In resolutions 1373 (2001) and 1624 (2005), the Security Council requests that States report to the CTC on the steps that they have taken to implement these resolutions. On this basis, the Committee has established a dialogue with each UN Member State to help them raise their national counter-terrorism capacities and to foster international cooperation between the UN system, States and other intergovernmental bodies.
These reports form what many experts consider to be the world’s largest body of information on the counter-terrorism capacity of each of the 192 UN Member States.
|Country reports pursuant to:|
Resolution 1373 (2001)
Resolution 1624 (2005)
|Reports dated from 2001 through 2006 are available here on this website; however, a decision was made not make public subsequent reports on resolution 1373 (2001). For more information, please contact us.||
Reports dated 2006 through to the present are available here:
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