The United Nations Mission in Colombia completed its Security Council mandate on 26 September 2017. The United Nations continues to provide support to the peace process through the United Nations Verification Mission in Colombia, established by Security Council resolution 2377 (2017).
28 Jul 2017 - Bogota, 28 July 2017 - Pursuant to Security Council resolution 2366 (2017) on July 10th, which grants the United Nations Mission in Colombia the task of beginning the verification of the FARC-EP members reincorporation into civilian life process. The Mission welcomes the Government's decision to issue Resolution 285 of July 28th, 2017, which will speed up the process initiated by the Amnesty Law (Law 1820 of 2016).
26 Jul 2017 - Bogotá. July 26, 2017. Good afternoon, to all press correspondents and mass media present here, as well as all people who are accompanying us with the live broadcast by social networks. To all of you, thank you very much for joining us today.
13 Jul 2017 - Bogotá, 13 July 2017 - In accordance with resolution 2366 (2017) approved by the Security Council on July 10, which grants the United Nations Mission in Colombia the task of initiating verification of the reincorporation of members of the FARC-EP into the civil life.
11 Jul 2017 - New York, July 11/ 2017. The Secretary-General welcomes the establishment of a new United Nations political mission in Colombia tasked with verifying the commitments in the Peace Agreement relating to the reintegration of FARC-EP and the implementation of security guarantees for the group and conflict-affected communities.
10 Jul 2017 - Bogota, 10 July 2017. The United Nations Security Council decided today to establish a second United Nations Mission in Colombia, with a mandate to verify the reincorporation of the FARC EP into civilian life and the implementation of personal and collective security guarantees in the regions most affected by the conflict. The Mission will begin on 26 September.
01 Jul 2017 - New York, 30 June 2017 – Following the presentation of the report of the Secretary-General, Members of the Council expressed their support to the current mission, as well as to the establishment of a second Mission, which was requested earlier this month by the President of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos.
30 Jun 2017 - New York - June 30, 2017. I am pleased to supplement the Secretary-General´s report to you of 23 June, and inform the Council that 3 days ago – on 27 June - the FARC-EP met its obligations under the 29 May Road Map agreement by handing over to the UN Mission the remaining 40% of the individual weapons registered by the Mission last March. A number of weapons will remain at the disposal of FARC-EP to provide security for the camps – and the UN we
27 Jun 2017 - Mesetas, Meta - 27 June 2017. On the occasion of this ceremony to celebrate the conclusion of the laydown of individual weapons, it is my privilege to share with you an account of the verification of the Bilateral Ceasefire and Cessation of Hostilities and of the laying down of weapons undertaken by the United Nations Mission in Colombia since 26 September 2016, in fulfilment of the mandate given to it by the Secu
Bogota, 26 June 2017. In compliance with with the Road Map that was approved on 29 May, on 20 June the third phase of the laying down of individual weapons of the FARC-EP combatants was initiated. The UN Mission in Colombia has been storing the arms in its weapons containers in the 26 Local Zones and Points.
22 Jun 2017 - Bogotá. 22 June 2017. At the end of his four-day trip to Colombia, United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs Jeffrey Feltman gave a message of support to the Government, the FARC-EP and all Colombians.