Iraq UN Documents
Here's all of the UN resolution's on Iraq starting Aug 6 1990 through May 28 2010
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Security Council Resolutions
•S/RES/1905 (21 December 2009) extended the arrangements and related immunities for the DFI and the IAMB until 31 December 2010.
•S/RES/1883 (7 August 2009) extended the mandate of UNAMI for another year.
•S/RES/1859 (22 December 2008) extended the arrangements for the Development Fund for Iraq (DFI) and the International Advisory and Monitoring Board (IAMB) until 31 December 2009 with a review by 15 June.
•S/RES/1830 (7 August 2008) renewed the mandate of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) for a period of 12 months.
•S/RES/1790 (18 December 2007) extended the mandates of the MNF, the Development Fund for Iraq (DFI) and the International Advisory and Monitoring Board (IAMB) until 31 December 2008, with a review on 15 June, in addition to the DFI privileges and immunities equivalent to those enjoyed by the UN as established in resolution 1483 to facilitate the restructuring of Iraq’s debt.
•S/RES/1770 (10 August 2007) extended UNAMI's mandate for twelve months and authorised an expanded role for the mission.
•S/RES/1762 (29 June 2007) terminated UNMOVIC's mandate.
•S/RES/1723 (28 November 2006) extended the MNF mandate until 31 December 2007.
•S/RES/1700 (10 August 2006) extended the UNAMI mandate until 10 August 2007.
•S/RES/1637 (8 November 2005) extended the Multi National Force's (MNF) mandate, the DFI and the IAMB until 31 December 2006.
•S/RES/1619 (11 August 2005) extended UNAMI until 11 August 2006.
•S/RES/1557 (12 August 2004) extended UNAMI until 12 August 2004.
•S/RES/1546 (8 June 2004) endorsed the formation of the interim government and the holding of elections by January 2005, welcomed the end of occupation by 30 June 2004, endorsed the proposed timetable for the political transition, detailed the mandate of the SRSG, UNAMI and the MNF, and requested quarterly reports.
•S/RES/1538 (21 April 2004) welcomed the inquiry into the oil-for-food programme.
•S/RES/1518 (24 November 2003) established a sanctions committee.
•S/RES/1511 (16 October 2003) reaffirmed the temporary nature of the Coalition Provisional Authority, endorsed the interim administration, called for a political timetable, authorised the MNF to maintainsecurity and stability during 12 months. It also determined the status of the MNF and its relation to the UN, and asked the US to report every six months.
•S/RES/1500 (14 August 2003) welcomed the establishment of the "broadly representative" Governing Council of Iraq and created UNAMI.
•S/RES/1483 (22 May 2003) recognised the occupying powers, requested the Secretary-General to appoint a Special Representative for Iraq, established sanctions against the previous Iraqi government, created the DFI and envisaged the termination of the oil-for-food programme within six months.
•S/RES/1476 (24 April 2003) extended the adjustments to the oil-for-food programme introduced by resolution 1472 until 3 June 2003.
•S/RES/1472 (28 March 2003) called on all parties to abide by humanitarian law and made adjustments to the oil-for-food programme to deal with changes in the humanitarian situation following the US-led invasion.
•S/RES/1441 (8 November 2002) decided that Iraq was in breach of its international obligations due to its lack of cooperation with UNMOVIC inspectors and decided to resume weapons inspections in Iraq and deplored the failure by Iraq to account for Kuwaiti and third-country nationals wrongfully detained.
•S/RES/1284 (17 December 1999) established UNMOVIC and requested the Secretary-General to report to the Council every four months on the compliance by Iraq with its obligations regarding the repatriation or return of all Kuwaiti and third-country nationals.
•S/RES/986 (14 April 1995) established the oil-for-food program.
•S/RES/833 (27 May 1993) welcomed the Secretary-General's decision for the maintenance of the boundary until other arrangements were made by Iraq and Kuwait.
•S/RES/706 (18 August 1991) requested the Secretary-General to submit a report on the repatriation or return of all Kuwaiti and third-country nationals.
•S/RES/692 (20 May 1991) established the UNCC and the UN Compensation Fund.
•S/RES/687 (3 April 1991) decided that Iraq should extend all necessary cooperation to the ICRC in their search for missing Kuwaiti and third-country nationals.
•S/RES/686 (2 March 1991) demanded that Iraq release all Kuwaiti or third country nationals and return the remains of any deceased Kuwaiti and third country nationals so detained.
•S/RES/661 (6 August 1990) imposed economic sanctions on Iraq after it invaded Kuwait, providing for a full trade embargo, excluding medical supplies, food and other items of humanitarian necessity, to be determined by a sanctions committee.
•S/PRST/2010/5 (26 February 2010) underlined the importance of Iraq’s ratifying the Additional Protocol to the Comprehensive Safeguards Agreement with the IAEA and expressed the Council's willingness to review disarmament-related restrictions on Iraq.
•S/PRST/2009/30 (16 November 2009) reaffirmed support for UNAMI.
•S/PRST/2009/17 (18 June 2009) reaffirmed Council support for the Iraqi government and UNAMI, in particular for helping the return of refugees, promoting dialogue and providing electoral assistance.
•S/PRST/2007/36 (5 October 2007) condemned the 3 October attack in Baghdad against the Polish Ambassador to Iraq, which resulted in the wounding of the ambassador and the killing of one member of his personalsecurity detachment team and one Iraqi civilian.
•S/PRST/2007/11 (13 April 2007) condemned the terrorist attack that targeted the Iraqi Council of Representatives.
•S/PRST/2006/29 (29 June 2006) condemned in the strongest possible terms the assassination by terrorists of the members of a Russian diplomatic mission in Iraq.
•S/PRST/2006/24 (24 May 2006) welcomed the inauguration of the Iraqi government.
•S/PRST/2006/8 (14 February 2006) welcomed the results of the elections.
•S/PRST/2005/5 (16 February 2005) welcomed the elections and called for sustained political efforts to make the transition successful.
•S/PRST/2004/11 (27 April 2004) supported the Special Adviser on Iraq.
•S/PRST/2004/6 (24 March 2004) supported the decision to dispatch a Special Adviser and an assistance team for the elections.
•S/PRST/2003/28 (18 December 2003) expressed the Council's continued support for Vorontsov's work, while announcing its intention to keep his mandate under review.
•S/PRST/2003/24 (20 November 2003) emphasised the important humanitarian role of the oil-for-food program as the program ended.
•S/PRST/2003/13 (20 August 2003) condemned the attack against the UN headquarters in Baghdad.
•SC/9897 (31 March 2010) welcomed the provisional results of the Iraqi election.
•SC/9876 (8 March 2010) expressed appreciation to the government of Iraq and UNAMI for preparing and conducting the 7 March election.
•SC/9810 (9 December 2009) condemned the 8 December coordinated bombings in Baghdad.
•SC/9775 (26 October 2009) condemned the 25 October coordinated bombings in Baghdad.
•SC/9772 (22 October 2009) noted the Council agreed to extend the financing of the mandate of the High-Level Coordinator for eight months.
•SC/9733 (19 August 2009) condemned the 19 August coordinated bombings in Baghdad.
•SC/9725 (7 August 2009) was the press statement on the adoption of resolution 1883.
•SC/9643 (25 April 2009) was a press statement condemning terrorist attacks in Baghdad and Diyala on 23 and 24 April.
•SC/9637 (16 April 2009) was a press statement regarding the issue of Iraq/Kuwait missing persons and property.
•SC/9587 (3 February 2009) was a press statement on Iraq elections.
•SC/9529 (10 December 2008) was a press statement regarding the issue of Iraq/Kuwait missing persons and property.
•SC/9375 (25 June 2008) was a press statement regarding the issue of Iraq/Kuwait missing persons and property.
•SC/9358 (13 June 2008) expressed appreciation for UN assistance to Iraq, recognised efforts made by the Iraqi government to improve security, national reconciliation and reconstruction and to combat terrorism and sectarian violence, and called upon the international community to support Iraq.
•SC/9194 (11 December 2007) on the issue of Iraq/Kuwait missing persons and missing property.
•SC/9098 (16 August 2007) condemned the 14 August attacks in the Iraqi province of Ninawah.
•SC/9035 (6 June 2007)
•SC/8580 (14 December 2005) expressed the Council members' full support for High-Level Coordinator's continued efforts and welcomed the constructive engagement of the Government of Iraq.
•SC/8481 (25 August 2005) expressed the Council members' full support for High-Level Coordinator's continued efforts.
•S/2010/240 (14 May 2010) was a report on UNAMI.
•S/2010/166 (1 April 2010) was a report on the DFI and the IAMB.
•S/2010/76 (8 February 2010) was a report on UNAMI.
•S/2009/585 (11 November 2009) was a report on UNAMI.
•S/2009/539 (16 October 2009) was a report on Iraq/Kuwait missing persons and property.
•S/2009/430 (24 August 2009) was a Secretary-General's report on the Development Fund for Iraq (DFI) and the International Advisory and Monitoring Board (IAMB).
•S/2009/393 (30 July 2009) was a quarterly report on UNAMI.
•S/2009/385 (27 July 2009) was the Secretary-General’s report on the review of Iraq resolutions.
•S/2009/284 (2 June 2009) was a Secretary-General’s report on UNAMI.
•S/2009/190 (8 April 2009) was a report of the Secretary-General on Iraq/Kuwait missing persons and missing property.
•S/2009/102 (20 February 2009) was a report on UNAMI.
•S/2008/761 (4 December 2008) was a report from the Secretary-General on implementation of paragraph 14 of resolution 1284 on the repatriation of Kuwaiti and third-country nationals or their remains, and the return of property following the first Gulf War.
•2008/688 (6 November 2008) was a report on UNAMI.
•S/2008/495 (29 July 2008) was a report on UNAMI.
•S/2008/405 (19 June 2008) was a report from the Secretary-General on implementation of paragraph 14 of resolution 1284 on the repatriation of Kuwaiti and third-country nationals or their remains, and the return of property following the first Gulf War.
•S/2008/372 (9 June 2008) provided a final account of the activities of UNMOVIC.
•S/2008/266 (22 April 2008) was a report on UNAMI.
•S/2008/175 (11 March 2008) was a note from the Secretary-General on the termination of the oil-for-food programme.
•S/2008/19 (14 January 2008) was the briefing of the Council on UNAMI following the Secretary-General’s report.
•S/2007/725 (7 December 2007) was a note from the Secretary-General on the termination of the oil-for-food programme, enclosing a proposal for the establishment of a Claims Settlement Committee.
•S/2007/712 (6 December 2007) was the Secretary-General’s report pursuant to resolution 1284 on the Iraq/Kuwait missing persons and property issue.
•S/2007/608 (15 October 2007) was a UNAMI report.
•S/2007/568 (27 September 2007) reported on steps taken to dispose of the UNMOVIC archives.
•S/2007/330(5 June 2007) was a UNAMI report.
•S/2007/321 (31 May 2007) was the report on Iraq/Kuwait missing persons and missing property.
•S/2007/314 (29 May 2007) was the UNMOVIC report.
•S/2007/126 (7 March 2007) was a UNAMI report.
•S/2007/106 (23 February 2007) was a UNMOVIC report.
•S/2006/948 (6 December 2006) was a report on Iraq/Kuwait missing persons/property pursuant to paragraph 14 of resolution 1284.
•S/2006/945 (5 December 2006) was a UNAMI report.
•S/2006/706 (1 September 2006) was a UNAMI report.
•S/2006/701 (30 August 2006) was a UNMOVIC quarterly report.
•S/2007/476 (25 July 2007) was a note from the Secretary-General on the termination of the oil-for-food programme.
•S/2006/428 (21 June 2006) was a report on Iraq/Kuwait missing property.
•S/2006/420 (21 June 2006) was the summary of the compendium of Iraq's proscribed WMD programmes.
•S/2006/360 (2 June 2006) was a UNAMI report.
•S/2006/342 (30 May 2006) was a UNMOVIC quarterly report.
•S/2006/137 (3 March 2006) was a UNAMI report.
•S/2006/133 (28 February 2006) was a UNMOVIC quarterly report.
•S/2005/769 (8 December 2005) commended the new Iraqi authorities on their constructive cooperation.
•S/2005/766 (7 December 2005) was a UNAMI report.
•S/2005/585 (7 September 2005) was a UNAMI report.
•S/2005/513 (8 August 2005) reported that the mortal remains of 227 Kuwaitis and other countries' nationals (six Saudi, one Lebanese, one Egyptian, one Omani, three Iranian and 12 stateless) had been identified.
•S/2005/373 (7 June 2005) was a UNAMI report.
•S/2005/141 and Corr.1 (7 March 2005) was a UNAMI report.
•S/2004/959 (8 December 2004) was a UNAMI report.
•S/2004/710 and Corr.1 (3 September 2004) was a UNAMI report.
•S/2004/625 (5 Aug 2004) was a report pursuant to resolution 1483.
•S/2003/1161 (9 December 2003) stated that more effort would be required before the questions of concern to Kuwait could be settled and proposed that the Council determine the future of High-Level Coordinator's mandate in view of the request by Kuwait that it be continued.
•S/2003/1149 (5 December 2003) was a report pursuant to resolution 1483.
•S/2003/813 (13 August 2003) proposed that the Council might wish to consider bringing the High-Level Coordinator's mandate to a close by the end of 2003.
•S/2003/715 (17 July 2003) was a report pursuant to resolution 1483, which established sanctions against the previous Iraqi government and envisaged the termination of the oil-for-food programme within six months.
•S/2000/516 (1 June 2000) was the first UNMOVIC quarterly report.
•S/2010/150 (22 March 2010) included the IAEA assessment of Iraq's cooperation with its safeguards activities.
•S/2010/153 (18 March 2010) included Iraq's first quarterly report on the action plan and timeline for the transition to a post-DFI mechanism by 31 December 2010.
•S/2010/72 (4 February 2010) informed the Secretary-General that the Council had earmarked funds to finance the mandate of the High-Level Coordinator until 30 June 2010, and requested a comprehensive progress report by 30 June 2010.
•S/2010/37 (19 January 2010) was Iraq's letter to the Council arguing that Iraq had fulfilled its disarmament obligations and asking for the removal of related restrictions under existing resolutions.
•S/2009/685 (29 December 2009) noted the Council's agreement in SC/9772 to finance the activities of the High-Level Coordinator for Iraq/Kuwait Missing Persons and Property for a further eight months and suggested funds be transferred from the Iraq escrow account for this purpose.
•S/2009/573 (3 November 2009) conveyed a 26 October 2009 letter from Iraq to the Secretary-General which reiterated the Iraqi request for a high-level international envoy to assess the extent of foreign involvement in attacks in Iraq.
•S/2009/350 (8 July 2009) was a letter from Iraq informing the Security Council that 24 boxes of property belonging to the Kuwait Central Bank had been returned to Kuwait on 24 June.
•S/2009/226 (30 April 2009) was a letter from the UNCC welcoming the willingness of Iraq and Kuwait to discuss unpaid compensations on 20 May 2009.
•S/2009/203 (14 April 2009) was a letter from Kuwait to the President of the Security Council expressing support for the Secretary-General's proposal to extend the mandate of the High-level Coordinator to June 2010.
•S/2009/190 (8 April 2009) was a comprehensive report on the repatriation or return of all Kuwaiti and third-country nationals or their remains and the return of all Kuwaiti property.
•S/2009/178 (24 March 2009) was a letter from the Deputy Prime Minister of Kuwait to the President of the Security Council concerning paragraph 5 of resolution 1859.
•S/2009/143 (13 March 2009) was a letter from the Iraqi Foreign Minister to the Council regarding paragraph 5 of resolution 1859.
•S/2009/79 (3 February 2009) transmitted the annual report of the 1518 Committee.
•S/2008/783 (12 December 2008) Secretary-General informed the Council of his intention to conclude a detailed agreement with the US government to ensure US forces in Iraq continue to provide security support to the UN in Iraq. S/2008/784 (16 December 2008) is a letter from the Council noting the Secretary-General's intention.
•S/2008/676 (28 October 2008) was a letter from the Syrian Arab Republic Ambassador to the President of the Security Council and the Secretary-General condeming the US targeting of a civilian building inside Syrian territory by four US helicopters which resulted in the loss of life of eight Syrians.
•S/2008/423 (27 June 2008) was a letter from the Council to the Secretary-General supporting the actions and recommendations contained in the Secretary-General's report on the final activities of UNMOVIC (S/2008/372) regarding the disposition of and control of access to UNMOVIC's archives.
•S/2008/380 (10 June 2008) was a letter from Iraq emphasising that Iraq still needed the assistance and support of the MNF-I and noting that Iraq is currently negotiating bilateral security arrangements with the US that would address Iraq’s security needs; these arrangements are currently covered by the mandate of the MNF-I.
•S/2008/350 (29 May 2008) was a letter from Iraq on the fulfilment of its obligations under resolution 1762 to adhere to disarmament and non-proliferation regimes, including in particular by making arrangements to join the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons and to sign the Additional Protocol to the IAEA Safeguards Agreements, and by acceding to the Chemical Weapons Convention.
•S/2008/341 (23 May 2008) was a letter from the Council requesting that the Iraqi-UN Working Group on outstanding issues relating to the oil-for-food programme reconvene in June 2008 and affirmed its intention to conclude in July 2008 all outstanding issues and end the oil-for-food programme.
•S/2008/318 (9 May 2008) was a letter from the Secretary-General to the Council reporting on the Iraqi-UN Working Group on outstanding issues relating to the oil-for-food programme, in particular issues arising from suppliers’ claims that goods were delivered to Iraq but have not been paid for because of a lack of authentication documents.
•S/2008/321 (8 May 2008) was a letter from Syria rejecting US accusations of weapons and fighters’ flow from Syria to Iraq.
•S/2008/280 (28 April 2008) was a letter from Iran rejecting US accusations that Iran is contributing to insecurity in Iraq via arming, training and funding illegal armed groups in Iraq.
•S/2008/238 (8 April 2008) and S/2008/239 (11 April 2008) was an exchange of letters between the Secretary-General and the Council on the appointment of Ambassador Gennady Tarasov of Russia as the new High-Level Coordinator for Iraq/Kuwait missing persons and property.
•S/2008/206 (26 March 2008) was a letter from the Council to the Secretary-General allowing the amount of $225,000 be earmarked from the operating reserves of the Iraq escrow account to cover the next 12 months of the activities of the High-level Coordinator for Iraq/Kuwait missing persons and property (starting from the new appointment) and requesting a comprehensive report in 12 months providing a timescale for completion of the mandate under resolution 1284.
•S/2008/205 (11 March 2008) was a letter from the Secretary-General to the Council noting that projections of future financial requirements for the continuation of the activities of the High-level Coordinator for Iraq/Kuwait missing persons and property exceed the current allotted funds in the Iraq escrow account, and therefore proposing that an amount of $900,000 covering activities for the next four years be used from the operational reserves of the account.
•S/2008/140 (29 February 2008) was a letter from the Council requesting the Secretary-General for a further progress report on the termination of the oil-for-food programme, by 15 March.
•S/2008/41 (23 January 2008) was a letter from the Secretary-General enclosing a summary of the Working Group meeting outlining progress made with respect to the termination of operations relating to letters of credit issued in the framework of the oil-for-food programme.
•S/2007/680 (21 November 2007) was a letter approving the archiving procedure for the UNMOVIC files proposed by the Secretary-General in his September 2007 report (S/2007/568).
•S/2007/661 (8 November 2007) was a letter by the Council requesting the Secretary-General to develop proposals to address unresolved issues, including the possible need for the establishment of mechanisms to deal with outstanding issues, and to report again to the Council on such issues within three weeks, bearing in mind the non-negotiable termination date of 31 December 2007 for the programme.
•S/2007/657 (7 November 2007) was a letter from the Governing Council of the UNCC declining the Iraqi request to reduce its level of contribution to the Compensation Fund.
•S/2007/579 (17 September 2007) was a letter from the Council to Iraq noting the position of the Iraqi government in S/2007/526 and reiterating that the matter was being reviewed by the UNCC Governing Council.
•S/2007/526 (5 September 2007) was a letter from Iraq to the Council requesting a temporary suspension of the obligation to pay compensations with a view to reducing the payments.
•S/2007/481 (9 August 2007) was a letter from Iraq to the Secretary-General expressing the desire to have the UNAMI mandate extended for one more year.
•S/2007/398 (3 July 2007) was a letter from the Governing Council of the UNCC to the Security Council on its session held from 20 to 22 June 2007.
•S/2007/412 (25 June 2007) and S/2007/413 (6 July 2007) was the exchange of letters between the Secretary-General and the Council on the construction of a new UN compound in Baghdad.
•S/2007/300 and S/2007/301 (7 May 2007) was the exchange of letters on the transfer of money from the UNMOVIC account to settle Iraq's arrears to the UN.
•S/2007/274 (8 May 2007) was the letter from Egypt enclosing the statement of the Sharm el-Sheikh meeting.
•S/2007/242 (27 April 2007)
•S/2007/241 (27 March 2007)
•S/2007/236 (24 April 2007) was the letter from Iraq requesting the conclusion of the mandate of UNMOVIC and the IAEA Iraq action team.
•S/2007/224 (20 April 2007) was the letter from Iraq enclosing a summary of the 10 March Baghdad conference.
•S/2007/218 (19 April 2007) and S/2007/245 (30 April 2007) was the exchange of letters between the Secretary-General and the president of the Council on a letter from the IAEA Director-General noting that the IAEA had not been able to implement its mandate in Iraq.
•S/2007/184 (31 March 2007) was the letter from Iran complaining about the firing of shots by the British military forces at the Iranian Consulate General in Iraq.
•S/2006/987 and S/2006/988 (15 December 2006) was an exchange of letters between the Secretary-General and the Council on an Iraqi request to transfer $40 million from the UNMOVIC account to the Permanent Mission of Iraq to the UN.
•S/2007/47 (29 January 2007)
•S/2007/46 (8 December 2006)
•S/2006/963 (7 December 2006) was a letter from League of Arab States enclosing a statement by the Ministerial Committee on Iraq.
•S/2006/899 (17 November 2006) was the letter from the US on the extension of the MNF mandate.
•S/2006/888 (14 November 2006) was the letter from the Iraqi government requesting a renewal of the MNF, Development Fund for Iraq and International Advisory and Monitoring Board for Iraq mandates.
•S/2006/646 (11 August 2006)
•S/2006/614 (1 August 2006) was a letter from the Arab League including the outcome of the meeting of the Preparatory Committee for the Iraqi National Reconciliation Conference.
•S/2006/512 (12 July 2006) was a letter from Russia including the decision and the statement of the State Duma of the Russian Federal Assembly in connection with the killing of Russian citizens in Iraq.
•S/2006/510 (10 July 2006)
•S/2006/505 (11 July 2006) was a letter from Iran to the Secretary-General enclosing the final communiqué of the ninth meeting of foreign ministers of Iraq's neighbouring countries.
•S/2006/449 (28 June 2006) was a letter from Honduras to the Secretary-General enclosing a communiqué regarding the elections of the new government of Iraq.
•S/2006/394 (14 June 2006) was a letter from the Secretary-General to the president of the Council enclosing a letter from his representative on the IAMB.
•S/2006/377 (9 June 2006) was a letter from Iraq to the president of the Council requesting the prolongation of the MNF mandate and of the DFI and the IAMB.
•S/2006/221 (5 April 2006) was the letter from Tunisia on the return to Kuwait of Kuwaiti property.
•S/2006/93 and S/2006/94 (10 February 2006) were letters on UNMOVIC.
•S/2005/807 (19 December 2005)
•S/2005/753 (5 December 2005) was a letter from Turkey asking for more UN involvement in Iraq.
•A/60/235 (22 November 2005) was a letter from Costa Rica to the President of the General Assembly requesting the General Assembly to follow-up on the recommendations of the Inquiry Committee into the oil-for-food programme.
•S/2005/713 (11 November 2005)
•S/2005/687 (11 November 2005) was a letter from Iraq asking for a 12 month extension of the MNF mandate and the DFI.
•S/2005/691 (31 October 2005) letter from the US on the extension of the MNF mandate.
•S/2005/656 (17 October 2005)
•S/2005/652 (17 October 2005) was a letter on the IAEA activities in Iraq.
•S/2005/536 (19 August 2005)
•S/2005/535 (8 August 2005)
•S/2005/509 (4 August 2005) the Secretary-General recommended that the Council extend UNAMI's mandate by 12 months.
•A/59/824-S/2005/363 (31 May 2005) was a letter from Bahrain to the Secretary-General which transmitted the Joint Communiqué of the Ministerial Meeting between the Gulf Cooperation Council states and the EU, expressing appreciation to ICRC and the Tripartite Commission for seeking Kuwaiti and third-country nationals and missing persons whose fate and whereabouts were still unknown.
•S/2004/764 (30 September 2004) was a letter on the security arrangements for UNAMI.
•S/2003/538 (8 May 2003) was a letter from the US and the UK with the Coalition's statement of purpose.
•S/2002/112 (14 February 2000) appointed High-Level Coordinator Yuli M. Vorontsov.
•S/PV.6293 (6 April 2010) was a briefing on DFI and IAMB.
•S/PV.6271 (16 February 2010) was a briefing on UNAMI.
•S/PV.6249 (21 December 2009) was the meeting record of the adoption of resolution 1905.
•S/PV.6218 and S/PV.6219 (16 November 2009) encompass a briefing on UNAMI.
•PR/2009/5 (29 October 2009) was the press release by the UNCC announcing that it will pay $610 million to 10 further claimants.
•S/PV.6179 (7 August 2009) was the meeting in which the Council unanimously extended the mandate of the UNAMI for another year.
•S/PV.6177 (4 August 2009) was a briefing by Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Iraq and head of UNAMI, Ad Melkert.
•S/PV.6145 (18 June 2009) was a debate featuring a briefing by the Secretary-General’s Special Representative in Iraq, Staffan de Mistura.
•The 14th report on the human rights situation in the country covering the period 1 July to 31 Decmber 2008 was released on 29 April.
•S/PV.6087 (26 February 2009) was an open debate during which the Council was briefed by SRSG Staffan de Mistura on UNAMI's activities.
•S/PV.6059 (22 December 2008) was an open meeting on Iraq during which Iraq Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari addressed the Council. Resolution 1859 was adopted.
•The 13th report on the human rights situation in the country covering the period 1 January – 30 June 2008 was released on 2 December 2008.
•S/PV.6016 (14 November 2008) an open debate during which the Council was briefed by SRSG Staffan de Mistura on UNAMI's activities.
•PR/2008/10 (29 October 2008) was the press relase by the UNCC announcing that it will pay $889 million to 16 further claimants.
•S/PV.5949 (6 August 2008) an open debate during which the Council was briefed by Under Secretary-General B. Lynn Pascoe on the report on UNAMI’s activities (S/2008/495).
•S/PV.5910 (13 June 2008) was a briefing from the US on behalf of the MNF-I, from Ibrahim Gambari, Special Adviser on the International Compact with Iraq, on UNAMI activities, and from Warren Sach, Assistant Secretary-General, Controller, on the International Advisory and Monitoring Board (IAMB).
•S/PV.5878 (28 April 2008) was a briefing by Under Secretary-General for Political Affairs B. Lynn Pascoe on progress regarding the fulfilliment of UNAMI's mandate and by US Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad on behalf of the Mulltinational Force in Iraq.
•S/PV.5823 (21 January 2008) was a Security Council briefing and debate on Iraq.
•SG/SM/11256 (5 November 2007) was the Secretary-General’s remarks at the Istanbul meeting of Iraq’s neighbouring countries.
•S/PV.5763 (19 October 2007) was the latest US briefing on the activities of the MNF-I.
•S/PV.5710 (29 June 2007) was the official record of the Council’s meeting that terminated the UNMOVIC mandate.
•S/2006/672 (21 August 2006) was a report from the Board of Auditors on the UN Iraq Escrow Account for the financial year ended 31 December 2004.
•S/AC.44/2004/(02)/116/Add.1 (10 February 2006) was the second report to the terrorism and weapons of mass destruction committee (1540 committee) on steps taken to implement resolution 1540.
•S/AC.44/2004/(02)/116 (18 April 2005 ) was the first report to the terrorism and weapons of mass destruction committee (1540 committee) on steps taken to implement resolution 1540. The report lists relevant treaties, conventions and protocols to which Iraq is currently a party or to which it is planning to accede to.
•S/2002/1034 (16 September 2002) was the letter from Iraq permitting the entry of UNMOVIC weapons inspectors to the country without conditions.
•S/2000/321 (17 April 2000) was the letter from the Russian delegation criticising UNMOVIC's organisational plan for not clearly prescribing procedures for conducting inspections, and for failing to mention the need to reach an agreement on these procedures with Baghdad.
•S/2000/311 (13 April 2000) Council approval of Organisational Plan.
•S/2000/292 (6 April 2000) was the UNMOVIC Organisational Plan.
•S/2000/207 (10 March 2000) was the Secretary-General's appointment of the College of Commissioners.
•S/2000/61 (27 January 2000) was the Council approval of the nomination of the Executive Chairman.
•S/2000/60 (27 January 2000) was the Secretary-General's nomination of the Executive Chairman.
•S/PV.4084 (17 December 1999) was the meeting record from the Council's adoption of resolution 1284 (with China, France, Malaysia and Russia abstaining).
•S/25811 (21 May 1993) and Add.1 (21 May 1993) was the report on the demarcation by the UN Iraq-Kuwait Boundary Demarcation Commission