UN Documents for Lebanon: Security Council Press Statements
|Security Council Press Statements
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|15 December 2022 SC/15142
|This statement condemned the 14 December attack against a UNIFIL convoy in southern Lebanon, following which a peacekeeper died and three were injured.
|19 October 2022 SC/15069
|This was a press statement commending the announcement that Lebanon and Israel have agreed to end their dispute over their maritime boundary.
|7 July 2022 SC/14961
|This statement took note of the appointment of Najib Mikati as Lebanon's prime minister and called for expediting the government’s formation.
|25 May 2022 SC/14905
|This statement welcomed the holding of legislative elections in Lebanon on 15 May 2022.
|4 February 2022 SC/14786
|This statement stressed the need for the resumption of regular meetings of the Lebanese Council of Ministers, underlined the importance of holding free, fair and inclusive elections on 15 May 2022 and called on the Lebanese authorities to investigate all attacks against UNIFIL.
|27 September 2021 SC/14646
|This statement welcomed the formation of a new Government in Lebanon led by Prime Minister Najib Mikati.
|8 February 2019 SC/13696
|This was a statement which welcomed the formation of the new unity government in Lebanon.
|9 August 2018 SC/13451
|This was a press statement condemning the 4 August attack against UNIFIL in southern Lebanon.
|27 March 2018 SC/13267
|This was a press release commending the convening of the 15 March ministerial meeting in Rome in support of the LAF and Internal Security Forces and welcomed the joint statement issued at the end of the meeting.
|19 December 2017 SC/13130
|This was a statement welcoming Prime Minister Saad Hariri's return to Lebanon and his decision to continue his term.
|19 December 2016 SC/12645
|This was a press statement that welcomed the announcement on 18 December of the formation of a national unity Government in Lebanon and congratulated Prime Minister Saad Hariri and his Cabinet.
|24 May 2016 SC/12371
|This press statement underscored the Council’s deepest concern over the vacancy in the presidency and expressed its intention to continue following related developments with a particular sense of urgency.
|24 May 2016 SC/12371
|This was a press statement that underscored their deepest concern over the vacancy and expressed their intention to continue following related developments with a particular sense of urgency.
|17 March 2016 SC/12287
|This was a press statement reaffirming deep concern over the 21-month vacancy in the presidency of Lebanon and the current political stalemate.
|19 November 2015 SC/12128
|Council members reaffirmed their support for Lebanese sovereignty and territorial integrity, reiterated the importance of Lebanon’s policy of disassociation and called on all Lebanese parties to cease any involvement in the Syrian crisis.