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United Nations Security Council Resolution 1129, adopted on
September 12, 1997, after recalling all previous resolutions on
Iraq, including resolutions 986 (1995) and 1111 (1997) concerning
the Oil-for-Food Programme, the Council decided that the provisions
of Resolution 1111 would remain in force, but permitted special
provisions to allow Iraq to sell petroleum in a more favourable
time frame.On June 8, 1997, the Security Council extended the
Oil-for-Food Programme in Iraq for an additional 180 days. It noted
the Iraqi government's decision not to export petroleum or
petroleum products from June 8 and August 13, 1997, and was
therefore concerned at the resulting humanitarian effects on the
Iraqi people due to a shortfall in revenue from oil sales. The
Council was determined to avoid any further deterioration in the
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