UN Documents for Kosovo: Security Council Meeting Records

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21 April 2008 S/PV.5871 This was a closed meeting in which Council members, Joachim Rücker (the Special Representative of the Secretary-General and head of UN Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK)), Boris Tadić (President of Serbia) and Hasim Thaci of Kosovo discussed UNMIK.
18 February 2008 S/PV.5839 This was the open meeting following Kosovo’s independence declaration with Prime Minister Boris Tadic of Serbia participating.
16 January 2008 S/PV.5822 This was a closed meeting with President Tadic, Hashim Thaci of Kosovo and Joachim Rucker, Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of UNMIK.
16 January 2008 S/PV.5821 These were consultations on UNMIK.
13 September 2006 S/PV.5522 This was a briefing by Joachim Rucker, expressing concern over the situation in northern Kosovo and highly publicised security incidents.
20 June 2006 S/PV.5470 This was a briefing by Søren Jessen-Petersen.
14 February 2006 S/PV.5373 This was a briefing by Søren Jessen-Petersen in which he emphasised that the international community's focus must remain on helping to build a democratic, multi-ethnic, inclusive and tolerant society in Kosovo.
24 October 2005 S/PV.5290 The Council agreed that it was time to move on to the next phase of the political process: the question of status.
27 May 2005 S/PV.5188 This was a briefing by Søren Jessen-Petersen, Provisional Institutions of Self-Government and Head of UNMIK, emphasised the progress in Kosovo towards the standards, but noted that participation by minorities was still low.
24 February 2005 S/PV.5130 This was a briefing by Søren Jessen-Peterson noted the past three months had been marked by a positive trend. Council members remarked on the need for more progress in areas of the protection of minorities, freedom of movement, establishment of the rule of law, return of refugees and combating organised crime.
29 November 2004 S/PV.5089 This was a briefing by Søren Jessen-Peterson noted that peaceful elections had been held in October, but appealed to maintain current level of NATO forces.
5 August 2004 S/PV.5017 This was a briefing by Hedi Annabi, Assistant Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations, claimed "uphill challenge" for Kosovo.
11 May 2004 S/PV.4967 This was a briefing by Harri Holkeri, Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of the UNMIK, said the March violence was a serious setback to the mission's efforts and had shaken UNMIK "to its foundations."
6 February 2004 S/PV.4910 This was a briefing by Harri Holkeri, emphasised that the "standards before status" policy was the "core political project" for UNMIK.
17 December 2003 S/PV.4886 This was a briefing by Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations Jean-Marie Guéhenno launched the "standards before status" policy.