Series comprises the documented record of the Secretary-General's involvement in the Cyprus conflicts, both political (including nation building), and military, that is, the activities of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP). Records include code cables, correspondence, speeches, handwritten notes, and photographs. Organizational aspects of UNFICYP are documented, as are invasion, ceasefire, refugee issues, the coup of the Cyprus National Guard, the death of Presiden Makarios, etc. Correspondents include Turk and Greek UN representatives, as well as other officials and national figures. Arranged in broad categories in the following order (and therein chronologically): 'notes for the files', 'UNFICYP', 'country files', 'chronological files', intercommunal talks', 'correspondence', UN documents, and miscellaneous records, including clear cables.
Series documents the administrative aspects of the Secretary-General's responsibilities. The administrative filing system was arranged into the following broad functional areas: organization, general administration (SG's annual reports, departments, UNOG, meetings, public relations, etc.), buildings, finance and budget, and personnel (staff associations, Soviet and Chinese staff case files, top echelon posts, etc.). Correspondents are primarily senior staff and some member state representatives. Arranged in functional categories; please note that the last boxes of the series had been separated from the filing system so appear out of sequence.
Variations in title: Previously called "Administrative matters"
Source of title: Title based on function (and taken from previous finding aid).
Series documents the interaction of the Secretary-General with top management of Secretariat departments. Records include correspondence and official documents.
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File contains 3 items originally classified "confidential" and 1 item originally classified "personal".
Series consists of correspondence with high profile individuals, public figures and outside organizations, as well as "Protests, petitions, comments" from the general public worldwide. Records include holiday and birthday greetings, thank you notes, condolences, speaking invitations, and invitations to various events. Arranged in two alphabetical sequences followed by miscellaneous files, and finally, the "Protests" etc.