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Termination of UN Security Council Provisions on Arms Restrictions and Travel Ban

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In the picture His Excellency, Dr. Alireza Kazemi Abadi, Ambassador of Iran. Photography by Catherine Dailey.

The Embassy of the Republic of Iran in the Netherlands as issued a statement pertaining to, the  Termination of UN Security Council Provisions on Arms Restrictions and Travel Ban 18 October 2020.  In part the statements read:

“Today is a momentous day for the international community, which in defiance of the U.S. regime’s efforts, has protected UN Security Council Resolution 2231 and the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

As of today, all restrictions on the transfer of arms, related activities and financial services to and from the Islamic Republic of Iran, and all prohibitions regarding the entry into or transit through territories of the United Nations Member States previously imposed on a number of Iranian citizens and military officials, are all automatically terminated.

In one of the JCPOA’s innovations, the definitive and unconditional termination of arms restrictions and travel bans requires no new resolution, nor does it require any statement or any other measure by the Security Council. The lifting of arms restrictions and the travel ban were designed to be automatic with no other action required.

The very same procedure is applied for the termination of missile-related restrictions in the year 2023, and the subsequent conclusion of “consideration of the Iranian nuclear issue” in the Security Council in the year 2025.”

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