United Nations Security Council Resolution 2110

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UN Security Council
Resolution 2110
Iraq (orthographic projection).svg
Map of Iraq (green).
Date 24 July 2013
Meeting no. 7,008
Code S/RES/2110 (Document)
Subject The United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI)
Voting summary
15 voted for
None voted against
None abstained
Result Unanimously Adopted
Security Council composition
Permanent members
Non-permanent members

United Nations Security Council Resolution 2110 is a United Nations Security Council resolution adopted unanimously by the United Nations Security Council on 24 July, 2013, extending the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq until 31 July, 2014 as stipulated in several previous resolutions (Resolution 1550 (2003), Resolution 1546 (2004), Resolution 1557 (2004), Resolution 1619 (2005), Resolution 1700 (2006), Resolution 1770 (2007), Resolution 1830 (2008), Resolution 1883 (2009), Resolution 1936 (2010), Resolution 2001 (2011), Resolution 2061 (2012) and Resolution 2107 (2013).) The resolution signaled its intention to review the original mandate, as stipulated in UNSC resolution 2061 within twelve months.

The resolution also goes on to emphasize the need for the Iraqi government to continue to provide security and logistical support for the United Nations personnel, declaring the "essential" for the UNAMI. [1]


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