May 2006 Monthly Forecast

Posted 27 April 2006
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Notable Dates

March 2006

Reports Due

Relevant Document

by 28 February

SG regular report on BONUCA (UN  Peacebuilding Support Office in the Central African Republic)

S/PRST/2001/25

April 2006

Reports Due

Relevant Document

early April

SG report on UNOCI (UN Operation in Côte d’Ivoire) (quarterly)

S/RES/1603

by 24 April

SG options for a UN operation in Darfur

S/RES/1663

by 24 April

SG recommendations on how to effectively address civilian protection in the Great Lakes Region, in particular the problem of the LRA

S/RES/1663
S/RES/1653

by 28 April

1540 Committee (Terrorism & WMD) report

S/RES/1540

by 30 April

SG report on Darfur (monthly)

S/RES/1590

by 30 April

SG report on MONUC (UN Organization Mission in the DRC) (quarterly)

S/RES/1635

by 30 April

SG report on DDR in the DRC (delayed from 15 March)

S/RES/1649

by 30 April

SG report on UNIOSIL (UN Integrated Office for Sierra Leone) (quarterly)

S/RES/1620

by 30 April

SG report on UNMIK (UN Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo) 

S/RES/1244

by 30 April

SG report on MINUSTAH (UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti) (quarterly)

S/RES/1608

by late April

SG semi-annual report on resolution 1559 (Lebanon)

S/RES/1559

April 2006

Mandates Expire

 

15 April

UNMEE (UN Mission in Ethiopia and Eritrea)

S/RES/1661

28 April

1540 Committee

S/RES/1540

30 April

MINURSO (UN Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara) 

S/RES/1634

April 2006 Other Important Dates
3-4 April 

Timor-Leste and Development Partners meeting in Dili

5 April 

Serbia talks with EU

21 April 

The second round of parliamentary elections is expected in Haiti (delayed from 19 March); results to be announced by 28 April.

28 April

Meeting of the Ethiopia-Eritrea Boundary Commission

late April 

AMIS (AU Mission in Sudan) possible pledging conference

Also expected:

  • Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Vice-President Farouq al-Shara have agreed to be interviewed by UNIIIC.
  • UN assessment team is expected to visit Darfur.
  • Morocco is expected to present a plan for greater autonomy of the Western Sahara to the UN.
  • IAEA experts will report back to the IAEA in early April regarding their expected visit to the Natanz site in Iran in late March.

Full forecast

 

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