Security Council: Press Release
SECURITY COUNCIL SETS 28 FEBRUARY 1996 DATE TO ELECT NEW INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE MEMBER19951107
The Security Council this afternoon decided that the election to fill the vacancy on the International Court of Justice will be held on 28 February 1996.
PLANNED CONVENING OF INTER-TAJIK TALKS IN ASHGABAD, TURKMENISTAN, WELCOMED BY SECURITY COUNCIL19951106
The Security Council this afternoon welcomed the planned convening of the continual round of inter-Tajik talks in Ashgabad, Turkmenistan, and commended the efforts of the President of Turkmenistan for his efforts in facilitating that development.
YUGOSLAV SANCTIONS COMMITTEE BRIEFED BY UNHCR COORDINATOR19951031 Following is the text of the statement issued today by Emilio J. Cardenas (Argentina), Chairman of the Security Council Committee established pursuant to resolution 724 (1991) concerning Yugoslavia, on behalf of the Committee members:
NEW CHAIRMEN OF UNITED NATIONS SECURITY BODIES IN NOVEMBER19951031 In accordance with the principle of alphabetical rotation, the following new Chairmen of United Nations security bodies will take office on 1 November:
Salim Mohammed Al'Khussaiby (Oman) will succeed Ibrahim A. Gambari (Nigeria) as President of the Security Council.
SECURITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE CONSIDERS LIBYAN REQUEST FOR REPATRIATION OF FOREIGN NATIONALS19951025 The following was received from the Security Council Committee established pursuant to resolution 748 (1992) concerning Libya:
YUGOSLAV SANCTIONS COMMITTEE MEETS WITH EUROPEAN UNION/OSCE SANCTIONS COORDINATOR AND SAMCOMM DIRECTOR19951023 Following is the text of the statement issued today by Emilio J. Cardenas (Argentina), Chairman of the Security Council Committee established pursuant to resolution 724 (1991) concerning Yugoslavia, on behalf of the Committee members:
The Security Council this afternoon responding to the Secretary-General's recent report on the United Nations Assistance Mission for Rwanda (UNAMIR) welcomed progress made in the past two months by the Government of Rwanda in the national reconciliation process, including the integration of more than 2,000 former Rwandese Government Forces (RGF) troops into the Rwanda Patriotic Army (RPA).