UN Documents for Afghanistan: Security Council Resolutions

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6 December 2001 S/RES/1383 This resolution endorsed the Bonn Agreement on provisional arrangements until a permanent government could be re-established.
14 November 2001 S/RES/1378 This resolution supported efforts by the Afghan people to establish a new transitional broad-based multi-ethnic government, and affirmed that the UN should play a central role in the establishment of this transitional government.
12 November 2001 S/RES/1377 This resolution called on states to become party to the relevant international conventions and protocols relating to terrorism, to implement 1373 and to assist each other in doing so.
12 September 2001 S/RES/1368 This resolution condemned the attacks of 11 September 2001 on the United States, and called on states to bring justice to the perpetrators, organisers and sponsors of those terrorist acts.
30 July 2001 S/RES/1363 This resolution established the monitoring mechanism (the Monitoring Group (MG)) and the Sanctions Enforcement Support Team (up to 15 members with expertise in customs, border security and counter-terrorism). The MG was also tasked with offering assistance to states neighbouring Afghanistan to increase their capacity to implement the sanctions.
19 December 2000 S/RES/1333 This resolution strengthened the sanctions against the Taliban and imposed sanctions against Al-Qaida.
15 October 1999 S/RES/1267 This resolution established the Al-Qaida and Taliban Committee and its sanctions mandate.
8 December 1998 S/RES/1214 This resolution expressed grave concern at the ongoing conflict in Afghanistan, and called on the Taliban and other factions to call a cease-fire, and to resume negotiations.
28 August 1998 S/RES/1193 This resolution expressed grave concern at the conflict in Afghanistan, and called it a growing threat to regional and international peace and security, demanded that all factions stop fighting and seek a peaceful resolution.
13 August 1998 S/RES/1189 This resolution strongly condemned the terrorist bomb attacks of 7 August 1998 in eastern Africa.
22 October 1996 S/RES/1076 This resolution called on all parties in Afghanistan to stop fighting, and engage in political dialogue. The Council also denounced the discrimination against girls and women.
11 January 1990 S/RES/647 This resolution agreed to deploy UN military officers in Afghanistan and Pakistan to assist with the mission of good offices.
31 October 1988 S/RES/622 This resolution authorised the establishment of UNGOMAP.
9 January 1980 S/RES/462 This resolution invoked Uniting for Peace by calling for an emergency session of the General Assembly, following a veto by the Soviet Union on a draft resolution that would have called on its forces to withdraw from Afghanistan.
29 August 1946 S/RES/8 This resolution recommended Afghanistan, Iceland and Sweden for UN membership.