UN Documents for Somalia:  Sanctions Committee Documents

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5 September 2014 S/2014/655 This letter transmitted the report of the Emergency Relief Coordinator.
31 December 2013 S/2013/791 This was the report of the 751/1907 Security Council Committee containing an account of the Committee’s activities during the period from 1 January to 31 December 2013.
24 July 2013 S/2013/440 This letter transmitted the Eritrea report of the Monitoring Group.
12 July 2013 S/2013/415 This letter transmitted the report of the Emergency Relief Coordinator.
12 July 2013 S/2013/413 This letter transmitted the report of the Monitoring Group on Somalia.
31 December 2012 S/2012/976 This was a report of the 751/1907 Committee on its activities during the period from 1 January to 31 December 2012.
19 November 2012 S/2012/856 This letter contained the report of the UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Somalia.
13 July 2012 S/2012/546 This letter contained the report of the UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator for Somalia.
11 July 2012 S/2012/545 This letter contained the final report on Eritrea of the Monitoring Group on Somalia and Eritrea.
27 June 2012 S/2012/544 This was the final report on Somalia of the Monitoring Group assisting the 751/1907 Somalia and Eritrea Sanctions Committee.
4 January 2012 S/2012/7 This letter from the Chair of the Sanctions Committee contained its 2011 annual report to the Council.
15 November 2011 S/2011/720 This letter informed the Council about the replacement of the humanitarian expert serving on the Monitoring Group for Somalia and Eritrea.
10 November 2011 S/2011/694 This letter contained the report of the Humanitarian Coordinator for Somalia requested by resolution 1972.
8 September 2011 S/2011/560 This letter informed the Council of the appointment of the eighth member of the Monitoring Group for Somalia and Eritrea.
1 August 2011 S/AC.29/2011/1 This note from the chair of the Sanctions Committee transmitted a letter from the coordinator of the sanctions Monitoring Group, Matt Bryden.