United Nations Security Council Resolution ..
United Nations Security Council Resolution 1559 - …
Two years before the 9/11 attacks, the UN Security Council adopted Resolution , establishing a sanctions regime which required all states to impose a range of preventive measures, including asset freezing, international travel bans and arms embargoes on individuals and entities designated by the Sanctions Committee as being associated with the Taliban.
United Nations Security Council resolution 1559, ..
Any state may request the to add names to the Al-Qaeda Sanctions List. The Committee oversees states’ implementation of the sanctions measures; maintains the sanction list; and considers submissions from states concerning exemptions to asset freezing and travel bans. It makes decisions on listing by consensus of its Members. If consensus cannot be reached, the matter may be submitted to the Security Council by the member concerned. Finally, a listed person or entity receives a narrative summary of the reason of the listing, which does not include any information that the designating state considers sensitive.