Ukraine

  • October 2022

    Ukraine

    Monthly Forecast

    In October, the Security Council may hold one or more meetings on the situation in Ukraine, depending on developments on the ground.

  • This afternoon (30 September), the Security Council is expected to vote on a draft resolution titled “Illegal So-Called Referenda in Ukraine”. The draft text in blue condemns Russia’s referendums held in its occupied territories in Ukraine from 23 to 27...

  • 26 September 2022

    Ukraine: Briefing

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    Tomorrow afternoon (27 September), the Security Council will convene for an open briefing on the situation in Ukraine. Albania and the US requested the meeting following a letter sent by Ukraine to the president of the Security Council. Ukraine’s letter...

  • 21 September 2022

    Ukraine: High-Level Briefing

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    Tomorrow morning (22 September), the Security Council will convene for a ministerial-level briefing on Ukraine. The meeting, titled “The fight against impunity in Ukraine”, is a signature event of France’s Council presidency. French Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs Catherine...

  • 7 September 2022

    Ukraine: Briefing

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    This afternoon (7 September), the Security Council will convene for an open briefing on the situation in Ukraine. The expected briefers are Under-Secretary-General for Political and Peacebuilding Affairs Rosemary DiCarlo, Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights and head of the UN...

  • This afternoon (6 September), the Security Council will hold an open briefing on the situation in Ukraine under the agenda item “threats to international peace and security”. The meeting, which was requested by Russia, is expected to focus on the...

  • September 2022

    Ukraine

    Monthly Forecast

    In September, the Security Council is expected to hold a high-level briefing on the situation in Ukraine. Additional meetings on Ukraine are possible, depending on developments on the ground.

  • 23 August 2022

    Ukraine Briefing*

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    Tomorrow morning (24 August), the Security Council will convene for an open briefing on the situation in Ukraine. The meeting, which was requested by Albania, France, Ireland, Norway, the UK, and the US, will mark six months since the outbreak of...

  • 11 August 2022

    Ukraine: Briefing on Zaporizhzhia

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    This afternoon (11 August), the Security Council will hold an open briefing on the situation in Ukraine under the agenda item “threats to international peace and security”. The meeting, which was requested by Russia, is expected to focus on recent...

  • August 2022

    Ukraine

    Monthly Forecast

    In August, the Security Council may hold one or more meetings on the situation in Ukraine, depending on developments on the ground.

  • 28 July 2022

    Ukraine Briefing

    What's in Blue

    Tomorrow morning (29 July), the Security Council will convene for an open briefing on the situation in Ukraine. Under-Secretary-General for Political and Peacebuilding Affairs Rosemary DiCarlo is expected to brief. Ukraine will participate under rule 37 of the Council’s provisional...

  • 14 July 2022

    Ukraine: Arria-formula Meeting

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    Tomorrow (15 July) at 3 pm EST, there will be a Security Council Arria-formula meeting on “The destruction of cultural heritage as a consequence of the Russian aggression against Ukraine”. The meeting—which was initiated by Albania and Poland, in cooperation...

  • 8 July 2022

    Ukraine: Arria-formula Meeting

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    On Monday (11 July) at 3 pm EST, Russia will convene an Arria-formula meeting titled “Neo-Nazism and radical nationalism: exploring root causes of the crisis in Ukraine”. At the time of writing, the briefers had yet to be announced. The...

  • July 2022

    Ukraine

    Monthly Forecast

    In July, the Security Council is expected to hold a private meeting on the situation in Ukraine. The meeting will focus on the ongoing efforts to negotiate an agreement to allow the safe and secure export of Ukrainian food through the Black Sea and unimpeded access of Russian food and fertilisers to global markets. Additional meetings on Ukraine are possible, depending on developments on the ground.

  • Tomorrow morning (21 June), the Security Council will hold a briefing on the situation in Ukraine. The focus of the meeting, which was called by Albania, will be on “Incitement to violence leading to atrocity crimes”. Special Advisor of the...