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4/1/12UN General Assembly Resolution 66/231 - Oceans and the law of the sea This resolution follows previous annual resolutions on the law of the sea and on oceans and the law of the sea, including resolutions 65/37 A of 2010 and 65/37 B of 2011. It addresses issues related to the Law of the Sea.  UN General AssemblyUN General Assembly Resolution
1/1/10UN Security Council Resolution 1910 Authorizes the Member States of the African Union to maintain AMISOM for another year until 31 January 2011.   UN Security CouncilUN General Assembly Resolution
2/1/12UN Security Council Resolution 2036Noting the presence of Al-Shabab, which has joined Al Qaeda, requests the African Union to increase AMISOM’s force strength to the maximum of 17,731 uniformed personnel. It also requests that AMISOM continues to provide capacity-building to Somali security forces and urges states to coordinate with AMISOM.   UN Security CouncilUN General Assembly Resolution
6/1/08UN Security Council Resolution 1816A UN Security Council Resolution dedicated to addressing Somali piracy specifically. It authorized naval forces to enter Somali territorial waters to deter and disrupt piracy for a period of six months, and encouraged states to increase and coordinate efforts to counter piracy off the coast of Somalia. UN Security CouncilUN General Assembly Resolution
2/1/01UN General Assembly Resolution 55-7Reaffirms the importance of UNCLOS and encourages all states that have not done so to become party to the Convention. The resolution also calls upon states to harmonize their national legislation with the provisions of the Convention, and requests the Secretary-General to ensure more effective collaboration and coordination between the relevant parts of the Secretariat of the United Nations and the United Nations as a whole. UN General AssemblyUN General Assembly Resolution
10/1/12Report of the Secretary-General pursuant to the Security Council resolution 2020 (2011)This report was submitted pursuant to Security Council resolution 2020 (2011). It provides an update on major developments regarding the implementation of that resolution and on the situation with respect to piracy and armed robbery at sea off the coast of Somalia since the previous report of 25 October 2011 (S/2011/662). The assessment and observations in the report are based on information provided by Member States and regional organizations.  UN Secretary GeneralUN Secretary-General Report
10/1/15S/2013/623 - Report of the Secretary-General on the situation with respect to piracy and armed robbery at sea off the coast of SomaliaThis report was submitted pursuant to Security Council resolution 2077 (2012), and provides an update on major developments on possible ways to advance international efforts to combat the problem of piracy and armed robbery at sea and associated hostage-taking off the coast of Somalia since 22 October 2012. The assessment and observations in the report are based on information provided by Member States and regional organizations. UN Secretary GeneralUN Secretary-General Report
10/1/11Report of the Secretary-General on the protection of Somali natural resources and watersA report submitted pursuant to Security Council resolution 1976 (2011). It reviews information currently available relating to illegal fishing and illegal dumping off the coast of Somalia and assesses the potential environmental and economic costs for the country, and examines the status of Somalia’s natural resources and the corresponding legal framework on their protection and exploitation.  UN Secretary GeneralUN Secretary-General Report
10/1/11Report of the Secretary-General pursuant to Security Council resolution 1950 (2010)This report updates the assessment contained in the Secretary-General’s report S/2010/556 and considers the situation of piracy and examines the political, legal and operational activities that have been undertaken by Member States, regional organizations and the United Nations and its partners in the fight against piracy and armed robbery at sea off the coast of Somalia, and concludes with observations. UN Secretary GeneralUN Secretary-General Report
1/1/12S/2012/50 - Report of the Secretary-General on specialized anti-piracy courts in Somalia and other States in the region This report is submitted pursuant to Security Council resolution 2015 (2011) outlines the kind of international assistance that would be required to help make specialized regional anti-piracy courts operational; the procedural arrangements required for transfer of apprehended pirates and related evidence; the projected case capacity of such courts; and the projected timeline and costs for such courts. UN Secretary GeneralUN Secretary-General Report

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