UN Documents for Bosnia & Herzegovina: Security Council Meeting Records

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5 November 2019 S/PV.8658 This was the Council's semi-annual debate on Bosnia and Herzegovina.
8 May 2019 S/PV.8522 This was the Council's biannual debate on Bosnia and Herzegovina.
6 November 2018 S/PV.8392 This was the meeting at which the Council adopted resolution 2443, renewing the authorisation of EUFOR ALTHEA for an additional year.
8 May 2018 S/PV.8248 This was the semi-annual debate on Bosnia and Herzegovina.
7 November 2017 S/PV.8089 This was the meeting at which the Council adopted resolution 2384, renewing the authorisation of EUFOR ALTHEA for an additional year.
18 May 2017 S/PV.7943 The High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina, Valentin Inzko, briefed the Council on his latest six-month report on the implementation of the peace agreement (S/2017/379), expressing concern about the lack of progress in addressing the need for real reforms.
8 November 2016 S/PV.7803 This was the semi-annual debate on Bosnia and Herzegovina.
5 May 2016 S/PV.7688 This was the biannual debate on Bosnia and Herzegovina.
10 November 2015 S/PV.7555 This was the debate on the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
8 July 2015 S/PV.7481 This was a briefing by Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson and High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Al Hussein on the 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide. The Council voted on a draft resolution to commemorate the anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide, but it was vetoed by Russia and Angola. China, Nigeria and Venezuela abstained.
12 May 2015 S/PV.7440 This was the semi-annual debate on Bosnia and Herzegovina.
11 November 2014 S/PV.7308 This was the semi-annual debate on Bosnia and Herzegovina.
11 November 2014 S/PV.7307 This was the vote renewing the authorisation of EUFOR ALTHEA and Russia's explanation of vote.
15 May 2014 S/PV.7176 This was meeting record of the latest debate on Bosnia and Herzegovina.
12 November 2013 S/PV.7057 This was a meeting record where Valentin Inzko, the High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina, briefed the Council prior to its debate of his report.