Resolusi 1244 Dewan Keamanan Perserikatan Bangsa-Bangsa

Resolusi Dewan Keamanan Perserikatan Bangsa-Bangsa

Templat:Politik Kosovo

Resolusi 1244
Dewan Keamanan PBB
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Kosovo (ditandai)
Tanggal10 Juni 1999
Sidang no.4.011
KodeS/RES/1244 (Dokumen)
TopikSituasi di Kosovo
Ringkasan hasil
14 mendukung
Tidak ada menentang
1 abstain
HasilDiadopsi
Komposisi Dewan Keamanan
Anggota tetap
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Resolusi 1244 Dewan Keamanan Perserikatan Bangsa-Bangsa,[1] yang diadopsi pada 10 Juni 1999, usai mengulang resolusi-resolusi 1160 (1998), 1199 (1998), 1203 (1998) dan 1239 (1999), memperingatkan keberadaan sipil dan militer internasional di Republik Federal Yugoslavia[2][3] dan membentuk Misi Pemerintahan Sementara Perserikatan Bangsa-Bangsa di Kosovo (United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo, UNMIK).[4] Resolusi tersebut disusul oleh perjanjian oleh Presiden Yugoslavia Slobodan Milošević untuk hal-hal yang dicetuskan oleh Presiden Finlandia Martti Ahtisaari dan mantan Perdana Menteri Rusia Viktor Chernomyrdin pada 8 Juni, yang meliputi penarikan seluruh Angkatan Bersenjata Yugoslavia dari Kosovo.

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  1. ^ "RESOLUTION 1244 (1999)". undocs.org (dalam bahasa Inggris). Diakses tanggal 9 March 2017. 
  2. ^ "Profile: Serbia and Montenegro". 5 June 2006 – via bbc.co.uk. 
  3. ^ Member States of the United Nations, UN.org: "Serbia - date of admission 1 November 2000, The Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was admitted as a Member of the United Nations by General Assembly resolution A/RES/55/12 of 1 November 2000. On 4 February 2003, following the adoption and promulgation of the Constitutional Charter of Serbia and Montenegro by the Assembly of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, the official name of "Federal Republic of Yugoslavia" was changed to Serbia and Montenegro. In a letter dated 3 June 2006, the President of the Republic of Serbia informed the Secretary-General that the membership of Serbia and Montenegro was being continued by the Republic of Serbia, following Montenegro's declaration of independence."
  4. ^ "Security Council, welcoming Yugoslavia's acceptance of peace principles, authorises civil, security presence in Kosovo". United Nations. 10 June 1999. 

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