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Recalls that the Council has adopted and can consider to adopt sanction measures, where appropriate and in line with existing practice, that can be applied to individuals or entities obstructing the delivery of humanitarian assistance, or access to, or distribution of, humanitarian assistance;

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... underlining that [impediments to humanitarian access in area of affected country resulting from insecurity and violence, as well as continued attacks against humanitarian actors and assets] could be the basis for designation pursuant to [paragraph of Security Council resolution providing for criteria for designation of individuals and entities by relevant Security Council sanctions Committee, triggering imposition of sanctions under Security Council sanctions regime applicable in relation to the situation in affected country], ...

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[op. 8] Reaffirms that the provisions of [paragraph of Security Council resolution establishing travel ban in relation to the situation in affected country] apply to individuals, and that the provisions of [paragraph of Security Council resolution establishing financial and economic sanctions in relation to the situation in affected country] apply to individuals and entities, as designated for such measures 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], as responsible for or complicit in, or having engaged in, directly or indirectly, actions or policies that threaten the peace, security or stability of [affected country]; [op. 9] Underscores that such actions or policies as described in paragraph 8 above may include, but are not limited to: ... (f) The obstruction of the activities of ... humanitarian missions in [affected country], including the ... or of the delivery or distribution of, or access to, humanitarian assistance; (g) Attacks against ... humanitarian personnel; or (h) Acting for or on behalf of, directly or indirectly, an individual or entity designated by the Committee; [op. 15] ... expresses its intent to impose any sanctions that may be appropriate to respond to the situation, which may include an arms embargo and the designation of senior individuals responsible for actions or policies that threaten the peace, security or stability of [affected country], including by impeding the implementation of [peace agreement], or by failing to take effective and comprehensive steps to cause forces under direct or indirect control ... to enable full access for humanitarian assistance;

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... underscores that acts that threaten the peace, security, or stability of [affected country and can therefore trigger inclusion on the relevant Security Council sanctions Committee sanctions list] may also include ... obstructing the delivery of humanitarian assistance to [affected country] or access to, or distribution of, humanitarian assistance in [affected country];

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Urges the Government ... to respond to the ... requests [from the Committee appointed to oversee the implementation of the relevant sanctions regime] on ... investigations conducted and accountability measures undertaken for attacks against ... humanitarian personnel; and the situation of civilian populations in [specific areas], where the Panel of Experts, [the Mission] and humanitarian agencies and personnel have been denied access, and measures taken to allow unimpeded and regular access for humanitarian relief to these areas;

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Decides that the provisions [relating to travel bans and freezing of assets and economic resources] shall apply to individuals [and] entities, designated by the [Sanctions Committee]; (c) as obstructing the delivery of humanitarian assistance to [the affected State], or access to, or distribution of, humanitarian assistance in [the affected State].

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Expresses its determination to take appropriate steps in order to ensure the safety and security of humanitarian personnel and United Nations and its associated personnel, including, inter alia, by: (b) Encouraging the Secretary-General, in accordance with his prerogatives under the Charter of the United Nations, to bring to the attention of the Security Council situations in which humanitarian assistance is denied as a consequence of violence directed against humanitarian personnel and United Nations and its associated personnel.

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