Security Council Presidential Statements
- NOTE BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL S/1999/100 -- 30 January 1999 -- Security Council has decided that it would be useful to establish three separate panels and to receive recommendations from them no later than 15 April 1999.
- UNSC PRESIDENTIAL STATEMENT on Iraq 15 November 1998 --
- UNSC PRESIDENT STATEMENT ON RESOLUTIONS CONCERNING
IRAQ 30 October 1998
- The situation between Iraq and Kuwait (S/PRST/1998/1 of 14 January 1998)
Deplores Iraq's failure to fulfil its obligations to provide the Special Commission with full, unconditional, and immediate access to all sites. The Council
determines that this failure is unacceptable and a clear violation of the relevant resolutions.
- The situation between Iraq and Kuwait (S/PRST/1997/56 of 22 December 1997)
Failure by the Government of Iraq to provide the Special Commission with immediate, unconditional access to any site or category of sites is unacceptable and a clear violation of the relevant resolutions.
- The situation between Iraq and Kuwait (S/PRST/1997/54 of 3 December 1997)
Demands that Iraq fulfil all its obligations as set out in all the relevant resolutions, including resolution 1137 (1997), and cooperate fully with UNSCOM and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
- The situation between Iraq and Kuwait (S/PRST/1997/51 of 13 November 1997)
Condemns in the strongest terms the unacceptable decision of the Government of Iraq in expelling personnel of the Special Commission of a specified nationality.
- The situation between Iraq and Kuwait (S/PRST/1997/49 of 29 October 1997)
Condemns the decision of the Government of Iraq to try to dictate the terms of its compliance with its obligation to cooperate with the Special Commission, and demands that Iraq cooperate fully, in accordance with the relevant resolutions, without conditions or restrictions, with the Special Commission in the implementation of its mandate.
- The situation between Iraq and Kuwait (S/PRST/1997/33 of 13 June 1997)
Affirms that Iraq is obliged to ensure the security of the personnel of the Special Commission and to permit the Commission to carry out its air operations anywhere in Iraq without interference of any kind.
- The situation between Iraq and Kuwait (S/PRST/1997/21 of 16 April 1997)
The case of an Iraqi aircraft which flew from Baghdad, Iraq to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
- Iraq's refusal to allow removal of 130 missile engines (S/PRST/1996/49 of 1996)
Deplores the refusal by Iraq to allow the Special Commission to remove approximately 130 missile engines from Iraq for analysis by a team of international experts under the Special Commission.
- Unrestricted access for Special Commission inspection teams in Iraq (S/PRST/1996/36 of 1996)
The denial by Iraq, on repeated occasions, of immediate, unconditional and unrestricted access to sites which they wished to inspect and the attempts made by the Government of Iraq to impose conditions on the conduct of interviews with Iraqi officials by the Special Commission constitute a gross violation of its obligations under resolutions 687 (1991), 707 (1991) and 715 (1991).
- Iraq's denial of access to Special Commission condemned (S/PRST/1996/28 of 1996)
Condemns the failure of Iraq to comply with its resolution 1060 (1996) of 12 June 1996 by refusing access to sites designated by the Special Commission on 13 June 1996.
- Access for Special Commission investigating Iraq (S/PRST/1996/11 of 1996)
Demands that the Government of Iraq allow the Special Commission inspection teams immediate, unconditional and unrestricted access to all sites designated by the Commission for inspection in accordance with the relevant resolutions of the Council.
- The situation between Iraq and Kuwait (S/PRST/1994/68
16 November 1994)
Confirms Iraq's irrevocable and unqualified recognition of the sovereignty, territorial integrity and political independence of the State of Kuwait, and of the international boundary between the Republic of Iraq and the State of Kuwait as demarcated by the United Nations Iraq-Kuwait Boundary Demarcation Commission.
- The situation between Iraq and Kuwait (S/PRST/1994/58 of
8 October 1994)
The Security Council underlines the complete unacceptability of the implication that Iraq may withdraw cooperation from the United Nations Special Commission.
- The situation between Iraq and Kuwait (S/PRST/1994/3 of 18 January 1994)
Concludes that there was no agreement that the necessary conditions existed for a modification of the regime established in paragraph 20 of resolution 687 (1991), as referred to in paragraph 21 of that resolution.
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