The U.L.U. will lift travel restrictions in England and Wales following the U.N. Security Council’s unanimous vote on Monday, officials said.
The move could be the biggest victory for British airlines in decades.
But there was opposition from some British lawmakers, who argued that it was unfair to punish the country that has been on the front lines of the global response to the Paris attacks, which killed 129 people.
Laws passed on Friday in the House and the Senate with a simple majority.
A final vote was expected to be held in the days to come.
The changes will apply to the U, U. K. and U. C.
L in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The Security Council also approved a United Nations plan to deploy 1,000 U.n. peacekeepers to the streets of Damascus, a proposal that would require a Security Council resolution.