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Security Council Report on Piracy

Security Council Report on Piracy

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United Nations
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/2012/544
 
Security Council
Distr.: General13 July 2012Original: English
12-37640 (E) 180712
*1237640*
Letter dated 11 July 2012 from the Chair of the Security CouncilCommittee pursuant to resolutions 751 (1992) and 1907 (2009)concerning Somalia and Eritrea addressed to the President of theSecurity Council
On behalf of the Security Council Committee pursuant to resolutions 751(1992) and 1907 (2009) concerning Somalia and Eritrea, and in accordance with paragraph 6 (m) of Security Council resolution 2002 (2011), I have the honour totransmit herewith the report on Somalia of the Monitoring Group on Somalia andEritrea (see annex).In this connection, the Committee would appreciate it if the present letter,together with its enclosure were brought to the attention of the members of theSecurity Council and issued as a document of the Council.(
Signed 
) H. S.
Puri
 ChairmanSecurity Council Committee pursuant toresolutions 751 (1992) and 1907 (2009)concerning Somalia and Eritrea
 
S/2012/544
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Letter dated 27 June 2012 from the members of the MonitoringGroup on Somalia and Eritrea addressed to the Chair of theSecurity Council Committee pursuant to resolutions 751 (1992)and 1907 (2009) concerning Somalia and Eritrea
We have the honour to transmit herewith the report focusing on Somalia of theMonitoring Group on Somalia and Eritrea, in accordance with paragraph 6 (m) of Security Council resolution 2002 (2011).(
Signed 
) Matt
Bryden
Coordinator Monitoring Group on Somalia and Eritrea(
Signed 
) Emmanuel
Deisser
Arms Expert(
Signed 
) Aurélien
Llorca
Aviation Expert
 
(
Signed 
) Jörg
Roofthooft
Maritime Expert
 
(
Signed 
) Ghassan
Schbley
Finance Expert(
Signed 
) Babatunde
Taiwo
Armed Groups Expert
 
(
Signed 
) Kristele
Younes
Humanitarian Expert
 
 
 
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12-37640
Report of the Monitoring Group on Somalia and Eritreapursuant to Security Council resolution 2002 (2011)
Contents
 Page
Abbreviations
..................................................................
6Summary
.....................................................................
7I. Introduction
...................................................................
10A.
 
Mandate
..................................................................
10B.
 
Methodology
..............................................................
10II. Acts that threaten the peace, security and stability of Somalia
..........................
11A.
 
Public sector financial mismanagement and corruption
............................
12B.
 
Harakaat al-Shabaab al-Mujaahidiin
...........................................
15C.
 
Al-Shabaab as a regional and international threat
................................
16D.
 
Piracy and kidnap for ransom
................................................
17III. Violations of the general and complete arms embargo
.................................
20A.
 
Foreign military operations in Somalia
.........................................
21B.
 
Private security companies
...................................................
21C.
 
Private maritime security companies/floating armouries
...........................
24D.
 
 Non-compliance
...........................................................
25IV. Obstruction of humanitarian assistance
.............................................
25A.
 
Denial of access
...........................................................
25B.
 
Diversion and misappropriation of humanitarian assistance
........................
26C.
 
Best practices
..............................................................
27V. Violations of international humanitarian law
........................................
27A.
 
Attacks on civilians
.........................................................
28B.
 
Gender-based violence
......................................................
28C.
 
Child soldiers
.............................................................
29D.
 
Forcible displacement or confinement
.........................................
29VI. Consolidated list
...............................................................
30VII. State cooperation with the Monitoring Group
........................................
30VIII. Recommendations
..............................................................
31A.
 
Threats to peace and security
.................................................
31B.
 
Piracy
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