List of United Nations Security Council Resolutions 1401 to 1500

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This is a list of United Nations Security Council Resolutions 1401 to 1500 adopted between 28 March 2002 and 14 August 2003.

Resolution Date Vote Concerns
1401 28 March 2002 15–0–0 Establishes the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan
1402 30 March 2002 14–0–0 (Syria did not participate) Calls for a ceasefire between Israel and the Palestinians during Operation Defensive Shield
1403 4 April 2002 15–0–0 Demands implementation of Resolution 1402
1404 18 April 2002 15–0–0 Extends mechanism monitoring sanctions against UNITA in Angola
1405 19 April 2002 15–0–0 Urges access to Palestinian civilian population by humanitarian organisations
1406 30 April 2002 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara
1407 3 May 2002 15–0–0 Establishes expert panel to investigate violations of arms embargo against Somalia
1408 6 May 2002 15–0–0 Extends sanctions against Liberia
1409 14 May 2002 15–0–0 Adopts revised sanctions against Iraq; extends Oil-for-Food Programme
1410 17 May 2002 15–0–0 Establishes the United Nations Mission of Support to East Timor
1411 17 May 2002 15–0–0 Judges holding dual nationality at the International Criminal Tribunals for Rwanda and former Yugoslavia
1412 17 May 2002 15–0–0 Suspends travel restrictions on UNITA officials in Angola
1413 23 May 2002 15–0–0 Extends authorisation of International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan
1414 23 May 2002 Adopted without vote Admission of East Timor to the United Nations
1415 30 May 2002 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force
1416 13 June 2002 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus
1417 14 June 2002 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo
1418 21 June 2002 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina
1419 26 June 2002 15–0–0 Calls for co-operation with the Afghan Transitional Administration
1420 30 June 2002 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina
1421 3 July 2002 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina
1422 12 July 2002 15–0–0 Grants United Nations peacekeeping personnel immunity from prosecution
1423 12 July 2002 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina
1424 12 July 2002 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Mission of Observers in Prevlaka
1425 22 July 2002 15–0–0 Establishes expert panel to strengthen and fully implement arms embargo against Somalia
1426 24 July 2002 Adopted without vote Admission of Switzerland to the United Nations
1427 29 July 2002 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Observer Mission in Georgia
1428 30 July 2002 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon
1429 30 July 2002 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara
1430 14 August 2002 15–0–0 Adjusts mandate of the United Nations Mission in Ethiopia and Eritrea
1431 14 August 2002 15–0–0 Establishes pool of ad litem judges of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
1432 15 August 2002 15–0–0 Extends suspension of travel sanctions against UNITA in Angola
1433 15 August 2002 15–0–0 Establishes the United Nations Mission in Angola
1434 6 September 2002 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Mission in Ethiopia and Eritrea
1435 24 September 2002 14–0–1 (abstention: United States) Demands end to Israeli measures in Ramallah and withdrawal of troops
1436 24 September 2002 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Mission in Sierra Leone
1437 11 October 2002 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Mission of Observers in Prevlaka for final time
1438 14 October 2002 15–0–0 Condemns bombings in Bali, Indonesia
1439 18 October 2002 15–0–0 Extends monitoring mechanism of sanctions against UNITA in Angola; lifts travel ban
1440 24 October 2002 15–0–0 Condemns Moscow theatre hostage siege
1441 8 November 2002 15–0–0 Gives Iraq last chance to disarm
1442 25 November 2002 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus
1443 25 November 2002 15–0–0 Extends Iraqi Oil-for-Food Programme
1444 27 November 2002 15–0–0 Extends authorisation of International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan
1445 4 December 2002 15–0–0 Expands the United Nations Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
1446 4 December 2002 15–0–0 Extends sanctions against import of illicit diamonds from Sierra Leone
1447 4 December 2002 15–0–0 Extends Iraqi Oil-for-Food Programme
1448 9 December 2002 15–0–0 Terminates sanctions against UNITA in Angola
1449 13 December 2002 15–0–0 Nominations for judges at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
1450 13 December 2002 14–1–0 (against: Syria) Condemns attacks against Israeli targets in Mombasa, Kenya
1451 17 December 2002 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force
1452 20 December 2002 15–0–0 Adjusts provisions of sanctions against the Taliban and Al-Qaeda
1453 24 December 2002 15–0–0 Endorses Kabul Declaration on Good Neighborly Relations in Afghanistan
1454 30 December 2002 13–0–2 (abstentions: Russia, Syria) Adjusts list of restricted goods and procedures of Iraqi Oil-for-Food Programme
1455 17 January 2003 15–0–0 Improves implementation of measures against the Taliban and Al-Qaeda
1456 20 January 2003 15–0–0 Calls for urgent action to suppress and prevent support for terrorism
1457 24 January 2003 15–0–0 Condemns illegal exploitation of natural resources in the Democratic Republic of Congo; panel of investigation
1458 28 January 2003 15–0–0 Re-establishes panel monitoring compliance with sanctions against Liberia
1459 28 January 2003 15–0–0 Expresses support for the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme
1460 30 January 2003 15–0–0 Children in armed conflict
1461 30 January 2003 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon
1462 30 January 2003 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Observer Mission in Georgia
1463 30 January 2003 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara
1464 4 February 2003 15–0–0 Calls for implementation of peace agreement in Côte d’Ivoire during the civil war
1465 13 February 2003 15–0–0 Condemns bombing in Bogotá, Colombia
1466 14 March 2003 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Mission in Ethiopia and Eritrea
1467 18 March 2003 15–0–0 Calls for strengthening co-operation against arms trafficking and mercenaries in West Africa
1468 20 March 2003 15–0–0 Welcomes agreement for establishing transitional government in the Democratic Republic of Congo
1469 25 March 2003 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara
1470 28 March 2003 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Mission in Sierra Leone
1471 28 March 2003 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan
1472 28 March 2003 15–0–0 Adjustments to the Iraqi Oil-for-Food Programme
1473 4 April 2003 15–0–0 Downsizes police and military components of the United Nations Mission of Support to East Timor
1474 8 April 2003 15–0–0 Re-establishes panel to investigate violations of arms embargo against Somalia
1475 14 April 2003 15–0–0 Regrets failure to reach settlement of the Cyprus dispute
1476 24 April 2003 15–0–0 Extends Iraq Oil-for-Food Programme
1477 29 April 2003 15–0–0 Nominations for ad litem judges at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
1478 6 May 2003 15–0–0 Extends sanctions against Liberia; ban on Liberian timber imports
1479 13 May 2003 15–0–0 Establishes the United Nations Mission in Côte d'Ivoire
1480 19 May 2003 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Mission of Support to East Timor
1481 19 May 2003 15–0–0 Gives more powers to temporary judges at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia
1482 19 May 2003 15–0–0 Extends terms of judges at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
1483 22 May 2003 14–0–0 (Syria did not participate) Lifts sanctions against Iraq; extends Oil-for-Food Programme
1484 30 May 2003 15–0–0 Authorises Operation Artemis in Bunia, Democratic Republic of Congo
1485 30 May 2003 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara
1486 11 June 2003 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus
1487 12 June 2003 12–0–3 (abstentions: France, Germany, Syria) Exempts United Nations peacekeepers from the International Criminal Court
1488 26 June 2003 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force
1489 26 June 2003 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo
1490 3 July 2003 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Iraq–Kuwait Observation Mission
1491 11 July 2003 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the Stabilisation Force in Bosnia and Herzegovina
1492 18 July 2003 15–0–0 Drawdown of the United Nations Mission in Sierra Leone
1493 28 July 2003 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo
1494 30 July 2003 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Observer Mission in Georgia
1495 31 July 2003 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara
1496 31 July 2003 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon
1497 1 August 2003 12–0–3 (abstentions: France, Germany, Mexico) Establishes multinational force in Liberia during the Second Liberian Civil War
1498 4 August 2003 15–0–0 Renews authorisation for French and West African forces operating in Côte d’Ivoire
1499 13 August 2003 15–0–0 Extends expert panel monitoring exploitation of natural resources in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
1500 14 August 2003 14–0–1 (abstention: Syria) Establishes the United Nations Assistance Mission in Iraq