DEWA

Division of Early Warning and Assessment

Reports of the UN Secretary - General

 

In response to resolutions of the United Nations General Assembly, a report on the Question of Antarctica was submitted by the United Nations Secretary-General to the General Assembly on a periodical basis, usually every three years.

The first report (A/39/583 - Part I) was submitted in 1984. It was a comprehensive study on all aspects of Antarctica providing detailed background information.

The last reports on the Question of Antarctica are available below, as well as the resolutions of the General Assembly adopted following the discussions on the reports.

 

Report No

Year of submission

Period covered in the report

General Assembly resolution

2005

2002-2005

2002

1999-2002

1999

1996-1999

1996

1993-1996

 

The practice of reporting on the Question of Antarctica was discontinued in 2006 by Resolution A/RES/60/47 . The "Question of Antarctica" is no longer on the agenda of the General Assembly, although the Assembly decided to remain seized of the matter.

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