SECURITY COUNCIL ANNOUNCES MEASURES AGAINST TALIBAN FOR FAILURE TO HAND OVER USAMA BIN LADEN19991115
The following is the text of an oral statement to the press by Ambassador Danilo Türk (Slovenia) on behalf of the Members of the Security Council:
On 15 October, the Security Council at its 4051st meeting adopted resolution 1267 (1999) by which it demanded that the Taliban turn over Usama bin Laden without further delay to appropriate authorities in a country where he has been indicted, or to appropriate authorities in a country where he will be returned to such a country, or to appropriate authorities in a country where he will be arrested and effectively brought to justice.
The Council further decided that on 14 November all States shall impose the measures set out in paragraph 4 of the resolution, unless the Council has previously decided, on the basis of the report of the Secretary-General, that the Taliban has fully complied with the aforementioned obligation.
Since the Taliban has not complied with this obligation, the measures contained in paragraph 4 of the resolution have entered into effect.
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