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Iraq UN Documents



Here's all of the UN resolution's on Iraq starting Aug 6 1990 through May 28 2010
it includes every report, press statement etc. you can find any and everything pertaining to Iraq at this link:
http://www.securitycouncilreport.org..._Documents.htm

This is an excellent resource and great place for quick references, Iraq's complete UN file.




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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.
Presidential Statements

•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.
Press Statements

•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.
Secretary-General's Reports

•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.
Selected Letters

•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.
Other Documents

•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


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Iraq
Historical Chronology

Revised on 28 May 2010

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17 May 2010 An Iraqi court overturned a ban on nine newly elected members of parliament who had been barred from holding office for alleged Baathist ties. (The court decision followed a government statement the week before that action to bar electoral candidates on the basis of ties to the Baath Party had been halted.)

16 May 2010 A recount of votes cast in the Baghdad area was completed and confirmed the earlier results that indicated
a narrow plurality for the list of candidates led by Ayad Allawi.
11 May 2010 Iraq and UNAMI launched a UN Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) for 2011-2014 meant to support Iraq's five-year National Development Plan.
10 May 2010 Over a hundred people were killed across Iraq in a series of bombings and shootings.
4 May 2010 Iraq's presidential council urged that a new government be formed quickly and warned that delays could result in a resurgence of violence, and the State of Law coalition and the Iraqi National Alliance coalition agreed to ally themselves in the Iraqi parliament.
19 April 2010
The IHEC ordered a recount of votes cast in the Baghdad area in the 7 March national election.
6 April 2010
The Council was briefed for the first time on Iraq's plans for a transition to a post-DFI mechanism by the end of 2010. The UN Controller also briefed on the DFI and the IAMB.
April 2010 Several series of bombings occurred in Baghdad, with two apparently targeting Shiite areas of the capital and another aimed at foreign embassies killing well over a hundred people.
31 March 2010 The Council welcomed the provisional results of the Iraqi election in a press statement and noted that observers had affirmed the overall integrity of the process.
26 March 2010 Final preliminary election results were released, though the final results still required the certification of the Federal Supreme Court. The preliminary results indicated a narrow plurality for the list of candidates led by Ayad Allawi.
22 March 2010 The Council was informed by the Secretary-General that the IAEA had verified it was receiving excellent cooperation from Iraq when conducting its safeguards activities.

7 March 2010 National elections were held in Iraq. The Council issued a press statement the following day expressing appreciation to the government of Iraq and UNAMI for assisting with the elections.
26 February 2010 The Council responded in a presidential statement to a 18 January letter from Iraq regarding its compliance with non-proliferation and disarmament obligations.
4 February 2010 The Council informed the Secretary-General that it 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/2010/72).
23 January 2010 US Vice President Joe Biden travelled to Iraq to discuss the IHEC decision to ban many individuals, including some Sunni leaders, from running in the 7 March national elections.
14 January 2010 The IHEC upheld a decision to prohibit more than 500 individuals from running in national elections on 7 March because of their past links to the Ba’ath party of Saddam Hussein. The IHEC subsequently stated that a roughly equal number of Shi’a and Sunni were included in the ban.
18 January 2010 Speaking at a conference on the International Compact with Iraq, Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Iraq Christine McNab stated that the Compact had accomplished much but Iraq was now ready to transition to a longer-term development agenda.
14 January 2010 An Iraqi court sentenced 11 Iraqis to death for the coordinated bombings that took place on 19 August 2009.
21 December 2009 The Council adopted resolution 1905 that extended the arrangements for the Development Fund for Iraq (DFI) and its auditing entity, the International Advisory and Monitoring Board (IAMB), until 31 December 2010. The resolution called on Iraq to establish an action plan and timeline for transitioning to a post-DFI mechanism by 1 April.
8 December 2009 Coordinated vehicle bombings in Baghdad killed 112 people, and the Council issued a press statement condemning the bombings. The same day, the Iraqi Presidency Council set 7 March as the date for national elections after amendments to the election law were finalised.
18 November 2009 Iraqi Vice President Tariq al-Hashemi announced a veto of Iraq's new election law, objecting to the allocation of only 5 percent of parliamentary seats to Iraqis living abroad.
16 November 2009 Ad Melkert, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Iraq, briefed the Council on the UN Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI). The Council approved a presidential statement after the briefing which reaffirmed Council support for UNAMI, and endorsed UNAMI's continued assistance in preparing for national elections.
8 November 2009 The Iraqi Council of Representatives passed amendments to the electoral laws to enable elections. Previous attempts to adopt the revisions had stalled due largely to disagreement over voter lists and representation of the ethnically mixed city of Kirkuk.
1 to 4 November 2009 Assistant Secretary-General for Political Affairs Oscar Fernández-Taranco visited Iraq to consult the government on security issues.
29 October 2009 The UN Compensation Commission, which settles damage claims resulting from Iraq's 1990 invasion of Kuwait, dispensed $610 million to ten successful claimants, bringing the total amount disbursed by the Commission to over $28 billion.
28 October 2009 The Secretary-General announced that he would dispatch Assistant Secretary-General Oscar Fernandez-Taranco to Iraq to consult the government on security issues.
26 October 2009 Iraq reiterated its call for a high-level envoy to be dispatched to Iraq and for an investigation into attacks in Iraq. Senior Iraqi officials put forward a proposal on a revised legal framework for the national elections to be held in January 2010.
25 October 2009 Coordinated bombings in Baghdad killed over 150 people and wounded hundreds more.
22 October 2009 The mandate of the High-Level Coordinator advising the Security Council on Kuwaiti missing persons and property was extended until June 2010.
21 October 2009 UNAMI expressed concern over the delay in passing needed amendments to Iraq's election law, warning that if the revisions are not approved soon, there is a danger that the elections might need to be postponed.
19 October 2009 Iraq and the US agreed to establish a bilateral coordinating committee to discuss outstanding issues related to historical Council resolutions on Iraq.
18 October 2009 UNAMI announced that talks on disputed internal boundaries in the north of the country have made progress in addressing concerns of local residents
16 October 2009 The Secretary-General submitted to the Council a regular report on missing Kuwaiti persons and property and missing third-country nationals.
16 October 2009 A gunman opened fire on worshippers at a mosque in northern Iraq before detonating a bomb, killing himself and 15 people.
15 October 2009 Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki warned Turkey to cease cross-border military operations in northern Iraq.
14 October 2009 In central Iraq, an attack in Karbala on 14 October killed at least three people and wounded forty when three explosions rocked the city, which is one of the holiest for Shiite Muslims.
13 October 2009 The Iraq Human Rights Ministry released its first official report on the number of Iraqis killed from 2004 to 2008. The report estimates that over 85,000 people were killed and over 147,000 were wounded.
12 October 2009 The US military stated that it will have 120,000 troops in Iraq by the end of October, a decrease of 23,000 since the beginning of the year.
11 October 2009 A series of bombings targeting a meeting for national reconciliation in Ramadi killed 26 people and wounded 65.
2 October 2009 The Secretary-General announced his appointment of Christine McNab (Sweden) to replace David Shearer (New Zealand) as his Deputy Special Representative for Iraq.
24 September 2009 In his address to the General Assembly Iraqi President Jalal Talabani rerequested an investigation into foreign involvment in attacks in Iraq, as well as the appointment of a senior official to evaluate the extent of foreign involvement in attacks in Iraq.
15 to 17 September 2009 US Vice President Joe Biden visited Iraq for meetings with a range of Iraqi leaders as well as the Secretary-General’s Special Representative in Iraq, Ad Melkert.

10 September 2009 A large explosion in a Kurdish village outside Mosul in northern Iraq left dozens of casualties, highlighting concerns that insurgents continue to try to exploit ethnic tensions that exist in the area.

4 September 2009 The Iraqi government said it had evidence that linked Iraqis in Syria with bombings in Iraq.
30 August 2009 In a letter to the Secretary-General subsequently distributed to Council members, Iraq requested a UN investigation into foreign involvement in attacks carried out in the country. (This request came in the wake of the 19 August bombings.)
27 August 2009 UN Controller Jun Yamazaki briefed the Council on the Development Fund for Iraq (DFI) and the International Advisory and Monitoring Board (IAMB).

24 August 2009 The Secretary-General issued a regular report on the DFI and the IAMB.

19 August 2009 Truck bombings in Baghdad killed nearly one hundred people and wounded over 1,000 on the sixth anniversary of the bombing of the UN offices in the capital.

7 August 2009 The Council unanimously extended the mandate of the UN Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) for another year.

25 July 2009 Provincial elections were held in Kurdistan.

22 July 2009
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki met with Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and representatives of the P5 in New York.

30 June 2009
The Multinational Force-Iraq (MNF-I), led by the US, withdrew from Iraqi cities and towns.

5 May 2009
OHCHR and UNAMI expressed concern over the resumption of the death penalty and the subsequent public executions .

29 April 2009
UNAMI released its 14th Human Rights report covering the period from 1 July to 31 December 2008.

23 - 24 April 2009
Bomb attacks in Baghdad and Diyala caused numerous deaths and injuries.

10 March 2009
Iraq wrote to the Council calling for an end to the mandate of the high-level coordinator and transfer of responsibility for the issue to the Tripartite Commission.

26 February 2009
The Special Representative for Iraq, Staffan de Mistura, briefed the Council.

20 February 2009
The Secretary-General released his quarterly report on Iraq (S/2009/102).

31 January 2009
Provincial elections are held in 14 of Iraq's 18 Provinces.

1 January 2009
The US/Iraq SOFA took affect.

28 December 2008
Iraq's presidency council approved a resolution allowing non-US foreign troops to remain in Iraq after their UN mandate expires on 31 December.

26 December 2008
The Turkish military said the PKK had suffered heavy losses in northern Iraq in Turkish Armed Forces airstrikes since 16 December and were deserting the organisation.

23 December 2008
Under heavy pressure from Shiite and Kurdish lawmakers, Sunni speaker of parliament, Mahmoud al-Mashhadani resigned.

22 December 2008
The Council unanimously adopted S/RES/1859 extending 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.

22 December 2008
The Paris Club of creditor nations cancelled $7.8 billion of Iraq's Saddam-era debt owed to members. Creditors agreed in 2004 to waive about $32 billion or 80 percent of Iraq's total debt over four years.

12 December 2008
The 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/2008/783).

4 December 2008
Iraq's presidency council approves the draft security pact between the US and Iraq to govern the presence of US forces in Iraq after 31 December and defining longer-term cultural, economic and security ties between the two countries.

27 November 2008
Iraq's parliament approves (149 votes to 35) the draft security pact between the US and Iraq to govern the presence of US forces in Iraq after 31 December after agreeing to put the pact to a public referendum next year.

19 November 2008
Iraq, Turkey and the US agreed to form a joint committee to combat the Kurdistan Workers' Party, or PKK, a guerrilla movement based along the mountainous Iraq-Turkey border.

16 November 2008
Iraq's cabinet approves the draft security pact between the US and Iraq to govern the presence of US forces in Iraq after 31 December.

3 November 2008
The new Provincial Election Law was amended to include provisions for minority representation in Baghdad, Basra and Ninewa. The six seats reserved for minorities were divided among Christians (three seats) and Yazidis, Shabaks and Sabian (one each).

23 October 2008 Authority for security in Babil Province was transferred to Iraqi security forces. Iraq now bears the primary security responsibility in 12 of its 18 provinces.
7 October 2008 Iraq's Presidency Council ratified the elections law.
1 October 2008 MNF-I began transferring responsibility for approximately 100,000 members of the Awakening movement to the Iraqi government.

24 September 2008 Iraq's Parliament passed the governorate elections law.
1 September 2008 Authority for security in Anbar Province, the former cradle of the Sunni insurgency was transferred to Iraqi security forces.
13 August 2008 The UN and Iraq Government signed a cooperation agreement, defining how the UN will support Iraq’s reconstruction, development and humanitarian needs over the next three years; The UN Assistance Strategy for Iraq 2008-2010.

7 August 2008
The Council unanimously adopted resolution 1830, renewing the mandate of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) for a period of 12 months.

23 July 2008
The Presidency Council, headed by President Jalal Talabani, rejected the governorate election law.

22 July 2008
Iraq’s parliament passed the governorate election law. The Kurdish bloc boycotted the vote after objecting to how the law dealt with Kirkuk.

21 July 2008
The Head of the Constitutional Review Committee announced its final report had been drafted and would be passed to the Executive Council for comment.

19 July 2008
After nearly a year-long boycott of the government by the main Sunni political bloc (Tawafiq), six Sunni cabinet ministers were appointed. Parliament also approved four members of the Shiite Unified Iraqi Alliance to fill cabinet posts vacated by Sadrists and Iraqi National List members of parliament.

16 July 2008
Qadisiyah province was transferred to Iraqi control (becoming the tenth out of 18 provinces under Iraqi control).

10 July 2008
The Kuwaiti government announced it would refer the cancellation of Iraq’s debts to parliament and meet with UN officials to confer about the possibility of cancelling war compensation.

6 July 2008
The United Arab Emirates announced it had cancelled Iraq’s debt of almost $7 billion.

27 June 2008
In a letter (S/2008/423), the Council expressed its support for the Secretary-General's actions and recommendations regarding the disposal of UNMOVIC's archives, contained in his last report (S/2008/372) on UNMOVIC's final activities.

13 June 2008
The Council conducted a review of the mandate of the MNF-I, as requested in resolution 1790. It heard a briefing from the US on behalf of the MNF-I, from Ibrahim Gambari, Special Adviser on the International Compact with Iraq, on recent UNAMI activities, and from Warren Sach, Assistant Secretary-General, Controller, on the International Advisory and Monitoring Board (IAMB), which has audit oversight of the Development Fund for Iraq (DFI).

9 June 2008
The Secretary-General presented a final account of the activities of UNMOVIC, in particular progress achieved regarding the future of UNMOVIC’s archives and other property, and financial issues related to its closure (S/2008/372).

5 June 2008
The Secretary-General’s Special Representative in Iraq, Staffan de Mistura, presented to the Iraq government UNAMI’s initial analysis on possible processes to resolve disputed internal boundaries.

29 May 2008
The first Iraq Compact annual review conference was held in Stockholm at the foreign ministers’ level, and chaired by the Secretary-General and the Iraqi prime minister.

May 2008
US and Iraqi forces intensified military pressure against Shi’a insurgents of the Mahdi Army in Baghdad’s Sadr City—seemingly a continuation of the campaign in April in Basra to establish government authority over Shi’a extremist controlled areas. Violence spread to other Shi’a neighbourhoods of Baghdad. A truce reached on 12 May did not hold.

21-22 April 2008
The third expanded ministerial conference of Iraq and its neighbours took place in Kuwait.

4 April 2008
Under Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs John Holmes said that the humanitarian situation continued to deteriorate and that humanitarian access to Iraq was hindered by hostilities and restrictions on freedom of movement.

25 March 2008
Heavy fighting broke out in Basra between the Shi’a Mahdi army and the Iraqi forces, supported by British and American air strikes. The Iraqi government sent troops to Basra in an attempt to force the militia into submission. Eventually government forces gained the upper hand and fighting ended after Moktada al-Sadr called for a ceasefire.

15 March 2008
UN Assistance Mission in Iraq (UNAMI) issued a human rights report covering 1 July to 31 December 2007.

11 March 2008
At a US Senate hearing in Washington, the top official at the US Government Accountability Office, David Walker, said that although the number of insurgent attacks against the US military had dropped from an average of 180 a day in June 2007 to 60 in September 2007, the number of attacks has since remained unchanged.

27 February 2008
The Presidential Council sent the governorates law back to parliament for amendment. At issue are two provisions said to be contrary to the constitution: the right of the Iraqi parliament to dismiss a local governor by absolute majority and the timing of provincial elections, set in the legislation for 1 October 2008.

22 February 2008
Moqtada al-Sadr extended for another six months a ceasefire on his Mahdi Army militia. However, the truce quickly came under strain and heavy fighting broke out in Basra between the Mahdi army and the Iraqi forces—supported by air strikes by British forces—after the Iraqi authorities in Basra imposed a new curfew to reestablish law and order.

22 Feburary 2008
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called for utmost restraint from Turkey and insurgents from the Kurdistan Workers Party in border actions in response to the deteriorating situation along the Turkey/Iraq border.

13 February 2008
A package of three pieces of legislation was adopted by the Iraqi parliament: the 2008 budget ($48 billion); an amnesty law for some of the 50,000 prisoners detained without trial by Iraqi and coalition forces (although it includes many exceptions); and a law on the power of Iraq’s governorates.

12 January 2008
The Iraqi parliament approved the Accountability and Justice Law, permitting former Ba’athist officials to hold government jobs again.

27 December 2007
Funds associated with letters of credit that had no claims of delivery and had been cancelled (as part of oil-for-food programme) were transferred to the Development Fund for Iraq.

18 December 2007
The Council renewed the MNF-I mandate for one year, following a request by the Iraqi government and by the US.

16 December 2007
There was the transfer of security responsibility from the UK forces to Iraqi authorities in Basra.

7 December 2007
There were 215 outstanding letters of credit issued in the framework of the oil-for-food programme that had already expired or were expiring on 31 December 2007. In 179 of those letters, there were claims of delivery of goods from suppliers, but no authentication documents from the Iraqi government necessary to release the corresponding funds from the UN Iraq account (approximately $206 million).

7 December 2007
The Iraqi government sent a letter to the Council that insisted that the process of building constitutional and legal institutions was complete. It emphasised that the mandate of MNF-I should be renewed for one year.

27 November 2007
US Lieutenant General James Dubik said that by the end of the year Iraqi forces would not be ready to take control of as many provinces as the US military had hoped. The new Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd also said in November that 550 of the 1,500 Australian troops in Iraq would be withdrawn by mid-2008.

late November 2007
The Iraqi cabinet decided to provide $25 million to support Iraqi refugees in Jordan, Lebanon and Syria.

26 November 2007
The US and Iraq issued a declaration of principles for a long-term relationship of cooperation and friendship.

20-21 November 2007
A joint Iraqi-UN working group met in Amman to resolve issues relating to the unpaid letters of credit issued in the framework of the oil-for-food programme.

21 November 2007
The Council approved the archiving procedure for UNMOVIC files as proposed by the Secretary-General in his latest report and responded to the Secretary-General's request for guidance on access to confidential information.

12 November 2007
Special Representative of the Secretary-General De Mistura arrived in Baghdad. He said he would ensure maximum UN engagement with Iraq’s government and people.

8 November 2007
The Council affirmed that the oil-for-food programme would be terminated on 31 December, and asked the Iraqi government to expedite processing of remaining letters of credit, and to provide answers to problems of authentication.

5 November 2007
The Iraqi Red Crescent Society said that 2.3 million Iraqis were internally displaced, a 16 percent increase since August.

2-3 November 2007
The last expanded meeting of foreign ministers of Iraq’s neighbouring countries, aimed at promoting regional dialogue and reinforcing the government’s efforts at national reconciliation, took place in Istanbul.

19 October 2007
The US briefed the Council on MNF activities in Iraq, and the Under Secretary-General for Political Affairs Lynn Pascoe presented the latest report on the UN Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) to the Council.

17 October 2007
Turkey's parliament gave permission for the government to launch military operations into Iraq to fight Kurdish rebels of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) with bases in Iraqi Kurdistan.

8 October 2007
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced that the UK would start cutting its 5,000-strong military presence in Iraq before the end of the year, reducing to 2,500 in early 2008.

5 October 2007
The Council condemned the 3 October attack in a presidential statement (S/PRST/2007/36).

3 October 2007
A terrorist attack in Baghdad wounded the Polish ambassador to Iraq and killed his driver and at least one Iraqi civilian.

29 September 2007
Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari said that the next extension of the UN mandate for the MNF would be the last.

27 September 2007
The Secretary-General reported on steps taken to dispose of the UNMOVIC archives (S/2007/568).

25 September 2007
The UN Working Group on the Use of Mercenaries expressed concern over the incident with Blackwater on 16 September and denounced the immunity of private security companies.

22 September 2007
A high-level meeting on Iraq took place in New York to promote a stronger partnership between the international community and Iraq. Participants supported the UN's key role in national reconciliation.

16 September 2007
In Baghdad, the private US security firm Blackwater was involved in an incident in which it shot dead at least eight civilians and wounded many others. Blackwater claimed an attack on a diplomatic convoy, the Iraqi investigation produced no such evidence and the US also launched an investigation.

10 September 2007
US General David Petraeus, Commander of the MNF, and Ryan Crocker, US Ambassador to Iraq, presented testimony on the war and political developments in Iraq to the US Congress.

2 September 2007
British forces completed withdrawal from their last base in Basra, handing over control to Iraqi security forces.

August 2007
The Secretary-General sent a note on arrangements for terminating operations relating to the letters of credit issued in the oil-for-food programme against the UN Iraq escrow account.

30 August 2007
Concerns were raised that potentially hazardous chemical materials had been discovered at the UN in New York, apparently having been removed by UNMOVIC from Iraq in 1996.

10 August 2007
The Council adopted resolution 1770 extending UNAMI's mandate for twelve months and delinking UNAMI from the resolution authorising the Multinational Forces in Iraq. The resolution also gave UNAMI an expanded.

24 July 2007
Ambassadors of US and Iran met in Baghdad at meetings attended by Iraqi Prime Minister to discuss security situation in Iraq. The first meeting of this type was on 28 May 2007.

13 June 2007
Council reviewed the mandate of the MNF.

29 June 2007
Resolution 1762 was adopted terminating the mandate of UNMOVIC.

27 June 2007
The comprehensive UMOVIC compendium of the former Iraqi regime's WMD programmes, including observations and lessons learned from UN inspections, was published after the removal of sensitive information.

5 June 2007
The parliament approved a law that the Iraqi cabinet should consult parliament before any extension of the MNF mandate.

3 and 4 May 2007
The International Compact with Iraq (ICI) was formally launched during a conference in Sharm el-Sheik.

17 and 18 April 2007
At a ministerial-level conference, organised by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Iraq promised $25 million to help Syria and Jordan, which were hosting about 2 million refugees. The US agreed to accept 20,000 Iraqi refugees.

16 April 2007
Six Shi'a Sadrist ministers withdrew from the government protesting the prime minister's refusal to set a timetable for a MNF troop withdrawal.

22 March 2007
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon met Prime Minister Nouri Al-Maliki in Baghdad.

12 March 2007
The US Assistant Secretary of State for Population, Refugees, and Migration, Ellen Sauerbrey, visited Syria to assess the refugee situation.

10 March 2007
A ministerial meeting was held in Baghdad involving foreign ministers of the P5, the UN, regional organisations and Iraq's neighbouring countries.

26 February 2007
A draft law allowing the central government to distribute oil revenues to provinces and granting regional oil companies or governments the power to sign contracts with foreign companies could not be adopted because of Kurdish and Sunni opposition.

January 2007
Special Representative of the Secretary-General Ashraf Jehangir Qazi sought to secure regional support for peace efforts in Iraq through visits to Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Syria and Iran.

January 2007
US President George Bush decided to increase the number of American troops in Baghdad by 21,500.

6 December 2006
The Iraq Study Group recommended a new policy approach for the US in Iraq.

November 2006
Iraqi President Jalal Talabani was invited by his Iranian counterpart to discuss ways of addressing the violence in Iraq.

November 2006
Iraq renewed diplomatic relations with Syria.

September 2006
The Iraqi Constitutional Review Committee was formed.

August 2006
US military leaders confirmed that sectarian violence in Iraq had been worsening.

27 July 2006
The International Compact for Iraq was launched.

25 June 2006
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki announced a national reconciliation plan.

25 June 2006
Four Russian diplomats, who had been abducted on 3 June, were killed by a terrorist group.

5 and 6 July 2006
Deputy Secretary-General Malloch-Brown met Iraq's President, Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister in Baghdad to discuss the international compact.

16 June 2006
Secretary-General Kofi Annan agreed to provide support in developing the International Compact for Iraq.

June 2006
Italy started to withdraw troops from Iraq. Japan withdrew its forces.

7 June 2006
Insurgent Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, believed to be the leader of Al-Qaida in Iraq, was killed in a US air strike.

3 June 2006
Four Russian diplomats were abducted.

February 2006
Prime Minister Ibrahim Al-Jaafari was reappointed by the new parliament.

10 February 2006
The Independent Electoral Commission of Iraq certified the results of the 15 December 2005 parliamentary elections, confirming the Shi'a conservative United Iraqi Alliance (UIA) as the winner.

20 January 2006
The Shi'a conservative United Iraqi Alliance emerged as the winner of December's parliamentary elections, but failed to gain an absolute majority.

15 December 2005
Iraqi parliamentary elections.

8 December 2005
The Secretary-General's report on Kuwait re-stated that to date, the mortal remains of 227 Kuwaitis and other countries' nationals (six Saudi, two Lebanese, one Egyptian, one Omani, three Iranian and 12 stateless) taken from mass graves had been identified.

October 2005
Iraqis approved the new constitution of an Islamic federal democracy in a referendum.

September 2005
After intense negotiations, the draft constitution was finally put to a referendum.

August 2005
The draft constitution was endorsed by Shi'a and Kurdish negotiators, but not by Sunni representatives.

April 2005
The parliament nominated Jalal Talabani, a Kurdish leader, as president, and Ibrahim Jaafari, a Shi'a, as prime minister.

10 March 2005
The Governing Council of the UN Compensation Commission (UNCC) approved $161 million as compensation to family members of 602 former detainees in Iraq determined to be deceased. The Kuwaiti government later confirmed distribution to claimants.

30 January 2005
About eight million people voted to elect a Transitional National Assembly. The United Iraqi Alliance, a Shi'a coalition, won the majority of the seats and Kurdish parties came in second.

June 2004
The US handed sovereignty to an interim government headed by Prime Minister Iyad Allawi.

18 December 2003
The Council issued a presidential statement expressing the Council's continued support for High-Level Coordinatorfor Iraq's compliance with its obligations regarding Iraq/Kuwait missing persons Yuli M.Vorontsov's work, while announcing its intention to keep his mandate under review.

24 November 2003
Kuwait sent a letter to the members of the Council conveying its strong desire for the Council to extend Vorontsov's mandate.

21 November 2003
The oil-for-food programme was officially terminated.

19 August 2003
A bomb exploded outside the UN headquarters in Baghdad killing 22 people, including the Special Representative of the Secretary-General Sergio Vieira de Mello (who was also the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights).

13 August 2003
While strongly encouraging the continued collaboration between Iraq and Kuwait within the framework of the Tripartite Commission and ICRC, the Secretary-General suggested that the Council may wish to consider bringing High-Level Coordinator Yuli Vorontsov's mandate to a close by the end of 2003.

13 July 2003
The US-appointed Governing Council of Iraq was established.

1 July 2003
The Secretary-General appointed Dr. Demetrius Perricos as acting Executive Chairman of UNMOVIC.

30 June 2003
Dr. Hans Blix concluded his appointment as Executive Chairman of UNMOVIC.

1 June 2003
The Tripartite Commission held its meeting at the ICRC office in Baghdad. Representatives of Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, France, the UK, the US and the Coalition Provisional Authority representing Iraq attended the meeting under the auspices of the ICRC.

22 May 2003
The Council in resolution 1483 reaffirmed Iraq’s disarmament obligations, encouraged the UK and the US to keep the Council informed of their activities in this regard and underlined its intention to revisit the mandates of UNMOVIC and the IAEA.

May 2003
The Council endorsed the US-led administration in Iraq and lifted economic sanctions. The US administrator abolished the Baath Party and the former regime's institutions.

9 April 2003
US forces took over Baghdad.

20 March 2003
The US-led military campaign to topple Saddam Hussein began.

17 March 2003
The diplomatic process on Iraq ended. US President George W. Bush gave Saddam Hussein 48 hours to leave Iraq or face war, UN arms inspectors were evacuated.

March 2003
The UN chief weapons inspector, Hans Blix, reported to the Council that Iraq had accelerated its cooperation but that inspectors needed more time to verify the country's compliance.

5 February 2003
US Secretary of State Colin Powell addressed the Council claiming that Iraq possessed WMDs.

27 January 2003
UNMOVIC Chairman Hans Blix provided the Council with an update, as required by resolution 1441, sixty days after the resumption of inspections in Iraq.

18 December 2002
Iraq participated on the sidelines of the Tripartite Commission's meeting in Geneva for first time since its decision to boycott the Commission in 1998.

7 December 2002
Iraq provided UNMOVIC and the IAEA in Baghdad with a declaration of its weapons programmes, required by Council resolution 1441.

December 2002-March 2003
The Council met 12 times to hear briefs by the weapons inspectors and to discuss a possible intervention. France, Germany, Russia, China, Chile, Mexico and Syria opposed the US, while the UK, Spain and Bulgaria were willing to proceed with a military intervention.

27 November 2002
Inspections resumed in Iraq.

8 November 2002
The Council adopted resolution 1441, which gave Iraq a final opportunity to comply with its disarmament obligations and established an enhanced inspections regime.

16 September 2002
Iraq allowed the return of weapons inspectors without conditions.

23 - 24 May 2000
UNMOVIC's College of Commissioners held its first session.

14 February 2000
The Secretary-General appointed Ambassador Yuli M. Vorontsov of the Russian Federation as the High-Level Coordinator for compliance by Iraq with its obligations regarding the repatriation or return of all Kuwaiti and third country nationals or their remains, as well as the return of all Kuwaiti property.

27 January 2000
After rejecting the Secretary-General's nomination of Rolf Ekeus to be the Executive Chairman of UNMOVIC, the Council approved Hans Blix's appointment.

17 December 1999
UNMOVIC was created to replace the UN Special Commission to Oversee the Destruction of Iraq's Weapons of Mass Destruction (UNSCOM).

December 1998
Iraq withdrew from the Tripartite Commission.

December 1998
Bahrain, at the time a Council member, presented an informal note to the Council, emphasising the need for an assessment of the situation of Kuwaiti prisoners of war, properties and archives.

14 April 1995
The Council established the oil-for-food program, which allowed the partial resumption of Iraq's oil exports to buy food and medicine.

March 1991
A special commission was created to ascertain the fate of missing military personnel and civilians. The commission has later been referred to as the Tripartite Commission because it consists of the UN-endorsed, US-led allied Coalition on one side and Iraq on the other, under ICRC auspices and chairmanship as a third party.

28 February 1991
Kuwait City was liberated and all Iraqi armed forces vacated the territory of Kuwait.

16 January 1991
A coalition force led by the US and authorised by the UN began air attacks against Iraq, followed by a ground offensive on 24 February.

29 November 1991
After the Council had adopted various resolutions condemning the Iraqi invasion, it adopted resolution 678, specifying that if Iraq had not fully implemented by 15 January 1991 all of the Council's resolutions, member states were authorised to use "all necessary means" to compel Iraq to do so and restore international peace and security in the area.

2 August 1990
Iraq invaded Kuwait
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MensajeTema: En resumen   Mar Jun 08, 2010 11:19 pm

***Estas son las sanciones impuestas sobre Iraq y si comparamos las dos listas vemos cuantas han sido levantadas, reformadas, etc. Solo traje esta información para que tengan una idea mas clara de que es lo que queda del Cap. VII y si ustedes creen que sea posible que la decisión de la ONU el 14 y 15 de junio por fin dejara libre a Iraq para que sigan adelante. me gustaria que todo aquel que tenga a bien hacerlo opine.****

En mi opinión el RV ya es un hecho, y entiendo que el Cap. VII pronto sera historia, yes
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