United Nations Security Council Resolution 1454

Resolution 1454 of the UN Security Council was adopted on 30 December 2002 having regard to the Council resolutions 661, 986, 1284, 1352, 1360, 1382, 1409 and 1447.

Resolution 1454 reaffirmed the recognition of all Member States to the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Iraq. The Security Council approved adjustments to the Goods Review List for limited goods of approved oil-for- Food program. In the limited approved goods are biological, chemical or standing with missiles in conjunction goods. In addition, the committee is responsible for this will check the goods review list and the method of using the items specified in this list regularly and if necessary give recommendations to the Security Council on amendments to this list. UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan was instructed to determine consumption rates and use levels for certain chemicals and drugs in this resolution within 60 days.

The resolution was adopted by a vote of 13 members of the Security Council; Russia and Syria abstained. Resolution 1454 is the recent resolution adopted by the Security Council in 2002.