General Peace Agreement for Mozambique
(10-04-1992)
Posted by USIP Library on: March 26, 2002
Source Name: The United Nations and Mozambique 1992-1995, the United Nations Blue Books Series, vol. V. (New York: United Nations, Dept. of Public Information, 1995), PP. 105-123.
Source Document Number: U.N. Doc. Doc. No. S/24635
Date Digitized: November 4, 2000

Joint Declaration
(08-07-1992)
Posted by USIP Library on: March 26, 2002
Source Name: The United Nations and Mozambique 1992-1995, the United Nations Blue Books Series, vol. V. (New York: United Nations, Dept. of Public Information, 1995), PP. 125-126.
Source Document Number: U.N. Doc. Doc. No. S/24635
Date Digitized: November 4, 2000

Declaration by the Government of the Republic of Mozambique and RENAMO on the Guiding Principals for Humanitarian Assistance
(07-16-1990)
Posted by USIP Library on: March 26, 2002
Source Name: The United Nations and Mozambique 1992-1995, the United Nations Blue Books Series, vol. V. (New York: United Nations, Dept. of Public Information, 1995), PP. 124-125.
Source Document Number: U.N. Doc. Doc. No. S/24635
Date Digitized: November 4, 2000

Joint Communiqué
(07-10-1990)
Posted by USIP Library on: March 26, 2002
Source Name: The United Nations and Mozambique 1992-1995, the United Nations Blue Books Series, vol. V. (New York: United Nations, Dept. of Public Information, 1995), PP. 123-124
Source Document Number: U.N. Doc. Doc. No. S/24635
Date Digitized: November 4, 2000

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