Resolutions

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12 September 2019

Decides that the arms embargo shall no longer apply to supplies of weapons with a calibre of 14.5 mm or less, and ammunition and components specially designed for such weapons, to the CAR security forces, as notified in advance to the Committee. Further decides that arms embargo shall no longer apply to supplies of arms and other related lethal equipment that are not listed in paragraph 2 (g) of the resolution to the CAR security forces, as approved in advance by the Committee. Decides that the Member State, international, regional or subregional organization supplying the materiel is primarily responsible for notifying the Committee and that such notification must be at least 20 days in advance of the delivery of any supplies as permitted. Modifies the exemptions requirement from an approval process to a notification process for supplies of non-lethal military equipment intended solely for humanitarian or protective use, and related technical assistance or training. Decides that the arms embargo shall no longer apply to supplies of small arms and other related materiel for armed wildlife rangers of the Chinko Project and the Bamingui-Bangoran National Park to defend against poaching, smuggling of ivory and arms, as notified in advance to the Committee. Provides details to be included in notifications and exemptions requests to the Committee.  Decides that the CAR authorities shall update the Committee by 31 December 2019 on the progress achieved in the SSR process, DDRR process and in the management of weapons and ammunition. Requests that the Secretary-General update the Security Council, no later than 31 December 2019, on the progress achieved by the CAR authorities on the key benchmarks.

31 January 2019

Extends the general arms embargo, travel ban and asset freeze until 31 January 2020 and the mandate of the Panel of Experts until 29 February 2020. Expresses the Security Council’s intention to establish, no later than 30 April 2019, clear and well identified key benchmarks regarding the reform of the security sector, the disarmament, demobilization, reintegration and repatriation process, and the management of weapons and ammunition, that could serve in guiding the Council to review the arms embargo measures on the Government of the CAR. Requests the Secretary-General, in close collaboration with MINUSCA, UNMAS and the Panel of Experts, to conduct, no later than 31 July 2019, an assessment on the progress achieved on the key benchmarks. Requests the CAR authorities to report, by 30 June 2019, to the Committee on the progress achieved regarding the reform of the security sector, the disarmament, demobilization, reintegration and repatriation process, and the management of weapons and ammunition.

30 January 2018

Extends the general arms embargo, travel ban and asset freeze until 31 January 2019 and the mandate of the Panel of Experts until 28 February 2019. Extends the sanctionable criteria to those involved in planning, directing or committing acts involving sexual and gender-based violence in the CAR and broadens the sanctionable criteria to those involved in planning, directing, sponsoring, or conducting attacks humanitarian personnel. Condemns all acts of incitement to violence, in particular on an ethnic or religious basis, that undermine the peace, stability or security of the CAR and decides that individuals and entities who commit such acts and then engage in or provide support for acts that undermine the peace, stability or security of the CAR could meet the designation criteria specified in paragraph 20. Encourages Member States to require that airlines provide advance passenger information to the appropriate national authorities in order to detect departure, entry or transit through their territories of individuals designated by the Committee; and, inter alia, to report to the Committee on such travels. Also it encourages Member States to submit photographs and other biometric data of individuals designated by the Committee for inclusion in INTERPOL-United Nations Security Council Special Notices.

27 January 2017

Extends the general arms embargo, travel ban and asset freeze until 31 January 2018 and the mandate of the Panel of Experts until 28 February 2018. Extends the sanctionable criteria to those involved in planning, directing or committing acts involving sexual and gender-based violence in the CAR. Encourages Member States to require that airlines provide advance passenger information to the appropriate national authorities in order to detect departure, entry or transit through their territories of individuals designated by the Committee; and, inter alia, to report to the Committee on such travels. Also urges the CAR authorities to ensure that fraudulent, counterfeit, stolen and lost passports and other travel documents are removed from circulation as soon as possible, and to share this information with other Members States through the INTERPOL database. In addition, it encourages Member States to submit photographs and other biometric data of individuals designated by the Committee for inclusion in INTERPOL-United Nations Security Council Special Notices.  

27 January 2016

Extends the general arms embargo, travel ban and asset freeze until 31 January 2017 and the mandate of the Panel of Experts until 28 February 2017. Observes that individuals who knowingly facilitate the travel of a listed individual in violation of the travel ban may be determined by the Committee to have met the designation criteria, and calls upon all parties and all Member States to cooperate with the Committee as well as the Panel of Experts on the implementation of the travel ban. Decides inter alia that supplies of non-lethal equipment and provision of assistance, including operational and non-operational training to the CAR security forces, intended solely for support of or use in the CAR process of Security Sector Reform (SSR) shall be notified in advance to the Committee; and that supplies brought into the CAR by Chadian or Sudanese forces solely for their use in international patrols of the tripartite force shall be approved in advance by the Committee.

22 January 2015

Affirms that the mandate of the Committee applies to the measures imposed in paragraphs 54 and 55 of resolution 2127 (2013) and paragraphs 30 and 32 of resolution 2134 (2014) extended by this resolution. Extends the mandate of the Panel of Experts until 29 February 2016. Observes that individuals who knowingly facilitate the travel of a listed individual in violation of the travel ban may be determined by the Committee to have met the designation criteria.

10 April 2014

Establishes the United Nations Multidimensional Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic and provides it with the mandate to assist the 2127 Committee including by monitoring the implementation of the sanctions measures.

28 January 2014

Imposes a travel ban and an asset freeze in connection with the Central African Republic.

05 December 2013

Imposes an arms embargo in connection with the Central African Republic.