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... stressing that any national caveat that negatively affects the implementation of mandate effectiveness should not be accepted by the Secretary-General, and further highlighting that lack of effective command and control, refusal to obey orders, failure to respond to attacks on civilians, inadequate equipment, and financial resources may adversely affect the shared responsibility for effective mandate implementation,

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Calls upon all parties to cooperate fully with the operations of [UN Mission], including its free interaction with all interlocutors, and to take the necessary steps to ensure the security of as well as unhindered movement and immediate access for the United Nations and associated personnel in carrying out their mandate, in conformity with existing agreements;

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... calls upon [Government of affected country] to continue to cooperate with the team of international experts on the situation in [specific region of affected country], as mandated by the Human Rights Council in [relevant HRC resolution], and urges [Government of affected country] to fully cooperate with the united Nations team deployed, as agreed, to assist [affected country’s authorities] investigations into the deaths of [UN staff], and ensure all perpetrators are brought to justice and held accountable;

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[pp. 13] Demanding that all parties, particularly [Government of affected country] and [opposition group], end all obstructions to [UN Mission], including inter alia carrying out its mandate to monitor and investigate human rights, [op. 3] ... stresses the sanctity of United Nations protection sites, specifically underscores that individuals or entities that are responsible or complicit in, or have engaged in, directly or indirectly, attacks against [UN Mission] personnel and premises and any humanitarian personnel, may meet the designation criteria [by relevant Security Council sanctions Committee for the imposition of Security Council-established targeted sanctions in relation to situation in affected country], and in this regard takes note of [Special Report of the Secretary-General on the renewal of the mandate of UN Mission] that the steady re-supply of weapons and ammunition to [affected country] has directly affected the safety of UN personnel and [UN Mission]’s ability to carry out its mandate, takes note of [act of relevant regional organization] which states that signatories to [agreement on cessation of hostilities in affected country] should be deprived of the means to continue fighting, and further expresses its intention to consider all measures, including an arms embargo, as appropriate, to deprive the parties of the means to continue fighting and to prevent violations of [agreement on cessation of hostilities in affected country];

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Urges all parties to abide scrupulously by their obligation to respect the safety of [UN Mission] and other United Nations personnel and to ensure that the freedom of movement of [UN Mission] is fully respected and unimpeded, in conformity with its mandate and its rules of engagement including by avoiding any course of action which endangers United Nations personnel, and in this regard, calls for further cooperation between [UN Mission] and [armed forces of affected country] in particular regarding coordinated and adjacent patrols, welcomes the commitment of [affected country’s authorities] to protect [UN Mission] movements ...

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... strongly condemning attacks against peacekeepers, underlining that these attacks may constitute war crimes under international law, stressing that those responsible for these acts should be held accountable, calling on [Government of affected country] to swiftly investigate and bring the perpetrators to justice and further stressing the importance of [UN Mission] having the necessary capacities to promote the safety and security of the United Nations peacekeepers,

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... encouraging [Government of affected country] to facilitate access for [human rights component of UN Mission] to all detention centres, hospitals and morgues and all other premises required for documenting human rights violations,

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[pp. 17] Stressing the need for improved cooperation between [Government of affected country] and [panel of experts established by the Security Council to assist the relevant Security Council sanctions Committee], during the course of its mandate, reiterating its call on all parties in [affected region] to cooperate fully with its mission, including by ensuring its free movement in, and access to, the region, notably to areas of armed conflict and areas of reported violations and abuses of human rights and violations of international humanitarian law, expressing continued concern at all the continued obstacles and impediments imposed by [Government of affected country] on the work of the Panel of Experts, [pp. 19] Emphasizing the need to respect the provisions of the United Nations Charter concerning privileges and immunities, and the Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the United Nations, as applicable to United Nations operations and persons engaged in such operations,

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... demands all parties to provide [UN staff and staff of other relevant institutions monitoring evacuations from urban areas affected by hostilities] with safe, immediate and unimpeded access;

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Condemns in the strongest terms attacks on and threats made to [UN Mission] personnel and United Nations facilities, as well as those of [regional Mission], stresses that such attacks may constitute violations of the SOFA and/or war crimes, demands that all parties respect the inviolability of United Nations premises and immediately desist and refrain from any violence against those gathered at United Nations facilities, reiterates that [Government of affected country] is bound by the terms of the SOFA, and further demands the immediate and safe release of detained and kidnapped United Nations and associated personnel;

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Decides that if ... the Secretary General reports political or operational impediments to operationalizing [specific uniformed component of UN Mission] or obstructions to [UN Mission] in performance of its mandate, due to the actions of [Government of affected country], within five days of receipt of such report it shall consider appropriate measures including those measures described in the draft resolution in Annex [providing for arms embargo in relation to the situation in affected country];

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Urges the Government of [affected country] to continue to cooperate fully with the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) ...

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Expressing concern at access restrictions and obstacles, including bureaucratic obstacles, imposed on [UN Mission] which continue to jeopardise its ability to deliver on its mandate, including access restrictions in [specific areas in region of affected country] which prevent access to populations displaced by the fighting in [specific area in region of affected country], ... recognizing [Government of affected country]’s commitment to cooperate with [UN Mission] and humanitarian personnel on all logistical issues and calling on [Government of affected country] to continuously honour its commitment in full,

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Calls on all parties to cooperate fully with and facilitate the operations of [UN Mission], to respect its privileges and immunities and to ensure its freedom of movement, as well as the security of and unhindered and immediate access for the United Nations personnel carrying out their mandate, including the unimpeded delivery of [UN Mission] equipment and the temporary use of alternative ports of entry and departure, as required, to ensure safe and secure troop rotation and resupply activities, in conformity with existing agreements, and urges prompt reporting by the Secretary-General to the Security Council and troop-contributing countries of any actions that impede [UN Mission’s] ability to fulfil its mandate;

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Reiterating its concern at persistent restrictions placed upon the movement and operations of [UN Mission], strongly condemning the attacks by government and opposition forces and other groups on United Nations and [regional organization] personnel and facilities, and the detentions and kidnappings of United Nations and associated personnel and calling upon [Government of affected country] to complete its investigations of these attacks in a swift and thorough manner and to hold those responsible to account,

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Insists that the Government of [affected country] remove all restrictions, limitations and bureaucratic impediments imposed on the work of the [Panel of Expert established by the Security Council to assist relevant Security Council sanctions Committee], including by issuing timely multiple-entry visas to all members of the Panel of Experts for the duration of its mandate, and by waiving the requirement of ... travel permits [to specific area of affected country] for said Panel members, and, enhance its cooperation and information sharing with the Panel and allow the Panel free and unfettered access to all of [specific area of affected country];

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Expressing deep concern at persistent restrictions placed upon the movement and operations of [UN Mission], including through repeated violations of the Status of Forces Agreement and blocking the deployment of essential assets and enablers, and underscoring the importance of close cooperation and communication between [[UN Mission]] and [host Government] in addressing these issues,

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Reiterates its deep concern that hindrances remain to [AU-UN Mission] in the implementation of its mandate, including movement and access restrictions, caused by insecurity, acts of criminality and significant movement restrictions by Government forces, armed movements and militia groups; calls on all parties in [affected area] to remove all obstacles to [AU-UN Mission]’s full and proper discharge of its mandate, including by ensuring its security and freedom of movement; and in this regard, demands that the Government of [affected country] comply with the Status of Forces Agreement fully and without delay, particularly provisions relevant to the movement of patrols in conflict-affected areas and flight clearances, as well as those provisions relevant to the removal of obstacles to the use of [AU-UN Mission] aerial assets, and the timely processing of [AU-UN Mission]’s equipment at the port of entry to [affected country];

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Demands that the Government of [affected country] and all relevant parties cooperate fully in the deployment, operations, and monitoring, verification, and reporting functions of [UN Mission], in particular by guaranteeing the safety, security, and unrestricted freedom of movement of United Nations and associated personnel, throughout the territory of [affected country], and further calls upon the Government of [affected country] to ... continue to support [UN Mission] by the allocation of land for protection of civilian sites

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Expressing concern at the continuing threats posed by the illicit transfer, destabilizing accumulation and misuse of small arms and light weapons to the safety and security of United Nations peacekeepers and their effectiveness in implementing peacekeeping mandates, and to the safety and security of humanitarian workers and their effective provision of humanitarian assistance,

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... condemns the attacks, threats, acts of obstructions and violence perpetrated by [armed forces], militias and mercenaries against United Nations personnel, obstructing them from protecting civilians, monitoring and helping investigate human rights violations and abuses, stresses that those responsible for such crimes under international law must be held accountable and calls upon all parties ... to fully cooperate with the [relevant UN Mission] and cease interfering with [relevant UN Mission]’s activities in implementation of its mandate

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