UN Documents for Piracy: Security Council Meeting Records

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5 February 2019 S/PV.8457 This was a Council debate on transnational organised crime at sea.
6 November 2018 S/PV.8391 This was the meeting during which resolution 2442 was adopted.
7 November 2017 S/PV.8088 This was the meeting at which the Council adopted resolution 2382, renewing counter-piracy measures off the coast of Somalia.
22 October 2014 S/PV.7284 Was a briefing on piracy in Somalia.
18 November 2013 S/PV.7061 This meeting concerned the reauthorisation of anti-piracy measures.
14 August 2013 S/PV.7016 The Council issued a presidential statement regarding piracy in the Gulf of Guinea.
21 November 2012 S/PV.6867 Following the adoption of resolution 2077, which renewed the Somali anti-piracy authorisations, South Africa and Togo called for a more thorough investigation of allegations of illegal fishing and dumping of toxic waste in the waters off the coast of Somalia.
19 November 2012 S/PV.6865 Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson briefed at the Council's first open debate on piracy as a threat to international peace and security. The debate was held at the initiative of India as Council president in November 2012. In addition to Council members, the EU and 28 UN member states spoke.
22 February 2012 S/PV.6719 This was a briefing on piracy by the Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs.
21 June 2011 S/PV.6560 This meeting was on a Secretary-General’s report on specialised Somali anti-piracy courts.
25 January 2011 S/PV.6473 This was a briefing by the Secretary-General’s Special Adviser on Legal Issues related to Piracy off the Coast of Somalia Jack Lang.
9 November 2010 S/PV.6417 This was a meeting on piracy.
25 August 2010 S/PV.6374 This was a debate on Somali piracy.
16 December 2008 S/PV.6046 This was an open debate on Somali piracy.