UN Documents for Libya: Security Council Resolutions

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22 July 2016 S/RES/2298 This was a resolution providing for Libya’s category 2 chemical weapons to be transferred and destroyed outside of the country.
14 June 2016 S/RES/2292 This was a resolution providing a one year authorisation for member states to inspect, in the high seas off the coast of Libya, vessels bound to or from Libya.
13 June 2016 S/RES/2291 This was a resolution renewing the mandate of UNSMIL until 15 December 2016.
31 March 2016 S/RES/2278 The Council renewed the sanctions regime for a year.
15 March 2016 S/RES/2273 This was a resolution renewing UNSMIL until 15 June 2016.
23 December 2015 S/RES/2259 The Council welcomed the signing of the Libyan Political Agreement.
9 October 2015 S/RES/2240 This resolution authorised the interdiction of vessels used for migrant smuggling or human trafficking on the high seas off the coast of Libya.
10 September 2015 S/RES/2238 This was a resolution renewing the mandate of the UNSMIL until 15 March 2016.
27 March 2015 S/RES/2214 This was a resolution that focused on counter-terrorism efforts.
27 March 2015 S/RES/2213 This resolution renewed UNSMIL and the 1970 Libya Panel of Experts.
5 March 2015 S/RES/2208 This was a resolution on a technical rollover of UNSMIL as well as on the measures on vessels transporting crude oil illicitly exported from Libya until 31 March.
27 August 2014 S/RES/2174 This was a resolution imposing sanctions on individuals and entities obstructing or undermining the successful completion of the political transition and tightening the arms embargo.
19 March 2014 S/RES/2146 This resolution imposed measures on vessels transporting crude oil that had been illicitly exported from Libya.
14 March 2014 S/RES/2144 This resolution extended the mandate of UNSMIL until 13 March 2015 and the mandate of the Panel assisting the 1970 Libya Sanctions Committee until 13 April 2015.
14 March 2013 S/RES/2095 This resolution extended UNSMIL's mandate by 12 months and the mandate of the Panel of Experts assisting the 1970 Libya Sanctions Committee for 13 months.