies, and representatives of non-governmental organizations; summaries of weapons verification activities; and timetables for the implementation of the General Peace Agreement. The correspondence files also contain reports and memoranda about: the disbanding of militias and para-military forces; the demobilization of RENAMO soldiers; mine clearance activities; the visits of foreign dignitaries to Mozambique; and the political climate in Lesotho.

Correspondence on political matters consists of: talking points and summaries of meetings between the SRSG and the President of the Republic of Mozambique, Joaquim Chissano; political reports from the SRSG to the Secretary-General describing activities undertaken in fulfillment of the mission mandate; summaries of political-military events on Mozambican borders; and summaries of RENAMO’s complaints to the Cease-Fire Commission (CCF).

Also included are: summaries of meetings between the President of the Republic of Mozambique, Joaquim Chissano, and the President of RENAMO, Mr. Afonso Dhaklama; statements made by President Joachim Chissano to the General Assembly; speeches made by President Joachim Chissano; discussion and strategy papers on the reintegration of demobilized soldiers and refugees into post-war civilian life; records concerning the registration of political parties for the national elections; minutes of the Force Commander’s meetings with Regional Commanders; minutes and agendas for Operations Meetings; agreements related to United Nations-produced radio and television programs, as well as scripts of some programs; and ONUMOZ organization charts.

Incidents reports describe: demonstrations and rioting; looting; hostage-taking; arson; road and bridge blockades laid by RENAMO and the Liberation Front of Mozambique (FRELIMO); and activities of demobilized soldiers demanding pay and of local militia.

Records of the Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) include: annotated drafts of the Agreement (which clarified the legal status of the United Nations Operations in Mozambique); and correspondence between Mozambican government officials and United Nations personnel.

Records pertaining to the national elections held 27-28 October 1994 include: plans for the deployment of the electoral component; reports on electoral activities in provinces, which provide information about registration, civic education activities, and political parties; reports concerning access to RENAMO-controlled territories for the setting up of election activities; guidelines for International Election Observers, who were drawn from United Nations Member States and United Nations organizations; training materials for civic education agents; briefing notes on electoral law; and summaries of complaints received by the Electoral Division concerning fraud and irregularities in the electoral process.

Civilian Police documents include: investigative reports; plans and reports concerning the deployment of Civilian Police; planning materials for a Human Rights Training Course for the Civilian Police component of ONUMOZ; briefing notes for Civilian Police meetings with the SRSG; Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) of the Civilian Police; summaries of Civilian Police meetings with officials of the Government of Mozambique, and with RENAMO officials.

Records of the Supervision and Monitoring Commission (CSC) include: summaries of decisions taken at meetings; memoranda issued by the president of the Commission; reports of the chairman of the Commission; and statements made by international members of the Commission.

Records of the Joint Commission for the Formation of the Mozambican Defence Force (CCFADM) include: reports concerning the condition of training centers for the new Mozambican Defence Force; memoranda regarding the selection of soldiers and instructors for training centers; and correspondence between the SRSG and the Secretary-General about the progress on training the new Mozambican Defence Force.

Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General (DSRSG)
Records consist of: correspondence between the Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General (DSRSG) and the director of the United Nations Office for Humanitarian Assistance Coordination (UNOHAC); correspondence between the DSRSG and the Force Commander and the Chief of Staff; reports from the Force Commander to the Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG) and the Department of Peace-keeping Operations (DPKO) headquarters in New York; correspondence between the president of the National Police Affairs Commission (COMPOL) and the SRSG; mission security and evacuation plans; and notes to the file.

Records pertaining to the national elections held 27-28 October 1994 include: summaries of ballot counts; statements by political parties; correspondence between the DSRSG and the SRSG regarding election matters; summaries of electoral activities in provinces; reports of Electoral Division activities to the DSRSG and the SRSG; project documents on deployment of the Electoral Component; deliberations of the National Elections Commission; field reports from Electoral Observers; speeches and statements made by the SRSG during the elections; and procedural documents regarding the Mozambique Electoral Tribunal.

Records pertaining to the Mozambican National Resistance (RENAMO) include: summaries of meetings between the DSRSG and RENAMO officials; speeches made by Afonso Dhlakama; reports on the status of children in RENAMO-controlled areas; reports on conditions, incidents and activities in RENAMO-controlled areas; reports concerning the demobilization status of RENAMO soldiers; correspondence between Afonso Dhlakama and the Secretary-General.

Records of the Joint Commission for the Formation of the Mozambican Defence Force (CCFADM) include: correspondence between the DSRSG, who served as Chairman of the CCFADM, and delegation representatives; summaries of meetings between CCFADM and Cease-Fire Commission (CFF) delegation representatives; reports detailing the handover of weapons from the Government of Mozambique and RENAMO to training centers of the Armed Forces for the Defence of Mozambique (FADM); and reports on the movement of soldiers from Assembly Areas to training centers.

Commissions Secretariat
The Commissions Secretariat maintained the records of the Supervision and Monitoring Commission (CSC) and two of its three UN-chaired subsidiary commissions, the Cease-Fire Commission (CCF) and the Joint Commission for the Formation of the Mozambican Defence Force (CCFADM).

Records of the Supervision and Monitoring Commission (CSC) include meeting minutes, as well as annexes, implementation timetables, notes to the file, and related correspondence, reports and memoranda. Also included are signed agreements concerning Assembly Area locations, demining, and salary for the Armed Forces for the Defence of Mozambique (FADM).

Records of the Cease-Fire Commission (CCF) include: meeting minutes, summaries of tripartite meetings among representatives of ONUMOZ, RENAMO and the Government of Mozambique; and notes to the file. Also included are signed agreements concerning: rules of conduct in Assembly Areas; mine clearance; and the dismantling of paramilitary forces.

Records of the Joint Commission for the Formation of the Mozambican Defence Force (CCFADM) include: meeting minutes; summaries of informal meetings among representatives of ONUMOZ, RENAMO, the Government of Mozambique, Portugal, France and the United Kingdom; and notes to the file. Also included are signed agreements concerning the structure of the FADM and the symbology of rank badges.

Cease-Fire Commission (CCF)
Records include: correspondence between the Chairman of the Cease-Fire Commission and the Chief of the Technical Unit for Demobilization regarding activities in Assembly Areas; and guidelines concerning the handover of military equipment and the demolition of explosives and ammunition.

Administration

S-1821 contains records concerning the administrative activities of the United Nations Peace Forces (UNPF) and the United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR).

Division of Administration
The End of Mission Report of the Division of Administration describes the establishment, development and functions of the mission’s administrative sections, as well as problems encountered and lessons learned. Annexes to the report include: summaries of Security Council resolutions relevant to the former Yugoslavia; political and military background information on the conflict; organization charts; and tables and graphs depicting statistical information on the work of the Division of Administration. Also included is the Liquidation Report, which covers topics such as: the sale and disposal of assets, security, finance, personnel, communications, engineering, and transport.

Records pertaining to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) include: updates on political and military issues affecting NATO; summaries of NATO operations; agreements between NATO and the UN regarding cooperation and mutual support; operation plans for the transfer of theatre command authority from UNPROFOR to NATO; and correspondence and reports related to the transfer of supplies and technical assets from UNPROFOR to NATO. There are also records relating to the NATO-led Peace Implementation Force (IFOR), which include: correspondence, reports, and memoranda about the transition of peace-keeping responsibility from UNPROFOR to IFOR and the division of responsibilities between the two forces; and meeting minutes and terms of reference for the UNPF Steering Committee on Transition of Responsibilities in the Former Yugoslavia.

Records pertaining to the Camp Pleso Logistics Base in Zagreb consist of: comments on the Memoranda of Understanding concerning UNPROFOR’s occupancy of the Air Force Base Pleso; a survey of Camp Pleso; ground and building plans and maps; Standard Operating Procedures for the base; reports on physical security and procedures for entry to the base; and reports concerning soil pollution near the Pleso base.

Also included are records pertaining to the Rapid Reaction Force (RRF), which consist of: briefings for and summaries of meetings on winterization; and memoranda, correspondence and reports covering such topics as premises occupied by the RRF, staging facilities, and deployment. Records pertaining to Ploce Port in Croatia consist of: political analyses of Ploce Port operations; summaries of meetings on the use of Ploce Port as an entry point for RRF reinforcements; memoranda on aspects of the Status of Forces Agreement dealing with Ploce Port; reports of visits to Ploce Port by high-level UNPF officials; and ground plans.

Records of the Division of Administration also include: administrative circulars; mission-wide security plans and guidelines; memoranda regarding security plans for the Zagreb area; reports detailing alert stages and alert measures; and minutes of Camp Commandants meetings and ground plans of the Ilica Headquarters in Zagreb.

Chief Administrative Officer
Included are records pertaining to relations with the host countries of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia, and Yugoslavia. These consist of: correspondence and summaries of meetings between UNPROFOR officials and government officials of Bosnia and Herzegovina; updates on the political situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina; summaries of meetings between UNPROFOR officials and members of the Croatian Police; correspondence regarding incidents and procedures at Croatian borders and checkpoints; agreements and Memoranda of Understanding between the United Nations and the Croatian Ministry of Defence; memoranda on regulations for bringing goods into Croatia; reports of logistic fact-finding missions to Macedonia; reconnaissance reports and summaries of meetings on the deployment of troops in Macedonia; minutes of meetings between UNPROFOR officials and government officials of the Republic of Slovenia; correspondence on the movement of UNPROFOR personnel across Slovenian borders; maps of road and rail networks in Slovenia; and correspondence between UNPROFOR officials and government officials of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY).

Files on security include: reports on civilian protests at UNPROFOR headquarters; incident reports; security assessments; analyses of mission security plans; memoranda on disciplinary measures and procedures, and on logistics matters in conflict areas.

Also included are records on security activities in the following UNPROFOR-designated sectors: Sector East, Sector North, Sector South, Sector West, and Sector Sarajevo. These records consist of: summaries of visits to sectors by the Chief Administrative Officer, the Chief of Security, and the Force Engineer; summaries of fact-finding missions to sectors; correspondence discussing security aspects of potential locations for headquarters of mission branches; summaries of meetings on boundaries of United Nations Protected Areas (UNPAs); sketches of borders and confrontation lines; and correspondence concerning booby traps set by Croatian Police.

Also included are: reports describing the role and organization of Civil Affairs; correspondence and summaries of meetings of the Commission of Experts, discussing the provision of practical assistance for investigations of mass graves; and correspondence related to the Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) between the United Nations and the Government of Croatia.

Chief of Administrative Services
Records pertaining to the Board of Inquiry (BOI) include: procedures for initiating, conducting, investigating and closing BOI cases regarding accidents and incidents; meetings minutes; reports concerning the progression of cases and the roles and responsibilities of BOI personnel; and memoranda and reports on the establishment of the BOI Secretariat and the Standing Review Board.

Records pertaining to the Rapid Reaction Force (RRF) include: memoranda on the funding and deployment of the RRF in Ploce Port, Croatia, and in Bosnia; and correspondence and memoranda about the use of premises by the RRF. Records related to Ploce Port and Split Port cover topics such as lease negotiations, engineering projects, and the use of the Ports by the RRF.

Records pertaining to Status of Forces Agreements (SOFA) include briefs on: the application of privileges and immunities; import and export tariffs; the use of premises; and the implications of the SOFA on lease and service contracts.

Records also include: correspondence and reports discussing the transition between UNPF and the Peace Implementation Forces (IFOR); memoranda and reports discussing the withdrawal of the United Nations Confidence Restoration Operation (UNCRO) from Croatia; policy briefs and comments on security directives; correspondence and memoranda pertaining to premises used by the mission in Belgrade; briefings, agendas, and summaries for visits to the mission by United Nations officials, foreign dignitaries, and representatives of non-governmental organizations, as well as visitors’ reflections on the experience; and the Troop-Contributing Nations Aide Memoire.

Sector Administrative Officer, Sector South
The Sector Administrative Office of Sector South, headquartered in Knin, Croatia, coordinated the resources of engineering, logistics, technical and administrative support for the Sector South Commander. Records consist of: reports of visits to crossing points in Sector South; operation orders on the monitoring of crossing points; evacuation plans; and Sector South orientation documents. Security files contain correspondence, memoranda and reports on such topics as: measures relating to alert states; the protection of civilians; restrictions on freedom of movement; mine awareness; Sector South headquarters defense; and contingency planning. Also included in the security files are: security situation reports and security orders; minutes of meetings of the Security Committee; statements of vehicle hijacking incidents; and hijacking preventive measures.

Management Review Unit
The Management Review Unit recommended programmes, policies, procedures and structures to improve the managerial efficiency of the mission. Records consist of: papers describing the functions, organization and staffing of divisions and offices, including the Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG), the Force Commander, Civil Affairs, and Field Administrative Services; and papers pertaining to management communication processes and to the global management of peacekeeping missions, including memoranda and notes on terms of reference, framework design, operational support, and future management strategy. Other records include: memoranda on the organization and functions of air operations; findings of studies undertaken to integrate logistics operations within the mission, particularly within the Military Division; Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for a variety of transport and maintenance issues; organization charts; leases and lists of premises used by the mission in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Macedonia; and speeches made at the presentation of the UNPFOR budget to the Advisory Committee for Administrative and Budgetary Questions (ACABQ) in June 1994.

Division of Administration, End of Mission Report Team
Included are records used to create the End of Mission Report of the Division of Administration. The Chief Administrative Officer’s Weekly Diary contains information about the political and military situation, as well as summaries of local media stories and updates from the Chief Administrative Office, Engineering Services, Integrated Support Services, Field Administration, Sector Administration Offices, and Communications and Information Services. The Historical Chronology includes a guide to political and military events in the former Yugoslavia, and details activities and support requirements of the mission. It also has charts and tables which provide monthly and yearly figures on military strength and civilian staff.

Also included are selected issues of and excerpts from internal mission publications including: UNPF News, UNPROFOR News, and UNPROFOR Magazine. Selected issues of Information Notes, a publication of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), include graphs, maps, and summaries of developments on such topics as: refugee movement and resettlement; aid distribution destinations; frontlines and areas of tension; and social service projects.

Public Information Office (PIO)

S-1820 contains records concerning public information and communications support provided to the United Nations Preventive Deployment Force (UNPREDEP).

Public Information Office (PIO)
Records consist of daily and weekly summaries describing national and international news, as reported in Macedonian newspapers, television, and radio outlets and with particular attention to countries bordering Macedonia. Media outlets include: the newspapers Vecer, Dnevnik, Nova Makedonija, and Makedonija Denes, Delo, Puls, Fokus, and Forum; Macedonian Radio and Radio NOMA; and the television stations Telma, MTV 1 and A1 TV. Daily summaries cover the activities of UNPREDEP, and provide commentary on news events. The topics include: activities of the Government of the Republic of Macedonia and of President Kiro Gligorov; local political developments, including election results and appointments of government ministers; the presence of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) forces in Macedonia; interethnic relations, including updates on the flag-displaying legislation and language disputes; civilian demonstrations; Macedonian foreign relations, including Macedonian-Taiwanese relations and Macedonian-Serbian relations; the entry of refugees into Macedonia; and the extension of the UNPREDEP mandate. Daily summaries also include transcripts of interviews with: the Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG); Macedonian government ministers; and leaders of political parties.

Electoral Division

S-1811 contains records concerning provision of support and assistance by the United Nations Observer Mission in El Salvador (ONUSAL) for the conduct of the national elections, which were held on 20 March of 1994.

Electoral Division
Records consist of: operational support plans for the elections; progress reports on the activities of the Electoral Division; plans and reports describing observation and monitoring activities enacted in regions; lists of polling stations; analyses of the media coverage of the electoral process; statements signed by candidates; reports describing problems in the process of issuing voter registration cards (carnets); descriptions of ONUSAL’s election-related activities with non-governmental organizations; and electoral and political reports prepared by ONUSAL’s regional offices. Correspondence covers such topics as: the selection and establishment of polling sites; the selection of electoral observers, who were deployed at polling sites to verify that electoral activities took place in a free and fair atmosphere; allegations of electoral fraud; and activities and events held by political parties. Records pertaining to ONUSAL’s preparatory mission for the elections include: work plans; reports assessing the pre-electoral climate; reports examining Salvadoran institutions integral to the electoral process; and reports monitoring fulfillment of the Chapultepec Peace Accords.

Records on political parties consist of: papers describing the principles and objectives of political parties; correspondence between ONUSAL officials and political party leaders; and complaints made about irregularities in the electoral process and improper conduct of public officials and candidates. Also included are lists, tables and statistics compiled by ONUSAL on: voting activities; voting centers; complaints and incidents in departments and municipalities; and the process of issuing voter registration cards (carnets) to members of the public. Records of the El Salvadoran Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE) include: correspondence between ONUSAL officials and TSE officials; analyses of political parties; interviews with members of political parties; and reports on problems with El Salvador’s electoral process and possible solutions.

Electoral Division, Regional Office of San Salvador
Records consist of: information circulars and memoranda on the freedom of association; reports of the registration process in San Salvador towns and municipalities; lists of mayors; reports of the Electoral Division; codes of conduct followed in departments during electoral campaigns; operational support plans for the election as enacted in San Salvador and in other regions; booklets, brochures and publicity materials issued by non-governmental organizations that assisted with voter registration; and papers on election strategy, the recount process in San Salvador, methodology for electoral observation, and the organization and functions of the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE). Correspondence covers such topics as: selection of and requests for electoral observers; plans for voter registration events; alleged registration and electoral fraud; updates on candidates; campaign events; and post-election wrap-up. Records concerning electoral observers include: data on deployment; orientation materials on the departments of El Salvador; observation procedures; and reports on campaign events.

Complaints include reports of: illegal campaigning; registration and electoral fraud; vandalism; and threats and acts of violence intended to influence voters. Records documenting ONUSAL activities in the Department of Cuscatlan include: notes for the file about registration problems; lists of officials and non-governmental organizations active in the Department; and reports and statistics on the issuing of voter registration cards and the election. Records documenting ONUSAL activities in the Department of La Libertad include: correspondence between officials of the Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front (FMLN) and ONUSAL officials; results of voter registration drives; reports of visits to mayoralties (alcaldias); papers on the process of document verification and issuing of voter registration cards.

Regional Offices

S-1807 contains records concerning political activities of the United Nations Observer Mission in El Salvador (ONUSAL).

Deputy Head of Mission
Records consist of: summaries of meetings between ONUSAL and members of the Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front (FMLN); analytical summaries of political reports from regional offices; timetables for the implementation of the Chapultepec Peace Accords; statements, reports, aide memoire and meeting summaries produced during visits by Marrack Goulding to El Salvador in November 1993 and Madeleine Albright, United States Ambassador to the United Nations, to El Salvador in July 1993; as well as summaries of meetings between the Head of Mission and Alfredo Christiani, President of El Salvador.

Also included are monthly reports of the Land Transfer and Reintegration Programme (PTT); reports to the Secretary-General about the PTT; aide memoire and minutes of meetings of the Joint Group of the PTT, which consisted of representatives of the Government of El Salvador, ONUSAL and the Farabundo Marti Popular Liberation Front; and reports describing delays and obstructions to implementing the PTT.

Political Officers Section
Records consist of: discussion papers issued by human rights organizations on the human rights situation in El Salvador; records documenting relations between ONUSAL and non-governmental organizations working to promote human rights; memoranda and manuals describing the role of the government in the monitoring of human rights abuses; and records concerning the protocol enacted during ONUSAL’s investigations of human rights violations.

Also included are records pertaining to the operation of the Preliminary Mission established in El Salvador by the Secretary-General in March 1991. The Preliminary Mission studied the feasibility of establishing ONUSAL in advance of the ceasefire stipulated by the Chapultepec Peace Accords, and formally recommended its establishment to the Secretary-General. Documents include handwritten notes, summaries of meetings, and reports and comments about the developing ONUSAL mission mandate.

Records also include: summaries of meetings of the National Commission for the Consolidation of Peace (COPAZ), and of the Special Agrarian Committee (CEA) of COPAZ; summaries of meetings of the Supervision and Security Commission of the Land Transfer and Reintegration Program (PTT); and summaries of meetings between ONUSAL and representatives of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).

Political Analysis Section
Records consist of: weekly reports of the Head of the Military Team to the Head of Mission; daily situation reports from the Chief Military Observer to United Nations headquarters in New York; and summaries of meetings of various committees and working groups of the Land Transfer and Reintegration Program (PTT), including working groups on loans, the disabled, farming and livestock.

Regional Office of Chalatenango
Records consist primarily of correspondence, as well as: case information sheets, updates on cases of human rights violations, monthly statistics on human rights violations; and reports on the administration of justice in Chalatenango municipalities. Press bulletins comment on activities of the Head of Mission, the Human Rights Division, Military Division, Police Division, and on important mission-related events.

Regional Office of San Miguel
Records consist of: weekly, biweekly and monthly reports of the Regional Office of San Miguel; case information sheets of human rights violations committed in San Miguel and neighboring departments; lists of cases of human rights violations attributed to the National Civil Police (PNC); notes for the file submitted by Human Rights Officers; notes on visits to prisons; situation reports about local conflicts and other incidents; reports on the return of exiled mayors (alcaldes); reports on the reestablishment of public administration in former conflict zones; notes of meetings between ONUSAL officers and local government officials; political situation reports; summaries of meetings of the Forum for Economic and Social Coordination; and records and statistics for Land Bank transactions and other reintegration activities. Also included is correspondence between the Coordinator of the Regional Office of San Miguel and Salvadoran national and local government officials, and the government Office of the Human Rights Ombudsman.

Records relating to the elections include: notes on meetings with representatives of the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE); reports on visits to the municipal branches of the TSE; summaries of meetings with representatives of political parties; reports on the election process in the departments of Morazan and La Union; statistics and reports on voter registration; and instructions and regulations for electoral observers.

Records on non-governmental organizations include: correspondence and summaries of meetings between ONUSAL and representatives of non-governmental organizations; position statements; summaries of the missions and principles of non-governmental organizations; and reports on the relations between non-governmental organizations and the Human Rights Division. Non-governmental organizations include: the Monsignor Oscar Arnulfo Romero Committee of Mothers and Families of the Political Prisoners, Disappeared and Assassinated of El Salvador (COMADRES) and ANDES 21 de Junio.

Regional Office of San Salvador
Chronological files include: memoranda describing activities of the Regional Office of San Salvador such as voter registration projects, investigations conducted by Police Observers, and visits to prisons; updates on cases of human rights violations being monitored by the Regional Office of San Salvador; and correspondence with Salvadoran non-governmental organizations, the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE), local government officials, political parties, and foreign embassies.

Also included are: weekly reports of the Regional Office of San Salvador; circulars; papers on the organization and role of the Regional Office of San Salvador; notes for the file on meetings of Regional Office Coordinators; summaries of Field Officers’ meetings and activities; and papers on the human rights of minors in El Salvador. Also included are papers summarizing and analyzing Salvadoran laws related to topics such as: property rights, compulsory military service, the penal process, habeas corpus, due process, and narcotics.

Regional Office of San Salvador, Political Matters Section
Records include: summaries of ONUSAL meetings with mayors (alcaldes), other local and national government officials, members of the Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front (FMLN) and representatives of the Corporation of Municipalities of the Republic of El Salvador (COMURES); reports and memoranda describing the state of various municipalities; the Plan to Reestablish Public Administration; statistics on exiled mayors; and correspondence between the Political Affairs Officers and various other ONUSAL officers discussing topics related to demobilization and reintegration programs such as land transfers and assistance to war-wounded.

Regional Office of Santa Ana
Correspondence covers topics such as: land transfer cases; land ownership disputes; relations with agricultural associations; meetings with representatives of the National Civil Police (PNC); human rights reports; deployment of police and electoral observers; voter registration events; political parties; and weekly activities of the Regional Office of Santa Ana. Also included are: summaries of meetings between ONUSAL officials and officials of the Government of El Salvador; notes for the file submitted by Political Affairs Officers; papers on the reforms of personal identity laws; papers and analyses on the status of minors in El Salvador; and reports on visits to municipalities and meetings with mayors (alcaldes). Reports on visits to prisons in the departments of Santa Ana, Ahuachapan, and Sonsonate detail: prison infrastructure, the problems of overcrowding, and delays in legal procedures experienced by prisoners.

Regional Office of Usulutan
Records consist of: papers on voter registration, the election process, and the political climate in Usulutan; election results and statistics; memoranda and information sheets on exiled judges; summaries of visits to mayoralities (alcaldias); notes for the file on activities of the Regional Office of Usulutan; and maps of municipalities in Usulutan.

Subject Files

United Nations Commission for Eritea

Series consists of correspondence, memoranda, summaries of memoranda, handwritten documents, questionnaires, requests for information, witness statements, witness declarations, reports, tables of contents, annexes, appendices, corrigenda, translations, agendas, summary records of meetings, communiques, drafts, programmes of work roll-call sheets, schedules of visits, charts, tables, maps, and notebooks. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: commission meetings; activities of the Economic Sub-Commission; incidents; hearings at Adiquala and Deranto; inhabitants of Asmara; demographics; and terrorism. Correspondents include Petrus J. Schmidt, Principal Secretary, UN Commission for Eritea; David Bliekenstaff, Deputy Principal Secretary, UN Commission for Eritea; Graham Lucas, Secretary, UN Commission for Eritea; Erling Qvale, Chairman, UN Commission for Eritea; and Zande Cabre Heywot, Director-General, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ethiopia.

Correspondence Files - Principal Secretary - Dr. Lucas

United Nations Commissioner in Eritea, Office of the Principal Secretary, Dr. Lucas

Series consists of correspondence, memoranda, incoming and outgoing cables, notes, draft constitutions, proclamations, addena, progress reports, press releases, request forms, orders, and diagrams. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: administrative staff; consultations; Asssembly seating arrangements; organization of Eritean administration; constitutional matters; and transfer of Italian property. Correspondents include H.E. Eduardo Anze Matienzo, UN Commissioner for Eritea and A.J. Lucas, Principal Secretary, UN Commissioner for Eritea.

Subject Files - Tribunal

United Nations Tribunal in Eritea

Series consists of correspondence, incoming and outgoing cables, notes, reports, appendices, translations, agreements, resolutions, case files, charge sheets, judgements, petitions, actes de citation, rules of procedure, legal documents, press clippings, periodicals, and reprints of journal articles. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: court cases; tribunal judges; Asmara; economic and financial matters in Ertiea; CITAO (Compagnia Italiana Transporti Africa Orientala); and CINTIA (Compagnia Improse Nazionale Turistich Italia Africa). Correspondents include Trygve Lie, UN Secretary-General; Louis Chapard, Registrar, UN Tribunal in Eritea; Adib Maakad, Registrar, UN Tribunal in Eritea; Albert W. Reid, Registrar, UN Tribunal in Eritea; Faiz Yorukoglu, President, UN Tribunal in Eritea; and Tedla Bairu, Chief Executive, Imperial Ethiopian Court.

Administrative Files - United Nations Special Committee on the Balkans (UNSCOB)

The United Nations Special Committee on the Balkans (UNSCOB) was established in November, 1947 to perform good offices, and to help settle disputes. It lasted until December 1951.

Records relate primarily to personnel matters, and include staff lists, letters of appointment for general staff, drivers, and interpreters; as well as correspondence concerning general matters. Also included are memoranda concerning the responsibilities of UNSCOB.

Series consists of correspondence, reports, and brochures. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: letters of appointment for local staff; letters of appointment for UN staff; pay scales; requests for leave; and indemnity pay. Correspondents include John Townend, Administrative Officer, UNSCOB, Salonika; M.F. Payne, Administrative Officer, UNSCOB, Athens; L. Nicolaou, Greek Liason Service Secretary; Mary McKenna, Administrative Officer, UNSCOB; and Byron Price, Assistant to the Secretary-General, Department of Administrative and Financial Services.

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