SOFIMUN Committees

Unrealistic "Agreement of Sofia"

The Security Councill was puzzled about the sudden change of heart by India and Pakistan.

This morning, the mutual agreement between India and Pakistan was signed. This so called “Agreement of Sofia” has not brought any relief to the Council as most of the Permanent 5 members consider its ambitions to be way over the top.

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Discussion on Draft Resolutions in UNPBC

Today two draft resolutions on the integration and/or cooperation of the UNPBC within peacekeeping missions were made.  After a few discussions and moderated caucuses,members of the Peacebuilding Council started making their draft resolutions. The two leading parties were the USA and China, which was allying with Russia. During un-moderated caucuses they tried to establish their coalitions. 

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India-Pakistan Resolution Is It Almost a Fact?

At the end of the first-day debates in the Security Council (SC), the United Kingdom, represented by Anna Wscinbiak, expressed her positive evaluation of the progress made in the India-Pakistan topic.  The UK is, along with the USA happy about the positions of both India and Pakistan. 'We are reallly happy to see them talking again. That hadn't happened in a very long time', said Karsten Schulz, the delegate of USA in an interview for SNN. 

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Ups and Downs in the Security Concil. First Conference Day Brings Mixed Developments

It has been a busy day for the Security Council. After a quick start, discussion of the conflict between Pakistan and India slowed down, leading to delegates of Japan, the UK and the USA to work towards SOFIMUN’s first Draft Resolution.

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Working to Improve the Efficiency of PPPs in the Natural Resource Sector of Developing Countries

Delegates in this committee are faced with the challenge of building upon the work of the UNDP on the issue of Public-Private Sector Partnerships (PPPs) in Natural Resource Management in Developing Countries’.

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