The Security Council,
Having considered the report of the Secretary General of 8 March 1990 (S/21183) on the recent meeting between the leaders of the two communities in Cyprus and on his assessment of the current situation,
Recalling its relevant resolutions on Cyprus,
Recalling the statement of the President of the Security Council on 22 February 1990 (S/21160) calling upon the leaders of the two communities to demonstrate the necessary goodwill and flexibility and to co-operate with the Secretary General so that the talks will result in a major step forward towards the resolution of the Cyprus problem,
Expressing its regret that, in the more than 25 years since the establishment of UNFICYP, it has not been possible to achieve a negotiated settlement of all aspects of the Cyprus problem,
Concerned that at the recent meeting in New York it has not been possible to achieve results in arriving at an agreed outline for an overall agreement,
1. Reaffirms in particular resolution 367(1975) as well its support for the 1977 and 1979 high-level agreements between the leaders of the two communities in which they pledged themselves to establish a bi-communal Federal Republic of Cyprus that will safeguard the independence, sovereignty, territorial integrity and nonalignment, and exclude union in whole or in part with any other country and any form of partition of secession;
2. Expresses its full support for the current effort of the Secretary General in carrying out his mission of good offices concerning Cyprus;
3. Calls upon the leaders of the two communities to pursue their efforts to reach freely a mutually acceptable solution providing for the establishment of a federation that will be bi-communal as regards the constitutional aspects and bi-zonal as regards the territorial aspects in line with the present resolution and their 1977 and 1979 high-level agreements, and to co-operate, on an equal footing, with the Secretary General in completing, in the first instance and on an urgent basis, an outline for an overall agreement, as agreed in June 1989;
4. Requests the Secretary General to pursue his mission of good offices in order to achieve the earliest possible progress and, towards this end, to assist the two communities by making suggestions to facilitate the discussions;
5. Calls on the parties concerned to refrain from any action that could aggravate the situation;
6. Decides to remain actively seized of this situation and the current effort;
7. Requests the Secretary General to inform the Council in his report due by 31 May 1990 of the progress made in resuming the intensive talks and in developing an agreed outline of an overall agreement in line with the present resolution.
Adopted unanimously at the 2909th meeting.