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Documents on the United Nations Response
to the Terrorist Attack on the USA


General Assembly and Security Council Resolutions, after 11 September 2001.

12 September 2001, General Assembly Resolution 56/1,
"Condemnation of terrorist attacks in the United States of America"

12 September 2001, Security Council Resolution 1368 (2001),
Condemns the attacks, calls on all states to bring the perpetrators to justice, and expresses its readiness to take all necessary steps.

28 September 2001, Security Council Resolution 1373 (2001),
Imposes mandatory obligations to block terrorist funds, to prevent terrorist activity, to co-operate on judicial and extradition questions, and to co-ordinate on the related issues of transnational crime, illicit drugs and arms trafficking. Establishes a committee to monitor the implementation of these measures.

NB: More recent resolutions have not been downloaded to this site.

The United Nations and Iraq

Materials previously indexed on this page have been transferred to a new page on the Iraq crisis     click here.




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