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Database - Record for : Agreement on Cessation of Hostilities between the Government of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia and the Government of the State of Eritrea
Record 267

Country :

Ethiopia/Eritrea

Agreement Title/Name:
Agreement on Cessation of Hostilities between the Government of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia and the Government of the State of Eritrea
Year :
2000
Date Signed :

18 June 2000

Summary :

comprises the cessation of hostilities and a ceasefire monitoring mechanism through the deployment of a United Nations Peacekeeping Mission


Parties :
Ethiopia, Eritrea
Third Parties :
Statehood/Identity :
Respect for the borders existing at independence, as stated in resolution AHG/Res.16 (1) adopted by the OAU Summit in Cairo in 1964 and, in this regard, determining them on the basis of pertinent colonial treaties and applicable international law, making use, to that end, of technical means to demarcate the borders and, in case of controversy, resorting to the appropriate mechanism of arbitration;
Governance/Democratic Inst :
Not Applicable
Women :
Not Applicable
Amnesty :
Not Applicable
Past Mechanism :
Not Applicable
Prisoner Release :
Not Applicable
Victims :
Not Applicable
Criminal Justice Reform :
Not Applicable
National Human Rights Inst :
Not Applicable
Human Rights Framework :
Not Applicable
Judicial Reform :
Not Applicable
Policing :
Not Applicable
Refugees/Land :
11. Upon verification of Ethiopian redeployment by the Peacekeeping Mission, Eritrean civilian administration, including police and local militia, shall be restored to prepare for the return of the population.
Civil Society :
Not Applicable
Dev& Socio-Economic Rights :
Not Applicable
Enforcement Mechanism :
2. A Peacekeeping Mission shall be deployed by the United Nations under the auspices of OAU. United Nations with the agreement of the two Parties in order to facilitate the functions of the Peacekeeping Mission. It shall be composed of representatives of the two Parties and chaired by the leader of the Peacekeeping Mission. 7. The mandate of the Military Coordination Commission shall be to coordinate and resolve issues relating to the implementation of the mandate of the Peacekeeping Mission as defined in the present document. The Commission shall deal with military issues arising during the implementation period.
International Community :
Talks chaired by OAU, with participation of US and EU; 2. A Peacekeeping Mission shall be deployed by the United Nations under the auspices of OAU. 15. Upon the signature of the present document, the two Parties shall initiate separate requests to the Secretaries-General of OAU and the United Nations, as necessary, for assistance in implementing this document.
UN Involvement :
2. A Peacekeeping Mission shall be deployed by the United Nations under the auspices of OAU. 15. Upon the signature of the present document, the two Parties shall initiate separate requests to the Secretaries-General of OAU and the United Nations, as necessary, for assistance in implementing this document.
Source :
UN Peacemaker


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