7285th meeting on Security Council Working Methods continues

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23-Oct-2014 03:28:23
Video footage of the 7285th meeting on Security Council Working Methods continues

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In a day-long open debate today that heard from more than 55 speakers, the Security Council considered improvements to the way it followed up on its referrals to the international criminal court, as well as the manner in which due process was applied in targeting sanctions.
The Council opened its fifth annual discussion of working methods with briefings by Kimberly Prost, Ombudsperson of Al-Qaida Sanctions Committee and Fatou Bensouda, Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, both of whom laid out ways the 15-member body could enhance its interaction with their institutions and better assume its duties within the international justice system.
Also speaking today were the representatives of republic of Côte D’ivoire, Korea, France, Australia, Chile, China, Nigeria, Chad, Lithuania, Liechtenstein (on behalf of the Informal Group of Like-Minded States on Targeted Sanctions), Jordan, Luxembourg, United States, Russian Federation, United Kingdom, Argentina, Switzerland (on behalf of the Accountability, Coherence and Transparency Group), Saint Lucia (on behalf of the L.69 Group for Security Council Reform), Costa Rica, Japan, Thailand, Romania, Guatemala, Brazil, Sweden (on behalf of the Nordic countries), Mexico, Netherlands (also on behalf of Belgium), Italy, Germany, Pakistan, Kazakhstan, Nicaragua, Uruguay, Czech Republic, Estonia, Portugal, Indonesia, Iran (on behalf of the Non-Aligned Movement), Malaysia, Norway, Spain, Peru, Morocco, Maldives, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ireland, India, Egypt, New Zealand, Botswana, Algeria, Poland, Ukraine, Montenegro And Hungary.
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