UN Documents for Security Council Working Methods: Security Council Letters

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19 December 2002 S/2002/1387 This was a letter from Colombia to the President of the Council inviting members to participate in a special wrap-up session for leaving members.
21 February 2002 S/2002/187 This was a letter from the Permanent Representative of Mauritius to the President of the Security Council of the assessment of its January 2002 Council presidency.
10 January 2002 S/2002/46 This was a letter from the permanent representative of Mauritius to the president of the Security Council that served as the background paper for the 29-30 January 2002 ministerial-level debate on Africa.
10 October 2001 S/2001/976 This was the letter from the Permanent Representative of France to the Secretary-General of the French assessment of its September 2001 Council presidency.
27 August 2001 S/2001/822 This was a letter from Colombia to the President of the Council on the 31 August 2001 wrap-up session.
27 August 2001 S/2002/759 This was a letter from Syria to the President of the Council containing a summary of the 28 June wrap-up session on the Council's work for the month.
6 July 2001 S/2001/671 This was a Russian proposal on enhancing the activities of the Military Staff Committee.
22 June 2001 S/2001/626 This was a letter from the representative of Pakistan with proposals regarding the improvement in the Council relationship with TCCs.
30 May 2001 S/2001/535 This was a letter from the representatives of Argentina, Canada, Ghana, Jordan, the Netherlands and New Zealand with proposals regarding the improvement in the Council relationship with TCCs.
23 January 2001 S/2001/73 This was a letter containing Canada's proposal for improving cooperation between the Council and TCCs.
8 January 2001 S/2001/21 This was a letter from the Permanent Representative of Singapore promoting a debate on strengthening cooperation with TCC/PCCs.
21 August 2000 S/2005/809 This was a letter from the Secretary-General regarding a high-level Panel undertaking a thorough review of the United Nations peace and security activities.
31 July 2000 S/2000/670 This letter transmitted the assessment of the work of the Council for the month of March that year.
27 March 1998 S/1998/286 This was Costa Rica's assessment of its December 1997 presidency of the Council, containing a "Position paper on working methods of the Security Council".
22 September 1997 S/1997/730 This was a letter from the permanent representative of Argentina addressed to the president of the Security Council that served as a background paper for the 25 September 1997 ministerial-level debate on Africa.