UN Documents for Yemen: Sanctions Committee Documents

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31 March 2020 S/2020/260 This was a letter of the Secretary-General appointing the Yemen Panel of Experts.
27 January 2020 S/2020/70 This was a final report of the Yemen Panel of Experts.
19 December 2019 S/2019/969 This was the annual report of the 2140 Committee.
25 January 2019 S/2019/83 This was the final report of the Panel of Experts on Yemen.
25 January 2019 SC/13679 This was a press release on the 18 January meeting of the 2140 Committee to consider the Yemen Panel of Expert’s final report.
17 December 2018 S/2018/1125 This was the report of the 2140 Yemen Sanctions Committee.
11 October 2018 SC/13536 The 2140 Yemen Sanctions Committee issued a press release that condemned attacks on commercial vessels described in the 9 July case-study of the Yemen Panel of Expert as perpetrated by the Houthis.
25 July 2018 S/2018/740* This was a letter, reissued for technical reasons, announcing the appointment of the new armed groups expert for the Yemen Panel of experts
5 April 2018 S/2018/305 This was a letter from the Secretary-General to the Security Council announcing the reappointment of Ahmed Himmiche as the Coordinator and finance expert of the Yemen Panel of Experts.
27 March 2018 S/2018/272 This was a letter from the Secretary-General to the Security Council announcing the appointment of the regional, international humanitarian law, and arms experts to the Yemen Panel of Experts.
26 January 2018 S/2018/68 This was the final report of the Yemen Panel of Experts.
11 January 2017 S/2017/81 This was the Panel of Experts' final report.
22 February 2016 S/2016/73 This was the final report of the Yemen Panel of Experts.
19 October 2015 SC/12085 This was a press release on the 2140 Yemen Sanctions Committee meeting to discuss the findings of the Panel of Experts on financial sanctions and international humanitarian law issues.
27 August 2015 SC/12026 The 2140 Yemen Sanctions Committee was briefed by the Regional Humanitarian Coordinator for the Yemen Crisis, Amer Daoudi, on the establishment of a verification and inspection mechanism to increase the flow of commercial goods to Yemen.