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Volume 210: debated on Tuesday 30 June 1992

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To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what indications he has received of proposals for changes in the constitution of the United Nations forces in Cyprus; if he proposes to alter the level or nature of the United Kingdom contribution to these forces; until what date the United Kingdom is formally committed to provide forces for the United Nations in Cyprus; and if he will make a statement.

As requested in United Nations Security Council resolution 759, the United Nations secretariat is discussing with the United Kingdom and other troop contributors the future size and shape of the United Nations Force in Cyprus. The Secretary-General will report to the Security Council on this question by 1 September. The Security Council reviews UNFICYP every six months: the current mandate lasts until December 1992.