Security Council Distr.: General
29 November 2001
Resolution 1382 (2001)
Adopted by the Security Council at its 4431st meeting, on
29 November 2001
The Security Council,
Recalling its previous relevant resolutions, including its resolutions 986 (1995)
of 14 April 1995, 1284 (1999) of 17 December 1999, 1352 (2001) of 1 June 2001
and 1360 (2001) of 3 July 2001, as they relate to the improvement of the
humanitarian programme for Iraq,
Convinced of the need as a temporary measure to continue to provide for the
civilian needs of the Iraqi people until the fulfilment by the Government of Iraq of
the relevant resolutions, including notably resolutions 687 (1991) on 3 April 1991
and 1284 (1999), allows the Council to take further action with regard to the
prohibitions referred to in resolution 661 (1990) of 6 August 1990 in accordance
with the provisions of these resolutions,
Determined to improve the humanitarian situation in Iraq,
Reaffirming the commitment of all Member States to the sovereignty and
territorial integrity of Iraq,
Acting under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations,
1. Decides that the provisions of resolution 986 (1995), except those
contained in paragraphs 4, 11 and 12 and subject to paragraph 15 of resolution 1284
(1999), and the provisions of paragraphs 2, 3 and 5 to 13 of 1360 (2001) shall
remain in force for a new period of 180 days beginning at 0001 hours, Eastern
Standard Time, on 1 December 2001;
2. Notes the proposed Goods Review List (as contained in Annex 1 to this
resolution) and the procedures for its application (as contained in Annex 2 to this
resolution) and decides that it will adopt the List and the procedures, subject to any
refinements to them agreed by the Council in light of further consultations, for
implementation beginning on 30 May 2002;
3. Reaffirms the obligation of all States, pursuant to resolution 661 (1990)
and subsequent relevant resolutions, to prevent the sale or supply to Iraq of any
commodities or products, including weapons or any other military equipment, and to
prevent the making available to Iraq of any funds or any other financial or economic
resources, except as authorized by existing resolutions;
4. Stresses the obligation of Iraq to cooperate with the implementation of
this resolution and other applicable resolutions, including by respecting the security
and safety of all persons directly involved in their implementation;
5. Appeals to all States to continue to cooperate in the timely submission of
technically complete applications and the expeditious issuing of export licences, and
to take all other appropriate measures within their competence in order to ensure
that urgently needed humanitarian supplies reach the Iraqi population as rapidly as
6. Reaffirms its commitment to a comprehensive settlement on the basis of
the relevant resolutions of the Security Council, including any clarification
necessary for the implementation of resolution 1284 (1999);
7. Decides that, for the purposes of this resolution, references in resolution
1360 (2001) to the 150-day period established by that resolution shall be interpreted
to refer to the 180-day period established pursuant to paragraph 1 above;
8. Decides to remain seized of the matter.
Proposed Goods Review List (GRL)
(Note: Arms and munitions are prohibited under UNSCR 687, para. 24 and thus are
not included on the review list.)
A. Items subject to the provisions of UNSCR 1051 (1996).
B. The List contained in document S/2001/1120, annex (to the extent, if any, the
items on these lists are not covered by UNSCR 687, para. 24). The list includes the
following general categories and includes clarifying notes and statements of
understanding: (1) advanced materials; (2) materials processing; (3) electronics; (4)
computers; (5) telecommunications and information security; (6) sensors and lasers;
(7) navigation and avionics; (8) marine; and (9) propulsion.
C. The following individual items, as further described in the annex:
Command, Control, Communication and Simulation
1. Specific advanced telecommunications equipment.
2. Information security equipment.
Sensors, Electronic Warfare, and Night Vision
3. Specialized electronic instrumentation and test equipment.
4. Image intensifier night vision systems, tubes, and components.
Aircraft and Related Items
5. Specialized radar equipment.
6. Non-civil certified aircraft; all aero gas turbine engines; unmanned aerial
vehicles; and parts and components.
7. Non-xray explosive detection equipment.
8. Air independent propulsion (AIP) engines and fuel cells specially designed for
underwater vehicles, and specially designed components therefor.
9. Marine acoustic equipment.
10. Charges and devices specially designed for civil projects, and containing small
quantities of energetic materials.
11. Specialized vibration test equipment.
Conventional Weapons Manufacturing
12. Specialized semiconductor manufacturing equipment.
Heavy Military Transport
13. Low-bed trailers/loaders with a carrying capacity greater than 30 metric tonnes
and width equal to or greater than 3 meters.
Biological Weapons Equipment
14. Certain Biological Equipment.
Annex to Proposed Goods Review List (GRL)
Technical Parameters for Individual Items
#1. Specific advanced telecommunication equipment
a. Any type of telecommunications equipment, specially designed to operate
outside the temperature range from 218 K (-55° C) to 397 K (124° C);
b. Phased array antennae, containing active elements and distributed components,
and designed to permit electronic control of beam shaping and pointing, except for
landing systems with instruments meeting International Civil Aviation Organization
(ICAO) standards (microwave landing systems (MLS));
c. Radio relay communications equipment designed for use at frequencies of 7.9
through 10.55 GHz or exceeding 40 GHz and assemblies and components therefor;
d. Optical fiber cables of more than 5 meters in length, and preforms or drawn
fibers of glass or other materials optimized for manufacture and use as optical
telecommunications transmission medium. Optical terminals and optical amplifiers;
e. Software specially designed for the development or production of the
components or equipment in a-d above;
f. Technology for the development, design or production of the components,
software, or equipment in a-d above.
#2. Information security equipment
Information security equipment having any of the following characteristics:
a. a symmetric encryption algorithm;
b. an asymmetric encryption algorithm;
c. a discrete-log encryption algorithm;
d. analog encryption or scrambling;
e. TCSEC Bl, B2, B3, or Al or equivalent Multilevel Secure (MLS) computer
f. Software specially designed for the development or production of a-a above;
g. Technology for the development, design or production of a-a above.
Note 1: This entry does not require review of items that meet all of the following:
a. Generally available to the public, by being sold, without restriction, from stock
at retail selling points by means of any of the following:
a.l. Over the counter transactions;
a.2. Mail order transactions;
a.3. Electronic transactions;
a.4. Telephone call transactions;
b. The cryptographic functionality cannot easily be changed by the user;
c. Designed for installation by the user without further substantial support by the
d. When necessary, details of the items are accessible and will be provided, upon
request, to the appropriate authority in the exporter’s country in order to ascertain
compliance with conditions described in paragraphs a-c above.
Note 2: This item does not require review of:
a. Personalized smart cards where the cryptographic capability is restricted for
use in equipment or systems excluded from control under entries b-f of this note. If
a personalized smart card has multiple functions, the control status of each function
is addressed individually;
b. Receiving equipment for radio broadcast, pay television, or similar restricted
audience broadcast of the consumer type, without digital encryption except that
exclusively used for sending the billing or program-related information back to the
c. Equipment where the cryptographic capability is not user-accessible and which
is specially designed and limited to allow any of the following:
c.l. Execution of copy-protected software;
c.2. Access to any of the following:
c.2.a. Copy-protected contents stored on read-only media; or
c.2.b.Information stored in encrypted form on media (e.g. in
connection with intellectual property rights) where the media is
offered for sale in identical sets to the public; or
c.2.c. One-time copying of copyright-protected audio/video data.
d. Cryptographic equipment specially designed and limited for banking use or
Technical Note: “Money transactions” includes the collection and settlement of fares
or credit functions.
e. Portable or mobile radiotelephones for civil use (e.g. for commercial civil
cellular radiocommunications systems) that are not capable of end-to-end
f. Cordless telephone equipment not capable of end-to-end encryption where the
maximum effective range of unboosted cordless operation (i.e., a single, unrelayed
hop between terminal and home basestation) is less than 400 meters according to the
#3. Specialized electronic instrumentation and test equipment
a. Signal analysers from 4 through 31 GHz;
b. Microwave test receivers from 4 through 40 GHz;
c. Network analysers from 4 through 40 GHz;
d. Signal generators from 4 through 31 GHz;
e. Travelling wave tubes, pulsed or continuous wave, as follows:
e.1. Coupled cavity tubes, or derivatives thereof;
e.2. Helix tubes, or derivatives thereof, with any of the following:
e.2.a.l. An instantaneous bandwidth of half an octave or more; and
e.2.a.2. The product of the rated average output power (expressed in kW)
and the maximum operating frequency (expressed in GHz) of more than
e.2.b.1. An instantaneous bandwidth of less than half an octave; and
e.2.b.2. The product of the rated average output power (expressed in kW)
and the maximum operating frequency (expressed in GHz) of more than
f. Equipment specially designed for the manufacture of electron tubes, optical
elements and specially designed components therefor;
g. Hydrogen/hydrogen-isotope thyratrons of ceramic-metal construction and rate
for a peak current of 500 A or more;
h. Digital instrumentation data recorders having any of the following
h.l. A maximum digital interface transfer rate exceeding 175 Mbit/s; or
h.2. Space qualified.
i. Radiation and radioisotope detection and simulation equipment, analysers,
software, and Nuclear Instrumentation Module (NIM) componentry and mainframes;
j. Software specially designed for the development or production of the
components or equipment in a-i above;
k. Technology for the development, design or production of the components or
equipment in a-i above.
Note: Items a-e do not require review when contained in contracts for civil
telecommunications projects, including ongoing maintenance, operation, and repair
of the system, certified for civil use by the supplier government.
#4. Image intensifier night vision systems, tubes, and components
a. Night vision systems (i.e., cameras or direct view imaging equipment) using an
image intensifier tube that utilizes a microchannel plate (MCP) and an S-20, S-25,
GaAs, or GaInAs photocathode.
b. Image intensifier tubes that utilize a microchannel plate (MCP) and an S-20,
S-25, GaAs, or GsINAs photocathode with a sensitivity of 240 micro Amps per
lumen and below:
c. Microchannel plates of 15 micrometers and above.
d. Software specially designed for the development or production of the
components or equipment in a-c above;
e. Technology for the development, design or production of the components or
equipment in a-c above.
#5. Specialized radar equipment
a. All airborne radar equipment and specially designed components therefor, not
including radars specially designed for meteorological use or Mode 3, Mode C, and
Mode S civilian air traffic control equipment specially designed to operate only in
the 960-1215 MHz band;
Note: This entry does not require initial review of airborne radar equipment installed
as original equipment in civil-certified aircraft operating in Iraq.
b. All ground-based primary radar systems that are capable of aircraft detection
c. Software specially designed for the development or production of the
components or equipment in a and b above;
d. Technology for the development, design or production of the components or
equipment in a and b above.
#6. Non-civil certified aircraft; all aero gas turbine engines; unmanned aerial
vehicles; and parts and components
a. Non-civil certified aircraft and specially designed parts and components
therefor. This does not include parts and components solely designed to
accommodate a carrying of passengers including seats, food services, environmental
conditioning, lighting systems, and passenger safety devices.
Note: Civil certified aircraft consist of aircraft that have been certified for general
civil use by the civil aviation authorities of the original equipment manufacturer’s
b. All gas turbine engines except those designed for stationary power generation
applications, and specially designed parts and components therefor.
c. Unmanned aerial vehicles and parts and components therefor with any of the
c.l. Capable of autonomous operation;
c.2. Capable of operating beyond line of sight;
c.3. Incorporating a satellite navigation receiver (i.e. GPS);
c.4. A gross take-off weight greater than 25 kg (55 pounds).
d. Parts and components for civil-certified aircraft (not including engines).
Note 1: This does not include parts and components for normal maintenance of non-
Iraqi owned or leased civil-certified aircraft that were originally qualified or
certified by the original equipment manufacturer for that aircraft.
Note 2: For Iraqi-owned or leased civil aircraft, review of parts and components for
normal maintenance is not required if the maintenance is performed in a country
other than Iraq.
Note 3: For Iraqi-owned or leased aircraft, parts and components are subject to
review except for equivalent one-for-one replacement of parts and components that
have been certified or qualified by the original equipment manufacturer for use on
Note 4: Any specially designed parts or components that improve the performance
of the aircraft remain subject to review. e. Technology, including software, for the
design, development and production of equipment and parts/components for the
items in sub-items a-d above.
#9. Marine acoustic equipment
a. Marine acoustic systems, equipment and specially designed components
therefor, as follows:
a.l. Active (transmitting or transmitting-and-receiving) systems, equipment and
specially designed components therefor, as follows:
a.l.a. Wide-swath bathymetric survey systems designed for sea bed topographic
mapping designed to measure depths less than 600 m below the water surface
a.2. Passive (receiving, whether or not related in normal application to separate
active equipment) systems, equipment and specially designed components thereof as
a.2.a. Hydrophones with sensitivity better than minus 220 Db at any depth with
no acceleration' compensation;
a.2.b. Towed acoustic hydrophone arrays designed or able to be modified to
operate at depths exceeding 15 meters but not exceeding 35 meters.
a.2.b.1. Heading sensors with an accuracy better than +/- 0.5 degrees.
a.2.c. Processing equipment specially designed for towed acoustic hydrophone
a.2.d. Processing equipment, specially designed for bottom or bay cable
b. Correlation-velocity sonar log equipment designed to measure the horizontal
speed of the equipment carrier relative to the seabed.
Technical Note: Hydrophone sensitivity is defined as twenty times the logarithm to
the base 10 of the ratio of rms output voltage to a 1 V rms reference, when the
hydrophone sensor, without a pre-amplifier, is placed in a plane wave acoustic field
with an rms pressure of 1 p2a. For example, a hydrophone of -160 Db, reference 1 V
per uPa) -180 Db.
#10. Charges and devices specially designed for civil projects, and containing small
quantities of the following energetic materials:
1. Cyclotetramethylenetetranitramine (CAS 2691-41-0) (HMX); octahydro-
2. Hexanitrostilbene (HNS) (CAS 20062-22-0);
3. Triaminotrinitrobenzene (TATB) (CAS 3058-38-6);
4. Triaminoguanidinenitrate (TAGN) (CAS 4000-16-2);
5. Dinitroglycoluril (DNGU, DINGU) (CPS 55510-04-81: tetranitroglycoluril
(TNGU, SORGUYL) (CAS 55510-03-7);
6. Tetranitrobenzotriazolobenzotriazole (TACOT) (CAS 25243-36-1);
7. Diaminohexanitrobiphenyl (DIPAM) (CAS 17215-44-0);
8. Picrylaminodinitropyridine (PYX) (CAS 38082-89-2);
9. 3-vitro-1,2,4-triazol-5-one (NTO or ONTA) (CAS 932-64-9);
l0. Cyclotrimethylenetrinitramine (RDX) (CAS 121-82-4); cyclonite; T4;
hexahydro-1,3,5-trinitro-1, 3, 5-triazine; 1, 3, 5-trinitro-1, 3, 5-triazacyclohexane
11. 2-(5-cyanotetrazolato) penta amine-cobalt (III) -perchlorate (or CP) (CAS
12. cis-bis (5-nitrotetrazolato) tetra amine-cobalt (III) perchlorate (or BNCP);
13. 7-Amino-4,6-dinitrobenzofurazane-l-oxide (ADNBF) (CAS 97096-78-1);
14. 5,7-diamino-4,6-dinitrobenzofurazane-l-oxide (CAS 117907-74-1), (CL-14 or
15. 2,4,6-trinitro-2,4,6-triazacyclohexanone (K-6 or Keto-RDX) (CAS 115029-35-
[3,3,0]-octanone-3 (CAS 130256-72-3)
(tetranitrosemiglycouril, K-55 or keto-bicyclic HMX);
17. 1,1,3-trinitroazetidine (TNAZ) (CAS 97645-24-4);
18. 1,4,5,8-tetranitro-1,4,5,8-tetraazadecalin (TNAD) (CAS 135877-16"=6);
19. Hexanitrohexaazaisowurtzitane (CAS 135285-90-4) (CL-20 or HNIW); and
chlathrates of CL-20;
20. Trinitrophenylmethylnitramine (tetryl) (CAS 479-45-8);
21. Any explosive with a detonation velocity exceeding 8,700 m/s or a detonation
pressure exceeding 34 GPa (340 kbar);
22. Other organic explosives yielding detonation pressures of 25 GPa(250 kbar) or
more that will remain stable at temperatures of 523 K (250°C) or higher for
periods of 5 minutes or longer;
23. Any other United Nations (UN) Class 1.1 solid propellant with a theoretical
specific impulse (under standard conditions) of more than 250 s for nonmetallized,
or more than 270 s for aluminized compositions; and
24. Any UN Class 1.3 solid propellant with a theoretical specific impulse of more
than 230 s for non-halogenised, 250 s for non-metallized and 266 s for
Note: When not part of a charge or device specifically designed for civil
projects in small quantities, the energetic materials above are considered
military items and are subject to UNSCR 687, para. 24.
#11. Specialized vibration test equipment
Vibration test equipment and specially designed parts and components capable of
simulating flight conditions of less than 15,000 meters. a. Software specially
designed for the development or production of the components or equipment above;
b. Technology for the development, design or production of the components or
#12. Specialized semiconductor manufacturing equipment
a. Items specially designed for the manufacture, assembly, packaging, test, and
design of semiconductor devices, integrated circuits and assemblies with a minimum
feature size of 1.0 micrometers, .including:
a.l. Equipment and materials for plasma etch, chemical vapor deposition
(CVD), lithography, mask lithography, masks, and photoresists.
a.2. Equipment specially designed for ion implantation, ion-enhanced or photoenhanced
diffusion, having any of the following characteristics:
a.2.a. Beam energy (accelerating voltage) exceeding 200 keV; or
a.2.b. Optimized to operate at a beam energy (accelerating voltage) of
less than 10 keV.
a.3. Surface finishing equipment for the processing of semiconductor wafers as
a.3.a. Specially designed equipment for backside processing of wafers
thinner than 100 micrometer and the subsequent separation thereof; or
a.3.b. Specially designed equipment for achieving a surface roughness of
the active surface of a processed wafer with a two-sigma value of 2 micrometer or
less, total indicator reading (TIR) ;
a.4. Equipment, other than general-purpose computers, specially designed for
computer aided design (CAD) of semiconductor devices or integrated circuits; a.5.
Equipment for the assembly of integrated circuits, as follows:
a.5.a. Stored program controlled die bonders having all of the following
a.5.a.l. Specially designed for hybrid integrated circuits;
a.5.a.2. X-Y stage positioning travel exceeding 37.5 x 37.5 mm; and
a.5.a.3. Placement accuracy in the X-Y plane of finer than + 10
a.5.b. Stored program controlled equipment for producing multiple bonds in a
single operation (e.g., beam lead bonders, chip carrier bonders, tape bonders);
a.5.c. Semi-automatic or automatic hot cap sealers, in which the cap is heated
locally to a higher temperature than the body of the package, specially designed for
ceramic microcircuit packages and that have a throughput equal to or more than one
package per minute.
b. Software specially designed for the development or production of the
components or equipment in a. above;
c. Technology for the development, design or. production of the components or
equipment in a. above-
#14. Certain Biological Equipment
a. Equipment for the microencapsulation of live microorganisms and toxins in the
range of 1-15 micron particle size, to include interfacial polycondensors and phase
1. Applications for each export of commodities and products should be
forwarded to the Office of the Iraq Programme (OIP) by the exporting States
through permanent or observer missions, or by United Nations agencies and
programmes. Each application should include technical specifications and end-user
information in order for a determination to be made on whether the contract contains
any item referred to in paragraph 24 of resolution 687 (1991) or any item on the
Goods Review List (GRL). A copy of the concluded contractual arrangements
should be attached to the application.
2. Each application and the concluded contractual arrangements will be
reviewed by customs experts in the OIP and experts from UNMOVIC, consulting
the IAEA as necessary, in order to determine whether the contract contains any item
referred to in paragraph 24 of resolution 687 (1991) or included on the GRL. The
OIP will identify an official to act as a contact point on each contract.
3. In order to verify that the conditions set out in paragraph 2 above are
met, the experts may request additional information from the exporting States or
Iraq. The exporting States or Iraq should provide the additional information
requested within a period of 60 days. If the experts do not require any additional
information within four working days, the procedure under paragraphs 5, 6 and 7
4. If the experts determine that the exporting State or Iraq has not provided
the additional information within the period set out in paragraph 3 above, the
application will not proceed further until the necessary information has been
5. If the UNMOVIC experts, consulting the IAEA as necessary, determine
that the contract contains any item referred to in paragraph 24 of resolution 687
(1991), the application shall be considered lapsed and returned to mission or agency
which submitted it.
6. If the UNMOVIC experts, consulting the IAEA as necessary, determine
that the contract contains any item referred to in the GRL, they will forward to the
Committee full details of the GRL listed items, including the technical
specifications of the items and the associated contract. In addition, OIP and
UNMOVIC, consulting the IAEA as necessary, shall provide to the Committee an
assessment of the humanitarian, economic and security implications, of the approval
or denial of the GRL listed items, including the viability of the whole contract in
which the GRL listed item appears and the risk of diversion of the item for military
purposes. OIP shall also provide information on the possible end-use monitoring of
such items. OIP will immediately inform the missions or agencies concerned. The
remaining items in the contract, which are determined as not included in the GRL,
will be processed according to the procedure in paragraph 7 below.
7. If the UNMOVIC experts, consulting the IAEA as necessary, determine
that the contract does not contain any item referred to in paragraph 2 above, the
Office of the Iraq Programme will inform immediately the Government of Iraq and
the exporting State in written form. The exporter will be eligible for payment upon
verification by Cotecna that the goods have arrived as contracted in Iraq.
8. If the mission or agency submitting a contract disagrees with the decision
to refer the contract to the Committee, it may appeal against this decision within two
business days to the Executive Director of OIP. In that event, the Executive Director
of OIP, in consultation with the Executive Chairman of UNMOVIC, will appoint
experts to reconsider the contract in accordance with the procedures set out above.
Their decision, endorsed by the Executive Director and Executive Chairman, will be
final and no further appeals will be permitted. The application shall not be
forwarded to the Committee until the appeal period has expired without an appeal
9. Experts from OIP and UNMOVIC who review contracts should be drawn
from the broadest possible geographical base.
10. The Secretariat will report to the Committee at the end of each 180-day
phase on the contracts submitted and approved for export to Iraq during this period
and provide to any member of the Committee at the member’s request copies of
applications for information purposes only.
11. Any Committee member may call for an urgent meeting of the
Committee to consider revising or revoking these procedures. The Committee will
keep these procedures under review and, in light of experience, will amend them as