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[pp. 10] Underlining that a capable, accountable, acceptable and affordable security sector, with full respect for human rights and the rule of law, is a crucial part of long-term peace in [affected country] and noting that progress in improving [affected country]’s security needs to be accelerated and prioritized, and stressing the importance of stabilisation activities, development, and political and economic reforms to a comprehensive approach to security, [pp. 11] Welcoming in this regard [agreement between central authorities of affected country, regional authorities of affected country, and international partners] signed on [date] ...

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Reiterates the importance of increasing, in a comprehensive framework, the functionality, professionalism and accountability of [affected country’s] security sector in line with resolution 1325 (2000) and its successor resolutions on Women, Peace and Security, including 2242 (2015), through appropriate vetting procedures, women’s equal and effective participation and full involvement in all stages of the security sector reform process, training including on women’s and children’s rights and their protection, in support of the implementation of [affected country’s]’s 1325 National Action Plan, ...

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Reiterates the importance of the implementation of defence and security sector reforms as a crucial element for long-term stability in [affected country] and further encourages coordinated action by all relevant sub-regional, regional and international partners of [affected country] in this field in order to obtain expeditious and positive results;

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Recalls the need to build the capacities of [affected country’s security forces], in particular the provision of equipment, training and mentoring, in order to develop credible, professional and representative security forces to enable the gradual handing over of security responsibilities from [Security Council-authorized regional organization Mission] to [affected country’s security forces], and encourages further donor support in this regard ...

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Deploring that the slow progress in the implementation of [peace agreement], particularly its defence and security provisions, as well as the delayed restructuring of the security sector, have hampered efforts to restore security and the authority of [affected country’s] State and the delivery of basic social services in [area of affected country], ...

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Underlines the importance of swift implementation of [plans to redesign security sector architecture in affected country], delineating roles and responsibilities of [affected country]’s security institutions, agreeing on governance and oversight structures and identifying capability gaps in order to guide [Security Council-authorized regional Mission] and donors’ security sector assistance priorities and signalling areas of cooperation with the international community in order to develop [affected country]-led security institutions and forces, both military and civilian, that are capable, affordable, acceptable, and accountable, ...

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Underscoring that [affected country’s] civilian control and oversight as well as further consolidation of [national defense and security forces] are important to ensure [affected country]’s long-term security and stability and to protect the people of [affected country],

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... the Security Council reaffirms in particular the necessity to prioritize without delay and accelerate the complete implementation of [Government of affected country’s] national security sector reform strategy, in order to further strengthen the professionalization and cohesion of the national security services and to enhance confidence within and between the security forces and the population ...

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Underlining that a professional and inclusive security sector, with full respect for human rights and the rule of law, is a crucial part of long-term peace in [affected country] and is important for conflict prevention,

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Underlining the importance of operationally capable, professional, inclusive and sustainable [security forces] for meeting [affected country]’s security needs, with a view to lasting peace, security and stability both in [affected country] and the region, stressing the long-term commitment of the international community to support ... the further development, including training, and professionalization of [affected country’s security forces], and the recruitment and retention of women to [affected country’s security forces], acknowledging the contribution of [affected country]’s partners to peace and security in [affected country], welcoming the agreement between [international organization] and [affected country] which led to the establishment on [date] of [international organization mission in affected country], for training, advising and assisting the [affected country’s security forces] at the invitation of [affected country],

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Reiterates the importance of increasing, in a comprehensive framework, the functionality, professionalism and accountability of the [national] security sector through appropriate vetting procedures, training, including on child rights, mentoring, equipping and empowerment efforts, for both women and men, in order to accelerate progress towards the goal of self-sufficient, ethnically balanced and women-inclusive [national] security forces providing security and ensuring the rule of law throughout the country, and stresses the importance of the long-term commitment by the international community to ensure a capable, professional and sustainable [national security forces] and notes in this context the establishment of the non-combat, train, advise and assist [international Mission], based on the bilateral agreements between NATO and [affected country] and at the invitation of [affected country]

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Emphasizing that good governance and oversight of policing and law enforcement services, within the framework of a functional justice and corrections system, are important in ensuring that those services are accountable, responsive and capable of serving the population

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Underlining the importance of capacity-building of the [security forces of affected country], and in this regard reaffirming the importance of re-establishing training, equipping and retention in the [security forces of affected country], which is vital for the long-term stability and security of [affected country], expressing its support for the ongoing [international training mission] and other capacity-building programmes, and emphasizing the importance of increased coordinated, timely and sustained support from the international community

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... underscoring the importance of ... civilian control and oversight of [national security forces], reiterating that the training, consolidation and redeployment of the [national security forces] are vital to ensure [affected country]’s long-term security and stability and to protect the people of [affected country], and stressing the importance of [national security forces] assuming full responsibility for providing security throughout the [national] territory

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Underscores ... the importance of accelerating the deployment of the police and gendarmerie to take over public order tasks currently performed by [national army] and other groups, including by equipping the police and gendarmerie with standard policing weapons and ammunition following the partial lifting of the arms embargo pursuant to [relevant resolution]

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Welcoming the efforts made toward the security reform agenda and especially the increasing cooperation between the National Security Council and the local authorities while expressing concern about the delays in the implementation of the national strategy for security sector reform, in particular beyond [capital] and urging an acceleration of efforts to reform the security sector, including by putting in place an effective chain of command, a system of military justice and appropriate budgetary allocations

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Stresses that security sector reform is critical to addressing impunity for violations and abuses of human rights and violations of international humanitarian law, where applicable, and contributes to the rule of law

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Underscores the importance of security sector reform ... and urges all international partners, together with [UN Mission], to continue supporting [affected country]’s efforts to professionalize and enhance the capacity of the national security services and the police, in particular through vetting for human rights violations, training on human rights and sexual and gender-based violence and promoting strong civilian oversight and monitoring, with the view to consolidating security sector governance

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Underlines the need for an overall [National] SSR strategy that focuses on the professionalization of security sector institutions, including oversight bodies, and that helps to ensure coherence and efficiency and avoid duplications or gaps, encourages at the same time the Government of [the affected country], to engage in a new strategic partnership with [the mission] in the area of SSR in order to identify the priorities of each component of the security sector and possible new approaches for [the mission] to support [National] authorities in the area of SSR to build the capacity of the military, police, justice and other security institutions to consolidate [National] State authority, and requests the Secretary- General to report on these priorities and approaches in an annex to his report in [date of the report];

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Stressing the importance of Security Sector Reform implementation, including effective and responsible civilian control over the security forces, as a crucial element for long term stability in [the affected country], as envisaged in [the relevant document] and underlining the responsibility of police forces in [the affected country] to protect state institutions and the civilian population,

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We l c o m e s the resumption of training and promotions of recruits for the ... National Police, stresses the necessity of accountability and a robust vetting process and underscores the vital importance of maintaining and increasing the international community’s support for capacity-building of the [national police], particularly through enhanced mentoring and training of specialized units;

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