UN Documents for Kosovo: Security Council Meeting Records

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16 May 2002 S/PV.4533 This was a briefing by Jean-Marie Guéhenno stressed the importance of Kosovo Serb representatives taking up their rightful places in the government.
24 April 2002 S/PV.4519 This was a briefing by Michael Steiner provided an overview of successful elections, deemed "free and fair."
27 March 2002 S/PV.4498 This was a briefing by Heidi Annabi discussed the recent agreement to form a coalition government.
13 February 2002 S/PV.4473 The Council expressed support for the new Special Representative of the Secretary-General Michael Steiner.
21 January 2002 S/PV.4454 The briefing by Jean-Marie Guéhenno noted that UNMIK continued to press political actors to break their deadlock and form a coalition government.
27 November 2001 S/PV.4430 This was a briefing by Heidi Annabi noted the smooth election held on 17 November, with a voter turnout of 64.3 percent. It also noted "The Common Document," signed by UNMIK and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia on 5 November.
9 November 2001 S/PV.4409 The Council called for all Kosovo men and women to vote.
5 October 2001 S/PV.4388 This was a briefing by Hans Haekkerup, Special Representative of the Secretary-General on upcoming elections.
17 September 2001 S/PV.4373 This was a discussion in a closed meeting including Hans Haekkerup as well as Nebojša Covic, Deputy Prime Minister of Serbia, Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
28 August 2001 S/PV.4359 This was a briefing by Guéhenno and the Council expressed concern at low voter registration for minorities in Kosovo.
26 July 2001 S/PV.4350 This was a briefing by Jean-Marie Guéhenno noted that preparations for elections were underway. The Council underlined the importance of participation of minorities in the elections.
22 June 2001 S/PV.4335 The Council discussed the recent first full Council mission to Kosovo.
19 June 2001 S/PV.4331 Anwarul Karim Chowdhury President of the Security Council, presented the report of the first full Council mission to Kosovo, which included a visit to Belgrade.
9 April 2001 S/PV.4309 The Council noted efforts to re-establish normalcy in Kosovo, but underlined the importance of stopping the traffic of illegal arms and halting the inter-ethnic violence.
9 April 2001 S/PV.4309/Corr.2 This was the corrigendum of the meeting in which the Council noted efforts to re-establish normalcy in Kosovo, but underlined the importance of stopping the traffic of illegal arms and halting the inter-ethnic violence.