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UN Security Council Resolution 689, Iraq/Kuwait

Published April 9, 1991

This UN Security Council Resolution regarding the Iraq-Kuwait Observation Mission was adopted on March 9, 1991.

The Security Council,

Recalling its resolution 687 (1991) ,

Acting under Chapter VII of the Charter,

1.       Approves the report of the Secretary-General on the implementation of paragraph 5 of Security Council resolution 687 (1991) contained in document S/22454 and Add. 1-3 of 5 April 1991;

2.       Notes that the decision to set up the observer unit was taken in paragraph 5 of resolution 687 (1991) and can only be terminated by a decision of the Council. The Council shall therefore review the question of termination or continuation every six months;

3.       Decides that the modalities for the initial six-month period of the United Nations Iraq-Kuwait Observation Mission shall be as set out in accordance with the above-mentioned report and shall also be reviewed every six months.

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