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... decides further that [Security Council-imposed arms embargo] shall not apply to: ... (b) Supplies of non-lethal equipment and provision of assistance, including operational and non-operational training to [affected country’s security forces] including State civilian law enforcement institutions, intended solely for support of or use in [affected country’s] process of Security Sector Reform (SSR), in coordination with [UN Mission], and as notified in advance to the Committee, and requests [UN Mission] to report on the contribution to SSR of this exemption, as part of its regular reports to the Council; ... (g) Supplies of arms and other related lethal equipment to [affected country’s security forces] [2399: including State civilian law enforcement institutions,], intended solely for support of or use in [affected country’s] process of SSR, as approved in advance by the Committee ...

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[op. 2] Decides to renew the provisions set out [paragraph of relevant resolution establishing an embargo on arms and related materiel in relation to the situation in affected country] until [date], and in that context reiterates that the arms embargo on [affected country] shall not apply to deliveries of weapons, ammunition or military equipment or the provision of advice, assistance or training, intended solely for the development of the [security forces of affected country’s Government], to provide security for the ... people [of affected country], except in relation to deliveries of [specific items listed in Security Council resolution]; [op. 4] Reiterates that weapons or military equipment sold or supplied solely for the development of the [security forces of affected country’s Government] may not be resold to, transferred to, or made available for use by, any individual or entity not in the service of the [security forces of affected country’s Government], and underlines the responsibility of [affected country’s Government] to ensure the safe and effective management, storage and security of their stockpiles; [op. 9] Recalls that [Government of affected country] has the primary responsibility to notify the Committee, pursuant to [paragraphs of Security Council resolution providing for an obligation on Government of affected country to notify the Security Council sanctions Committee any delivery of arms and related materiel pursuant to the exemption in relevant Security Sanctions regime in advance of reception, after reception and once the arms and related material are distributed to specific units of affected country’s security forces], ... [op. 11] Stresses Member States’ obligations pursuant to the notification procedures set out in [paragraph of relevant Security Council resolution providing for an implicit authorization procedure for arms transfers to affected country under the exemption to Security Council arms embargo, with an obligation on Member States to notify the Security Council sanctions Committee any transfer of arms to affected country five days in advance], underlines the need for Member States to strictly follow the notification procedures for providing assistance to develop [affected country’s] security sector institutions, and encourages Member States to consider [relevant Security Council sanctions Committee assistance notice] as a guide;

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Decides that [financial and economic sanctions, and travel ban, established by the Security Council] shall apply to individuals and entities as designated by [Committee established by the Security Council to pilot and oversee the implementation of Security Council sanctions regime in relation to the situation in affected country] for engaging in or providing support for acts that undermine the peace, stability or security of [affected country], and decides that such acts include: (a) acting in violation of the measures taken by Member States [for the implementation of the Security Council-established sanctions regime in relation to the situation in affected country]; (b) being political and military leaders of foreign armed groups operating in [affected country] who impede the disarmament and the voluntary repatriation or resettlement of combatants belonging to those groups; (c) being political and military leaders of [affected country’s] militias, including those receiving support from outside [affected country], who impede the participation of their combatants in disarmament, demobilization and reintegration processes;

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Decides that the measures imposed by [paragraph of resolution providing for arms embargo in relation to the situation in affected country] shall not apply to: ... (c) supplies of arms and related lethal materiel to [national security forces], intended solely for the support of or use in the [national] process of SSR, as notified in advance to the Committee established by [the Security Council to oversee the implementation of the relevant sanctions regime], except for those arms and related lethal materiel which are set out in the Annex of this resolution, which require the advance approval of the Committee established [the Security Council to oversee the implementation of the relevant sanctions regime]

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Decides that the measures imposed by [paragraph of previous resolution imposing travel ban on individuals and entities listed by the relevant Security Council sanctions Committee] shall not apply as per the criteria set out in [paragraph of previous resolution providing for the possibility for the relevant Security Council sanctions Committee to authorize listed individuals to travel by way of exception, on a case by case basis, inter alia when it determines that the travel is for the purpose of participating in efforts to bring to justice perpetrators of grave violations of human rights or international humanitarian law]

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Decides that the measures referred to in [paragraph of the resolution providing for individual targeted measures] shall apply to the following individuals, and, as appropriate, entities, as designated by the Committee: (b) Political and military leaders of foreign armed groups operating in [affected country] who impede the disarmament and the voluntary repatriation or resettlement of combatants belonging to those groups; (c) Political and military leaders of [national] militias, including those receiving support from outside [affected country], who impede the participation of their combatants in disarmament, demobilization and reintegration processes; ... (h) Individuals or entities acting on behalf of or at the direction of a designated individual or entity, or acting on behalf of or at the direction of an entity owned or controlled by a designated individual or entity; ... (j) Individuals or entities providing financial, material, or technological support for, or goods or services to, or in support of a designated individual or entity

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