UNAMI Mandate

         Resolution 2421 (2018)

                     Adopted by the Security Council at its 8285th meeting, on 14 June 2018

           The Security Council,

           Recalling all its previous relevant resolutions on Iraq, in particular 1500 (2003)1546 (2004)1557 (2004)1619 (2005)1700 (2006)1770 (2007)1830 (2008)1883 (2009)1936 (2010)2001 (2011)2061 (2012)2110 (2013)2169 (2014)2233 (2015)2299 (2016)2379 (2017), and reiterating resolution 2107 (2013) on the situation between Iraq and Kuwait, and the values set forth in 2367 (2017),

           Reaffirming the independence, sovereignty, unity and territorial integrity of Iraq, and emphasizing the importance of the stability and security of Iraq for the people of Iraq, the region, and the international community, particularly in light of Iraq’s victory over the Islamic State in Iraq   and the Levant (ISIL, also known as Da’esh),

           Supporting Iraq in addressing the challenges it faces as it turns to the task of post-conflict reconstruction and reconciliation, including the requirement to meet the needs of all Iraqis, including women, youth, children, displaced persons, and persons belonging to ethnic and religious   minorities,

           1.       Decides to extend the mandate of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) until 31 May 2019;

           2.       Decides further that the Special Representative of the Secretary-General and UNAMI, at the request of the Government of Iraq, and taking into account the letter from the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iraq to the Secretary-General (S/2018/430), shall

           (a)      prioritize the provision of advice, support, and assistance to the Government and people of Iraq on advancing inclusive, political dialogue and national and community-level reconciliation;

           (b)      further advise, support, and assist:

           (i)       the Government of Iraq and the Independent High Electoral Commission on the development of processes for holding elections and referenda;

           (ii)     the Government of Iraq and the Council of Representatives on constitutional review, the implementation of constitutional provisions, as well as on the development of processes acceptable to the Government of Iraq to resolve disputed internal boundaries;

           (iii)    the Government of Iraq on facilitating regional dialogue and cooperation, including on issues of border security, energy, environment, water, and refugees;

           (iv)    the Government of Iraq with progress on security sector reform efforts, on planning, funding and implementing reintegration programmes for former members of armed groups, where and as appropriate, in coordination with other multinational entities;

           (c)      promote, support, and facilitate, in coordination with the Government of Iraq:

           (i)       the coordination and delivery of humanitarian assistance and the safe, orderly, and voluntary return, as appropriate, of refugees and displaced persons, including through the efforts of the UN Country Team;

           (ii)     the coordination and implementation of programmes to improve Iraq’s capacity to provide effective civil, social and essential services for its people and continue active donor coordination of critical reconstruction and assistance programmes;

           (iii)    Iraqi, World Bank, International Monetary Fund, and other efforts on economic reform, capacity-building and setting conditions for sustainable development, including through coordination with national and regional organizations and, as appropriate, civil society, donors, and other international institutions;

           (iv)    the contributions of UN agencies, funds, and programmes to the objectives outlined in this resolution under the unified leadership of the Secretary-General through the Special Representative for Iraq, supported by their designated Deputy;

           (d)      promote accountability and the protection of human rights, and judicial and legal reform, in order to strengthen the rule of law in Iraq, in addition to supporting the work of the investigative team established in resolution 2379 (2017);

           (e)      approach gender mainstreaming as a crosscutting issue throughout its mandate and to advise and assist the Government of Iraq in ensuring the participation, involvement and representation of women at all levels;

           (f)       and assist Government of Iraq and United Nations Country Team efforts to strengthen child protection, including the rehabilitation and reintegration of children;

           3.       Recognizes that security of United Nations personnel is essential for UNAMI to carry out its work for the benefit of the people of Iraq and calls upon the Government of Iraq to continue to provide security and logistical support to the United Nations presence in Iraq;

           4.       Expresses its intention to review the mandate of UNAMI by 31 May 2019 or sooner, if requested by the Government of Iraq;

           5.       Welcomes the results of the independent external assessment of UNAMI as requested by resolution 2367 (2017), its findings, and its recommendations, and encourages UNAMI, the Secretariat and UN agencies, offices, funds and programs to implement those recommendations;

           6.       Requests the Secretary-General to report to the Council every three months on the progress made towards the fulfilment of all UNAMI’s responsibilities, including actions taken in response to the independent external assessment;

           7.       Decides to remain seized of the matter. 

 

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