Memorandum of Understanding between the United Nations and the Republic of Iraq
(02-23-1998)
Posted by USIP Library on: November 20 1998
Source Name: E-mail forwarded from Michael Gurstein to the UNReform listserv, citing the text obtained by the Associated Press.
Source URL: Gurstein, M. (1998, Feb 26) UN-Iraq Agreement. UNReform [Online] Available E-mail: unreform@ccen.uccb.ns.ca (1998, Feb. 26)
Date received via e-mail: February 23, 1998
Additional Source Name: U.S. Department of State
Additional Source URL: www.state.gov/www/regions/nea/mou_980223_uniraq.html

Additional Documents

Final Communiqué of International Ministerial Meeting of the Neighboring Countries of Iraq, The G8 and China
(11-23-2004)
Posted by USIP Library on: December 14, 2004
Source Name: French Ministry of Foreign Affairs web site
Source URL: www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/actu/article.gb.asp?art=46125
Date downloaded: December 3, 2004

United Nations Security Council Resolution 1546 (2004)
(06-08-2004)
Posted by USIP Library on: December 14, 2004
Source Name: United Nations Security Council, S/RES/1546 (2004)
Source URL: www.un.org/Docs/sc/unsc_resolutions04.html
Date downloaded: December 6, 2004
Note: Modified title: Security Council resolution 1546 (2004) [the situation between iraq and Kuwait]

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