United Nations Security Council resolution 854, adopted unanimously on 6 August 1993, after recalling Resolution 849 (1993) which concerned a deployment of military observers if a ceasefire was observed between Abkhazia and Georgia, the Council noted that a ceasefire had been signed and approved a dispatch of 10 military observers to the area to observe the implementation of the ceasefire.
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|Date||6 August 1993|
|Security Council composition|
The mandate of the team of military observers would expire after three months, with the Council contemplating that the advance team would be incorporated into a United Nations observer mission if such a mission is established. A report by the Secretary-General Boutros Boutros-Ghali was anticipated on the proposed establishment of an observer mission, including its financial costs and a time-frame and projected conclusion for the operation. The United Nations Observer Mission in Georgia was established in Resolution 858.