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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
2/1/05UN General Assembly Resolution 59-24 Emphasizes the importance of reporting acts of piracy and sharing information between states affected by piracy. The resolution calls upon states to facilitate the apprehension and prosecution of suspected pirates, urges all states to adopt national legislation to combat piracy and armed robbery at sea, and to become parties to the SUA Convention and its Protocol. 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
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
1/1/10S/2009/684* - Report of the Secretary-General on SomaliaThis report submitted by the UN Secretary-General to the UN Security Council provides an update on major developments in Somalia, and assesses the political, security, human rights and humanitarian situation, as well as progress made in implementing the three-phased incremental approach set out in the April 2009 report by the UN Secretary-General. It also covers the operational activities of the United Nations and the international community’s counter-piracy efforts.  View publication UN Secretary GeneralUN Secretary-General Report
7/1/10S/2010/394 - Report of the Secretary-General on possible options to further the aim of prosecuting and imprisoning persons responsible for acts of piracy and armed robbery at sea off the coast of Somalia…The Security Council, in its resolution 1918 (2010) of 27 April 2010, requested the Secretary-General to present a report on possible options to further the aim of prosecuting and imprisoning persons responsible for acts of piracy and armed robbery at sea off the coast of Somalia. This is the report submitted by the Secretary-General, containing 7 options for the Security Council’s consideration. UN Secretary GeneralUN Secretary-General Report
8/1/12S/2012/643 - Report of the Secretary-General on SomaliaThis report provides an update on major developments that occurred in Somalia on the three major tracks of the UN approach — (a) political; (b) security; and (c) humanitarian, recovery and development, and human rights — between 1 May 2012 and 15 August 2012. The report also assesses the progress made in the implementation of the road map for ending the transition. UN Secretary GeneralUN Secretary-General Report
3/1/09S/2009/146 - Report of the Secretary-General pursuant to Security Council resolution 1846Submitted pursuant to Security Council resolution 1846 (2008), which requested the UN Secretary-General to report on ways to ensure the long-term security of international navigation off the coast of Somalia, including the security of World Food Programme maritime deliveries to Somalia, and a possible coordination and leadership role for the UN to counter piracy and armed robbery at sea off the coast of Somalia. UN Secretary GeneralUN Secretary-General Report
1/1/13S/2013/69 - Report of the Secretary-General on SomaliaThis report was submitted pursuant to Security Council resolution 2010 (2011) and provides an update on major developments that occurred in Somalia on the three major tracks of the United Nations approach — (i) political; (ii) security; and (iii) humanitarian, recovery and development, and human rights — between 16 August 2012 and 15 January 2013.  UN Secretary GeneralUN Secretary-General Report

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