UN Documents for Afghanistan: Security Council Press Statements

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15 May 2014 SC/11399 This statement welcomed the certification of the first round of presidential elections by the IEC.
5 April 2014 SC/11347 This press statement welcomed the first round of presidential and provincial elections.
21 March 2014 SC/11334 This press statement condemned the attack by gunmen on the Serena Hotel in Kabul, which killed nine people, including four foreigners.
18 March 2014 SC/11324 This press statement condemned the suicide bombing which killed at least 16 people.
17 January 2014 SC/11251 In this press statement, the Council condemned in the strongest terms the terrorist attack by the Taliban at a Kabul restaurant on 17 January.
4 December 2013 SC/11199 This was a press statement condemning attacks in Afghanistan on 26 and 27 November.
13 September 2013 SC/11122 This press statement condemned the attack on the US consulate in Herat on 13 September 2013.
3 August 2013 SC/11086 The Council condemned the 3 August attack near the Indian consulate in Jalalabad.
11 June 2013 SC/11030 This press statement condemned a terrorist attack near the Supreme Court in Kabul.
26 May 2013 SC/11016 This press statement condemned the attack on the IOM compound in Kabul.
4 April 2013 SC/10967 The Council condemned a terrorist attack that occurred in Farah Province in the western part of Afghanistan, which caused numerous deaths and injuries, mainly to civilians.
17 August 2012 SC/10745 This press statement on Afghanistan condemned attacks on civilians.
23 July 2012 SC/10722 The Council welcomed the 8 July the "Tokyo Conference on Afghanistan" and the conclusions of the conference.
17 April 2012 SC/10611 The Council condemned coordinated terrorist attacks in Afghanistan on 15 and 16 April, while reiterating that no terrorist act can reverse the path towards Afghan-led peace, democracy and reconstruction in Afghanistan.
21 September 2011 SC/10391 The Council condemned the terrorist attack that killed multiple people the day before in Kabul, Afghanistan, including the Chairman of the Afghanistan High Peace Council, Burhanuddin Rabbani.