United Nations Security Council Resolutions
UNSC Resolutions related to Iraq
The Agency's mandate to monitor Iraq for prohibited activites was assigned in 1991 under
This resolution and other resolutions relating to the IAEA and Iraq are listed here:
- 1546 (2004)
Welcomes the beginning of Iraq’s transition to a democratic government and the end of occupation by the Coalition Provisional Authority, scheduled for completion 30 June 2004
- 1511 (2003)
Endorses the proposed timetable for Iraq's political transition, mandates the UN to strengthen its vital role in Iraq, authorizes a multinational security force.
- 1500 (2003)
Establishes UN Assistance Mission for Iraq, as proposed by the Secretary General, welcomes the creation of Governing Council
- 1483 (2003)
Lifts non-military sanctions, recognizes Britain and the United States as occupying powers
and calls on them to attempt to improve security and stability. Creates position of UN Special Representative to Iraq, to coordinate UN activity. Requires establishment of Development Fund for Iraq.
- 1454 (2002)
Implements revisions to the Goods Review List.
- 1447 (2002)
Extends the oil-for-food programme by 6 months, obliges the council to review the goods review list within one month
- 1443 (2002)
Extends the oil-for-food programme by 9 days only, due to disagreements over US proposals to broaden the Goods Review List.
- 1441 (2002)
Provides IAEA and UNMOVIC with a clear mandate in Iraq, with full and explicit authority for unrestricted inspections.
- 1409 (2002)
Defined a new system for the sale or supply of commodities and products to Iraq, through the adoption of the Goods Review List (GRL) and associated procedures.
- 1382 (2001)
Decided to adopt the proposed "Goods Review List (GRL)" and procedures of application for implementation beginning on 30 May 2002.
- 1352 (2001)
Expressed intent to revise UNSCR 986 (1995) arrangements for sale of goods and commodities to Iraq.
- 1284 (1999)
Confirmed IAEA mandate. Established UNMOVIC.
- 1194 (1998)
Condemned Iraq for suspending full cooperation with inspection process. Suspended bi-monthly sanctions reviews.
- 1154 (1998)
Endorsed UN Secretary General's efforts to secure Iraq's compliance in granting access to all sites including Presidential sites.
- 1137 (1997)
Condemned Iraq for continued violation of its obligations. Demanded full cooperation free of any conditions.
- 1134 (1997)
Condemned Iraq's repeated refusal to allow access by UNSCOM personnel demanded full cooperation with UNSCOM.
- 1060 (1996)
Deplored Iraq's refusal to allow access by UNSCOM personnel. Demanded that Iraq cooperate fully with UNSCOM.
- 1051 (1996)
Established Import/Export monitoring mechanism. Consolidated periodic reports required under UNSCR 699 & 715
- 986 (1991) Established the oil sales for humanitarian purposes, also known as "oil-for-food program" (subsequent resolutions have extended this programme).
- 715 (1991)
Approved the Ongoing Monitoring and Verification Plan submitted by the IAEA.
- 707 (1991)
Repeated demands that Iraq comply with the provisions of previous UNSCR and declared Iraq in material breach of UNSCR 687.
- 699 (1991)
Established Iraq's liability for the costs of the Special Commission and the IAEA.
- 687 (1991)
Established the mandates for the United Nations Special Commission and the IAEA in Iraq.
- 661 (1990)
Established economic sanctions against Iraq in response to Iraq's invasion of Kuwait.