UN Documents for Afghanistan: Security Council Resolutions

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23 March 2009 S/RES/1868 This resolution extended the UNAMA mandate for 12 months and requested quarterly reports from the Secretary-General.
22 September 2008 S/RES/1833 This resolution extended ISAF's authorisation until 13 October 2009.
11 June 2008 S/RES/1817 This was the resolution restricting the trafficking of chemical precursors into Afghanistan.
20 March 2008 S/RES/1806 This resolution extended UNAMA's mandate for 12 months until 23 March 2009.
19 September 2007 S/RES/1776 This resolution extended ISAF's mandate until 13 October 2008 and encouraged ISAF and other partners to sustain their efforts, as resources permit, to train, mentor and empower the Afghan national security forces, in particular the Afghan National Police.
23 March 2007 S/RES/1746 This resolution extended UNAMA's mandate until 23 March 2008.
22 December 2006 S/RES/1735 This resolution further expanded the scope of the sanctions regime and the Committee's mandate, adopted new listing requirements, and extended and elaborated the mandate of the Monitoring Team.
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.
12 September 2006 S/RES/1707 This resolution extended ISAF's mandate until 13 October 2007.
23 March 2006 S/RES/1662 This resolution extended UNAMA's mandate until 23 March 2007.
15 February 2006 S/RES/1659 This resolution endorsed the Afghanistan Compact.
13 September 2005 S/RES/1623 This resolution extended ISAF's mandate until 13 October 2006.
29 July 2005 S/RES/1617 This resolution significantly broadened the mandate of the Committee and the Monitoring Team and extended its mandate for an additional 17 months.
24 March 2005 S/RES/1589 This resolution extended UNAMA's mandate until 24 March 2006.
17 September 2004 S/RES/1563 This resolution extended ISAF for an additional year until 13 October 2005.