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Security Council expects Guterres’ Cyprus reports by January 3

UNSG Antonio Guterres

The United Nations Security Council expects that Secretary General Antonio Guterres will submit by January 3, 2022 his reports on his Good Offices and Unficyp according to Resolution 2587 (2021) of July 29, 2021 on the six monthly renewal of Unficyp’s mandate which is included in a tentative forecast of the programme of work of the Security Council

In particular, in paragraph 19 of the resolution the Security Council “requests the Secretary-General to submit by 3 January 2022 a report on his Good Offices, in particular on progress towards reaching a consensus starting point for meaningful results-oriented negotiations leading to a settlement, encourages the leaders of the two communities to provide written updates to the Good Offices Mission of the Secretary-General on the actions they have taken in support of the relevant parts of this resolution since its adoption, in particular with regard to paragraphs 6 and 7 and 9, with a view to reaching a sustainable and comprehensive settlement, and further requests the Secretary-General to include the contents of these updates in his Good Offices report.”

It “further requests the Secretary-General to submit by 3 January 2022 a report on implementation of this resolution, drawing on analysis produced through the Comprehensive Performance Assessment System covering all components of the mission, and to keep the Security Council updated on events as necessary.”

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