UN Documents for Côte d’Ivoire: Security Council Presidential Statements

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30 June 2017 S/PRST/2017/8 This was a presidential statement welcoming the closure of UNOCI.
13 October 2010 S/PRST/2010/20 This presidential statement was on post-conflict peacebuilding, wherein the Council welcomed the important role of the PBC in promoting and supporting an integrated and coherent approach to peacebuilding, including women's participation.
8 December 2009 S/PRST/2009/33 This presidential statement noted with concern the postponement of the first round of the presidential election, scheduled for 29 November 2009.
29 September 2009 S/PRST/2009/25 This was a presidential statement expressing concern about the delay in the publication of the Ivorian electoral list and expressing the Council’s intention to review the situation by 15 October 2009.
5 August 2009 S/PRST/2009/24 This was a presidential statement regarding integration of peacebuilding in peacekeeping missions. It highlighted the Council's efforts to improve its dialogue with the Secretariat and TCCs/PCCs as well as requested the Secretary-General to provide in his reports on specific missions an indication of progress towards achieving a coordinated UN approach in-country, and in particular on critical gaps to achieving peacebuilding objectives alongside the mission.
29 May 2009 S/PRST/2009/16 This was a presidential statement welcoming the CPC’s 18 May communiqué.
7 November 2008 S/PRST/2008/42 This presidential statement expressed concern about the delay of the elections, and urged the parties in the country to take immediate, concrete and credible steps towards holding elections before the end of spring 2009.
29 April 2008 S/PRST/2008/11 This presidential-statement welcomed the approval by the Ivorian authorities of the proposal from the Independent Electoral Commission to organise presidential elections on 30 November 2008.
28 March 2007 S/PRST/2007/8 This presidential statement endorsed the Ouagadougou Agreement, supported the appointment of Soro as prime minister and requested a report from the Secretary-General on the UN's future role in the peace process.
7 August 2006 S/PRST/2006/37 This presidential statement condemned the July disturbances, reaffirmed its support for the implementation of targeted sanctions, encouraged the prime minister to take action to deploy 150 mobile courts before the next International Working Group (IWG) meeting and called on the IWG to monitor such progress.
19 July 2006 S/PRST/2006/32 This presidential statement welcomed the Yamoussoukro meeting of Ivorian leaders, requested the Secretary-General to produce a report on the implementation of the parties' commitments before a subsequent meeting in September, underlined the Council's readiness to impose targeted measures and endorsed the eighth communiqué of the International Working Group.
24 May 2006 S/PRST/2006/23 This presidential statement endorsed the seventh final communiqué of the International Working Group; strongly condemned violence against civilians, political leaders and impartial forces; and underlined the targeted measures against those blocking the peace process and obstructing UNOCI.
27 April 2006 S/PRST/2006/20 This presidential statement endorsed the sixth International Working Group final communiqué; expressed concern at the delay in the Demobilization, Disarmament and Reintegration and identification processes; and underlined the targeted measures against those blocking the peace process and obstructing the UN Operation in Côte d'Ivoire.
29 March 2006 S/PRST/2006/14 This presidential statement welcomed progress and reiterated concern with the security situation.
23 February 2006 S/PRST/2006/9 This letter reiterated full support for the International Working Group and the Ivorian prime minister, urged the Ivorian state to facilitate the return of humanitarian agencies in the west of the country, and expressed the intention to review the implementation of resolution 1633 in March.