UN Documents for Syria: Security Council Letters
|Security Council Letters
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|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.
|16 March 2018 S/2018/233
|This was a joint statement by the foreign ministers of Iran, Russia and Turkey.
|16 March 2018 S/2018/234
|This was a letter signed by France, Kuwait, the Netherlands, Peru, Poland, Sweden, the UK and the US expressing concern about the lack of implementation of resolution 2401.
|1 March 2018 S/2018/182
|This was the monthly report of the OPCW, which raised concerns regarding the limited cooperation of the Syrian government in addressing the gaps, inconsistencies and discrepancies identified.
|14 February 2018 S/2018/121
|This was the final statement of the conference held in Sochi.
|1 February 2018 S/2018/84
|This was a letter transmitting the OPCW report on progress in the elimination of the Syrian chemical weapons programme.
|20 January 2018 S/2018/53
|This was a letter by Turkey informing the Council of a military operation against PKK-linked terrorist organisations.
|10 January 2018 S/2018/35
|This was a letter by the US challenging Russia's criticisms of the OPCW Fact-Finding Mission and the JIM.
|27 December 2017 S/2017/1119
|This was an OPCW report on progress in the elimination of the Syrian chemical weapons programme.
|30 November 2017 S/2017/1005
|This letter transmitted an OPCW report on progress in the elimination of the Syrian chemical weapons programme.
|3 November 2017 S/2017/931
|This was a letter forwarding the OPCW's Fact-Finding Mission report concluding that sarin "was more than likely used as a chemical weapon" on 30 March in Lataminah.