UN Documents for Somalia: Security Council Presidential Statements
|Security Council Presidential Statements
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|7 June 2018 S/PRST/2018/13
|This was a presidential statement welcoming the conditions-based transition plan in Somalia for the progressive transfer of security responsibilities to national forces.
|9 August 2017 S/PRST/2017/14
|This was on the threat of famine in Yemen, Somalia, South Sudan and north-east Nigeria.
|10 February 2017 S/PRST/2017/3
|This presidential statement welcomed the conclusion of the electoral process.
|19 August 2016 S/PRST/2016/13
|This was a presidential statement that welcomed the meeting of Somalia’s NLF on the implementation of the 2016 National Electoral Process and regretted the delayed electoral timetable.
|22 May 2014 S/PRST/2014/9
|This was a presidential statement regarding arms and ammunition management by the Federal Government of Somalia.
|6 June 2013 S/PRST/2013/7
|This presidential statement expressed support for the deployment of UNSOM and addressed other recent developments in Somalia.
|5 March 2012 S/PRST/2012/4
|This presidential statement welcomed the International London Conference on Somalia and fully supported its communiqué.
|24 June 2011 S/PRST/2011/13
|This presidential statement welcomed the signing of the Kampala Accord.
|11 May 2011 S/PRST/2011/10
|This presidential statement focused on the consultative process on post-transitional arrangements for Somalia.
|10 March 2011 S/PRST/2011/6
|This presidential statement stressed the need for a comprehensive strategy for Somalia.
|22 October 2010 S/PRST/2010/21
|This presidential statement underscored the importance of developing effective partnerships between the United Nations and regional organizations, in particular the African Union.
|25 August 2010 S/PRST/2010/16
|This presidential statement welcomed the Secretary-General's 27 July report on piracy, encouraged the International Contact Group on Piracy off the Coast of Somalia to continue discussions on possible further steps to ensure that those responsible for acts of piracy .re held accountable and requested the Secretary-General to include in his next report on Somali piracy observations on possible ways to enhance international cooperation.
|9 July 2009 S/PRST/2009/19
|This statement reiterated the Council’s support for the Djibouti Peace Process and the TFG and expressed concern at foreign support of insurgents.
|18 May 2009 S/PRST/2009/15
|This presidential statement called on the Sanctions Monitoring Group to investigate reports that Eritrea had supplied arms to insurgent groups in Somalia. (It also condemned the renewed fighting by Al-Shabaab and other extremists in Somalia and demanded an immediate end to the violence.)
|30 October 2008 S/PRST/2008/41
|This presidential statement condemned suicide bombings in Hargeysa and Bosasso on 29 October.