List of United Nations Security Council Resolutions 601 to 700

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This is a list of United Nations Security Council Resolutions 601 to 700 adopted between 30 October 1987 and 17 June 1991.

Resolution Date Vote Concerns
601 30 October 1987 14–0–1 (abstention: United States) Condemns continued occupation of Namibia by South Africa
602 25 November 1987 15–0–0 South African attack on Angola
603 25 November 1987 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force
604 14 December 1987 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus
605 22 December 1987 14–0–1 (abstention: United States) Practices in the Israeli-occupied territories
606 23 December 1987 15–0–0 Occupation of southern Angola by South African forces
607 5 January 1988 15–0–0 Deportation of Palestinians in the occupied territories
608 14 January 1988 14–0–1 (abstention: United States) Deportation of Palestinians in the occupied territories
609 29 January 1988 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon
610 16 March 1988 15–0–0 Proposed execution of the Sharpeville Six in South Africa
611 25 April 1988 14–0–1 (abstention: United States) Assassination of Khalil al-Wazir in Tunisia
612 9 May 1988 15–0–0 Use of chemical weapons in Iran–Iraq War
613 31 May 1988 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force
614 15 June 1988 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus
615 17 June 1988 15–0–0 Proposed execution of the Sharpeville Six in South Africa
616 20 July 1988 15–0–0 Authorises investigation by the ICAO into the downing of Iran Air Flight 655
617 29 July 1988 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon
618 29 July 1988 15–0–0 Abduction of Lieutenant-Colonel William R. Higgins in Lebanon
619 9 August 1988 15–0–0 Establishes the United Nations Iran–Iraq Military Observer Group
620 26 August 1988 15–0–0 Use of chemical weapons in Iran–Iraq War
621 20 September 1988 15–0–0 Appoints Special Representative for Western Sahara
622 31 October 1988 15–0–0 Confirms establishment of the United Nations Good Offices Mission in Afghanistan and Pakistan
623 23 November 1988 13–0–2 (abstentions: United Kingdom, United States) Death sentence of anti-apartheid activist Paul Tefo Setlaba in South Africa
624 30 November 1988 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force
625 15 December 1988 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus
626 20 December 1988 15–0–0 Establishes the United Nations Angola Verification Mission I
627 9 January 1989 15–0–0 Vacancy at the International Court of Justice
628 16 January 1989 15–0–0 Welcomes the Tripartite Accord signed by Angola, Cuba and South Africa
629 16 January 1989 15–0–0 Sets 1 April 1989, as date for implementation of Resolution 435 for elections in Namibia
630 30 January 1989 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon
631 8 February 1989 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Iran–Iraq Military Observer Group
632 16 February 1989 15–0–0 Report by Secretary-General on the United Nations plan for Namibia
633 30 May 1989 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force
634 9 June 1989 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus
635 14 June 1989 15–0–0 Calling for special marking of explosives to prevent terrorism against civil aircraft
636 6 July 1989 14–0–1 (abstention: United States) Deportation of Palestinians from the occupied territories
637 27 July 1989 15–0–0 Engagement of UN in peace progress in Central America
638 31 July 1989 15–0–0 Hostage-taking
639 31 July 1989 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon
640 29 August 1989 15–0–0 Demands full implementation of Resolution 435 (1978) in Namibia
641 30 August 1989 14–0–1 (abstention: United States) Deportation of Palestinians from the occupied territories
642 29 September 1989 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Iran–Iraq Military Observer Group
643 31 October 1989 15–0–0 Demands full implementation of Resolution 435 (1978) in Namibia
644 7 November 1989 15–0–0 Establishes the United Nations Observer Group in Central America
645 29 November 1989 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force
646 14 December 1989 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus
647 11 January 1990 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Good Offices Mission in Afghanistan and Pakistan
648 31 January 1990 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon
649 12 March 1990 15–0–0 Reaffirms Resolution 367 (1975) regarding Cyprus
650 27 March 1990 15–0–0 Enlarges United Nations Observer Group in Central America
651 29 March 1990 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Iran–Iraq Military Observer Group
652 17 April 1990 15–0–0 Admission of the Republic of Namibia to the United Nations
653 20 April 1990 15–0–0 Addition of tasks for the United Nations Observer Group in Central America
654 4 May 1990 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Observer Group in Central America
655 31 May 1990 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force
656 8 June 1990 15–0–0 Extends tasks of the United Nations Observer Group in Central America
657 15 June 1990 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus
658 27 June 1990 15–0–0 Proposed settlement of Western Sahara issue
659 31 July 1990 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon
660 2 August 1990 14–0–0 (Yemen did not participate) Condemns the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait
661 6 August 1990 13–0–2 (abstentions: Cuba, Yemen) Sanctions Iraq over its invasion of Kuwait
662 9 August 1990 15–0–0 Condemns annexation of Kuwait to Iraq
663 14 August 1990 15–0–0 Admission of the Principality of Liechtenstein to the United Nations
664 18 August 1990 15–0–0 Demanding Iraq leave Kuwait
665 25 August 1990 15–0–0 Sanctions on Iraq
666 13 September 1990 13-2-0 (against: Cuba, Yemen) Sanctions and humanitarian aid regarding Iraq
667 16 September 1990 15–0–0 Condemns Iraqi attacks on foreign diplomatic personnel
668 20 September 1990 15–0–0 Endorses framework for peace settlement in Cambodia
669 24 September 1990 15–0–0 Requests for assistance relating to Iraq
670 25 September 1990 14–1–0 (against: Cuba) Civil aviation sanctions on Iraq
671 27 September 1990 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Iran–Iraq Military Observer Group
672 12 October 1990 15–0–0 1990 Temple Mount riots
673 24 October 1990 15–0–0 Refusal of Israel to receive mission investigating Temple Mount riots
674 29 October 1990 13–0–2 (abstentions: Cuba, Yemen) Well-being of nationals and third state nationals in Iraq and Kuwait
675 5 November 1990 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Observer Group in Central America
676 28 November 1990 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Iran–Iraq Military Observer Group
677 28 November 1990 15–0–0 Condemns Iraq for altering the demographic record of Kuwait
678 29 November 1990 12–2–1 (against: Cuba, Yemen; abstention: China) Authorises Gulf War as a means to uphold previous resolutions
679 30 November 1990 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force
680 14 December 1990 14–0–1 (abstention: Canada) Extends mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus
681 20 December 1990 15–0–0 Report on territories occupied by Israel
682 21 December 1990 15–0–0 Financial costs of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus
683 22 December 1990 14–1–0 (against: Cuba) Ends the trusteeship for the Marshall Islands and Micronesia
684 30 January 1991 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon
685 31 January 1991 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Iran–Iraq Military Observer Group
686 2 March 1991 11–1–3 (against: Cuba; abstentions: China, India, Yemen) Conditions on Iraq, ends Gulf War
687 3 April 1991 12–1–2 (against: Cuba; abstentions: Ecuador, Yemen) Kuwaiti liberation
688 5 April 1991 10–3–2 (against: Cuba, Yemen, Zimbabwe; abstentions: China, India) Demanding Iraq end its dictatorship
689 9 April 1991 15–0–0 Establishes the United Nations Iraq–Kuwait Observation Mission
690 29 April 1991 15–0–0 Establishes the United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara
691 6 May 1991 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Observer Group in Central America
692 20 May 1991 14–0–1 (abstention: Cuba) Establishes the United Nations Compensation Commission for Iraq and Kuwait
693 20 May 1991 15–0–0 Establishes the United Nations Observer Mission in El Salvador
694 24 May 1991 15–0–0 Deportations of Palestinian civilians by Israel
695 30 May 1991 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force
696 30 May 1991 15–0–0 Establishes the United Nations Angola Verification Mission II
697 14 June 1991 15–0–0 Extends mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus
698 14 June 1991 15–0–0 Financial costs of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus
699 17 June 1991 15–0–0 Confirms continuing authority of IAEA and Special Commission in Iraq
700 17 June 1991 15–0–0 Full implementation of arms and related sanctions against Iraq