UN Documents for Syria: Security Council Letters

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10 September 2018 S/2018/828 This letter conveyed a joint statement by the Astana guarantors after a 7 September high-level meeting in Tehran.
28 August 2018 S/2018/804 This was the monthly report of the OPCW.
27 July 2018 S/2018/745 This was a letter transmitting the OPCW report on progress in the elimination of the Syrian chemical weapons programme.
23 July 2018 S/2018/732 Included a report of the OPCW fact-finding mission in Syria regarding the incidents in Al-Hamadaniyah on 30 October 2016 and in Karm Al-Tarrab on 13 November 2016 and an interim report regarding the Douma 7 April 2018 incident.
12 July 2018 S/2018/700 This was a letter from Germany and Turkey, along with 38 other member states, regarding Syria's Law Number 10.
27 June 2018 S/2018/644 This was a letter transmitting the OPCW report on progress in the elimination of the Syrian chemical weapons programme.
19 June 2018 S/2018/620 This was a letter containing a report of the Fact-Finding Mission of the OPCW determining that sarin was very likely used as a chemical weapon in the south of Lataminah on 24 March 2017, and that chlorine was very likely used as a chemical weapon at the Lataminah Hospital and the surrounding area the next day.
1 June 2018 S/2018/523 This was an OPCW report on progress in the elimination of the Syrian chemical weapons programme.
17 May 2018 S/2018/478 This was a report of the Fact-Finding Mission of the OPCW determining that chlorine was likely used as a chemical weapon on 4 February 2018 in Saraqib.
14 May 2018 S/2018/459 This was a letter from the Permanent Representative of Iran regarding the military escalation with Israel.
10 May 2018 S/2018/447 This was a letter from Syria condemning Israel's "aggression".
10 May 2018 S/2018/443 This was a letter from the Permanent Representative of Israel justifying the attack against Iranian military targets in Syria.
1 May 2018 S/2018/408 This was an OPCW report on the progress in the elimination of the Syrian chemical weapons programme.
11 April 2018 S/2018/333 This was a letter from the Secretary-General to the president of the Security Council expressing disappointment that the Council was unable to agree upon a dedicated mechanism to attribute responsibility for the use of chemical weapons in Syria.
28 March 2018 S/2018/283 This was the OPCW report on progress in the elimination of the Syrian chemical weapons programme.