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United Nations: Security Council Resolution Urging Libya to Respond to Requests for Cooperation in Investigations of Aerial Incidents, Secretary-General Reports Thereunder, and Libyan Letters

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* [The U.N. Security Council unanimously adopted Resolution 731 (1992) on January 21, 1992. The U.N. Secretary-General's Reports, pursuant to paragraph 4 of that Resolution, are reproduced from U.N. documents S/23574 (February 11, 1992) and S/23672 (March 3, 1992). The Libyan Letter of March 18, 1992, is reproduced from the Annex to U.N. document S/23731, March 19, 1992. The May 14, 1992, letter is reproduced from U.N. document S/23918 of the same date.

[Statements from France, the U.K. and the U.S. calling on Libya to cooperate in the investigations of the aerial incidents, November 14-December 20, 1991, appear at 31 I.L.M. 717 (1992). Responses by the League of Arab States and Libya, January 8-18, 1992, appear at 31 I.L.M. 724 (1992). The France-Libya exchange of letters regarding judicial cooperation in the investigation of the aerial incident in Niger, April 21-May 8, 1992, appears at 31 I.L.M. 744 (1992).

[U.N. Security Council Resolution 748 (1992), subsequently adopted on March 31, 1992, appears at 31 I.L.M. 749 (1992).]

1/ S/23306. [31 I.L.M. 718 (1992)]

2/ S/23309. [31 I.L.M. 723 (1992)]

3/ S/23307. [31 I.L.M. 721 (1992)]

4/ S/23308. [31 I.L.M. 723 (1992)]

5/ S/23317.

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