UN Documents for Sanctions: Security Council Letters
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|10 June 2021 S/2021/560
|This letter contained the report submitted by the Group of Experts to the Committee established pursuant to resolution 1533 (2004) concerning the Democratic Republic
|31 December 2020 S/2020/1216
|This was to the president of the Security Council from Ambassador Sven Jürgenson (Estonia), chair of the 1518 Iraq Sanctions Committee 2020-2021, transmitting the annual report of the committee.
|31 December 2020 S/2020/1212
|This was to the president of the Security Council from Ambassador Dian Triansyah Djani (Indonesia), chair of the 1267/1989/2253 ISIL (Da’esh) and Al-Qaida Sanctions Committee 2019-2020, transmitting the annual report of the committee.
|4 December 2020 S/2020/1172
|This was the summary of the Arria-formula meeting of the Security Council on the theme “End unilateral coercive measures now”.
|21 June 2017 S/2017/534
|This was a letter from the Permanent Representative of Australia to the President of the Security Council requesting the circulation, as a document of the Security Council, of the annexed assessment of the High Level Review.
|2 February 2016 S/2016/102
|This was a concept note circulated by Venezuela for the debate titled “Working Methods of Security Council Subsidiary Organs”.
|12 June 2015 S/2015/432
|This was the Compendium of the High-level Review of UN Sanctions.
|5 November 2014 S/2014/793
|This was a concept note circulated by Australia for the briefing on sanctions.
|12 December 2007 S/2007/734
|This letter transmitted the report from a symposium organised by Greece, “Enhancing the Implementation of United Nations Security Council Sanctions”.
|18 December 2006 S/2006/997
|This was a note by the President of the Security Council transmitting a letter from the Chairman of the Informal Working Group of the Security Council on General Issues of Sanctions and enclosing the report of the Informal Working Group.
|19 May 2006 S/2006/331
|This letter transmitted the Watson White Paper, Strengthening Targeted Sanctions Through Fair and Clear Procedures.
|19 December 2003 S/2003/1197
|This letter transmitted its final report on the work of the Security Council Informal Working Group on General Issues of Sanctions for the period 2002-2003.