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Resolution 1153, 20 February 1998 The Security Council increases the amount of oil-for-food revenues Iraq is able to generate to $5.256 billion for a new period of 180 days.
Resolution 949, 15 October 1994 The Security Council condemns Iraq's military deployments near the Iraq/Kuwait border and demands that Iraq return military units to original positions and cease using hostile military force to threaten its neighbors or UN operations in Iraq.
Resolution 686, 2 March 1991 The Security Council affirms the validity of Resolutions 660, 661, 662, 664, 665, 666, 667, 669, 670, 674, 677, and 678.
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  UN Security Council Resolution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Resolution 678 in 1990 : Authorizes member states to use all necessary means to uphold and implement resolution 660 and all subsequent relevant resolutions and to restore international peace and security in the area [Kuwait].
Resolution 1386, December 22, 2001: establishes for 6 months of an International Security Assistance Force to assist the Afghan Interim Authority in the maintenance of security in Kabul and its surrounding areas...Calls upon Member States to contribute personnel, equipment and other resources to the International Security Assistance Force.
Resolution 1559 in September 2, 2004 : calls on Syria to cease intervening in Lebanese internal politics, withdraw from Lebanon, and for the disbanding of all Lebanese militias.
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 UN Security Council Resolution 687
Decides that the Security Council shall review the provisions of paragraph 20 above every sixty days in the light of the policies and practices of the Government of Iraq, including the implementation of all relevant resolutions of the Security Council, for the purpose of determining whether to reduce or lift the prohibitions referred to therein;
Declares that, upon official notification by Iraq to the Secretary-General and to the Security Council of its acceptance of the provisions above, a formal cease-fire is effective between Iraq and Kuwait and the Member States cooperating with Kuwait in accordance with resolution 678 (1990);
Decides to remain seized of the matter and to take such further steps as may be required for the implementation of the present resolution and to secure peace and security in the area.
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 UN Security Council Resolution 1441 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Under furious debate was whether a further Security Council resolution (the so-called "second resolution") was necessary to authorize war, or whether 1441 and preceding resolutions sufficed to legitimize military enforcement of the UN's disarmament aims.
Of the permanent, veto-holding members of the Security Council, France, Russia, and the People's Republic of China wished the inspection period to be extended, and for no military action to go ahead without a further UN resolution.
On the other hand, the USA and Britain, while admitting that such a resolution was diplomatically desirable, insisted that Iraq had now been given enough time (noting also the time since the first disarmament resolutions of 1991) to disarm or provide evidence thereof, and that war was legitimized by 1441 and previous UN resolutions.
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 UN Security Council Resolution 660 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
United Nations Security Council Resolution 660 was adopted on 2 August 1990.
The resolution condemned the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait and demanded a withdrawal of Iraqi troops.
The resolution was adopted at the 2,923rd meeting by 14 votes to none, with Yemen not voting.
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 Encyclopedia: UN Security Council Resolution   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
United Nations Security Council Resolution 478, declared that the 1980 Knesset law (the Jerusalem Law) declaring Jerusalem as Israels eternal and indivisible capital was null and void and must be rescinded forthwith.
UN Security Council Resolution 678 authorizes member states to use all necessary means to uphold and implement resolution 660 and all subsequent relevant resolutions (resolution 661, resolution 662, resolution 664, resolution 665, resolution 666, resolution 667, resolution 669, resolution 670, resolution 674 and resolution 667), and to restore international peace...
United Nations Security Council Resolution 687 was adopted at the 2981st meeting on April 3, 1991, to welcome the restoration of the independence of Kuwait.
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 UN Security Council resolutions relating to Iraq
The subsequent exchange of letters between the UN and Iraq, agreeing to the continuation of the programme under the terms of this resolution, is dated 5 July 2001.
Commends the Secretary-General for securing commitments from the Iraqi government to fully comply with weapons inspections on his mission to Baghdad, and endorses the memorandum of understanding (S/1998/166) that was signed on 23 February.
In effect, this resolution reassigns some of the practical responsibility for monitoring compliance with sanctions away from the UN machinery, in the form of the 661 committee, and to the States imposing the naval blockade.
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 UN Security Council Resolution
It is passed if nine or more members vote for the resolution, and it is not vetoed by any of the five permanent members: People's Republic of China, France, Russian Federation, United Kingdom, and United States.
Resolution 1386, December 22, 2001 : establishes for 6 months of an International Security Assistance Force to assist the Afghan Interim Authority in the maintenance of security in Kabul and its surrounding areas...Calls upon Member States to contribute personnel, equipment and other resources to the International Security Assistance Force.
Resolution 1441 in 2002 : Calls on Iraq to disclose its entire arsenal of weapons of mass destruction and medium and long-range missiles.
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 Wikisource:UN Security Council Resolutions - Wikisource
UN Security Council Resolution 88 inviting a representative of the People's Republic of China to be present during discussions of the Korean situation
UN Security Council Resolution 612 on the use of chemical weapons in the conflict between Iran and Iraq
UN Security Council Resolution 620 on the use of chemical weapons in the conflict between Iran and Iraq
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 Security Council Resolution 1441, 8 November 2002
Resolution on the return of weapons inspectors to Iraq, adopted unanimously by the UN Security Council on 8 November 2002.
In this regard, we register with satisfaction the declarations of the representatives of the United States and the United Kingdom confirming this understanding in their explanations of vote, and assuring that the goal of the resolution is the full implementation of the existing Security Council resolutions on Iraq's weapons of mass destruction disarmament.
Therefore, this resolution fully respects the competences of the Security Council in the maintenance of international peace and security, in conformity with the Charter of the United Nations.
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 Timeline - IPS Coverage from the height of the Iraq War (March - May) - Inter Press Service
The Resolution calls for UNMOVIC inspectors to spend 60 days conducting active inspections to assess what has changed since UN inspectors were expelled in 1998, and what needs to be done for Iraq to be rid of all weapons of mass destruction.
Security Council begins deliberation on a new resolution to compel Iraqi compliance with previous resolutions.
UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan informs the Security Council of his decision to appoint a special adviser on Iraq, Rafeeuddin Ahmed.
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 Persian Gulf War - The History Beat
The airfield is secure - 2,500 Iraqi Guards Surrender - LA Times - U.S. armored units backed by warplanes ousted Iraqi forces from Baghdad's airport Friday while 2,500 Republican Guard soldiers south of the city surrendered to Marines, American officials said.
UN readies Iraq food crisis plan - BBC - The United Nations food agency, believing that it may be facing the largest and most costly humanitarian crisis in history, is making contingency plans to feed the people of Iraq...
On August 6, the Security Council passed Resolution 661, placing economic sanctions on Iraq and, on November 11, Resolution 678, giving Iraq a withdrawal deadline of January 15, 1991, and authorizing "all necessary means to uphold and implement Resolution 660".
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 UN Security Council Resolution 1441
The United Nations Security Council passed Resolution 1441 by a vote of 15-0 on November 8, requiring Iraq to admit inspectors from the UN Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Commission (UNMOVIC) and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
UN inspectors now have the authority to prohibit the movement of vehicles and aircraft around sites they wish to inspect in order to prevent Iraq from moving weapons materials.
The new resolution states that this is Iraq’s “final opportunity to comply with its disarmament obligations” and requires that reports from inspectors and member states about Iraqi noncompliance that could constitute “material breach” of the resolution be referred to the Security Council.
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Demands that Iraq withdraw immediately and unconditionally all s its forces to the positions in which they were located on 1 August 1990;r 3.
Calls upon Iraq and Kuwait to begin immediately intensive negotiations for the resolution of their differences and supports all efforts in this regard, and especially those of the League of Arab States; 4.
Decides to meet again as necessary to consider further steps with to ensure compliance with the present resolution.
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 Security Council Resolutions Concerning Iraq
As noted in the resolutions, Saddam Hussein was required to fulfill many obligations beyond the withdrawal of Iraqi forces from Kuwait.
States that the Security Council has repeatedly warned Iraq and that it will face serious consequences as a result of its continued violations of its obligations.
Authorizes UN Member States "to use all necessary means to uphold and implement resolution 660 and all subsequent relevant resolutions and to restore international peace and security in the area."
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 Uruguay - Extended information
From the mid-1970s to the mid-1980s, executive power in Uruguay was held by a president elected by the Council of the Nation, a body composed of the Council of State (the legislature) and 25 high-ranking military officers.
In that year a new constitution, dividing the executive authority between the president and the national administrative council and providing for the separation of church and state, was promulgated.
A new national council of 25 civilians and 21 military officers subsequently elected Aparicio Méndez, a former minister of public health, as president for a five-year term.
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 Documents on Iraq - CAABU   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
UN Resolution on Transition in Iraq - passed by the UN Security Council on 8th June 2004
UN Security Council Resolution 1511 - 16th October 2003
Statement by the EU in the UN Security Council - 26 June 2001
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 Text of UN Security Council Resolution on Iraq: November 8, 2002
Recognizing the threat Iraq’s non-compliance with Council resolutions and proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and long-range missiles poses to international peace and security,
Recalling that its resolution 678 (1990) authorized Member States to use all necessary means to uphold and implement its resolution 660 (1990) of 2 August 1990 and all relevant resolutions subsequent to resolution 660 (1990) and to restore international peace and security in the area,
During our 3 October 2002 briefing to the Security Council, members of the Council suggested that we prepare a written document on all of the conclusions we reached in Vienna.
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 Security Council resolution 660 (1990) on the situation between Iraq and Kuwait
Security Council resolution 660 (1990) on the situation between Iraq and Kuwait
Adopted by the Security Council at its 2932nd meeting, on 2 August 1990
Decides to meet again as necessary to consider further steps with to ensure compliance with the present resolution.
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 UN Security Council Resolution 1441 (2002) of 8 November 2002
UN Security Council Resolution 1441 (2002) of 8 November 2002
For a summary of the debate in the Security Council on 16-17 October 2002 at the request of the Non-Aligned Movement, click here.
For a summary of the debate in the Security Council on 8 November 2002 upon the adoption of Resolution 1441 (2002), click here.
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 UN Security Council Resolution 1441 on Iraq
Recalling that its resolution 678 (1990) authorized Member States to use all necessary means to uphold and implement its resolution 660 (1990) of 2 August 1990 and all relevant resolutions subsequent to resolution 660 (1990) and to restore international peace and security in the area,
Recalling that in its resolution 687 (1991) the Council declared that a ceasefire would be based on acceptance by Iraq of the provisions of that resolution, including the obligations on Iraq contained therein,
During our 3 October 2002 briefing to the Security Council, members of the Council suggested that we prepare a written document on all of the conclusions we reached in Vienna.
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 UN Security Council Resolution 687   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Decides that the Security Council shall review the provisions of paragraph 20 above every sixty days in the light of the policies and practices of the Government of Iraq, including the implementation of all relevant resolutions of the Security Council, for the purpose of determining whether to reduce or lift the prohibitions referred to therein;
Requires Iraq to inform the Security Council that it will not commit or support any act of international terrorism or allow any organization directed towards commission of such acts to operate within its territory and to condemn unequivocally and renounce all acts, methods and practices of terrorism;
Declares that, upon official notification by Iraq to the Secretary-General and to the Security Council of its acceptance of the provisions above, a formal cease-fire is effective between Iraq and Kuwait and the Member States cooperating with Kuwait in accordance with resolution 678 (1990);
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 Information On: Gulf War   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Within hours of the initial invasion, the UN Security Council passed Resolution 660, condemning the invasion and demanding a withdrawal of Iraqi troops.
The agreement called for Iraq to withdraw troops to pre-invasion positions within three weeks following a total cease-fire, and called for monitoring of the cease-fire and withdrawal to be overseen by the UN Security Council.
When the UN authorized full use of force in the operation Canada sent a CF18 sqaudron with support personel.
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Demands that Iraq comply fully with resolution 660 (1990) and all subsequent relevant resolutions, and decides, while maintaining all its decisions, to allow Iraq one final opportunity, as a pause of goodwil, to do so; 2.
Requests all States to provide appropriate support for the actions undertaken in pursuance of paragraph 2 of the present resolution; 4.
Requests the States concerned to keep the Security Council regularly informed on the progress of actions undertaken pursuant to paragraphs 2 and 3 of the present resolution; 5.
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