United Nations Security Council Resolution 1284

United Nations Security Council Resolution 1284

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United Nations Security Council Resolution 1284

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United Nations Security Council Resolution 1284, adopted on December 17, 1999, after recalling previous relevant resolutions on Iraq, including resolutions 661 (1990), 687 (1991), 699 (1991), 707 (1991), 715 (1991), 986 (1995), 1051 (1996), 1153 (1998), 1175 (1998), 1242 (1999) and 1266 (1999), the Council established the United Nations Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Commission (UNMOVIC) to replace the United Nations Special Commission (UNSCOM). It was the final resolution adopted in 1999.

Resolution 1284 was adopted by 11 votes to none against and four abstentions from China, France, Malaysia and Russia. Iraq rejected the resolution, particularly as it did not meet its requirement for the lifting of sanctions imposed in 1990.



The Security Council recalled the provisions of Resolution 715 which approved plans by the Secretary-General and Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)...
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