Resolution 2531 (Mali) S/RES/2531

29 June 2020

On 29 June 2020 the United Nations Security Council passed Resolution 2531 on the situation in Mali. The resolution urged the Malian authorities to swiftly implement the peace and reconciliation agreement, including ensuring a transition inclusive of women and aid agencies on the ground before the end of the mandate of the UN Peacekeeping Mission in Mali (MINUSMA). The resolution also reiterates “that the Malian authorities have primary responsibility to protect civilians in Mali, reaffirms its past resolutions on the Protection of civilians in armed conflicts, Children and armed conflicts, Women, peace and security, and Youth, peace and security, calls upon MINUSMA and all military forces operating in Mali to take them into account and to abide by international humanitarian, human rights and refugee law, and recalls the importance of training in this regard.”

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