The Security Council,
Recalling its previous relevant resolutions, including its resolutions 661 (1990) of 6 August 1990, 670 (1990) of 25 September 1990, 687 (1991) of 3 August 1991, 986 (1995) of 14 April 1995, 1051 (1996) of 27 March 1996, 1284 (1999) of 17 December 1999, 1330 (2000) of 5 December 2000 and 1352 (2001) of 1 June 2001,
Convinced of the need as a temporary measure to continue to provide for the civilian needs of the Iraqi people until the fulfilment by the Government of Iraq of the relevant resolutions, including notably resolutions 687 (1991) and 1284 (1999), allows the Council to take further action with regard to the prohibitions referred to in resolution 661 (1990) of 6 August 1990,
Determined to improve the humanitarian situation in Iraq,
Determined also to consult interested States in the region,
Recognising the importance of the presence in Iraq of a sufficient number of observers to provide the required assurance to the Council that items listed in the Annex to this resolution, where approved for export to Iraq, are utilised for the purposes for which they have been approved,
Stressing the need for all States to implement effectively all previous relevant resolutions, as modified by this resolution, in particular paragraph 4 of resolution 661 (1990),
Reaffirming the commitment of all Member States to the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Iraq,
Acting under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations.
1. Decides that the provisions of resolution 986 (1995), except those contained in paragraphs 4, 8(a)(ii), 11 and 12, and subject to paragraph 15 of resolution 1284 (1999) and the following provisions of this resolution, shall remain in force for a new period of  days beginning at 00.01 hours, Eastern Daylight Time, on 4 July 2001;
2. Authorises States to permit, notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 3(c) of resolution 661 (1990) and consistent with the other provisions of this resolution, the sale or supply to Iraq of any commodities and products, other than commodities and products referred to in paragraph 24 of resolution 687 (1991), subject to the following conditions and the procedures annexed to this resolution:
3. Decides that the funds in the escrow account established pursuant to paragraph 7 of resolution 986 (1995) may be used to finance the sale or supply to Iraq of those commodities and products that are authorised for sale or supply to Iraq under paragraph 2 of this resolution, provided that the conditions of paragraphs 8(a)(i) and 8(a)(iii) of resolution 986 (1995) are met;
4. Decides to keep under review the Goods Review List and requests the Secretary-General, on the basis of recommendations from UNMOVIC and the IAEA and following consultation with the interested states, to make recommendations to the Council before the end of the 190-day period on the possible revision and updating of the Goods Review List;
5. Expresses its intention to permit the provision of services in civil sectors, other than financial services, to Iraq, subject to the elaboration of arrangements by the Secretary-General, to be approved by the Council, to ensure that the services are utilised for the purposes for which they are permitted and to ensure the non-diversion of funds used to finance the services;
6. Requests the Secretary-General to consult the States sharing land borders with Iraq on specific arrangements for those States for the import of up to 150,000 barrels per day of petroleum and petroleum products from Iraq to those States, provided that such arrangements only permit payment to Iraq either in the form of commodities or products or the deposit of funds due to Iraq in escrow accounts to be established in the importing State, and that such arrangements prohibit the sale or supply to Iraq of prohibited items or items not authorised by the Council, and to make recommendations in this regard for the approval of the Council;
7. Requests the Secretary-General to draw up, within one month of the adoption of this resolution, for the approval of the Committee established by resolution 661 (1990), criteria for the selection of companies and trading organisations to be authorised to handle the sale or supply of Iraqi petroleum and petroleum products to States other than those covered by the arrangements set out in paragraph 6 above, directs the Committee to draw up a list of companies and trading organisations in accordance with those criteria and within one month of their receipt, and decides that thereafter the sale or supply of Iraqi petroleum and petroleum products to these States shall take place only through authorised oil companies and trading organisations on that list, and consistent with paragraph l(b) of resolution 986 (1995);
8. Decides that the arrangements set out in paragraph 2 of resolution 1330 (2000) regarding the use of funds from the escrow account established pursuant to paragraph 7 of resolution 986 (1995) for the purposes of paragraph 8(b) of the latter resolution shall remain in force and shall be implemented in accordance with paragraph 2 above;
9. Decides also that the funds in the account established pursuant to paragraph 8 (d) of resolution 986 (1995) may be used for the payment of the arrears in Iraq's contribution to the budget of the United Nations and for the payment, on a continuing basis, of Iraq's assessed contribution to the regular budget of the United Nations;
10. Decides further that all States may permit any non-Iraqi civil aircraft destined to land in or take off from Iraq, including an aircraft carrying passengers, to take off from, overfly, or land in its territory, provided that aircraft destined for Iraq land at or originate from one of the designated airfields outside Iraq on a list to be drawn up by the Committee established by resolution 661 (1990), and remain there for as long as necessary in order to permit inspection by national authorities in the presence of United Nations observers to prevent the carriage of unauthorised cargo, and that notification of the flight to the Secretariat is given [x] working days in advance to facilitate such inspections;
11. Decides to terminate paragraphs 3, 4 and 6 of resolution 670 (1990);
12. Decides also that the funds in the escrow account established pursuant to paragraph 8 (d) of resolution 986 (1995) may be used by the Secretary-General to facilitate the inspection of such flights pursuant to paragraph 8 above at the inspection points designated by the Committee established by resolution 661 (1990) for flights to Iraq;
13. Requests the Committee established by resolution 661 (1990) to carry out all the tasks entrusted to it by this resolution expeditiously;
14. [Authorises, at the request of the Governments of Tunisia and Jordan, the return to Iraq of Iraqi civil aircraft currently held in those countries;]
15. Requests the Secretary-General to review and revise the procedures for land-based monitoring of the export of commodities and products to Iraq by land and sea, both to ensure the effectiveness of the arrangements at authorised border crossings, utilising UN personnel as appropriate, and to prevent the export of prohibited goods to Iraq at those crossings and elsewhere, and confirms that for the purpose of enhancing border monitoring, consistent with the arrangements in paragraph 6 above, particularly by those States which, share land borders with Iraq, the Secretary-General may provide assistance to States drawing from the escrow account established by paragraph 8 (d) of resolution 986 (1995);
16. Stresses the obligation of Iraq to cooperate with the implementation of this resolution and other applicable resolutions, and the need to continue to ensure respect for the security and safety of all persons directly involved in the implementation of this resolution and other applicable resolutions in Iraq;
17. Appeals to all States to continue to cooperate in the timely, submission of technically complete applications and the expeditious issuance of export licences, and to take all other appropriate measures within their competence in order to ensure that urgently needed humanitarian supplies reach the Iraqi population as rapidly as possible;
18. Requests the Secretary-General to provide a comprehensive report to the Council on the implementation of this resolution at least one week prior to the end of the 190-day period, on the basis of observations of the United Nations personnel in Iraq to carry out the purposes of paragraph 3 of resolution 1330 (2000), and of consultation with the members of the Committee established by resolution 661 (1990) and with the Government of Iraq;
19. Decides that the effective deduction rate of the funds deposited in the escrow account established by resolution 986 (1995) to be transferred to the compensation fund in the 190-day period shall be   percent and further decides that the additional funds resulting from this decision will be deposited in the account established under paragraph 8(a) of resolution 986 (1995);
20. Expresses its intention to consider favourably prior to the expiration of the 190 day period the renewal of the provisions of this resolution
21. Decides to remain seized of the matter.
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