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UNITED
NATIONS
S

        Security Council
Distr.
GENERAL
S/21305
22 May 1988

Original: English

REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ON THE UNITED NATIONS
DISENGAGEMENT OBSERVER FORCE
(for the period 22 November 1989-21 May 1990)


CONTENTS

Paragraphs
INTRODUCTION1
I. COMPOSITION AND DEPLOYMENT OF THE FORCE2-9
A. Composition and command2-4
B. Deployment5-7
C. Rotation8
D. Discipline9
II. LOGISTICS10
III. ACTIVITIES OF THE FORCE11-19
A. Function and guidelines11-12
B. Freedom of movement13
C. Maintenance of the cease-fire14
D. Supervision of the Agreement on Disengagement with regard to the areas of separation and limitation15-17
E. Mines18
F. Humanitarian activities19
IV. FINANCIAL ASPECT20
V. IMPLEMENTATION OF SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 338 (1973)21-22
VI. OBSERVATIONS23-26
Map. UNDOF deployment as of May 1990







INTRODUCTION




1. This report describes the activities of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force (UNDOF) for the period 22 November 1989 to 21 May 1990. Its purpose is to provide the Security Council with an account of the activities of UNDOF in pursuance of the mandate entrusted to it by the Council in resolution 350 (1974) of 31 May 1974 and extended by subsequent resolutions, most recently by resolution 645 (1989) of 29 November 1989.



I. COMPOSITION AND DEPLOYMENT OF THE FORCE


A. Composition and command





2. The Composition of UNDOF as of May 1990 was as follows:










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