UN Documents for Middle East, including the Palestinian Question: Other

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8 December 2023 S/2023/970 This was a draft resolution proposed by the United Arab Emirates.
25 October 2023 S/2023/795 This was a draft resolution proposed by Russia.
25 October 2023 S/2023/792 This was a draft resolution proposed by the US.
25 October 2023 S/2023/795 This was a draft resolution proposed by Russia.
18 October 2023 S/2023/773 This was a draft resolution proposed by Brazil.
16 October 2023 S/2023/772 This was a draft resolution proposed by Russia.
1 June 2018 S/2018/520 This was a US draft resolution that received only one vote.
1 June 2018 S/2018/516 This was a Kuwaiti draft resolution vetoed by the US.
18 December 2017 S/2017/1060 This was a draft resolution tabled by Egypt on the status of Jerusalem that received 14 affirmative votes but was vetoed by the US.
30 December 2014 S/2014/916 version 2 This was the draft resolution on Palestine put into blue by Jordan with Argentina, Chad, Chile, China, France, Jordan, Luxembourg and Russia voting in favour; Lithuania, Nigeria, Republic of Korea, Rwanda and the UK abstaining; and the US and Australia voting against.
17 December 2014 S/2014/916 version 1 This was the draft resolution on Palestine put into blue by Jordan, on behalf of the Arab Group.
4 August 2014 S/2014/568 This was a draft resolution on Gaza put in blue by Jordan.
11 November 2011 S/2011/705 This was the Security Council’s Admissions Committee report on its activities related to Palestine’s 23 September 2011 application for UN membership.
18 February 2011 S/2011/24 This was the draft resolution on settlements vetoed by the US. The other 14 Council members voted in favour.
7 January 2009 S/2009/11 This was a draft resolution circulated by Libya demanding an immediate ceasefire in Gaza and calling for the lifting of the Israeli blockade, the immediate Israeli withdrawal from Gaza, and the deployment of an international observer force in the Gaza Strip to ensure the protection of civilians, allow for humanitarian aid and free movement of persons and goods, prevent illicit arms trafficking and promote restoration of calm.