UN Documents for Afghanistan: Secretary-General's Reports

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15 March 2007 S/2007/152 This report is on the situation in Afghanistan and its implications for international peace and security since 11 September 2006.
11 September 2006 S/2006/727 This was the report noting the upsurge in violence, in particular in the south, south-east and east of the country.
7 March 2006 S/2006/145 This report proposed the extension of the UNAMA mandate, and the expansion of the mandate to include the provision of strategic and political advice for the on-going peace process.
12 August 2005 S/2005/525 This report noted that the political bench-marks outlined in the Bonn Agreement were about to be met with the conclusion of parliamentary and provincial elections. In other areas, institution building, DDR, economic growth and security, however, the benchmarks were yet to be met. The demobilisation and disarmament portion of DDR programs concluded, and efforts continued to reintegrate the remaining former fighters.
18 March 2005 S/2005/183 This report noted the continued need for UNAMA's presence and international military forces and recommended an extension of 12 months.
26 November 2004 S/2004/925 This was the report of UNAMA's involvement in Afghanistan which highlighted two key achievements in the preceding year: the approval of the new constitution and the successful presidential election, but notes challenges posed by DDR, security sector reform and counter-narcotics activities.
12 August 2004 S/2004/634 This report noted the postponement of parliamentary elections until April 2005 and noted the difficulties in creating the tools of governance necessary.
19 March 2004 S/2004/230 This report described the path ahead following the successful adoption of the constitution and highlighted the problems caused by lack of security. The Secretary-General recommended the extension of UNAMA's mandate for an additional year.
30 December 2003 S/2003/1212 This report noted the beginning of several potentially divisive initiatives, including DDR, and the pilot phase of electoral registration. Security concerns were highlighted.
29 July 2003 S/2003/754/Corr.1 This was the correction of the report which identified a deteriorating security situation as the main challenge to the Afghan peace process and reconstruction efforts.
23 July 2003 S/2003/754 This report identified a deteriorating security situation as the main challenge to the Afghan peace process and reconstruction efforts, and emphasised the difficult human rights situation across the country.
18 March 2003 S/2003/333 This report emphasised achievements in reconstruction efforts, and consolidation of government authority by the Afghan Transitional Authority. The Secretary-General recommended extending UNAMA's mandate for a further year and expanding it to include an electoral section.
21 October 2002 S/2002/1173 This report described the ongoing work of the Afghan Transitional Authority, and gave an update on the commissions mandated by the Bonn Agreement: civil service, constitutional, human rights and judicial.
11 July 2002 S/2002/737 This report described the successful holding of the Emergency Loya Jirga which resulted in the election of a Head of State, Hamid Karzai, and the approval of structures and appointments of the Afghan Transitional Authority.
18 March 2002 S/2002/278 This report contained recommendations for UNAMA's structure.