Legislative Mandate/ Terms of reference

ECOSOC res. 920 XXXIV (1962)

ECOSOC res 1171 (XLI) (1966)

GA RES 31/93 (1976)

ECOSOC res 2008 (LX) (1976)

GA Dec 42/450 (1987)

Report of
Previous Session

42nd Session

MIRMOHAMMAD, SEYED MORTEZA
(ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN)
CHAIRMAN OF  COMMITTEE FOR PROGRAMME AND COORDINATION
FORTY-THIRD SESSION

Mr.  Seyed Morteza Mirmohammad, was elected Chairman of the Forty-third session of the Committee for Programme on Coordination at its Organizational session on 5 May 2003.

Mr. Morteza Mirmohammad  joined  the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Tehran  in  1990 and served in the Department of International Specialized Agencies.  He was a member of the Delegation of Iran to the Commission on Narcotic Drugs, Vienna, in 1991,  the Regional Sub Commission on Narcotic Drugs, Tehran in 1992,  representative to the Fifth Committee, New York from 1994 to 1999,  as well as member of the Delegation of Iran to the First Committee and the Conference on Disarmament, New York and Geneva, in 1993.  He was a member of the Delegation of Iran of the Committee for Programme and Coordination for six sessions, in New York (1996 to 1998, as well as 2000 to 2002), and  member of the Committee on Conferences for four consecutive years, (1995 to 1998).    In 1997, he  served as Vice Chairman of the Committee on Conferences.    From February 1999 to February 2002,  he served in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Tehran in the Department of International Specialized Agencies.   In 2001, he was Chairman of the Group of 77 and China in the Fifth Committee and in 2002, he was Vice Chairman of the Committee for Programme and Coordination.

Mr. Morteza Mirmohammad holds a master’s degree in International Relations, Tehran University and authored the following publications:    “Financial crisis of the UN.  Quarterly of the UN Studies, the Institute for International and Political Studies, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and “Regional Security Arrangements after the Cold War, Book, Published by the Institute for International and Political Studies, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Iran.

Born in September 1964, Mr. Morteza Mirmohammad  is married and has one child.

Substantive session - 9 June to 3 July- 2003