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Press Statement: On Registration and Verification of Maoist Army Personnel The Agreement on Monitoring of the Management of Arms and Armies (AMMAA) signed by the Government of Nepal and the CPN-M on 8 December 2006 sets out criteria for the definition of “Maoist army combatants.” There are only two conditions of eligibility...
UNMIN, (2009)
Ian Martin Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General The parties to Nepal’s peace process asked for the assistance of the United Nations with a view to creating a free and fair atmosphere for the election of the Constituent Assembly, and the seven parties have now committed themselves to achieving this...
UNMIN, (2007)
PRESS STATEMENT: 22nd December 2008 UNMIN has today completed the second stage of registration and verification of Maoist army combatants, in accordance with the Agreement on Monitoring of the Management of Arms and Armies (AMMAA). The last combatants to be verified were those retaine...
UNMIN, (2007)
Ian Martin Special Representative of the Secretary-General in Nepal: Press Conference (10 October 2007) It’s not for the UN to blame anyone and indeed I hope that others, the political parties, will concentrate not so much on deciding who is to blame as on deciding what is to be done now, and as I said sustaining their alliance in order to go forward. ...
UNMIN, (2007)
Press Statement: Ian Martin Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General (16 July 2007) "I want to update you in particular on the two main aspects of UNMIN’s mandated support to the peace process: the monitoring of arms and armed personnel, and electoral support. As you know, the second stage of registration and verification of Maoist ...
UNMIN, (2007)
Ian Martin Personal Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General (29 December 2006) "Yesterday the first six UN arms monitors arrived in Kathmandu. Further arrivals in the next few days will bring the initial group to 15. They come from six countries - Canada, Guatemala, Indonesia, Jordan, Uruguay and Yemen – and join our four milit...
UNMIN, (2006)