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Resolutions

The following Resolutions, adopted by INTERPOL's General Assembly, establish a formal framework for the Organization's counter-terrorism activities.

 AG-2009-RES-15 Draft Arrangement on Co-operation between the International Criminal Police Organization-INTERPOL and the United Nations in relation to the United Nations Security Council Sanctions Committees supplementary arrangement to the Co-operation Agreement between the International Criminal Police Organization-INTERPOL and the United Nations (Singapore 2009)
 AG-2008-RES-06 Increasing the sharing of information in terrorist-related matters, using the available INTERPOL tools and the Fusion Contact Officers network (Saint Petersburg, 2008)
 AG-2006-RES-09 Home-grown terrorists – al-Qaeda linked / al-Qaeda inspired terrorism (Rio de Janeiro, 2006)
 AG-2005-RES-10 Addressing Internet activities supporting terrorism (Berlin, 2005)
 AG-2001-RES-05 Terrorist attack of 11 September 2001 (Budapest, 2001)
 AGN/68/RES/2 The financing of terrorism (Seoul, 1999)
 AGN/67/RES/12 Cairo declaration against terrorism (Cairo, 1998)
 AGN/64/RES/8 Monitoring of resolutions (Beijing, 1995)
 AGN/55/RES/3 Co-operation in terrorist cases; Guide for NCBs and specialized services (Belgrade, 1986)
 AGN/54/RES/1 International terrorism and unlawful interference with civil aviation (Washington, DC, 1985)
 AGN/53/RES/7 Application of Article 3 of the constitution (Luxembourg, 1984)
 AGN/53/RES/6 Violent crime commonly referred to as terrorism (Luxembourg, 1984)
 AGN/52/RES/9 Terrorism (Cannes, 1983)
 AGN/50/RES/2 Tagging of explosives (Nice, 1981)
 AGN/48/RES/8 Acts of violence committed by organized groups (Nairobi, 1979)
 AGN/41/RES/7 Hostages and blackmail (Frankfurt, 1972)
 AGN/20/RES/11 Requests for international enquiries (Lisbon, 1951)