UN set to renew Iraq sanctions
Thursday 15 September 1994
Rolf Ekeus told the council on the eve of the 60-day review of sanctions that monitoring of Iraq's missiles programme to deliver weapons of mass destruction was in place. However other parts of the monitoring programme, concerning nuclear, biological and chemical weapons, were still being assessed. In other words, no change.
This is probably the last time Britain and the US, the main advocates of continued sanctions, will be able to approve their reimposition unopposed. Iraq has been co-operating with the UN inspectors. Dozens of cameras were installed in missile sites in July. Data from around the country are fed to a huge 300- foot tower which rises above the central plain. The International Atomic Energy Agency intends to keep a team in Iraq to oversee long-term monitoring.
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