Security Council

21 February 2019
SC/13712

The following Security Council press statement was issued today by Council President Anatolio Ndong Mba (Equatorial Guinea):

21 February 2019
SC/13709

Amid a precarious humanitarian situation, the Central African Republic needs robust international support now more than ever before, as the country edges towards peace after the signing of a new peace agreement, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative and other senior United Nations and international officials told the Security Council today.

21 February 2019
SC/13711

On 1 February 2019, the Security Council Committee pursuant to resolution 751 (1992) concerning Somalia held its first informal consultations of the year to meet with the Panel of Experts on Somalia established by resolution 2444 (2018).

20 February 2019
SC/13707

The Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process called today for leadership and political will among both Israelis and Palestinians, warning that rising extremism and the risk of war are eroding the viability of a two-State solution to the conflict.

20 February 2019
SC/13708

On 8 February 2019, the Security Council Committee established pursuant to resolution 1970 (2011) concerning Libya held its first informal consultations of the year to meet with the Panel of Experts on Libya established by resolution 1973 (2011).

19 February 2019
SC/13706

Dialogue remains the only viable option for resolving the political crisis in Burundi and for holding peaceful elections in 2020, the Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for that country told the Security Council today, as delegates debated whether to keep the situation there on its agenda.

19 February 2019
SC/13705

Significant progress in implementing recent agreements in Yemen represents an opportunity for that country to move away from the “logic of war” towards one of peace, senior United Nations officials told the Security Council today.

19 February 2019
SC/13704

A Security Council statement issued today welcomed the ongoing cooperation between Iraq and Kuwait in the search for Kuwaitis and third-country nationals missing since the 1990 invasion and encouraged the Government of Iraq to pursue its efforts to track down missing Kuwaiti property, including that country’s national archives.

14 February 2019
SC/13703

The following Security Council press statement was issued today by Council President Anatolio Ndong Mba (Equatorial Guinea):

13 February 2019
SC/13700

With the formation of the Government of Iraq still incomplete, it is high-time for leaders to shift the focus from factional politics and invest in addressing the immediate needs of the citizens, the highest-ranking United Nations official in the country said today as she briefed the Security Council.