Security Council Extends Sanctions On Iraq; No Prospect Of Oil Exports InNear Future
The UN Security Council, in its periodic two-month review of the sanctionsagainst Iraq, decided on 20 September to extend the sanctions because the"necessary conditions" did not exist for modifying or lifting them.The Council's statement, issued after a closed-door meeting, was read by itspresident. However, for the first time since the sanctions were imposed inAugust 1990,...
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