Question of Western Sahara : report of the Secretary-General.
9 October 1992
Expresses its full support for the efforts of the Secretary-General for the organization and supervision by the United Nations, in cooperation with the Organization of African Unity, of a 1 referendum for self-determination of the people of Western Sahara, in accordance with the objectives mentioned in his report of 19 April 1991; "7. [...] Requests the Special Committee on the Situation with regard to the Implementation of the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to J Colonial Countries and Peoples to continue to consider the situation in Western Sahara, bearing in mind the ongoing referendum process, and to report thereon to the General Assembly at its forty-seventh session; I "8. [...] Meanwhile, the Secretary-General recommended that the current level of MINURSO activity be maintained for the above-mentioned period and that the mandate of the military elements of MlNURSO continue to be restricted to verifying the cease-fire and cessation of hostilities in the areas defined in September 1991. [...] In a letter dated 3 June 1992 addressed to the Secretary-General, 1/ the President of the Security Council informed him that the members of the Council welcomed the fact that the two parties had agreed to engage in discussions with the Special Representative, with a view to reactivating the settlement plan. [...] In his reply to the Secretary-General dated 31 August 1992, 11/ the President of the Security Council stated that the members of the Council shared the Secretary-General's views on the necessity of the parties scrupulously abiding by the cease-fire and abstaining from any provocative behaviour endangering the settlement plan.