UN Documents for Security Council Working Methods: Security Council Letters

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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.
27 March 1996 S/1996/224 This was a letter from the Permanent Representative of Chile to the president of the Security Council regarding the participation of TCCs in the Security Council.
11 December 1995 S/1995/1025 This was a letter co-signed by 32 member states asking the president of the Security Council to call a formal meeting to examine the issue of consultations between the Council and the troop-contributing countries.
2 June 1995 S/1995/456 This was a letter from the Permanent Representative from Argentina to the president of the Security Council proposing that the Working Group evaluate the nomenclature of Council documents.
6 December 1994 S/1994/1384 This was the letter from the Permanent Representative of Brazil to the Secretary-General contributing additional suggestions for the open debate on working methods.
18 November 1994 S/1994/1313 This was the letter from the Permanent Representative of New Zealand to the President of the Security Council contributing additional suggestions for the open debate on working methods.
9 November 1994 S/1994/1279 This was a letter from the Permanent Representative of France to the Secretary-General containing an aide-memoire that, inter alia, proposed orientation debates.
15 September 1994 S/1994/1063 This was a letter from Argentina and New Zealand to the president of the Security Council requesting an open meeting to consider various procedural issues, including participation.