UN Documents for Yemen: Security Council Meeting Records

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10 September 2021 S/PV.8854 This was the meeting record of the first briefing by the Special Envoy for Yemen, Hans Grundberg.
23 August 2021 S/PV.8840 This was a briefing on Yemen.
15 June 2021 S/PV.8797 This was the final briefing of Martin Griffiths as UN Special Envoy for Yemen.
3 June 2021 S/PV.8786 This was a briefing on the FSO Safer oil tanker.
15 September 2020 S/PV.8757 This was a briefing on Yemen.
28 July 2020 S/PV.8753 This was a briefing on Yemen with Special Envoy Martin Griffiths, USG for Humanitarian Mark Lowcock and Yemeni civil society representatives Wafa`a Alsaidy, General Coordinator for Yemen of M├ędecins du Monde, and Raja Abdullah Ahmed Almasabi of the Arab Human Rights Foundation.
12 March 2020 S/PV.8745 This was a briefing on Yemen with Special Envoy Martin Griffiths and Acting Assistant Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Ramesh Rajasingham.
25 February 2020 S/PV.8732 This was the Council adoption renewing Yemen sanctions and the explanation of vote .
18 February 2020 S/PV.8725 This was a briefing on Yemen with the Special Envoy Martins Griffiths, Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Mark Lowcock the chair of the Yemen 2140 Sanctions Committee, Ambassador Inga Rhonda King.
16 January 2020 S/PV.8704 This was a briefing on Yemen.
22 November 2019 S/PV.8672 This was a briefing on Yemen.
17 October 2019 S/PV.8642 This was a briefing on Yemen by Special Envoy Martin Griffiths and Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Mark Lowcock.
16 September 2019 S/PV.8619 This was a briefing on Yemen with Special Envoy Martin Griffiths and Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Mark Lowcock.
20 August 2019 S/PV.8598 This was a briefing on Yemen by Special Envoy Martin Griffiths, and the Assistant Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Ursula Mueller
18 July 2019 S/PV.8578 This was a briefing on Yemen by Special Envoy Martin Griffiths, Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Mark Lowcock, and Executive Director of the World Food Programme David Beasley