UN renews sanctions against Libya
Thursday 13 August 1992
In a resolution on 31 March, the Security Council ordered the severing of airline links and arms sales to Libya and the downgrading of diplomatic relations, until Libya complied. The mandatory sanctions, which took effect on 15 April, are to be reviewed every 120 days. This was the first review.
Pan Am flight 103 blew up over Lockerbie, Scotland, and the French airliner exploded in 1989 over Niger. A total of 441 people were killed in the two disasters. After closed-door consultations among members, Council President Li Daoyu of China read a statement saying 'there was no agreement that the necessary conditions existed for modification of the measures of sanctions'.
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