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1 UNITED NATIONS FINANCIAL PRESENTATION 12 October 2010 Angela Kane Under-Secretary-General for Management

2 Key Components (US$ millions) 1 31 December October 2010 AssessmentsRegular budget 2,4992,167 Peacekeeping 5,7659,510 Tribunals Capital Master Plan 341 Unpaid assessmentsRegular budget Peacekeeping 1,8533,191 Tribunals 3750 Capital Master Plan 2184

3 Key Components * Not including reserve accounts (US$ millions) 2 31 December 2009 (Actual) 31 December 2010 (Estimates) Cash on handRegular budget* Peacekeeping* 2,185 3,222 Tribunals Capital Master Plan* Estimated level of debt owed to Member StatesPeacekeeping775430

4 Regular Budget – Financial Position (US$ millions) Difference Prior-years balance* Assessments2,4992, Payments received 2,0861, Unpaid assessments 830**787***43 * As at 1 January ** As at 13 October 2009 *** As at 5 October 2010

5 Number of Member States paying in full their Regular Budget Assessments at Year-End Including Member States owing less than $100 * At 5 October 2010, compared to 120 at 13 October

6 Fully Paid for Regular Budget Assessments* at 5 October 2010: 119 Member States** 5 *Including Member States owing less than $100 **Compared to 120 Member States as at 13 October 2009 Afghanistan Albania Algeria Andorra Antigua and Barbuda Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Belgium Bolivia (Plurinational State of) Bosnia and Herzegovina Brazil Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burundi Canada Cape Verde Chad China Colombia Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Democratic People's Republic of Korea Democratic Republic of Congo Denmark Djibouti Dominican Republic Ecuador El Salvador Equatorial Guinea Estonia Finland France Georgia Germany Greece Guatemala Guyana Honduras Iceland India Indonesia Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Lao People's Democratic Republic Latvia Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Liechtenstein Luxembourg Madagascar Malaysia Mali Malta Marshall Islands Mauritius Monaco Mongolia Myanmar Namibia Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Nigeria Norway Oman Pakistan Palau Philippines Poland Portugal Republic of Korea Republic of Moldova Romania Russian Federation Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Vincent and Grenadines Samoa San Marino Saudi Arabia Seychelles Singapore Slovenia South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Sweden Switzerland Syrian Arab Republic Tajikistan Thailand Timor - Leste Togo Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Tuvalu Uganda Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland United Republic of Tanzania Uruguay Uzbekistan Viet Nam Zimbabwe

7 Regular Budget Assessments Outstanding at 5 October 2010 (US$ millions) 6 73 Member States Total outstanding = $787 million

8 Regular Budget Cash Position (US$ millions) 7 31 December October 2010 Regular Budget Working Capital Fund150 Special Account Combined General Fund918897

9 Regular Budget Cash Position* Actual and projected figures for General Fund for 2009 – 2010** (US$ millions) 8 * Does not include balances in Working Capital Fund and Special Account ** Estimates for October – December 2010 Final cash position for regular budget in 2010 – crucially dependent on payments of outstanding contributions from a few Member States

10 Peacekeeping – Financial Position at 5 October 2010 (US$ millions) 9 Outstanding assessments at 31 December 20091,853 Assessments during 2010*9,510 Total11,363 Payments/credits received during 20108,172 Outstanding assessments at 5 October 20103,191 * Including assessment for $408 million for UNMIL issued on 29 September 2010

11 Unpaid Peacekeeping Assessments Total = $2,121 millionTotal = $3,191 million (US$ millions) 10

12 Fully Paid all peacekeeping assessments* due and payable at 5 October 2010: 11 Member States** Australia Azerbaijan Canada Chad Democratic Republic of Congo Denmark Germany Liechtenstein South Africa Switzerland United Republic of Tanzania *Including Member States owing less than $100 ** Compared to 19 Member States as at 13 October

13 (US$ millions) Peacekeeping Cash at 5 October 2010 TOTAL $4,510 million 12

14 (US$ millions) Projected Peacekeeping Cash at 31 December 2010 TOTAL $3,363 million 13

15 Closed Peacekeeping Missions Projected Cash at End of 2010 CLOSED MISSIONS $435 million Less: $192 million for liabilities $243 million remaining 14

16 Amounts owed for Troops/Formed-Police Units and COE for (US$ million) 15 Actual 2009 * Projected January New obligations 1,8752,039 Payments to Member States (1,529)(2,384) 31 December * As per A/64/643, Table 10 (updated figures)

17 Projected 2010 Debt Situation Increase in new obligations compared to 2009 is primarily due to increased deployment of military and police personnel in UNAMID and deployment of additional military contingent and formed police units in MINUSTAH, partly offset by the reduction in the deployed military strength of UNIFIL and UNMIL. Payments for troops/formed police unit costs are current up to August 2010 for all 13 active missions. Payments for contingent-owned equipment are current up to June 2010 for all 13 active missions. Payment for COE/SS claims are contingent on the timely finalization of MOUs and subsequent claims certification by DFS. As of October 2010, out of 373 MOUs for currently deployed units in peacekeeping missions, 59 MOUs (16%), primarily related to MINURCAT, MINUSTAH and UNAMID are yet to be finalized. The amount owed to troop and police contributing countries as at 8 October 2010 takes into account payments of US$ 310 million for troop cost and US$ 217 million for COE made on 7 and 8 October 2010 respectively. Outstanding balance reflects 1 month of troops/formed police unit costs (US$ 101 million), COE liabilities for active missions (US$ 308 million), COE claims for closed missions and Letters of Assist (US$ 130 million), and Death and Disability Claims (US$ 1.7 million). 16

18 Amounts owed to troop-and police-contributing countries as at 8 October 2010 (US$ millions) 17 TOTAL $541 million 77 Member States

19 International Tribunals – Financial Position * Including Member States owing less than $ October October 2010 Member States paid in full*8388 Member States with amounts outstanding to one or both tribunals Payments received ($ millions) Unpaid assessments ($ millions) 6350

20 Fully Paid for Tribunal Assessments* at 5 October 2010: 88 Member States** 19 *Including Member States owing less than $100 **Compared to 83 Member States as at 13 October 2009 Andorra Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Brazil Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Burkina Faso Canada China Colombia Costa Rica Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Democratic People's Republic of Korea Democratic Republic of Congo Denmark Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Estonia Finland France Georgia Germany Greece Guyana Honduras Iceland Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Japan Kazakhstan Kuwait Lao People's Democratic Republic Latvia Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Liechtenstein Luxembourg Madagascar Mauritius Monaco Mongolia Montenegro Namibia Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Nigeria Norway Palau Panama Philippines Poland Portugal Republic of Korea Republic of Moldova Romania Russian Federation San Marino Saudi Arabia Serbia Singapore Slovakia Slovenia South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Suriname Sweden Switzerland Syrian Arab Republic Tajikistan Thailand Trinidad and Tobago Turkey Turkmenistan United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland United Republic of Tanzania Uzbekistan

21 Unpaid Tribunal Assessments as at 5 October 2010 (US$ millions) * 5 October $ million

22 104 Member States Total outstanding = $50 million (US$ millions) International Tribunals Amounts Outstanding at 5 October

23 International Tribunals Cash Position Actual and projected figures for Tribunals for 2009 – 2010* (US$ millions) 22 * Estimates for October – December 2010

24 Capital Master Plan (CMP) (US$ millions) 23 *Not Including payments to the Working Capital Reserve Fund. The WCRF was established at a level of $45 million with amounts received totaling $44.9 million * *Reflects future assessments (Option A), advance payments received as of 5 October 2010, and contributions which would become due upon assessment , ,869 Future Amounts: 2011** Total 841,4441,528 Subtotal , , Outstanding Payments as at 5 October 2010* Assessments

25 Capital Master Plan Cash Position* Actual and projected figures for CMP Fund for 2009 – 2010** (US$ millions) 24 * Does not include balances in the Working Capital Reserve Fund. The WCRF was established at a level of $45 million with amounts received totaling $44.9 million. ** Estimates for October – December 2010

26 Fully Paid for Capital Master Plan Due and Payable* as at 5 October 2010: 113 Member States** 25 *Including Member States owing less than $100 ** Compared to 119 Member States as at 13 October 2009 Albania Algeria Andorra Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Belarus Belgium Belize Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Brazil Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Burkina Faso Cambodia Canada China Colombia Costa Rica Croatia Cuba Czech Republic Democratic People's Republic of Korea Democratic Republic of Congo Denmark Ecuador Egypt Estonia Finland France Georgia Germany Greece Grenada Guatemala Honduras Iceland Indonesia Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Japan Kazakhstan Kiribati Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Lao People's Democratic Republic Latvia Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Madagascar Malaysia Mali Malta Marshall Islands Mexico Monaco Mongolia Montenegro Morocco Mozambique Myanmar Namibia Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Nigeria Norway Oman Paraguay Philippines Poland Portugal Republic of Korea Romania Russian Federation Samoa San Marino Saudi Arabia Serbia Singapore Slovakia Slovenia South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Suriname Sweden Switzerland Syrian Arab Republic Tajikistan Thailand Trinidad and Tobago Turkey Turkmenistan Tuvalu Uganda Ukraine United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland United Republic of Tanzania Uruguay Uzbekistan Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) Viet Nam Zimbabwe

27 All Assessments Due and Payable at 11 October 2010 Paid in Full*: 12 Member States** Australia Azerbaijan Canada Democratic Republic of Congo Denmark Germany Liechtenstein Netherlands Singapore Switzerland South Africa United Republic of Tanzania 26 * Including Member States owing less than $100 ** Compared to 18 Member States as at 13 October 2009

28 CONCLUSIONS Financial indicators show a mixed picture for 2010, with improvement in some areas. Cash positions are projected to be positive at year-end for all funds, although the final outcome is dependant on last quarter contributions. Debt to Member States is projected to decrease to $430 million at end 2010, compared to $775 million at end Unpaid assessments reflect decreased levels compared to one year ago for all categories except for peacekeeping operations. The increase in unpaid peacekeeping assessments in 2010 is mainly related to the higher level of assessments in Unpaid assessments continue to be highly concentrated for all categories; however, for peacekeeping operations there continues to be some gradual improvement. 12 Member States had paid in full for all categories as at 11 October 2010, compared to 18 Member States one year ago. In order to maintain financial health of the Organization it remains as critical as ever for Member States to meet their financial obligations to the United Nations in full and on time. 27


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