The Security Council discusses the political aspects of peacekeeping operations.
Many types of documents are issued by the Security Council in its work on peacekeeping.
Security Council adopts resolutions to:
The Security Council President, on behalf of the Council, may make statements to:
Resolutions and presidential statements are adopted or presented at formal meetings of the Security Council.
Preparatory work for formal meetings is conducted in closed informal consultations for which no public records are issued.
Reports of the Secretary-General to the Security Council on peacekeeping issues:
The issues dealt with by an exchange of letters between the Secretary-General and the President of the Security Council typically include:
Issuance of exchange of letters: