|Resolution link||Resolution Date||Unofficial Description|
|S/RES/1649 (2005)||21 December 2005||
Renews and expands travel and financial restrictions until 31 July 2006 to political and military leaders, as designated by the Committee, of foreign and Congolese armed groups impeding the disarmament reintegration of combatants.
|S/RES/1616 (2005)||29 July 2005||
Renews the measures until 31 July 2006 and re-established the Group of experts
|S/RES/1596 (2005)||18 April 2005||
Amends and expands the arms embargo imposed by resolution 1493 (2003) and imposes targeted travel and fiancial measures on individuals designated by the Committee in accordance with the criteria set out in the resolution
|S/RES/1552 (2004)||27 July 2004||
Renews the arms embargo imposed by resolution 1493 (2003) until 31 July 2005 and re-establishes the Group of experts for a period expiring on 31 January 2005
|S/RES/1533 (2004)||12 March 2004||
Establishes a Sanctions Committee to oversee the arms embargo imposed by resolution 1493 (2003) and a Group of experts to gather and analyze all relevant information in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), countries of the region and, as necessary, in other countries, connected to flows of arms and related materiel, as well as networks operating in violation of the arms embargo.
|S/RES/1493 (2003)||28 July 2003||
Decides that all States shall, for an initial period of 12 months, take the necessary measures to prevent the direct or indirect supply, sale or transfer of arms and any related material, and the provision of any assistance, advice or training related to military activities, to all foreign and Congolese armed groups and militias operating in the territory of North and South Kivu and of Ituri, and to groups not party to the Global and All-inclusive agreement, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.