UN Documents for South Sudan: Security Council Letters

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22 June 2022 S/2022/508 This was a letter on the appointment of the Panel of Experts.
20 January 2022 S/2022/42 This was on the appointment of the Panel of Experts.
15 July 2021 S/2021/661 This was a letter from the Secretary-General transmitting the needs assessment to create an enabling environment for elections, requested in resolution 2567.
28 May 2021 S/2021/518 This was the voting results for resolution 2577, including explanations of vote.
5 March 2021 S/2021/219 This was a compilation of the briefings and statements from Council members’ 3 March 2021 videoconference on South Sudan.
22 February 2021 S/2021/166 This was the summary of the IEG’s 2 February 2021 meeting on South Sudan.
6 January 2021 S/2021/49 This was on the appointment of Nicholas Haysom (South Africa) as Special Representative for South Sudan and head of UNMISS.
16 December 2020 S/2020/1277 This was a letter that requested the Secretary-General to provide recommendations for benchmarks to assess the arms embargo measures.
15 December 2020 S/2020/1224 This letter transmitted the independent strategic review of UNMISS.
15 December 2020 S/2020/1237 This was a compilation of the briefings and statements from Council members’ 15 December 2020 VTC on South Sudan.
16 September 2020 S/2020/914 This was a compilation of the briefings and statements from Council members’ VTC on South Sudan.
25 June 2020 S/2020/582 This was a compilation of the briefings and statements from Council members’ VTC on South Sudan on 23 June.
11 March 2019 S/2019/232 This was the summary of the 28 February meeting on South Sudan held by the IEG on women, peace and security.
8 March 2019 S/2019/227 This was the appointment of the Special Envoy for the Horn of Africa.
4 February 2019 S/2019/110 This letter transmits a communiqué of the AU Peace and Security Council expressing support for the review of the composition and the mandate of the regional protection force for South Sudan.