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In several resolutions and declarations adopted by United Nations entities, human rights bodies, including the Commission on Human Rights, increasing concerns were expressed about the negative impact of sanction, including unilateral coercive measures, on the enjoyment of human rights, particularly their negative impact on the human rights of the civilian population of targeted. The Human Rights Council has followed this trend.
These measures may result in social problems and raise humanitarian concerns in the States targeted. In addition to the UN reports and studies on UCMs, the UN General Assembly also, reacted to UCMs by adoption resolutions that would reprimand the imposition or encouragement of UCMs against other countries, including the adoption of annual resolutions on the necessity of ending Unilateral Coercive Measures against Cuba.
In the cases of the Islamic Republic of Iran, the UCMs imposed on the country contradict with the UN Security Council Resolution 2231 and the UN General Assembly Resolution 46/182 . The resolution emphasizes on the necessity of respect to sovereignty, territorial integrity and national unity of States which are violated by UCMs.
In this report we numerate the resolutions that general assembly has adopted since 1983.