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Ian Martin Personal Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General (29 December 2006)
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"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 military advisers from Finland, Norway and Switzerland. After a short period of training they will be operational from 7 January. Soon after that we expect the arrival of a further 20 monitors, bringing the total to the 35 agreed by the Security Council on 1 December. They will have a similar period of training, and soon after mid-January the full group will be operational. By then we expect that our logistical support arrangements will include two helicopters, providing the mobility to maximize monitoring visits to Maoist army cantonments and Nepal Army barracks. A first task will be registration, initially of weapons and then of combatants. UNDP will be assisting the monitors in the registration process with technical expertise and personnel. The ITF will enable a twenty-four hour presence at weapons storage sites earlier than the UN deployment on its own could permit. The UN will make frequent visits and will remain responsible for registration procedures and for investigating any alleged violations of the agreement on moralities for the management of arms and armies.."

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UNMIN ,   (2006 )
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Press Release in English
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PEACE, COMMUNIST PARTIES, POLITICAL LEADERS, POLITICAL OPPOSITIONS, ARMS, ARMIES, ARMED FORCED, HUMAN RIGHTS, ELECTIONS, CONSTITUTIONS, CEASEFIRES, POLITICAL PARTIES, COMPREHENSIVE PEACE AGREEMENT, ARMAMENTS, PARAMILITARY FORCES, CONVENTIONAL WEAPON STOCKPILE MANAGEMENT
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 UNMIN : Peace and Conflict through Political Mission
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14.05.03  -  Social Development
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