UN Documents for Piracy: Security Council Letters

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31 January 2019 S/2019/98 This was a concept note by Equatorial Guinea circulated ahead of a Council debate on transnational organised crime at sea.
6 April 2016 S/2016/321 This was a concept note circulated by Angola, China and Senegal on the open debate on piracy in the Gulf of Guinea.
6 November 2012 S/2012/814 A concept note circulated by India on key issues for consideration at the 19 November 2012 open debate on piracy as a threat to international peace and security.
18 January 2012 S/2012/45 The UN assessment mission on piracy in the Gulf of Guinea (7 to 24 November 2011).
9 January 2012 S/2012/21 This document transmitted a letter from the Secretary-General of IMO regarding IMO resolution A27/Res.1044 on piracy and armed robbery against ships off the coast of Somalia.
24 January 2011 S/2011/30 This was a letter transmitting Jack Lang's report to the Secretary-General.
26 August 2010 S/2010/452 This was a letter from the President of the Security Council on the appointment of Jack Lang as the Secretary-General's Special Adviser on legal issues related to piracy off the coast of Somalia.
25 August 2010 S/2010/451 This was a letter from the Secretary-General on the appointment of Jack Lang as the Secretary-General’s Special Adviser on legal issues related to piracy off the coast of Somalia.
4 February 2009 S/2009/80 This was a letter from the US informing the Council about the first meeting of the Contact Group on Piracy off the Coast of Somalia.
23 April 2008 S/2008/271 This was a letter from Spain on piracy issues.