Historical United Nations Security Council
United Nations Security Council, the United Nations (UN) organ whose primary responsibility is the maintenance of international peace and security, like the UN as a whole, was created after World War II to address the failings of the League of Nations in maintaining world peace. It held its first session on 17 January 1946. The Security Council is the United Nations’ principal crisis-management body and is empowered to impose binding obligations.
Agenda Item 1
The Cyprus Conflict Against the United Nations Security Council and the Security Council's Attention to the Problem.
In YIAMUN'23 HUNSC delegates will be tasked with solving two of the Security Council's past major problems. The first agenda item is the Cyprus problem against the United Nations Security Council and the Security Council's Attention to the Problem. The Cyprus problem came to be when inter-communal violence broke out on the island in late 1963 and centuries of peaceful coexistence collapsed. Turkey as a result sent troops to Cyprus to allegedly protect Turkish Cypriots.
Agenda Item 2
The Kosovo Question, the Attitude of the United Nations Security Council, and the Comparison of the actions taken With the Example of Cyprus and acting accordingly.
The second agenda item is the Kosovo Question, the attitude of the United Nations Security Council, and the comparison of the actions taken with the example of Cyprus and acting accordingly. The political status of Kosovo, also known as the Kosovo question, is the subject of a long-running political and territorial dispute between the Serbian government and the Government of Kosovo, stemming from the breakup of Yugoslavia (1991–92) and the ensuing Kosovo War (1998–99). The HUNSC delegates are expected to act fast and logically to solve these devastating threats against world peace.