UN Documents for Syria: Security Council Meeting Records

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20 June 2022 S/PV.9068 This was a briefing on the humanitarian situation in Syria. 
20 May 2022 S/PV.9038 This was a meeting on the humanitarian situation in Syria.
10 March 2022 S/PV.8990 This was a meeting on the chemical weapons track in Syria.
25 February 2022 S/PV.8978 This was a meeting on the political and humanitarian situations in Syria.
26 January 2022 S/PV.8955 This was a briefing on the political situation in Syria.
27 October 2021 S/PV.8888 This was a meeting on the humanitarian and political situations in Syria.
30 September 2021 S/PV.8861 This was a meeting on the humanitarian situation in Syria.
29 June 2021 S/PV.8785 This was a meeting on Syria chemical weapons.
25 June 2021 S/PV.8805 This was a meeting on the political situation in Syria, held on 25 June.
27 April 2021 S/2021/265 This was a letter from the president of the Security Council addressed to the Secretary-General and the permanent representatives of Council member states containing the record of the 15 March open VTC meeting on Syria’s political situation.
25 February 2021 S/2021/22 This was a letter from the president of the Security Council addressed to the Secretary-General and the permanent representatives of Council member states containing the record of the 5 January 2021 open VTC meeting on the use of chemical weapons in Syria.
28 January 2021 S/2020/1257 This was a letter from the president of the Security Council addressed to the Secretary-General and the permanent representatives of Council member states containing the record of the 16 December 2020 open VTC meeting on Syria’s political and humanitarian situation.
5 October 2020 S/PV.8764 This was a monthly briefing on the use of chemical weapons in Syria, which the Council president for October (Russia) decided to hold in public. The presidency invited José Bustani, a former director of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) to brief. The European members of the Council (Belgium, Estonia, France, Germany, and the UK) and the US objected, arguing that Bustani, who left the OPCW more than a decade before the Council began considering the Syria chemical weapons file, lacked the relevant expertise. Speaking on behalf of the six members, the UK asked the presidency to put the issue of the proposed briefer to a procedural vote.  
28 February 2020 S/PV.8738 This was a meeting on the situation in Idlib.
27 February 2020 S/PV.8734 This was a meeting on the political and humanitarian situation in Syria.