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  • UN ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMME
  • UN Women
  • UN FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANISATION
  • UN HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR REFUGEES
  • UN OFFICE FOR DISASTER RISK REDUCTION
  • SPECPOL
  • UN ADVANCED GENERAL ASSEMBLY
  • UN SECURITY COUNCIL
  • UN ACCORD DE PARIS
  • ORGANISATION OF ECONOMIC COOPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT
  • ARCTIC COUNCIL
  • COUNCIL OF EUROPE
  • GADDAFI’S CABINET
  • JOINT CRISIS CABINET

UN SECURITY COUNCIL

Background

Concerning the absence of peace and security procurement in the states after World War II, the
Security Council was established as the predominant organ of the United Nations for the impediment of acts of brutalization and aggression. Despite Security Council calls upon the states to a dispute to settle the conflicts by peaceful means and recommends methods of adjustment or terms of a settlement. The UNSC holds of 5 permanent and 10 non-permanent member states of UN. The permanent members are United States of America (the current president of UNSC), the United Kingdom, Republic of China, the Russian Federation and the Republic of France. The P5 member states are entitled to veto right. The non-permanent states are elected biennially by the UN General Assembly regarding the selected agendas. As the most predominant organ of the UN Security Council is entitled to condemn, demand and implement restrictive sanctions on a state or an organization. In SOBILMUN’20 the delegates will be engaged in two recent occurring issues;

Agenda Items:

  1. The Situation in Hong Kong
  2. The South Sudan Conflict.

Under Secretary-General: Beyza Aksu
Academic Assistant: Enes Bushi