UN Documents for Security Council Working Methods: Security Council Meeting Records

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30 November 2001 S/PV.4432 This was the public meeting of a wrap-up discussion on the Council's work for the month, held under the presidency of Jamaica.
31 August 2001 S/PV.4363 This was the public meeting of the wrap-up discussion for the Council's work for the month, held under the presidency of Colombia.
29 June 2001 S/PV.4343 This was a wrap-up session at the end of Bangladeshi presidency, the first such session held publicly.
16 January 2001 S/PV.4257 This was the open debate on TCCs.
16 January 2001 S/PV.4257 (Resumption 1) This was the resumption of an open debate on TCCs.
17 April 2000 S/PV.4128 This was the last time article 27(3) was raised by a member state during a Security Council meeting.
16 October 1996 S/PV.3705 This was a day long open debate in which the Council was addressed by representatives from neighbouring states to Afghanistan, among others, about the worsening situation in Afghanistan, and the involvement of troops from Pakistan in the conflict.
15 August 1996 S/PV.3689 This was an orientation debate on demining as part of peacekeeping, organised by Germany.
18 April 1996 S/PV.3654 This was an orientation debate on the Middle East organised by the Chilean presidency.
9 April 1996 S/PV.3648 This was an orientation debate on Afghanistan organised by the Chilean presidency.
9 April 1996 S/PV.3650 The Council discussed the threat to international peace and security presented by the conflict in Afghanistan, and the relationship of the conflict to certain groups from Pakistan, the lack of central governing authority, and the production of narcotics.
15 March 1996 S/PV.3641 This was an orientation debate on Somalia organized by the Botswana presidency.
6 February 1996 S/PV.3628 This was an orientation open debate on Angola organised by the US presidency.
25 January 1996 S/PV.3621 This was an orientation open debate on Liberia, organised by the UK presidency.
20 December 1995 S/PV.3611 This was an open debate on peacekeeping during which numerous working methods issues, including the relationship with TCCs, were raised.