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- Humanitarian Response Plan 2017 [EN/UK]
- Humanitarian Action for Children 2017: Ukraine
- IOM Ukraine 2017 Crisis Response Plan
- IOM Humanitarian Compendium
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Conseil de sécurité
7935e séance – matin
Célébrant la Journée de l’Europe et le soixantième anniversaire du Traité de Rome, la Haut Représentante pour les affaires étrangères et la politique de sécurité de l’Union européenne, Mme Federica Mogherini, a présenté au Conseil de sécurité, ce matin, ce qu’elle a appelé « la voie de l’Union européenne », réaffirmant son engagement en faveur du multilatéralisme.
7935th Meeting (AM)
Russian Federation Assails Bloc over Sanctions, as United States Urges It to Press Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Iran
Describing the European Union as an indispensable partner of the United Nations, the bloc’s senior-most diplomat told the Security Council today that it was ready to move beyond the current international uncertainty and join the Organization in building a more cooperative world order.
7886TH MEETING (AM)
Focus on Ukraine, Cyprus, as Spotlight Also Falls on Disputed Territories
Peace must never be taken for granted in Europe, where simmering conflicts could potentially impact security on a global scale, speakers in the Security Council said today, during an open debate that cast a particular spotlight on the situation in Ukraine.
7876TH MEETING (PM)
Members hear from political, humanitarian affairs chiefs, head of Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe Special Mission
The recent dangerous uptick in fighting seen in eastern Ukraine had left hundreds of thousands of civilians at risk of losing all access to water, heat and electricity, a particularly worrying development given the current plummeting winter temperatures, the Security Council heard this afternoon.
The following Security Council press statement was issued today by Council President Olof Skoog (Sweden):
The members of the Security Council expressed grave concern about the dangerous deterioration of the situation in eastern Ukraine and its severe impact on the local civilian population.
The members of the Security Council condemned the use of weapons prohibited by the Minsk Agreements along the contact line in the Donetsk region that led to deaths and injuries, including among civilians.
Speakers Voice Support, but Stress Adherence to United Nations Charter Principles
The United Nations was committed to strengthening its partnership with regional organizations in Eurasia and Central Asia on peace and security matters, even though their strategies may sometimes differ, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told the Security Council today.
CONSEIL DE SÉCURITÉ
CONFÉRENCES DE PRESSE
L’Afrique et la consolidation de la paix, le Moyen-Orient, les méthodes de travail du Conseil et le processus de sélection du prochain Secrétaire général seront les grands axes de la présidence japonaise du Conseil de sécurité au mois de juillet, a déclaré, cet après-midi, le nouveau Représentant permanent du Japon, M. Koro Bessho, qui présentait le programme de travail mensuel du Conseil.
7711e séance – matin
Le Conseil de sécurité, présidé par le Ministre des affaires étrangères de la France, M. Jean-Marc Ayrault, a organisé aujourd’hui un débat public de haut niveau sur le thème de la protection des civils dans les opérations de maintien de la paix.
Aujourd’hui, dans la majorité des conflits armés, ce sont les civils qui sont les plus durement touchés, se sont alarmés les 74 intervenants, dont le Président de la République centrafricaine et six ministres africains.
7711th Meeting (AM)
All facets of United Nations peacekeeping missions had a vital role to play in keeping civilians safe, speakers in the Security Council said today, as high-ranking officials, including a Head of State and several ministers, participated in a wide-ranging open debate on the protection of civilians in the context of peacekeeping operations.
7705th Meeting (AM)
United Nations Cooperation with Regional Bodies Critical, Speakers Stress
7685th Meeting (AM)
Security Council Meetings Coverage
Red Cross, Médecins Sans Frontières Heads, Secretary-General Brief Members
Strongly condemning attacks on medical personnel in conflict situations today, the Security Council unanimously adopted a resolution demanding an end to impunity for those responsible and respect for international law on the part of all warring parties.
7683rd Meeting (PM)
Concerned by escalating violence and political gridlock in eastern Ukraine, senior officials of the United Nations and the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) called on all parties to the three-year old conflict to immediately lay down their weapons and make good on their commitments under the Minsk agreements, during a Security Council meeting this afternoon on the subject.
7635th Meeting (AM)
We Should Not Talk as if We Are Reliving Cold War, He Stresses in Security Council
Voicing deep concern over the situation in Ukraine, the Chair-in-Office of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) stressed the need for greater confidence- and security-building measures amid the conflict there.
7457th Meeting* (AM)
Debate Focuses on Mitigating New Clashes, Facilitating Return to Negotiations
The military track as a means to end the crisis in Ukraine had not been abandoned, and a prospect of a return to a deepening, intractable conflict was emerging, the Security Council heard today following the recent escalation of hostilities in eastern parts of that country.
The Security Council in May would consider the growing threats faced by journalists around the world in addition to focusing on foreign terrorist fighters, small arms and a raft of ongoing situations of concern, the Permanent Representative of Lithuania, President of the body for the month, said this afternoon.
7400th Meeting (AM)
Speakers Call for Commitment to Minsk Agreements, Unfettered Access
Despite progress on the ground following the February ceasefire, the situation in Ukraine remained fragile and far from irreversible, the Security Council heard today from three senior United Nations officials, as members called for full implementation of the Minsk agreements.