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Reports and surveys

Series consists of correspondence and memoranda, notes and working papers, situation reports on countries, and statements and news clippings. Reports and surveys include Daily Reports to the Secretary-General, Nos. 1-968 for the years 1949-1955; Daily General Assembly Reports-GA VIII, Nos. 1-95, prepared by the General Political Division of the Department of Security Council Affairs for the use of the Secretary-General and immediate assistants, 1953; Selective Survey of International Political Events arranged numerically by items, Nos. 1-159, 1949-1955; and Political and Security Council Reports on countries, also known as 'Protitch Reports', dating from 1947-1958, consisting of notes for the Secretary- General on political affairs. Correspondents include Secretaries-General Trygve Lie and Dag Hammarskjold; D. Protitch, Under Secretary-General for Political and Security Council Affairs; and Leo Malania, Executive Assistant to the Executive Assistant to the Secretary-General.

Accession numbers: A/384, 62/1104, A/285, A/286, 63/133

Political Affairs - Coordination, partnership - Discussion and negotiation

Records contained in S-1835 document political coordination and negotiation led by the Co-Chairmen of the International Conference on the Former Yugoslavia (ICFY) with former Yugoslav leaders in partnership with the European Community, United Nations agencies, and intergovernmental organizations. The records also document the Co-Chairmen’s internal discussions with high-level officials in the Department of Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO), the Department of Political Affairs (DPA), and the United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR).

S-1835 contains records of the ICFY’s Steering Committee, which was established at The London Conference held on 26-27 August 1992. Records of the Steering Committee consist of: reports on Steering Committee meetings for ICFY internal use; briefs delivered by the Co-Chairmen; memoranda regarding membership of the Committee; letters to the Co-Chairmen from representatives of foreign countries; and lists of delegates attending meetings. Also included are records relating to the Coordination Body for the Implementation of the Vance-Owen Peace Plan and the Arbitration Commission.

Other records concern working groups created by the ICFY, including: the Working Group on Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Working Group on Confidence and Security-Building and Verification Measures, the Economic Issues Working Group, the Working Group on Ethnic and National Communities and Minorities, the Humanitarian Issues Working Group, the Mostar Working Group, and the Working Group on Secession Issues. Meetings often were conducted at the ICFY Secretariat at the Palais de Nations in Geneva, Switzerland. Attendees included: representatives of United Nations agencies and Member States; ambassadors and government representatives; and delegations of former Yugoslav republics. Records of working groups consist of: programme agenda; lists of meeting attendees; discussion papers related to the meeting agenda; statements delivered by the Co-Chairmen and by meeting attendees; and summaries of meetings and periodic reports on the activities of working groups.

S-1835 also contains summaries of Co-Chairmen’s meetings held in Geneva with representatives of governments of the former Yugoslavia. Additionally, there are summaries of meetings that took place during the Co-Chairmen’s visits to the former Yugoslavia to meet with political leaders. Also included in S-1835 are the personal subject files of Co-Chairman Cyrus R. Vance and Deputy Co-Chairman Herbert S. Okun.

Also included in S-1835 are records pertaining to the development of peace agreements, constitutional agreements, ceasefire agreements, and economic agreements brokered by the ICFY. Among these are: the Invincible Plan of July and August 1993; constitutional agreement for Bosnia and Herzegovina, dating from 1993 and 1994; the Washington Agreement of 1994; the Economic Agreement of 2 December 1994; the Agreement on the Krajina, Slavonia, Southern Baranja and Western Sirmium of 1994 and 1995; and the Dayton Agreement of 1995. Records include: draft and final agreements; briefs and outlines for proposed changes to agreements; hand-marked maps depicting areas in the former Yugoslavia; and correspondence about the agreements.

In addition, there are files pertaining to countries in the former Yugoslavia. These primarily hold code cables exchanged between: the Co-Chairmen; the Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG); and Kofi Annan, the Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations at United Nations headquarters in New York. Also included in country files are internal documents produced by the ICFY Co-Chairmen and their advisors, such as: talking points; working papers; draft agreements; and briefs on political and military developments in regions. Additionally, there are letters between the Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG) and government representatives, including: the President of the Republic of Serbia Slobodan Miloševic; the President of Republika Srpska, Dr. Radovan Karadžic; the President of Bosnia and Herzegovina Alija Izetbegovic; the President of the Croatian Republic of Herceg-Bosna, Mate Boban; and the leader of the Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia, Fikret Abdic.

Additionally, S-1835 contains: draft reports prepared by the Co-Chairmen on the activities of the ICFY and submitted to the Security Council; summaries of meetings between United Nations officials and representatives of UNPROFOR, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and the North Atlantic Council (NAC); briefs written by the Co-Chairmen and sent to the SRSG on developments in the peace process with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO); periodic reports on the activities of the ICFY’s Mission to the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY) undertaken in 1995 and 1996; memoranda prepared by the Legal Advisor to the ICFY about matters concerning the administration of Mostar and Sarajevo in Bosnia and Herzegovina by the European Union and the United Nations; briefs on the implementation of sanctions against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY), authored by the Co-Chairmen and sent to the Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations; periodic situation reports issued by the Sanctions Assistance Missions Communication Centre (SAMCOMM) of the European Union’s European Commission; press statements issued by the Co-Chairmen of the ICFY; and petitions and appeals urging cessation of conflict in the region, sent to the ICFY from non-governmental organizations and individuals.

Economic and Social Council Secretariat

Series consists of the records of the Secretary of the Economic and Social Council, including Session working files (from the Second to the Thirteenth Sessions), the supporting documents relating to associated commissions, conferences, international organizations, specialized agencies, and administrative records relating to Council matters. Arranged in the order cited.

Subject Files of the United Nations Memorial Cemetery in Korea (UNMCK)

Series consists of correspondence, cables, telegrams, memoranda, handwritten documents, aides memoires, formal reports, administrative reports, internment and evacuation reports, formal agreements, appendices, extracts, applications, contracts, disbursement vouchers, purchase orders, bills of sale, invoices, parcel post receipts, disposition forms, job orders, employment ID cards, insurance membership cards, insurance enrollment cards, income tax reimbursement forms, payroll ledgers, travelling schedule forms, brochures, booklets, press clippings, building plans, drawings, programmes, schedules, lists, time-sheets, maps, photographs, and business cards.

Subjects include but are not limited to the following: administration; personnel; maintenance of UN Memorial Cemetery in Korea; regulations; security; equipment; construction; landscaping; water supply system; soil testing; pest control; finance; taxation; UNMCK permanent buildings; UN Memorial Service Hall; Turkish Army Memorial Day; Korean gateway cemetery; souvenir shop; UN commemorative postal stamp; postal privileges; photographing graves; local community issues; and incidents.

Correspondents include Zouheir Kuzbari, Principal Secretary, UNCURK; Ahmet Ozbundun, Principal Secretary, UNCURK; James D.P. Whyte, Chief Administrative Officer, UNCURK; Ali Nekunam, Custodian, UNMCK; George A. Humphries, Assistant Custodian, UNMCK; Arthur L. Bourgeois, Supervisor, UNMCK; Kim Hyan Ok, Major of Pusan City; and Hung San Construction Co. Ltd.

Administrative Files of the United Nations Commission for Unification and Rehabilitation of Korea (UNCURK)

United Nations Commission for Unification and Rehabilitation of Korea (UNCURK)

Series consists of correspondence, cables, handwritten documents, administrative reports, area reports, field service reports, forms, draft press releases, draft addresses and speeches, draft resolutions, annexes, agendas, minutes of meetings, administrative instructions, personnel directives, authorization letters, periodicals, news clippings, bills of sale, vouchers, inventories, itineraries, lists, indexes, registers, logs, aides memoires, protocol files, blueprints, drawings, and photographs. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: UNCURK commissions and committees; field trips; radio equipment; personnel; administrative procedures; logistical support; postal procedures; ration controls; financial budgets; income tax; travel arrangements; health insurance; property survey board; Status of Forces Amendment (SOFA); Convention on Privileges and Immunity of the UN; Presidential Election of 1971; National Assembly Election of 1971; National Conference for Unification Elections in 1972; and UN Peace Medal. Correspondents include Kurt Waldheim, UN Secretary-General; Ali Nekunam, Principal Secretary, UNCURK; Zouheir Kuzbari, Principal Secretary, UNCURK; Bulend Kestelli, Chairman, Committee of UNCURK; George A. Humphries, Chief Administrative Officer, UNCURK; James Whyte, Chief Administrative Officer, UNCURK; and William L. Magistretti, Acting Director, UN Information Centre, Tokyo.

Press Releases

Series relates to matters addressed by U Thant in various press release formats including: notes from correspondents, text from SG, and announcements from SG. Issues such as peacekeeping forces in Cyprus, UNFICYP, assistance to Costa Rica, statement on situation in Vietnam, Twentieth Anniversary of UN, congratulations to US astronauts, disarmament conference in Geneva, WNAR landing by LUNA 9, Scientific Committee on effects of Atomic Radiation, signing of outer space treaty, refugees/aid to Middle East, and disarmament are covered. Records consist of clippings, draft press releases, and press statements used to create press releases. Correspondents include U Thant, Secretary-General; C.V. Narasimhan, Associate Managing Director of the Special Fund; Manuel Prado, President of Peru; and Adlai Stevenson, Permanent Representative of teh US to th UN. U Thant was Secretary-General from 1961-1971. Series arrangement: alphanumeric.

Trusteeship and Non-Self Governing Territories

Administrative history: The Registry Section was established ca. 1954; the system was discontinued in 1979, after the decision to move to a decentralized records management system. Function was the centralization of Secretariat recordkeeping in one large classification system. Predecessor was Central Registry Section. Succeeded by decentralized recordkeeping by departments in consultation with the Archives Section's records management programme.

Series consists of the Registry Section's files relating to Trusteeship matters. Arranged numerically according to filing plan, and therein chronologically.

Peacekeeping - Middle East

Series consists of appendices, business cards, code cables, interview transcriptions, memoranda, newspaper clippings, photographs, tables, cables, handwritten notes, letters, reports, translations, agreements, cartoons, drafts, proposals, minutes of meetings, press releases, summary records of meetings, transcripts of press conferences, lists. Subjects include but are not limited to the following circumstances surrounding the Six Day War fund for Arab refugees positions of Israel and United Arab Republic (UAR) on the conflict and requirements for resolution Armistice Demarcation Line violations of Syrian-Israeli border Jordanian attacks on Israeli forces in Jerusalem closing of the Gulf of Aqaba decision to withdraw UNEF forces from UAR/Israeli border Big Four proposals for action in the Middle East terrorism demilitarization of the Sinai Peninsula cease fire Gunnar Jarring's reports on Middle East negotiations implementation of Security Council Resolution 242 good faith accord between Dag Hammarskjold and President Nasser regarding the UNEF in the UAR emergency meetings of the General Assembly death of President Nasser and the ascension of Anwar El-Sadat disunity between Arab states in the General Assembly attack on Government House in Jerusalem appeals made on the part of Iraqi Jews tried and convicted on charges of espionage appeals made on the part of nine Soviet Jews who were tried and convicted of hijacking a commercial airliner in Leningrad selection of Bibiano Osorio-Tafall as the Special Representative of the Secretary-General to Cyprus application of the Geneva Convention to UN forces. Correspondents include U Thant, Secretary-General Michael Comay, Permanent Representative from Israel Abdul Monem Rifai, Permanent Representative from Jordan Ambassador Gunnar Jarring, Special Representative of the Secretary-General to the Middle East Abba Eban, Foreign Minister, Israel Mahmoud Riad, Minister of Foreign Affairs, UAR Colin T. Crowe, Permanent Representative from the UK Constantin A. Stavropoulos, Legal Counsel Golda Meir, Prime Minister, Israel Mohammed El-Kony, Permanent Representative from the UAR Yakov Malik, Permanent Representative from USSR Yosef Tekoah, Permanent Representative from Israel Arthur J. Goldberg, Permanent Representative from the US Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, Under-Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs Lt. General Odd Bull, Chief of Staff, UNTSO. U Thant was Secretary-General from 1961 to 1971.

Private Records - 1961-1971

Series consists of code cables, cables, forms, handwritten notes, photographs, translations, letters, minutes of meetings, newspaper clippings, reports, speeches, drafts, invitations and resumes. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: the death of U Thant's son - condolences; heath issues, especially reoccurring ulcer - 'get well' wishes and concern; personal finances - housing, transportation, salary and accounts; birth of grandchildren; personal information on U Thant's family; birthday congratulations; Chinese representation in the UN; the situation in Vietnam; and daily reports from regional. Correspondents include U Thant, Secretary-General; C.V. Narasimhan, Chef de Cabinet; Jose Rolz-Bennett, Under Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs; C.A. Stavropoulos, Legal Counsel; Charles W. Yost, Permanent Representative, US; Y.A. Malik, Permanent Representative, USSR; Adlai E. Stevenson, Permanent Representative, US; Lord Caradon, Permanent Representative, UK; Dean Rusk, Secretary of State, US. U Thant was Secretary-General from 1961 to 1971.

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