On 26 June, the UN Security Council Committee issued a press release concerning amendments to the listing of Adil Muhammad Mahmud Abd Al-Khaliq on the Al-Qaeda Sanctions List pursuant to Security Council Resolutions 1267 and 1989.

The amendments deleted references to the provision of electrical parts utilised in explosives, computers, GPS devices and military equipment as well as allegations that Al-Khaliq was given small arms and explosives training by Al-Qaeda in South Asia and that he fought alongside Al-Qaeda in Afghanistan. The updated listing for AlKhaliq notes that he continued raising and collecting funds for Al-Qaeda and the Taliban respectively after his release from a prison sentence in Bahrain in early 2008.

Individuals and entities on the Al-Qaeda Sanctions List are subject to the arms embargo, assets freeze and travel ban stipulated in paragraph 1 of Security Council Resolution 2161.