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United Nations Security Council Reviews Progress Of Bougainville Peace Process

MINISTRY OF INTER-GOVERNMENT RELATIONS & BOUGAINVILLE AFFAIRS - National Parliament, PMB, Waigani, NCD Papua New Guinea.

Tel: 327 7386/87 Fax: 327 7388 Email: pbarter@mtspng.com

MEDIA RELEASE – 01 APRIL 2003

Last Friday (28 March), the United Nations Security Council met to consider a Report from the United Nations Secretary-General, H. E. Kofi Annan, on recent developments in the peace process, focusing on the work of the United Nations Observer Mission in Bougainville, Papua New Guinea (UNOMB).

The Report was prepared in response to a requirement decided by the United Nations Security Council late last year, when it agreed to ‘a final extension’ for UNOMB until the end of 2003.

Senior diplomats from 20 countries, including Papua New Guinea, spoke in the debate (a copy of the Papua New Guinea Statement is attached for information).

Speaking after the Government had received a detailed report on the debate from Papua New Guinea’s Permanent Mission to the United Nations, the Minister for Inter-Government Relations, Hon. Sir Peter Barter, said ‘The debate sends two very important messages to the parties involved in the Bougainville peace process, as well as the small number who remain outside.

‘The first is that the international community will continue to support the peace process through UNOMB until the end of the year.

‘The second one is that peace will have to be self-sustaining by then.

‘This means that stage two of the agreed weapons disposal plan must be completed in good time before the Peace Monitoring Group (PMG) is due to leave on 30 June.

‘Weapons disposal and other aspects of the peace process must become broadly inclusive and free of threats from outside.

‘The Bougainville peace process owes a great deal to the initiative and commitment of people around Bougainville – leaders, communities, especially women, and ex-combatants who have chosen the path of peace,’ as our Ambassador, H. E. Robert Aisi, told the United Nations. .

‘Implementation of the agreed weapons disposal plan depends on the determination with which ex-combatants and communities keep working together to rid Bougainville of the presence and threat of guns

‘It is critical for the sake of the peace process, the security of the people of Bougainville, as well as a smooth transition to autonomy and the guarantee of a referendum on Bougainville’s political future that all sections of the community in Bougainville co-operate in weapons disposal and in helping to build peace on the ground.

‘The views expressed in the recent debate in the United Nations Security Council make clear that I speak on behalf of the entire international community when I appeal to Francis Ona and the hard-core of his closest supporters to respect the agreements which the rest of the community in Bougainville has helped make and accepted.’

The Minister said, ‘The way in which the United Nations Security Council managed to set aside time to debate the Bougainville peace process when members have so many other pressing issues of global concern to discuss, including the war in Iraq, shows the importance the international community attaches to the Bougainville peace process and the confidence it has in the parties’ ability to keep it moving ahead.

‘Papua New Guinea appreciates the interest that other members as well as officials of the United Nations take in the Bougainville peace process, and the support they provide for practical peace-building through UNOMB, the PMG, as well as restoration and development programmes.

‘Members of the United Nations Security Council have welcomed the progress made towards the establishment of the autonomous Bougainville Government when the parties agreed to get the joint supervisory body up and running on an interim basis.

’The challenge now set by the United Nations Security Council is for everyone who cares for peace in Bougainville to justify the confidence it has shown in our ability to complete weapons disposal before the PMG leaves, and make sure that the peace process keeps moving ahead on other fronts – so that peace becomes self-sustaining before UNOMB leaves at the end of the year.’



Peter Barter, Kt OBE MP
Minister for Inter-Government Relations


STATEMENT TO THE UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL
ON THE REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
ON THE UNITED NATIONS POLITICAL OFFICE
IN BOUGAINVILLE, PAPUA NEW GUINEA

BY

H.E. MR. ROBERT AISI
PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF PAPUA NEW GUINEA

28 MARCH 2003

MR. PRESIDENT,

AT A TIME WHEN MUCH OF THE WORLD IS PREOCCUPIED WITH CONFLICT AND WAR, PAPUA NEW GUINEA IS PLEASED TO PARTICIPATE IN A DEBATE ON THE ACHIEVEMENTS AND ROLE OF A UNITED NATIONS MISSION WHICH IS HELPING TO BUILD SUSTAINABLE PEACE IN AN IMPORTANT PART OF OUR COUNTRY, BOUGAINVILLE.

THE UNITED NATIONS POLITICAL OFFICE IN BOUGAINVILLE, PAPUA NEW GUINEA, WHICH IS KNOWN ON THE GROUND AS THE UNITED NATIONS OBSERVER MISSION IN BOUGAINVILLE, IS AMONG THE SMALLEST AND FINANCIALLY LEAST COSTLY UNITED NATIONS MISSIONS INVOLVED IN SUPPORTING AND HELPING TO BUILD PEACE AROUND THE WORLD.

WE PRAY IT WILL ALSO CONTINUE TO BE AMONG THE UNITED NATIONS’ SUCCESSES.

AT THE END OF LAST YEAR, THE UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL AGREED TO CONTINUE THE MISSION FOR ANOTHER TWELVE MONTHS – UNTIL THE END OF THIS YEAR.

MY GOVERNMENT WELCOMED AND CONTINUES TO APPRECIATE THE DECISION.

THE SAME IS TRUE OF THE OTHER PARTIES TO THE BOUGAINVILLE PEACE AGREEMENT, IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF WHICH THE UNITED NATIONS POLITICAL OFFICE IN BOUGAINVILLE PLAYS A VERY IMPORTANT PART.

ALL OF THE PARTIES UNDERSTAND THAT - AS THE PRESIDENT, ON BEHALF OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL, ADVISED THE SECRETARY-GENERAL IN HIS LETTER ANNOUNCING THE DECISION TO EXTEND THE MISSION’S MANDATE FOR ANOTHER TWELVE MONTHS - THIS IS THE ‘FINAL EXTENSION’.

ALL OF US UNDERSTAND WHY. WE APPRECIATE THE ANNOUNCEMENT IT SENDS REGARDING THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY’S CONTINUING STRONG SUPPORT FOR THE PEACE PROCESS IN BOUGAINVILLE, PAPUA NEW GUINEA.

WE ALSO APPRECIATE THAT IT PRESENTS A POWERFUL CHALLENGE TO EVERYONE, WHO IS CONCERNED FOR THE PEACE PROCESS, TO TAKE FULL ADVANTAGE OF THE REMAINING TIME THAT H.E. AMBASSADOR NOEL SINCLAIR AND HIS COLLEAGUES WILL BE ON THE GROUND.

THE PARTIES HAVE TO VIGOROUSLY WORK TOGETHER IN ENSURING THAT PEACE IN BOUGAINVILLE WILL BE SELF-SUSTAINING WHEN IT ARRIVES AT THE END OF THE YEAR.

THIS CHALLENGE IS ONE THAT ALL OF THE PARTIES INVOLVED IN THE PEACE PROCESS ARE DETERMINED TO MEET.

THE PARTIES’ SHARED DETERMINATION TO CONTINUE CO-OPERATING IN BUILDING PEACE IN BOUGAINVILLE, WHICH INCLUDES A COMMITMENT TO CARRY ON WHILE ENCOURAGING FRANCIS ONA AND HIS CLOSEST HARD-CORE SUPPORTERS, WHO REMAIN OUTSIDE THE PEACE PROCESS TO JOIN IN.

A GROWING NUMBER OF PEOPLE IN AREAS AROUND PANGUNA HAVE ALREADY RESPONDED POSITIVELY TO OUR REPEATED INVITATIONS. OTHERS, INCLUDING MEMBERS OF THE ME’EKAMUI DEFENCE FORCE (MDF), ARE SHOWING INCREASING INTEREST IN WEAPONS DISPOSAL.

THOSE WHO CONTINUE TO BE RELUCTANT, THE LEAST THAT CAN BE SAID IS THAT THEY HAVE GENERALLY RESPECTED THE PEACE PROCESS AS IT HAS MOVED ON FROM THE INITIAL TRUCE TO THE PERMANENT AND IRREVOCABLE CEASEFIRE, THE CONCLUSION OF THE BOUGAINVILLE PEACE AGREEMENT AND, NOW, THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE AGREEMENT.

MR PRESIDENT,

THE BOUGAINVILLE PEACE PROCESS IS A NATIONAL PRIORITY FOR PAPUA NEW GUINEA. BOTH PEACE-MAKING AND, NOW, PRACTICAL PEACE-BUILDING ARE PURSUED ON A BIPARTISAN BASIS.

THE BOUGAINVILLE PEACE AGREEMENT SETS THE AGENDA.

IT HAS THREE MAIN ELEMENTS:

1. THE ESTABLISHMENT AND PROGRESSIVE TRANSFER OF A VERY WIDE RANGE OF POWERS, FUNCTIONS AND RESOURCES TO AN AUTONOMOUS BOUGAINVILLE GOVERNMENT, OPERATING UNDER ITS OWN CONSTITUTION;
2. THE GUARANTEE OF A DEFERRED AND CONDITIONAL REFERENDUM AMONG BOUGAINVILLEANS ON BOUGAINVILLE’S POLITICAL FUTURE – WITH THE OUTCOME SUBJECT TO THE FINAL DECISION-MAKING AUTHORITY OF THE NATIONAL PARLIAMENT OF PAPUA NEW GUINEA; AND
3. A PLAN FOR WEAPONS DISPOSAL IN STAGES.

THE ARRANGEMENTS FOR AUTONOMY AND THE GUARANTEE OF A REFERENDUM ARE NOW PART OF THE PAPUA NEW GUINEA CONSTITUTION. THEY ARE DIRECTLY LINKED TO WEAPONS DISPOSAL BY A CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISION, WHICH MAY BE UNIQUE IN THE WORLD.

THIS PROVISION ENSURES THAT THE AUTONOMY AND REFERENDUM ARRANGEMENTS SWING INTO OPERATION WHEN – AND ONLY WHEN - THE UNITED NATIONS OBSERVER MISSION IN BOUGAINVILLE VERIFIES, CERTIFIES AND THEN NOTIFIES THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT OF PAPUA NEW GUINEA THAT STAGE TWO OF THE AGREED WEAPONS DISPOSAL PLAN HAS BEEN ACHIEVED.

THE PROCESS MOVES AHEAD AUTOMATICALLY ONCE THE UNITED NATIONS OBSERVER MISSION REPORTS THAT THE GUNS ARE HELD IN SECURE, DOUBLE-LOCKED CONTAINERS UNDER ITS SUPERVISION.

AS MEMBERS OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL WILL APPRECIATE, THE LINK BETWEEN WEAPONS DISPOSAL AND THE OTHER ARRANGEMENTS IS AN EXPRESSION OF TRUST IN THE INTEGRITY OF H.E. AMBASSADOR NOEL SINCLAIR AND THE UNITED NATIONS.

IT ALSO IMPOSES A VERY CONSIDERABLE BURDEN OF RESPONSIBILITY ON THE UNITED NATIONS OBSERVER MISSION.

MR PRESIDENT,

THE BOUGAINVILLE PEACE PROCESS OWES MUCH TO THE INITIATIVE AND CONTINUING, ACTIVE SUPPORT OF PEOPLE IN BOUGAINVILLE – LEADERS, COMMUNITIES, ESPECIALLY WOMEN, AND EX-COMBATANTS WHO HAVE CHOSEN THE PATH OF PEACE.

WEAPONS DISPOSAL IS NOT AN EXCEPTION.

THE INITIATIVE AND THE PROSPECTS FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF THE AGREED WEAPONS DISPOSAL PLAN DEPEND ON LEADERS, COMMUNITY PRESSURE AND, ABOVE ALL, THE COMMITMENT AND CO-OPERATION OF EX-COMBATANTS HOLDING GUNS.

WITH THE ACTIVE CO-OPERATION OF EX-COMBATANTS, THE BREAK-INS AND REMOVAL OF WEAPONS FROM CONTAINERS THAT CAUSED SO MUCH CONCERN LATE LAST YEAR APPEAR TO HAVE ENDED.

IN CO-OPERATION WITH THE POLICE, THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT IS PROVIDING FINANCIAL AND OTHER SUPPORT FOR THEIR EFFORTS TO PROVIDE SECURITY.

MANY – THOUGH, REGRETTABLY, NOT ALL – OF THE GUNS TAKEN OUT LATE LAST YEAR HAVE SINCE BEEN RETURNED OR RECOVERED. NEW CONTAINMENTS ARE TAKING PLACE.

WHILE THE PROCESS IS SLOW - THUS THE GOVERNMENT OR, I AM SURE, THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY WOULD PREFER, IT IS NONETHELESS REAL. THE UNITED NATIONS OBSERVER MISSION AND THE NEUTRAL, REGIONAL PEACE MONITORING GROUP (PMG) HAS BEEN WORKING HARD TO KEEP IT MOVING AHEAD.

SO HAVE LEADERS OF THE MAIN EX-COMBATANT FACTIONS – THE BOUGAINVILLE REVOLUTIONARY ARMY (BRA) AND THE BOUGAINVILLE RESISTANCE FORCES (BRF).

WITH THE UNITED NATIONS’ ACTIVE ENCOURAGEMENT AND SUPPORT, THEY HAVE DEVELOPED WHAT MIGHT BE DESCRIBED AS A ‘BOTTOM-UP’ ACTION PLAN FOR WEAPONS DISPOSAL, BASED ON A CAREFUL ASSESSMENT OF CONDITIONS IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF BOUGAINVILLE.

THE FACTIONS ARE WORKING CLOSELY TOGETHER TO PROMOTE PUBLIC AWARENESS AND, ABOVE ALL, IMPLEMENTATION.

MEANWHILE, FOLLOWING ON FROM THE BOUGAINVILLE PEACE AGREEMENT, A CONSTITUTIONAL COMMISSION HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED; HELD WIDE PUBLIC CONSULTATIONS; AND PREPARED A SECOND DRAFT OF THE PROPOSED CONSTITUTION, WHICH IS TO BE PRESENTED TO THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT FOR CONSIDERATION THIS WEEK.

THE GOVERNMENT HAS APPOINTED A HIGH-LEVEL BIPARTISAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE TO ADVISE ON ITS RESPONSE TO THE BOUGAINVILLE CONSTITUTIONAL COMMISSION’S PROPOSALS. THE COMMITTEE INCLUDES FIVE SENIOR MINISTERS, AS WELL AS TWO OPPOSITION MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT.

THE COMMITTEE IS EXPECTED TO TRAVEL TO BOUGAINVILLE NEXT WEEK. THE DEFENCE FORCE IS EXPECTED TO BE ABLE TO COMPLETE ITS WITHDRAWAL UNDER THE AGREED WEAPONS DISPOSAL PLAN AT MUCH THE SAME TIME.

FROM THEN ON, THE DEFENCE FORCE’S PRESENCE AND RESPONSIBILITIES IN BOUGAINVILLE WILL BE AS THE BOUGAINVILLE PEACE AGREEMENT SPECIFIES.

MEANWHILE, ANOTHER INITIATIVE – TAKEN WELL BEFORE ANY LEGAL REQUIREMENT – LED TO THE ESTABLISHMENT LAST MONTH OF THE JOINT SUPERVISORY BODY THROUGH WHICH THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT AND BOUGAINVILLE LEADERS HAVE ALREADY BEGUN TO CO-OPERATE IN MANAGING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE AGREED AUTONOMY ARRANGEMENTS.

THE SIGNING OF THE MEMORANDUM ESTABLISHING THE INTERIM JOINT SUPERVISORY BODY AND ITS FIRST MEETING COINCIDED WITH AN HISTORIC VISIT TO BOUGAINVILLE BY A TEAM OF ELEVEN MINISTERS AND SENIOR OFFICIALS WHOSE COMMITMENT TO PRACTICAL PEACE-BUILDING WAS EVIDENT IN THEIR ENTHUSIASM TO COME AND MEET BOUGAINVILLE LEADERS, AND SEE THE SITUATIONS ON THE GROUND FOR THEMSELVES.

EVEN BEFORE THE MINISTERIAL TEAM’S HISTORIC VISIT TO BOUGAINVILLE, THE GOVERNMENT HAD ANNOUNCED IT WILL PROVIDE K5 MILLION BOTH THIS YEAR AND NEXT AS AN ESTABLISHMENT GRANT TO ASSIST THE AUTONOMOUS BOUGAINVILLE GOVERNMENT IN MEETING THE EXTRAORDINARY EXPENSES IT WILL INCUR AT THE START (THIS GRANT IS ADDITIONAL TO OTHER GRANTS FOR RECURRENT PURPOSES, RESTORATION, DEVELOPMENT, ETC.).

REFORM OF THE PUBLIC SECTOR IN BOUGAINVILLE IS PROCEEDING IN READINESS FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE AUTONOMOUS GOVERNMENT.

THUS DOES PRACTICAL PEACE-BUILDING PROGRESS. IT IS A PROCESS IN WHICH PAPUA NEW GUINEA’S FRIENDS IN THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY ASSIST IN VARIOUS VITAL WAYS.

THESE FRIENDS INCLUDE SUCH PROMINENT FOREIGN AID DONORS AS AUSTRALIA, THE EUROPEAN UNION, JAPAN, THE UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (UNDP) AND OTHER SPECIALISED AGENCIES, AS WELL AS A NUMBER OF NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANISATIONS, INCLUDING CHURCHES.

FRIENDS WHO CONTINUE TO MAKE A NOTEWORTHY CONTRIBUTION IN ANOTHER VERY IMPORTANT WAY INCLUDE THE COUNTRIES WHICH CONTRIBUTE TO THE NEUTRAL, REGIONAL PEACE MONITORING GROUP (PMG) – AUSTRALIA, FIJI, NEW ZEALAND, AND VANUATU.

THEIR CONTRIBUTION HAS NOT ONLY HELPED TO BUILD MUTUAL CONFIDENCE AND SECURITY ON THE GROUND. IT HAS ALSO PROVIDED INVALUABLE SUPPORT TO OTHER ASPECTS OF THE PEACE PROCESS, INCLUDING COMMUNICATIONS AND ASSISTANCE IN TRANSPORTING PEOPLE TO MEETINGS.

THE PMG HAS PLAYED AN IMPORTANT ROLE IN WEAPONS DISPOSAL. IT HAS FACILITATED MANY ASPECTS OF THE UNITED NATIONS’ WORK, INCLUDING TECHNICAL SUPPORT FOR WEAPONS DISPOSAL, THE PROVISION AND PLACEMENT OF TRUNKS AND CONTAINERS, AS WELL AS TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS.

LIKE THE UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL’S DECISION ON THE ‘FINAL EXTENSION’ OF THE MANDATE FOR THE MISSION IN BOUGAINVILLE, THE PMG COUNTRIES’ DECISION TO WITHDRAW THE PMG AT THE END OF JUNE IS A CHALLENGE.

THE PARTIES INVOLVED IN THE BOUGAINVILE PEACE PROCESS HAVE ALWAYS KNOWN THAT THE PMG WILL NOT BE WITH US FOREVER.

AS WITH THE DEADLINE SET FOR THE UNITED NATIONS MISSION, THE PARTICULAR CHALLENGE POSED BY THE PLAN FOR THE PMG TO WITHDRAW AT THE END OF JUNE IS TO MAKE THE UTMOST USE OF ITS PRESENCE WHILE IT IS STILL ON THE GROUND.

EVERYONE INVOLVED HAS TO MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO CONCLUDE WEAPONS DISPOSAL BEFORE THE PMG LEAVES.

FOR THE UNITED NATIONS OBSERVER MISSION, THE PMG’S WITHDRAWAL WILL LEAVE A NOTICEABLE VOID, ESPECIALLY AS FAR AS COMMUNICATIONS AND TRANSPORT ARE CONCERNED, AS WELL AS TECHNICAL SUPPORT FOR WEAPONS DISPOSAL.

PAPUA NEW GUINEA NOTES AND SUPPORTS THE EMPHASIS PLACED IN THE SECRETARY-GENERAL’S REPORT ON THE NEED ‘TO ENSURE THAT, BY THE TIME THE PEACE MONITORING GROUP WITHDRAWS, WEAPONS DISPOSAL WILL BE SO FAR ADVANCED THAT IT WILL NO LONGER NEED THIS LEVEL OF MONITORING GROUP SUPPORT.’

IN DOING SO, PAPUA NEW GUINEA AGREES THAT IT WOULD, INDEED, BE HELPFUL FOR THE PARTIES TO REVIEW PROGRESS WITH WEAPONS DISPOSAL BEFORE THEN.

INDEED, THE GOVERNMENT WOULD LIKE TO DISCUSS AND FINALISE THE PROCEDURES FOR VERIFICATION THROUGH COMMUNITY-BASED CONSULTATION WITH THE UNITED NATIONS OBSERVER MISSION AND THE OTHER PARTIES AT THE EARLIEST PRACTICABLE OPPORTUNITY.

THE GOVERNMENT ALSO BELIEVES THAT THE MEETING AT STAGE THREE TO DECIDE ON THE FINAL FATE OF THE WEAPONS SHOULD BE BROUGHT FORWARD. THE MEETING SHOULD NOT BE LEFT UNTIL THE OUTER LIMITS OF THE TIME ALLOWED IN THE AGREED PLAN ARE REACHED.

FINALLY, PAPUA NEW GUINEA NOTES AND DRAWS THE UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL’S ATTENTION TO THE OBSERVATION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH 14 OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL’S REPORT REGARDING THE ABSENCE OF ANY PROVISION FOR THE ADDITIONAL RESOURCES THE UNITED NATIONS MISSION WILL, SURELY NEED, WHEN THE PMG WITHDRAWS.

THE ISSUE DESERVES OUR CLOSE ATTENTION. SO, AS THE SECRETARY-GENERAL’S REPORT WISELY NOTES, DO OTHER EFFORTS TO ‘NURTURE’ THE PEACE PROCESS THROUGH CAREFULLY FOCUSED RESTORATION AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES.

THE RE-INTEGRATION OF EX-COMBATANTS AND COMMUNITIES MUST CONTINUE TO BE A SPECIAL PRIORITY.

IN THIS AND OTHER RESPECTS, THE UNDP’S COCOA AND COCONUT REHABILITATION AND DRYER RESTORATION PROJECT MAKES A VERY POSITIVE CONTRIBUTION TO ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RECOVERY – WHICH PAPUA NEW GUINEA HOPES WILL CONTINUE.

MR PRESIDENT,

IN CONCLUSION, LET ME REPEAT HOW MUCH MY GOVERNMENT AND, INDEED, ALL OF THE PARTIES INVOLVED IN THE PEACE PROCESS, APPRECIATE THE UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL’S DECISION TO EXTEND THE MANDATE FOR THE MISSION IN BOUGAINVILLE, PAPUA NEW GUINEA, UNTIL THE END OF THIS YEAR.

PAPUA NEW GUINEA COMMENDS THE SECRETARY-GENERAL’S REPORT FOR THE MOST CAREFUL CONSIDERATION, WHICH SHOULD BE DIRECTED TOWARDS THE DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF PRACTICAL STRATEGIES, WHICH WILL HELP SUPPORT EFFORTS TO SECURE SUSTAINABLE PEACE ON THE GROUND.

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