Administrative and Budgetary Committee (Fifth Committee)
Main Session (October- December 2017)
- Programme of Work (Web | PDF)
- Status of Preparedness of Documentation - A/C.5/72/L.1
- Allocation of agenda items to the Fifth Committee - A/C.5/72/1
- Statements of delegations and UN officials
- Webcast of Fifth Committee Formal Meetings
About the Programme of Work
The programme of work for the session is considered by the Bureau of the Committee and approved by the Committee at its Organizational session. Once approved it is distributed in hard copy to the Committee and published on the Fifth Committee website. The Programme of work includes links to the documents that are under consideration. Document symbols are added as soon as they become available. During the course of the session, the programme of work is regularly reviewed, and updated by the Bureau to reflect progress in the discussions and availability of reports. Please check this page regularly for the latest updates.
About the Status of Preparedness of Documentation
Before the session begins, the status of the preparedness of documentation in front of the Committee is issued as an L. document. This document outlines what documents have been submitted and when they are due for issuance.
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About the Statements of delegations and UN officials
Compendium of electronic copies of statements held by delegations, advisory bodies and UN officials during formal meetings of the Fifth Committee. All statements are categorized by agenda item and session and are uploaded shortly after each formal meeting.
In accordance with resolution 66/246 of 24 December 2011, in which with the General Assembly decided to approve live webcasting, and subsequent web storage, of all formal meetings of its six Main Committees, the above link provides access to on-demand recordings of formal meetings of the Fifth Committee (starting from the first resumed part of the 66th session) as well as to live webcast of meetings while they are taking place.