UN Documents for Mali

Selected Security Council Resolutions View All
30 August 2021 S/RES/2590 This resolution renewed the Mali sanctions regime until 31 August 2022 and the mandate of the Mali Panel of Experts until 30 September 2022.
29 June 2021 S/RES/2584 This resolution renewed the mandate of MINUSMA until 30 June 2022.
31 August 2020 S/RES/2541 This renewed the Mali sanctions regime for one year.
Selected Security Council Presidential Statements View All
15 October 2020 S/PRST/2020/10 This presidential statement welcomed the new transitional arrangements in Mali following the 18 August coup d’état and outlined expectations of the way forward.
3 April 2019 S/PRST/2019/2 This encouraged the Malian parties to adopt a revised roadmap.
3 November 2016 S/PRST/2016/16 This was a presidential statement that strongly condemned repeated ceasefire violations in Mali over the last few months and urged the parties to expeditiously carry out all their commitments under the 2015 Agreement on Peace and Reconciliation.
Selected Secretary-General's Reports View All
4 January 2022 S/2021/1117 This was a Secretary-General's report on Mali.
1 October 2021 S/2021/844 This was a report on Mali and the activities of MINUSMA.
16 July 2021 S/2021/657 This Secretary-General's report recommended increasing MINUSMA’s force ceiling by 2,069 uniformed personnel.
Selected Sanctions Committee Documents View All
6 August 2021 S/2021/714 This was the final report of the Mali Panel of Experts.
17 February 2021 S/2021/151 This was the mid-term report of the Mali Panel of Experts.
13 August 2020 S/2020/785 This was the final report on the Mali Panel of Experts.
Selected Security Council Letters View All
4 January 2022 S/2022/8 This was a letter from the Secretary-General on MINUSMA’s operations, performance, and implementation of the integrated strategic framework for Mali
5 November 2021 S/2021/942 This was a letter from the Secretary-General expressing his intention to appoint Major General Cornelis Johannes Matthijssen (Netherlands) as Force Commander of MINUSMA.
22 October 2021 S/2021/917 This letter contained the terms of reference for the 23-25 October 2021 Council visiting mission to Mali and Niger.
Selected Security Council Meeting Records View All
29 October 2021 S/PV.8892 This was a briefing on the Security Council visiting mission to Mali and Niger from 23 to 25 October 2021.
29 October 2021 S/PV.8893 This was a briefing on Mali.
29 June 2021 S/PV.8809 This contained explanations of vote by Niger (on behalf of the "A3 plus 1"), the US, India, the UK and China at the adoption of the MINUSMA mandate renewal.
Selected Security Council Press Statements View All
8 December 2021 SC/14727 This press statement condemned in the strongest terms a series of recent attacks against MINUSMA following an attack on 7 December 2021 that killed seven peacekeepers from Togo and one MINUSMA contractor from Mali.
6 December 2021 SC/14720 This press statement condemned in the strongest terms the terrorist attack perpetrated near Songho, Bandiagara region, in Central Mali on 3 December 2021, in which more than 30 civilians, including women and children, were killed and others injured.
4 November 2021 SC/14687 This was a press statement on the Security Council visiting mission from 23 to 25 October 2021 to Mali and Niger.
Selected Human Rights Council Documents View All
15 January 2020 A/HRC/43/76 This was a report of the Independent Expert on the situation of human rights in Mali, covering the period from 1 April to 20 November 2019.
23 March 2018 A/HRC/RES/37/39 This was a resolution extending the mandate of the independent expert on the situation of human rights in Mali for one year.
2 February 2018 A/HRC/37/78 This was the latest report from the independent expert on the situation of human rights in Mali, presented at the 37th session of the Human Rights Council.
Selected Working Group on Children and Armed Conflict Documents View All
4 May 2018 S/AC.51/2018/1 This was the conclusions on children and armed conflict in Mali adopted by the Working Group on Children and Armed Conflict.