UN Documents for Sanctions: Security Council Resolutions

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17 June 2011 S/RES/1989 This resolution empowered the Ombudsperson to make delisting recommendations to the 1267/1989 Committee.
17 June 2011 S/RES/1988 This resolution established a separate Taliban/Afghanistan sanctions regime, with a separate list of Taliban individuals and entities subject to sanctions and a new Afghanistan focused sanctions committee.
9 June 2011 S/RES/1984 This resolution extended the mandate of the panel of experts that supports the Iran Sanctions Committee for one year.
10 July 2008 S/RES/1823 This resolution ended the prohibition on the supply of arms and weapons for use in Rwanda and dissolved the committee tasked with monitoring compliance with the sanctions.
28 March 2007 S/RES/1749 This resolution removed the requirement that Rwanda marks and registers all weapons.
20 February 2007 S/RES/1744 This resolution authorised African Union Mission to Somalia (AMISOM).
21 December 2006 S/RES/1732 This resolution welcomed the report of the Working Group on General Issues of Sanctions and requested its subsidiary bodies to take note of methodological standards and best practices proposed in the report.
20 December 2006 S/RES/1731 This was on sanctions in Liberia.
19 December 2006 S/RES/1730 This resolution established "a focal point" within the UN Secretariat to process submissions for de-listing under Council resolutions involving targeted sanctions.
20 June 2006 S/RES/1689 This resolution lifted sanctions on the diamond industry in Liberia.
13 June 2006 S/RES/1683 This resolution partially lifted the arms embargo (for limited supplies of weapons and ammunition) but requested that the Liberian government mark weapons and ammunition, maintain a registry, and formally notify the sanctions committee.
15 November 2004 S/RES/1572 This resolution established an arms embargo and called for sanctions against individuals found to be obstructing the peace process, violating human rights, publicly inciting hatred and violence and violating the embargo.
18 April 2000 S/RES/1295 This resolution imposed further sanctions on UNITA and called for punishment of diamond sanctions violators.
27 August 1998 S/RES/1192 This resolution suspended sanctions on Libya pending a report from the Secretary-General on the appearance of the two suspects in the Lockerbie bombing to stand trial in The Hague.
12 June 1998 S/RES/1173 This resolution prohibited the direct or indirect import from Angola of all diamonds that were not controlled through the certificate of origin regime.