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Profile: Mohammed Al-Douri


Positions that Mohammed Al-Douri has held:

  • Iraqi Ambassador to the UN




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Mohammed Al-Douri actively participated in the following events:


November 13, 2002      Complete Iraq timeline

       Iraqi Ambassador to the UN Mohammed Al-Douri delivers a 9-page letter from Baghdad to UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan's office agreeing to comply with UN Resolution 1441—without conditions. According to the ambassador, “The letter says that Iraq accepts the resolution, and accepts the return of inspectors. There are no conditions, no reservations. We explained in the letter the whole Iraqi position saying that Iraq ... has not and will not have any mass destruction weapons, so we are not worried about the inspectors when they will be back.” [Associated Press, 11/13/02; Associated Press, 11/13/02b; Times, 11/14/2002]
People and organizations involved: Mohammed Al-Douri

February 21, 2003      Complete Iraq timeline

       Chief UN weapons inspector Hans Blix informs Iraq in a letter delivered to UN ambassador Mohammed Al-Douri that it must begin destroying its Al Samoud 2 missiles and all “associated equipment” by March 1. [Cox News Service, 2/24/03; CNN, 2/24/03; Associated Press, 2/22/03]
People and organizations involved: Mohammed Al-Douri, Hans Blix

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