TitleResolution 1425 (2002) / adopted by the Security Council at its 4580th meeting, on 22 July 2002
Security Council resolution 1425 (2002) [on establishment of a Panel of Experts to implement fully and strengthen the enforcement of the arms embargo in Somalia]
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Requests the Secretary-General to establish, within 1 month from the date of adoption of this resolution, in consultation with the committee established by resolution 751 (1992) of 24 Apr. 1992 (hereinafter referred to as "the Committee"), a Panel of Experts consisting of 3 members to be based in Nairobi for a period of 6 months, in order to generate independent information on violations of the arms embargo and as a step towards giving effect to and strengthening the embargo; urges all other individuals and entities contacted by the Panel of Experts to cooperate fully by providing relevant information and facilitating its investigations, including political and traditional leaders, members of the civil society and the business community, financial institutions and intermediaries, other brokering agencies, civil aviation companies and authorities, non-governmental organizations, intergovernmental organizations and international law enforcement cooperation bodies; requests the Panel of Experts to submit a final report at the end of its mandated period to the Security Council, through the Committee, for its consideration; requests the Secretary-General, in his next report due on 31 Oct. 2002, to include on: the activities undertaken to coordinate ongoing peace-building initiatives and to provide for their incremental expansion; the technical assistance and cooperation provided to enhance the administrative and judicial capacities throughout Somalia; the reporting by States to the Committee on measures they have in place to ensure the full and effective implementation of the arms embargo, in accordance with resolution 1407 (2002); decides to remain actively seized of the matter.