UN Documents for South Sudan

Selected Security Council Resolutions View All
26 May 2022 S/RES/2633 This renewed the sanctions regime for one year.
15 March 2022 S/RES/2625 This renewed the mandate of UNMISS until 15 March 2023.
28 May 2021 S/RES/2577 This resolution renewed the arms embargo until 31 May 2022.
Selected Security Council Presidential Statements View All
27 October 2021 S/PRST/2021/20 This statement requested the Secretary-General to establish an integrated electoral assistance team led by UNMISS.
8 October 2019 S/PRST/2019/11 This was a presidential statement focusing on the implementation of the R-ARCSS of 12 September 2018.
14 December 2017 S/PRST/2017/25 This was a presidential statement on the situation in South Sudan, focusing on IGAD's efforts to revitalise the peace process.
Selected Secretary-General's Reports View All
9 June 2022 S/2022/468 This was the 90-day report on South Sudan.
3 May 2022 S/2022/370 This was the assessment of progress achieved on the key benchmarks established in paragraph 2 of resolution 2577, which renewed the sanctions regime.
25 February 2022 S/2022/156 This was the 90-day report on South Sudan.
Selected Sanctions Committee Documents View All
28 April 2022 S/2022/359 This was the final report of the Panel of Experts.
14 April 2021 S/2021/365 This was the final report of the Panel of Experts.
31 March 2021 S/2021/321 This was on benchmarks to assess the arms embargo.
Selected Security Council Letters View All
22 June 2022 S/2022/508 This was a letter on the appointment of the Panel of Experts.
20 January 2022 S/2022/42 This was on the appointment of the Panel of Experts.
15 July 2021 S/2021/661 This was a letter from the Secretary-General transmitting the needs assessment to create an enabling environment for elections, requested in resolution 2567.
Selected Security Council Meeting Records View All
20 June 2022 S/PV.9067 This was a briefing on South Sudan.
7 March 2022 S/PV.8987 This was a briefing on South Sudan.
15 December 2021 S/PV.8931 This was a briefing on South Sudan.
Selected Security Council Press Statements View All
13 July 2020 SC/14248 This was a press statement welcoming developments in South Sudan’s peace process, including the agreement between the parties to the Revitalised Agreement on the allocation of states’ leadership positions and announcement of governors.
4 March 2020 SC/14137 This was a press statement that welcomed the formation of a Revitalised Transitional Government of National Unity.
22 November 2019 SC/14033 This was a press statement on the 100-day extension of the pre-transitional period under the R-ARCSS.
Selected General Assembly Documents View All
14 July 2011 A/RES/65/308 This resolution admitted South Sudan as a member of the UN.
Selected Human Rights Council Documents View All
21 March 2022 A/HRC/49/CRP.4 This was conference room paper of the Commission on Human Rights in South Sudan on conflict-related sexual violence.
24 March 2021 A/HRC/RES/46/23 This was a resolution of the HRC that decided to extend the mandate of the Commission on Human Rights in South Sudan for one year.
4 February 2021 A/HRC/46/53 This was the report of the Commission on South Sudan.
Selected Working Group on Children and Armed Conflict Documents View All
12 March 2021 S/AC.51/2021/1 These were the conclusions on the Secretary-General’s report on children and armed conflict in South Sudan, which covers the period from 1 July 2018 to 30 June 2020.
31 December 2018 S/2019/92 This is a letter from the Chair of the Working Group to the Secretary-General on the conclusions of the Secretary-General’s report on children and armed conflict in South Sudan.
18 December 2018 S/AC.51/2018/3 This was the Working Group on Children and Armed Conflict's conclusions on children and armed conflict in South Sudan.
Selected Other Documents View All
23 December 2016 S/2016/1085 This was the draft resolution on an arms embargo and targeted sanctions that failed to receive the necessary support to be adopted. It received seven affirmative votes (France, New Zealand, Spain, Ukraine, Uruguay, the UK and the US) and eight abstentions (Angola, China, Egypt, Japan, Malaysia, Russia, Senegal, and Venezuela).