United Nations Security Council Resolution 1767

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UN Security Council
Resolution 1767
Date 30 July 2007
Meeting no. 5,725
Code S/RES/1767 (Document)
Subject The situation between Eritrea and Ethiopia
Voting summary
15 voted for
None voted against
None abstained
Result Adopted
Security Council composition
Permanent members
Non-permanent members

United Nations Security Council Resolution 1767 was unanimously adopted on 30 July 2007.


Unanimously adopting resolution 1767 (2007), the Council also reiterated its demand that Eritrea immediately withdraw its troops and heavy military equipment from the Temporary Security Zone, and called on Ethiopia to reduce the number of additional forces recently introduced in areas adjacent to the Zone.

Expressing regret over the lack of progress on demarcation, the Council called upon the parties to implement completely and without further delay or preconditions the delimitation decision of the Eritrea-Ethiopia Boundary Commission, and to participate constructively and with sufficient authority in the 6 September meeting convened by that body in New York.

The Council further reiterated its demand that Eritrea reverse, without further delay or preconditions, all restrictions on UNMEE’s movement and operations, and called again on both parties to cooperate with the Mission in urgently reactivating the work of the Military Coordination Commission, a unique forum to discuss pressing military and security issues.[1]

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