Liberia: Recommendations to the International Contact Group on Liberia, New York, 28 February 2003.
On 28 February 2003 the International Contact Group on Liberia meets in New York to consider the international community's response to the political, security and humanitarian situation in Liberia. The international community's commitment to resolve the internal armed conflict and bring peace and security to Liberia - and to the wider region of West Africa which is directly affected by continuing instability in Liberia - must include initiatives aimed at ending the serious human rights abuses being perpetrated by both Liberian government forces, and militia allied to them, as well as the armed opposition Liberians United for Reconciliation and Democracy.
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