SPEAKERS URGE SECURITY COUNCIL TO LIFT ITS SANCTIONS AGAINST LIBYA STEMMING FROM 1988 BOMBING OF PAN AM FLIGHT 103

26 March 1998
SC/6491/

SPEAKERS URGE SECURITY COUNCIL TO LIFT ITS SANCTIONS AGAINST LIBYA STEMMING FROM 1988 BOMBING OF PAN AM FLIGHT 103

26 March 1998

Press ReleaseSC/6491/

SPEAKERS URGE SECURITY COUNCIL TO LIFT ITS SANCTIONS AGAINST LIBYA STEMMING FROM 1988 BOMBING OF PAN AM FLIGHT 103

19980326 CORRECTION

In Press Release SC/6491 of 20 March, the first complete paragraph on page 4, which is part of the summary of the statement by ARIZAL EFFENDI (Indonesia), should read as follows:

"Regrettably, the balanced and well-meaning initiatives and recommendations of the international community and the new situation created by the Court's judgments had been cast aside, leading to an impasse and increased suffering for the Libyan people."

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