Vetoed Draft Resolutions in the United Nations Security Council 1946-20121




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US 49

10-1-4 Australia

Denmark


France

UK


175

21/04/86

S/18016/ Rev 1




2682

United States raid on Libya

/… condemned an armed attack by the United States in violation of the UN Charter and the norms of international conduct




Preambular paragraph 4 referred to Friendly Relations Declaration; condemnation of violation of Charter (operative para 1) and call for peaceful settlement of disputes (operative para 4)

France 16

UK 23


US 50

9-5 Australia Denmark -1 Venezuela

176

23/05/86

S/18087/ Rev 1



2686

South African raids into Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe


/… condemned South Africa for the recent military raids into Botswana. Zambia and Zimbabwe; demanded full compensation and called for the imposition of selective economic and other sanctions




Operative paragraph 6 determined that South African actions constituted a threat to international peace and security and decided on sanctions in accordance with relevant provisions of the Charter

UK 24

US 51



12-2-1 France

177

18/06/86

S/18163


2693

South African attacks on Angola

/… condemned South Africa for its recent premeditated and unprovoked attack on the port of Namibe…and persistent and sustained armed invasions of Angola. Called upon all states to implement fully the arms embargo (in resolution SCR 418 of 1977); and called for selective economic and other sanctions against South Africa




Reference in preambular paragraphs 4,5 and 6 to South Africa’s violation of the Charter through its military occupation of parts of Angola: operative paragraph 7 determined that South African actions constituted a threat to international peace and security, and decided on sanctions in accordance with relevant provisions of the Charter

UK 25

US 52


12-2-1 France

178

31/07/86

S/18250


2704

Nicaragua and ICJ Judgement

/… called for full compliance with the Judgement of the ICJ of 27 June 1986 in the case of “Military and Paramilitary Activities in and against Nicaragua”




Preambular references to ICJ as principal judicial organ of the UN according to the Charter and to the Charter principles on peaceful settlement of disputes

US 53

11-1-3 France

Thailand


UK

179

28/10/86

S/18250


2718

Nicaragua and ICJ Judgement

/… called for full and immediate compliance with the Judgement of the ICJ of 27 June 1986




Preambular reference to ICJ as principal judicial organ of UN according to the Charter

US 54

11-1-3 France Thailand

UK


180

20/02/87

S/18705


2738

South Africa

/… condemned South Africa for its persistent refusal to comply with the decisions of the Security Council and the General Assembly; declared that (this) refusal constituted a direct challenge to the authority of the United Nations and decided to impose a number of mandatory sanctions under Chapter VII




Reference in preambular paras to Article 25 and the decision take under Chapter VII and Article 41 of the Charter

UK 26

US 55


10-3 FRG

-2 France Japan



181

09/04/87

S/18785


2747

Question of Namibia

/… condemned South Africa for continued illegal occupation of Namibia and decided under Chapter VII to impose comprehensive mandatory sanctions against South Africa




References also to Articles 2,25 and 41 of the Charter and in preambular para 6 the inalienable right of the Namibian people to self-determination in accordance with the Charter

UK 27

US 56


9-3 FRG

-3 France

Italy

Japan


182

18/1/88

S/19434


2784

Israeli occupation of Lebanon

/… strongly deplored the reported Israeli attacks, against Lebanese territory and civilian population, requested Israel to cease attempts to occupy or change the status of Lebanese territory and reaffirmed the need to implement SCR’s425 and 425 (1978) and SCR 509(1982) on Israeli military withdrawal to internationally recognised boundaries







US 57

13-1-1

UK


183

1/2/88

S/19466


2790

Situation in the occupied territories: Palestine

/… calls on Israel to accept the de jure applicability of the Geneva Convention to territories occupied since 1967 and comply with obligations under the Convention, and requested continued monitoring by the UN Secretary-General




Reference in preambular paragraph 3 to the inalienable rights of all peoples recognised by the Charter

US 58

14-1

184

8/3/88

S/19585


2797

Sanctions against South Africa

/… decided under Chapter VII of the Charter to adopt a member of economic measures against South Africa




Decision taken under Chapter VII of the Charter

UK 28

US 59


10-2-3

France


FRG

Japan


185

15/4/88

S/19780


2806

Situation in the occupie territories: Palestine

/… urged Israel to abide by the Geneva Covention, to rescind orders to deport Palestinians, condemned policies and practices of Israel which violate the human rights of the Palestinians and affirmed the need for a settlement







US 60

14-1

186

10/5/88

S/19868


2814

Israeli invasion of Sothern Lebanon

/… condemned the recent invasion by Israeli forces of southern Lebanon, reaffirmed the urgent need to implement SCRs 425 and 426 (1978) and SCR 509 (1982) and requested the Secretary –General to continue consultations







US 61

14-1

187

14/12/88

S/20322


2832

Israeli raid on Lebanon

/… strongly deplores the attack by Israeli forces on 9 December 1988 against Lebanese territory, and reaffirmed urgent need to implement SCRs 425 and 426 (1978) and SCR 509 (1982) and requested the Secretary-General to continue consultations







US 62

14-1

188

11/1/89

S/20378


2841

Shooting down of Libyan aircraft

/… deplored the downing of two Libyan reconnaissance planes by the US and called on the US to suspend its military manoeuvres off the Libyan coast and on all parties to refrain from resorting force




Preambular paragraph 4 referred to Friendly Relations Declaration; operative paragraph 3 referred to settlement of differences peacefully according to the Charter

France 17

UK

29



US 63

9-4 Canada

-2 Brazil

Finland


189

17/2/89

S/20463


2850

Situation in the occupied territories: Palestine

/… strong deplored Israel’s persistent policies and practices against the Palestinian peoples in the Palestinian territories; called on Israel to abide by Security Council resolutions and comply with its obligations under the Fourth Geneva Convention; and requested the UN Secretary-General to report to the Security Council




Reference in preambular paragraph 2 to the inalienable rights of all peoples recognised in the Charter

US 64

14-1

190

9/6/89

S/20677



2867

Situation in the occupied territories: Palestine

/… strongly deplored Israel’s policies and practices in the occupied Palestinian territories; demanded that Israel desist from deporting Palestinians from the occupied territories; expressed concern about prolonged closure of schools in parts of the occupied territory and requested the Secretary-General to report no later than 23 June




Reference in preambular paragraph 2 to the inalienable rights of all peoples recognised in the Charter

US 65

14-1

191

7/11/89

S/20945/ Rev 1



2889

Situation in the occupied territories: Palestine

/… strongly deplored Israel’s policies and practices against the Palestinian people in the occupied territories; called upon Israel to end such practices; requested Secretary-General to conduct on-site monitoring of the situation and to submit periodic reports, the first such report as soon as possible




Reference in preambular para 4 to the inalienable rights of all peoples recognised in the Charter

US 66

14-1

192

23/12/89

S/21048





Invasion of Panama

/… strongly deplored the intervention of Panama by the armed forces of the United States of America and demanded their immediate withdrawal ; and requested Secretary-General to monitor the developments in Panama and to report to the Security Council within a twenty-four hour period.




Reference in preambular para 3 to Article 2 paragraph 4

US 67

UK 30


France 18

10-4 Canada

-1


Finland

193

17/1/90

S/21084


2905

Violation of diplomatic privileges and immunities of the Nicaraguan Ambassador’s residence in Panama

/… declared that the serious events that took place re a violation of the privileges and immunities recognised under international law and codified in the Vienna Conventions; expressed concern over any measure that restricts free communication and prevents the functioning of diplomatic missions in Panama; and demanded the full respect for the rules of international law that guarantee the immunity of diplomatic officers and the inviolability of the premises if diplomatic missions.







US 68

13-1-1

UK


194

31/5/90

S/21326


2926

Situation in the occupied territories: Palestine

/… established a commission of three members if the Security Council to examine the situation relating to Israel’s policies and practices in the occupied Palestinian territory; and requested the Commission to report to the Security Council by 20 June 1990







US 69

14-1

195

11/5/93

S/25693


3211

Situation in Cyprus

/… treated the costs of UNFICYP as expenses of the Organisation under Article 17(2) with effect from the next extension of UNFICYP’s mandate; conducted reassessment of UNFICYP; added a number of observers for reconnaissance to assist the reassessment; mandates the Secretary-General to produce a report one month before the reassessment




Reference in operative para 3 to Article 17 paragraph 2

Russia 115

14-1

196

2/12/94

S/1994/1358



3475

Situation in the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina

/… reconfirmed that the requirements of all relevant SCRs should be strictly applied in respect of all goods crossing the border between the FRY and Bosnia, and the border between Croatia and the FRY and Croatia and Bosnia.




Acting under Chapter VII of the Charter

Russia 116

13-1-1 China

197

17/9/95

S/1995/394



3538

Situation in the occupied Arab territories

/… confirmed that the expropriation of land by Israel, the occupying power, in East Jerusalem was invalid, and called upon the Government of Israel to rescind the expropriation orders and refrain from such action in the future







US 70

14-1

198

10/1/97

S/1997/18



3730

Central America: efforts towards peace

/… decided to authorise the attachment of military observers to MINUGUA







China 4

14-1

199

07/03/97

S/1997/199



3746

Situation in the occupied Arab territories

/… called upon Israeli authorities to refrain from all actions or measures, including settlement activities, which alter facts on the ground pre-empting final status negotiations, and have negative implications for the Middle East Peace Process; and to abide scrupulously by its legal obligations and responsibilities under the 1949 Geneva Convention







US 71

14-1

200

21/3/97

S/1997/241



3756

Situation in the occupied Arab territories

/… demanded that Israel immediately cease construction o the Jabal Abu Gheim settlement in East Jerusalem as well as other Israeli settlement activities in the occupied territories, and requests a report on developments from the Secretary-General.







US 72

13-1-1 Costa Rica

201

25/2/99

S/1999/201



3982

Extension of UNPREDEP in Macedonia

/… extended UNPREDEP six months until 31 August 1999, to deter threats and prevent clashes, to monitor the border area, and to report to the Secretary-General any developments posing a threat to the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, including monitoring and reporting on illicit arms flows and other activities prohibited under SCR 1160(1998)







China 5

13-1-1 Russia

202

27/3/01

S/2001/270



4305

Situation in the Middle East, including the Palestinian question

/… called for the immediate cessation of all acts of violence, provocation and collective punishment, and the return to the positions and arrangements prior to September 2000; called upon Israel and the Palestinian Authority to implement promptly and without preconditions. The understandings reached at Sharm El-Sheik on 17 October 2000; urged a resumption of negotiations within the Middle East Peace Process; expressed grave concern at the recent settlement activities, in particular the recent decision to expand the Jabal Abu Ghneim settlement and called for full cessation of settlement activities; called for an end to closures of the occupied Palestinian territories, and for the transfer by Israel to the Palestinian Authority of all revenues due; requested the Secretary-General to set up an appropriate mechanism to protect Palestinian civilians, including through a UN observer force.







US 73

9-1-4 France

Ireland


Norway

UK
(Ukraine did not particip-ate in the vote)



203

14/12/01

S/2001/ 1199



4438

Situation in the Middle East, including the Palestinian question

/…demanded the immediate cessation of all acts of violence, provocation and destruction, and the return to the positions and arrangements prior to September 2000; condemned all acts of terror, in particular those targeting civilians, and all acts of extrajudiciary executions, excessive use of force and wide destruction of all properties; called on the two sides to start the comprehensive and immediate implementation of the recommendations made in the Report of Sharm El-Sheik Fact-Finding Committee (Mitchell Report) in a speedy manner, and encouraged all concerned to establish a monitoring mechanism to help the parties implement the recommendations of the Report and to help create a better situation in the occupied Palestinian territories; called for the resumption of negotiations within the Middle East Peace Process on its agreed basis.







US 74

12-1-2 Norway

UK


204

30/6/02

S/2002/712



4563

Situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina

/… decided to extend UNMIBH, including the IPTF, until 31 December 2002




“ Determined to promote the peaceful resolution of the conflicts in accordance with the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations” Acting under Chapter VII of the Charter of the UN

US 75

13-1-1 Bulgaria


205

20/12/02

S/2002/ 1385



4681

Situation in the Middle East, including the Palestine Question
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