UN Security Council Letters

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13 August 2019 S/2019/654 The meeting, which was requested by Pakistan in a 13 August letter to the Security Council.
6 August 2019 S/2019/635 Identical letters from the Permanent Representative of Pakistan to the Secretary-General, the President of the General Assembly, and the President of the Security Council.
1 August 2019 S/2019/625 This was a letter from the Secretary-General to the President of the Security Council concerning UNOCA's strategic review.
1 August 2019 S/2019/623 A letter from the Chargé d’affaires a.i. of the Permanent Mission of Pakistan to the Secretary-General
27 June 2019 S/2019/541 This was an OPCW report on progress in the elimination of Syria’s chemical weapons programme.
27 June 2019 S/2019/540 This was the concept note for a briefing on "Strengthening partnerships for successful nationally-owned transitions".
27 June 2019 S/2019/538 This was a concept note that was circulated ahead of a meeting on improving triangular cooperation between the Council, the Secretariat, and troop- and police-contributing countries.
17 June 2019 S/2019/517 This was a letter transmitting a decree of the Transitional Military Council by which it was decided to use the team sites of UNAMID for civilian purposes, mainly for health and education.
14 June 2019 S/2019/494 This was a letter from Iran rejecting claims by Saudi Arabia's 13 June letter of backing the Houthis following attack on Abha International Airport.
13 June 2019 S/2019/489 This was a letter from Saudi Arabia on a Houthi 12 June attack against Abha International Airport.
10 June 2019 S/2019/485 This was from the Secretary-General, containing a review of UNMHA.
31 May 2019 S/2019/455 This was the concept note for the Council briefing on cooperation with the League of Arab States.
31 May 2019 S/2019/456 This was the concept note for the briefing on “Conflict prevention and mediation”.
30 May 2019 S/2019/449 This was a letter from Russia and China to the President of the Security Council stating the “Human Rights Council is a subsidiary organ of the General Assembly and as such is not authorized to interact with the Security Council.”
30 May 2019 S/2019/447 This was an OPCW report on progress in the elimination of Syria’s chemical weapons programme.