Security Council – Work assessment under Greece presidency (September 2006) – Letter from Greece (excerpts)

 

Letter dated 18 December 2006 from the Permanent Representative of Greece to the United Nations addressed

to the President of the Security Council

 

 

  Please find attached the assessment of the work of the Security Council during the presidency of Greece in September 2006 (see annex). This report was prepared under my supervision, after consultation with the other members of the Security Council.

  I should be grateful if you would arrange for this letter to be circulated as a document of the Security Council.

 

(Signed ) Adamantios Th. Vassilakis

Ambassador

Permanent Representative


 

    Annex to the letter dated 18 December 2006 from the Permanent Representative of Greece to the United Nations addressed to the President of the Security Council

 

 

    Assessment of work of the Security Council during the presidency of Greece (September 2006)

 

 

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   Asia

 

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    The situation in the Middle East, including the Palestinian question 

 

  On 21 September 2006, at the request of the League of Arab States (S/2006/700), the Security Council held an open debate, at the ministerial level, to discuss the situation in the Middle East, including the Palestinian question. The Secretary-General briefed the Council on the latest developments in the region and on the prospects of the peace process.

  The President of the Palestinian Authority, Mahmoud Abbas, addressed the Council, as did the Foreign Minister of Bahrain, Khalid Bin Ahmed Al-Khalifa, on behalf on the Council of Foreign Ministers of the League of Arab States, the Foreign Minister of Finland Erkki Tuomioja, on behalf of the European Union, and the Permanent Representative of Israel.

 

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Document symbol: S/2006/993
Document Type: Letter
Document Sources: Security Council
Country: Greece
Subject: Peace process, Situation in the OPT including Jerusalem
Publication Date: 18/12/2006
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