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United Nations Security Council Resolution 1210 – Iraq and Kuwait

United Nations Security Council Resolution 1210 – Iraq and Kuwait

Resolution 1210 (1998)

The Security Council,

Recalling its previous relevant resolutions and in particular its resolutions 986 (1995) of 14 April 1995, 1111 (1997) of 4 June 1997, 1129 (1997)of 12 September 1997, 1143 (1997) of 4 December 1997, 1153 (1998) of20 February 1998 and 1175 (1998) of 19 June 1998,

Convinced of the need as a temporary measure to continue to provide for the humanitarian needs of the Iraqi people until the fulfilment by the Government ofIraq of the relevant resolutions, including notably resolution 687 (1991) of3 April 1991, allows the Council to take further action with regard to the prohibitions referred to in resolution 661 (1990) of 6 August 1990, inaccordance with the provisions of those resolutions,

Convinced also of the need for equitable distribution of humanitariansupplies to all segments of the Iraqi population throughout the country,

Welcoming the positive impact of the relevant resolutions on the humanitarian situation in Iraq as described in the report of the Secretary-General dated 19 November 1998 (S/1998/1100),

Determined to improve the humanitarian situation in Iraq,

Reaffirming the commitment of all Member States to the sovereignty andterritorial integrity of Iraq,

Acting under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations,

1. Decides that the provisions of resolution 986 (1995), except those contained in paragraphs 4, 11 and 12, shall remain in force for a new period of 180 days beginning at 00.01 hours, Eastern Standard Time, on 26 November 1998;

2. Further decides that paragraph 2 of resolution 1153 (1998) shallremain in force and shall apply to the 180-day period referred to in paragraph 1above;

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3. Directs the Committee established by resolution 661 (1990) toauthorize, on the basis of specific requests, reasonable expenses related to theHajj pilgrimage, to be met by funds in the escrow account;

4. Requests the Secretary-General to continue to take the actionsnecessary to ensure the effective and efficient implementation of thisresolution, and to review, by 31 December 1998, the various options to resolvethe difficulties encountered in the financial process, referred to in theSecretary-General’s report of 19 November 1998 (S/1998/1100), and to continue toenhance as necessary the United Nations observation process in Iraq in such away as to provide the required assurance to the Council that the goods producedin accordance with this resolution are distributed equitably and that allsupplies authorized for procurement, including dual usage items and spare parts,are utilized for the purpose for which they have been authorized;

5. Further decides to conduct a thorough review of all aspects of theimplementation of this resolution 90 days after the entry into force ofparagraph 1 above and again prior to the end of the 180-day period, on receiptof the reports referred to in paragraphs 6 and 10 below, and expresses itsintention, prior to the end of the 180-day period, to consider favourablyrenewal of the provisions of this resolution as appropriate, provided that thesaid reports indicate that those provisions are being satisfactorilyimplemented;

6. Requests the Secretary-General to report to the Council 90 days afterthe date of entry into force of paragraph 1 above, and again prior to the end ofthe 180-day period, on the basis of observations of United Nations personnel inIraq, and of consultations with the Government of Iraq, on whether Iraq hasensured the equitable distribution of medicine, health supplies, foodstuffs, andmaterials and supplies for essential civilian needs, financed in accordance withparagraph 8 (a) of resolution 986 (1995), including in his reports anyobservations which he may have on the adequacy of the revenues to meet Iraq’shumanitarian needs, and on Iraq’s capacity to export sufficient quantities ofpetroleum and petroleum products to produce the sum referred to in paragraph 2of resolution 1153 (1998);

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7. Requests the Secretary-General to report to the Council if Iraq is unable to export petroleum and petroleum products sufficient to produce thetotal sum provided for in paragraph 2 above and, following consultations withrelevant United Nations agencies and the Iraqi authorities, make recommendationsfor the expenditure of the sum expected to be available, consistent with thepriorities established in paragraph 2 of resolution 1153 (1998) and with thedistribution plan referred to in paragraph 5 of resolution 1175 (1998);

8. Decides that paragraphs 1, 2, 3 and 4 of resolution 1175 (1998) shallremain in force and shall apply to the new 180-day period referred to in paragraph 1 above;

9. Requests the Secretary-General, in consultation with the Government ofIraq, to submit to the Council, by 31 December 1998, a detailed list of partsand equipment necessary for the purpose described in paragraph 1 of resolution1175 (1998);

10. Requests the Committee established by resolution 661 (1990), in closecoordination with the Secretary-General, to report to the Council 90 days afterthe entry into force of paragraph 1 above and again prior to the end of the180-day period on the implementation of the arrangements in paragraphs 1, 2, 6,8, 9 and 10 of resolution 986 (1995);

11. Urges all States, and in particular the Government of Iraq, to providetheir full cooperation in the effective implementation of this resolution;

12. Appeals to all States to continue to cooperate in the timelysubmission of applications and the expeditious issue of export licences,facilitating the transit of humanitarian supplies authorized by the Committeeestablished by resolution 661 (1990), and to take all other appropriate measureswithin their competence in order to ensure that urgently required humanitariansupplies reach the Iraqi people as rapidly as possible;

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13. Stresses the need to continue to ensure respect for the security andsafety of all persons directly involved in the implementation of this resolutionin Iraq;

14. Decides to remain seized of the matter.

Adopted by the Security Council at its 3946th meeting,on 24 November 1998.

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