UN Documents for Afghanistan: Security Council Meeting Records
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|4 December 2008 S/PV.6031
|This was a briefing on the Security Council Mission to Afghanistan from 21-28 November.
|14 October 2008 S/PV.5994
|This was the briefing by the Secretary-General's Special Representative for Afghanistan.
|22 September 2008 S/PV.5977
|During this meeting the Council extended ISAF's authorisation until 13 October 2008.
|9 July 2008 S/PV/5930
|This was the briefing by the Secretary-General's Special Representative for Afghanistan and the Under Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs.
|12 March 2008 S/PV.5851
|This was the open debate with a briefing by Under Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations Jean-Marie Guehenno who explained that UNAMA did not need additional powers but that its mandate needed to be sharpened.
|15 October 2007 S/PV.5760
|This was the briefing by Special Representative of the Secretary-General Tom Koenigs.
|19 September 2007 S/PV.5744
|This was the meeting during which resolution 1776 was adopted.
|17 July 2007 S/PV.5718
|This was a briefing from Assistant Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations, Hédi Annabi.
|23 May 2007 S/PV.5680
|The Council was briefed in private consultation by Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Afghanistan Koenigs.
|7 December 2006 S/PV.5581
|This was the discussion on the report of the Council mission to Afghanistan.
|23 March 2006 S/PV.5393
|During this meeting, the Council extended UNAMA's mandate for a further 12 months.
|15 February 2006 S/PV.5374
|During this meeting, the Council endorsed the Afghanistan Compact by unanimously adopting resolution 1659.
|10 February 2006 S/PV.5370
|This was a closed meeting attended by Jean-Marie Guéhenno and representatives from Germany and Afghanistan.
|10 February 2006 S/PV.5369
|The Council was briefed by Under Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations Jean-Marie Guéhenno on the political events surrounding the formation of the parliament.
|17 January 2006 S/PV.5348
|This was a closed meeting attended by Jean Arnault and representatives from Germany and Afghanistan.