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1 The United Nations Financial Situation 11 October 2012 United Nations Yukio Takasu Under-Secretary-General for Management

2 1 The United Nations Financial Situation Key Components 31 Dec Oct 2012 AssessmentsRegular budget2,4152,412 Peacekeeping8,651 4,644* Tribunals Capital Master Plan341- Unpaid AssessmentsRegular budget Peacekeeping2,6251,850 Tribunals2763 Capital Master Plan875 Unpaid AssessmentsRegular budget1935 (percentage)Peacekeeping3040 Tribunals927 Capital Master Plan26- (US$ millions) * 2012/2013 assessments reduced in scale year (peacekeeping rates for 2013 not yet decided)

3 2 The United Nations Financial Situation Key Components 31 Dec Oct 2012 Cash on Hand *Regular budget*94149 Peacekeeping*3,6363,597 Tribunals Capital Master Plan* (US$ millions) * Not including reserve accounts Outstanding Payments to Member States Peacekeeping Dec 2012

4 Difference Prior years balance* Assessments 2,4152,412(3) Payments received 1,8992, Unpaid assessments** (12) * As at 1 January ** As at 5 October The United Nations Financial Situation Regular Budget: Assessment Status (US$ millions) Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan

5 4 The United Nations Financial Situation Regular Budget Assessments Number of Member States paying in full at Year-end Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan * At 5 October 2012, compared to 131 Member States as at 5 October 2011 *

6 5 San Marino Serbia Singapore Slovakia Slovenia South Africa Spain Sweden Switzerland Syrian Arab Republic Tajikistan Thailand Togo Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Tuvalu Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United Republic of Tanzania Uzbekistan Zambia Zimbabwe Maldives Malta Marshall Islands Mauritius Monaco Mongolia Montenegro Mozambique Myanmar Namibia Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Niger Norway Oman Paraguay Peru Poland Portugal Qatar Republic of Korea Republic of Moldova Romania Russian Federation Rwanda Samoa Guyana Honduras Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Lao Peoples Democratic Republic Latvia Lesotho Liberia Libya Liechtenstein Luxembourg Madagascar Malawi Malaysia Cape Verde Chad Chile China Colombia Costa Rica Cote dIvoire Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Dominica Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia Finland France Gambia Georgia Germany Ghana Greece Guatemala Afghanistan Albania Algeria Andorra Antigua and Barbuda Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Barbados Belgium Belize Bhutan Bolivia Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Brazil Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Burkina Faso Cambodia Cameroon Canada The United Nations Financial Situation Regular Budget Assessments Fully paid at 5 October 2012: 129 Member States* Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan * Compared to 131 Member States at 5 October 2011

7 Unpaid Regular Budget Assessments (US$ millions) The United Nations Financial Situation Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan 6 Outstanding Member State5 Oct 2012 United States744 Mexico42 Saudi Arabia20 Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of)14 59 Other Member States35 Total855

8 7 Regular Budget Cash Position Actual (US$ millions) The United Nations Financial Situation Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan 31 December October 2012 Regular Budget Working Capital Fund 150 Special Account Combined General Fund

9 8 The United Nations Financial Situation Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan Regular Budget Cash Position * Actual Figures for Regular Budget for (US$ millions) * Does not include balances in Working Capital Fund and Special Account ** At 5 October 2012 Disbursements for the rest of 2012 are projected to be around $776 million. **

10 The United Nations Financial Situation Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan Outstanding assessments at 31 Dec 20112,625 Assessments during Jan-5 Oct 2012*4,644 Total7,269 Payments/credits received during Jan-5 Oct ,419 Outstanding assessments at 5 Oct 2012**1,850 Peacekeeping: Assessment Status at 5 October 2012 (US$ millions) * 2012/2013 assessments reduced in scale year (peacekeeping rates for 2013 not yet decided) ** Including assessments within 30-day period for UNIFIL and UNMIL (issued on 14 and 28 September 2012) 9

11 10 *Compared to 17 Member States at 5 October 2011 Peacekeeping Assessments Fully paid - due and payable at 11 Oct 2012: 32 Member States* The United Nations Financial Situation Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan Australia Austria Burkina Faso Canada China Costa Rica Cote dIvoire Czech Republic Denmark Finland Germany Iceland Ireland Israel Kazakhstan Kenya Latvia Libya Malawi Monaco Netherlands New Zealand Niger Norway Republic of Korea Republic of Moldova Russian Federation Singapore South Africa Sweden Switzerland United Republic of Tanzania

12 Unpaid Peacekeeping Assessments* (Actual) (US$ millions) Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan Member State5 Oct 2011 Japan648 Spain490 United States405 Italy251 United Kingdom174 Republic of Korea168 Ukraine140 China121 Greece117 Others790 Total3,304 Member State5 Oct 2012 Japan356 United States347 Italy137 Ukraine134 Saudi Arabia118 Spain115 United Kingdom*99 Greece76 United Arab Emirates 56 Others*412 Total1, *Payments received after the cut-off date of 5 October 2012 are not reflected on this page.

13 12 Peacekeeping Cash Position Actual Figures for Peacekeeping for (US$ millions) The United Nations Financial Situation Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan * At 5 October 2012 *

14 13 Outstanding Payments to Member States Amounts Owed for Troops/Formed-Police Units and Contingent-Owned Equipment (US$ millions) The United Nations Financial Situation Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan Actual 2011*Projected January New obligations 2,0142,050 Payments to Member States(2,024)(2,067) 31 December529 Over 12 months: 90 Less than 12 months: Over 12 months: 93 Less than 12 months: 419 * Reference A/66/679, table 17 (updated figures)

15 Outstanding Payments to Member States Projected 2012 Outstanding Payments (US$ millions) 14 The United Nations Financial Situation Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan * Payments for troops/formed police unit costs for all missions including supplemental payments will be current up to Aug/Sep 2012, except MINURSO up to Feb 2011, UNFICYP up to Feb 2012,and UNMIT up to Oct ** Payments for COE for active missions will be current up to Aug 2012 except MINURSO, UNFICYP, UNMIT and UNSOA. *** does not include Letters of Assist and death and disability claim costs which have balances of $76 million and $1 million at 1 October 2012 respectively. 31 Dec Oct Oct Dec 2012 (Projected) Troop/formed police unit costs COE claims (active missions) COE claims (closed missions)86 TOTAL *** * **

16 The United Nations Financial Situation Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan Outstanding Payment to Member States Amounts Owed for Troops/Formed Police Units and COE at 1 October 2012 (US$ millions) TOTAL 1,062 million* *including Letter of assist 83 Member States 15

17 The United Nations Financial Situation Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan 16 Tribunals: Assessment Status* The United Nations Financial Situation Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan 5 Oct Oct 2012 Member States paid in full9395 Member States with amounts outstanding to one or both tribunals, and/or international residual mechanism 9997 Payments received (US$ millions) Unpaid Assessments (US$ millions)5663 * Including assessments for the International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, and the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals

18 Andorra Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Belgium Belize Benin Bhutan Bosnia and Herzegovina Brazil Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Burkina Faso Cameroon Canada Chile China Colombia Costa Rica Cote dIvoire Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Ecuador Egypt Eritrea Estonia Finland France Georgia Germany Ghana Guyana Haiti Hungary Iceland India Ireland Israel Italy Japan Kazakhstan Kenya Kuwait Lao Peoples Democratic Republic Latvia Lesotho Liberia Libya Liechtenstein Luxembourg Madagascar Malawi Malaysia Mauritius Monaco Mongolia Namibia Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Niger Norway Oman Panama Poland Qatar Republic of Korea Republic of Moldova Romania Samoa San Marino Senegal Singapore Slovakia South Africa Sweden Switzerland Syrian Arab Republic Tajikistan Thailand Timor Leste Turkey Turkmenistan Ukraine United Kingdom United Republic of Tanzania Uzbekistan Zambia 17 Tribunal Assessments Fully paid at 5 October 2012: 95 Member States The United Nations Financial Situation Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan *Compared to 93 Member States at 5 October 2011

19 18 Outstanding Tribunal Assessments at 31 December (US$ millions) The United Nations Financial Situation Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan * Outstanding as at 5 October 2012 *

20 19 The United Nations Financial Situation Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan Unpaid Tribunal Assessments at 5 October 2012 (US$ millions) Member StateOutstanding United States33 Spain 7 Russian Federation4 Indonesia3 Mexico3 92 Other Member States13 Total63 97 Member States

21 20 The United Nations Financial Situation Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan Tribunals Cash Position Actual Figures for Tribunals for * At 5 October 2012 *

22 21 Assessments1,868.7 Payments at 5 Oct 2012*1,864.1 Unpaid assessments4.6 * Not including payments to the working capital reserve fund of $45 million, which had an outstanding balance of $8,335 at 5 Oct Capital Master Plan (US$ millions) The United Nations Financial Situation Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan

23 22 The United Nations Financial Situation Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan Capital Master Plan Cash Position* Actual figures for CMP Fund for * Does not include balances in Working Capital Reserve ** At 5 October 2012 **

24 23 Capital Master Plan Fully paid at 5 Oct 2012: 149 Member States The United Nations Financial Situation Regular budget Peacekeeping Tribunals Capital Master Plan Albania Algeria Andorra Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Barbados Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bhutan Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Brazil Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Burkina Faso Cameroon Canada Chile China Colombia Congo Costa Rica Cote dIvoire Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea Democratic Republic of Congo Denmark Djibouti Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Eritrea Estonia Finland France Georgia Germany Ghana Greece Grenada Guatemala Guinea Guyana Haiti Honduras Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Kiribati Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Lao Peoples Democratic Republic Latvia Lebanon Lesotho Liberia Libya Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Madagascar Malawi Malaysia Mali Malta Mauritius Mexico Monaco Mongolia Montenegro Mozambique Myanmar Namibia Nauru Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Niger Nigeria Norway Oman Pakistan Panama Paraguay Philippines Poland Portugal Qatar Republic of Korea Republic of Moldova Romania Russian Federation Saint Kitts and Nevis Samoa San Marino Saudi Arabia Senegal Serbia Singapore Slovakia Slovenia Solomon Islands South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Suriname Sweden Switzerland Syrian Arab Republic Tajikistan Thailand Timor Leste Togo Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Tuvalu Uganda Ukraine United Kingdom United Republic of Tanzania United States of America Uruguay Uzbekistan Venezuela Viet Nam Zambia Zimbabwe *Compared to 124 Member States at 5 October 2011

25 24 All Assessments Due and payable at 11 October 2012 Paid in Full: 31 Member States compared to 18 Member States at 11 October 2011 The United Nations Financial Situation Australia Austria Burkina Faso Canada China Costa Rica Cote dIvoire Czech Republic Denmark Finland Germany Iceland Ireland Israel Kazakhstan Kenya Latvia Libya Malawi Monaco Netherlands New Zealand Niger Norway Republic of Korea Republic of Moldova Singapore South Africa Sweden Switzerland United Republic of Tanzania

26 25 Conclusions The United Nations Financial Situation Cash positions are positive at year end except regular budget. Outstanding payments to Member States will decrease to $512 million at the end of Regular budget is facing pressure at year end. The financial health of the Organization continues to depend on Member States meeting their financial obligations in full and on time. The number of Member States meeting full obligations is higher, with 31 Member States, compared to 18 last year.


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