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1 UNITED NATIONS FINANCIAL SITUATION 12 May 2011 Angela Kane Under-Secretary-General for Management

2 Key Components as at 31 December (Actual) (US$ millions) Assessments Regular Budget2,4992,166 Tribunals Peacekeeping5,7659,671 Capital Master Plan341 Unpaid Assessments Regular Budget Tribunals3727 Peacekeeping1,8532,461 Capital Master Plan22 Cash on Hand* Regular Budget* Tribunals10188 Peacekeeping*2,1853,088 Capital Master Plan* Debt owed to Member StatesPeacekeeping *Not including reserve accounts 1

3 REGULAR BUDGET

4 Regular Budget – Assessment Status as at 31 December (Actual) (US$ millions) Difference Prior-years balance* (82) Assessments2,4992,166(333) Payments received 2,5812,150(431) Unpaid assessments * As at 1 January

5 Number of Member States paying in full their Regular Budget Assessments at Year-End Including Member States owing less than $100 3

6 Fully Paid for Regular Budget Assessments as at 31 December 2010: 138 Member States * 4 * Including Member States owing less than $100 Afghanistan Albania Algeria Andorra Antigua and Barbuda Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Belarus Belgium Benin Bolivia Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Brazil Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burundi Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Chad Chile China Colombia Cote d’Ivoire Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Democratic People’s Republic of Korea Democratic Republic of the Congo Denmark Djibouti Dominican Republic Ecuador El Salvador Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Estonia Finland France Georgia Germany Greece Guatemala Guyana Haiti Honduras Iceland India Indonesia Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Lao People’s Democratic Republic Latvia Lesotho Liberia Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Madagascar Malaysia Maldives Mali Malta Marshall Islands Mauritius Monaco Mongolia Myanmar Namibia Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Nigeria Norway Oman Pakistan Palau Panama Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Qatar Republic of Korea Republic of Moldova Romania Russian Federation Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Samoa San Marino Saudi Arabia Serbia Seychelles Sierra Leone Singapore Slovakia Slovenia South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Suriname Sweden Switzerland Syrian Arab Republic Tajikistan Thailand Timor-Leste Togo Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Tuvalu Uganda Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United Republic of Tanzania Uruguay Uzbekistan Vietnam Zimbabwe

7 Regular Budget Assessments Outstanding as at 31 December 2010 (US$ millions) 5 Outstanding Amount United States Mexico Venezuela Iran Hungary 49 Other Member States Total351

8 Payment in full of Regular Budget Assessments in 2010 and 2011* (as at 10 May ) TOTAL: 86 TOTAL: 75 6 JAN. Albania Antigua and Barbuda Armenia Australia Austria Bangladesh Bolivia Burkina Faso Canada Cape Verde Estonia Guyana Iceland Ireland Israel Liechtenstein Luxembourg Malta Monaco Netherlands New Zealand Republic of Korea Seychelles Tajikistan Thailand Uganda Ukraine FEB. Bosnia & Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Finland France Georgia Guatemala India Kuwait Latvia Mauritius Norway Portugal Republic of Moldova Russian Federation Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Samoa Singapore South Africa Sweden Switzerland Timor-Leste Uzbekistan MAR. Algeria Burundi Cote D’Ivoire Dominican Republic Germany Indonesia Italy Malaysia Namibia Nicaragua Slovenia Tunisia United Arab Emirates APR. Belgium Colombia Japan Kazakhstan Saint Kitts and Nevis San Marino Spain MAY Turkey United Kingdom Turkmenistan Bahrain JAN. Austria Armenia Burkina Faso Canada Cape Verde Denmark Djibouti Estonia Finland Georgia Iceland Ireland Latvia Liechtenstein Luxembourg Mali Monaco New Zealand Norway Luxembourg Republic of Korea South Africa Sweden Thailand Ukraine FEB. Australia Azerbaijan Bulgaria Costa Rica Croatia Cuba Czech Republic Israel Kuwait Lao People’s Democratic Republic Malaysia Montenegro Netherlands Russian Federation Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Switzerland Tajikistan Uzbekistan MAR. Antigua and Barbuda Bahamas Bhutan Burundi Cyprus Dominican Republic Egypt France Guatemala Hungary India Indonesia Malta Nicaragua Romania Samoa Sri Lanka Turkey Turkmenistan United Arab Emirates APR. Belgium Bolivia Democratic People’s Republic of Korea Germany Guyana Iraq Italy Kazakhstan Kenya Kyrgyzstan Mauritius Republic of Moldova San Marino Saudi Arabia San Marino Zambia MAY Rwanda Philippines Myanmar

9 Regular Budget – Assessment Status as at 10 May 2011 (US$ millions) 10 May May 2011 Difference Prior-years balance* Assessments2,1662, Payments received 1,557 1,456 (101) Unpaid assessments 9441, * As at 1 January

10 Unpaid Regular Budget Assessments as at 10 May 2011 (US$ millions) 10 May May 2011 Member StateOutstandingMember StateOutstanding United States 691United States758 China67Japan241 Mexico50Spain75 Brazil34Mexico40 Saudi Arabia18Brazil38 Chile9China38 Venezuela9Poland19 Greece8 16 Others58Venezuela15 Iran 10 Portugal10 Others 50 Total 944Total1,310 8

11 Regular Budget Cash Position (Actual) 31 December May 2011 Regular Budget Working Capital Fund 150 Special Account Combined General Fund 8131,168 9 (US$ millions)

12 Regular Budget Cash Position* Actual and projected figures for General Fund for 2010 – 2011** (US$ millions) 10 * Does not include balances in Working Capital Fund and Special Account ** Estimates for May – December 2011

13 PEACEKEEPING

14 Peacekeeping – Assessment Status as at 31 December (Actual) (US$ millions) Difference Prior-years balance* 2,884 1,853 (1,031) Assessments 5,765 9,671 3,906 Payments received 6,796 9,063 2,267 Unpaid assessments 1,853 2, * As at 1 January

15 Unpaid Peacekeeping Assessments as at 31 December (Actual) (US$ millions) Member State OutstandingMember State Outstanding Japan681Japan674 United States523United States431 Spain177Spain298 Ukraine139Ukraine139 Republic of Korea 87 Republic of Korea 131 Greece44United Kingdom106 Belarus39Italy95 Others163Greece94 Saudi Arabia76 Others 417 Total 1,853Total 2,461 12

16 Fully Paid* all peacekeeping assessments due and payable as at 31 December 2010: 27 Member States Armenia Australia Austria Burkina Faso Canada Chad Cyprus Eritrea Finland Georgia Germany Ghana Haiti Ireland Israel * Including Member States owing less than $100 Kazakhstan Lesotho Monaco Mongolia Netherlands New Zealand Norway Republic of Moldova Singapore South Africa Sweden Switzerland 13

17 Peacekeeping Cash as at 31 December 2010 (US$ millions) TOTAL $3,229 million 14

18 Outstanding assessments at 31 December 20102,461 Assessments during 20111,687 Total4,148 Payments received during 20112,432 Outstanding assessments at 10 May 20111, Peacekeeping – Assessment Status as at 10 May 2011 (US$ millions)

19 Peacekeeping Amounts Outstanding as at 10 May 2011 (US$ millions) 10 May May 2011 Member State OutstandingMember State Outstanding United States471United States411 Ukraine139Spain326 Spain109Japan220 China63Ukraine139 Greece62 Republic of Korea 118 Saudi Arabia53Saudi Arabia85 Others342Greece81 Others336 Total 1,239Total 1,716 16

20 Fully Paid for Peacekeeping Assessments Due and Payable as at 10 May 2011: 31 Member States* 17 Australia Austria Azerbaijan Belize Burkina Faso Canada Costa Rica Croatia Democratic People’s Rep. of Korea Denmark Estonia Finland Georgia Hungary Iceland Ireland Israel Italy Latvia Luxembourg Monaco Montenegro Netherlands New Zealand Norway Singapore Slovakia South Africa Sweden Switzerland United Republic of Tanzania *Compared to 25 Member States at 10 May 2010

21 (US$ millions) Projected Peacekeeping Cash at 31 December 2011 TOTAL $2,419 million 18

22 DEBT TO MEMBER STATES

23 Amounts owed for Troops/Formed-Police Units and COE for (US$ million) 19 Actual 2010* Projected January New obligations 1,9931,975 Payments to Member States (2,240)(1,946) 31 December * Reference A/65/715. table 12 (updated figures)

24 Amounts owed for Troops/Formed police units and COE for as at 30 April 2011 (US $ millions) 20 TOTAL 728 million 78 Member States

25 Debt to Member States 21 Decrease in new obligations compared to 2010 is primarily due to the closing of MINURCAT, reduction of military personnel in UNMIL and reduction of police personnel in UNMIT, partly offset by increased deployment of military and police personnel in UNAMID and deployment of additional military contingent and formed police units in MINUSTAH.Decrease in new obligations compared to 2010 is primarily due to the closing of MINURCAT, reduction of military personnel in UNMIL and reduction of police personnel in UNMIT, partly offset by increased deployment of military and police personnel in UNAMID and deployment of additional military contingent and formed police units in MINUSTAH. Payments for troops/formed police unit costs are current up to February 2011 for all 11 missions with liabilities for troop and FPU costs. Payments for contingent-owned equipment are current up to December 2010 for all missions with liabilities for COE, except for UNFICYP, due to the insufficient cash in the special account for the mission.Payments for troops/formed police unit costs are current up to February 2011 for all 11 missions with liabilities for troop and FPU costs. Payments for contingent-owned equipment are current up to December 2010 for all missions with liabilities for COE, except for UNFICYP, due to the insufficient cash in the special account for the mission. Payment for COE/SS claims are contingent on the timely finalization of MOUs and subsequent claims certification by DFS. As of April 2011, out of 366 MOUs for currently deployed Units in peacekeeping missions, 32 MOUs (8.7%), primarily related to MINUSTAH, UNAMID and UNIFIL, are yet to be finalized.Payment for COE/SS claims are contingent on the timely finalization of MOUs and subsequent claims certification by DFS. As of April 2011, out of 366 MOUs for currently deployed Units in peacekeeping missions, 32 MOUs (8.7%), primarily related to MINUSTAH, UNAMID and UNIFIL, are yet to be finalized. The amount owed to troop and police contributing countries as at 30 April 2011 includes 2 months of troops/formed police unit costs (USD203 million), COE claims for active missions (USD363 million), COE claims for closed missions under old methodology and Letters of Assist (USD161 million), and Death and Disability Claims (USD 1.5 million).The amount owed to troop and police contributing countries as at 30 April 2011 includes 2 months of troops/formed police unit costs (USD203 million), COE claims for active missions (USD363 million), COE claims for closed missions under old methodology and Letters of Assist (USD161 million), and Death and Disability Claims (USD 1.5 million).

26 TRIBUNALS

27 Unpaid Tribunal Assessments as at 31 December (US$ millions) $ million 22

28 (US$ millions) International Tribunals Amounts Outstanding as at 31 December Member StateOutstanding United States12 Mexico 3 Indonesia 2 91 Other Member States10 Total27

29 Fully Paid for Tribunal Assessments as at 31 December 2010: 98 Member States* 24 *Including Member States owing less than $100 Andorra Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Belgium Benin Bosnia and Herzegovina Brazil Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Burkina Faso Canada Chad Chile China Colombia Costa Rica Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Democratic People’s Republic of Korea Democratic Republic of the Congo Denmark Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Eritrea Estonia Finland France Georgia Germany Greece Guyana Honduras Iceland Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kuwait Lao People’s Democratic Republic Latvia Lesotho Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Liechtenstein Luxembourg Madagascar Malta 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 Tuvalu Ukraine United Kingdom United Republic of Tanzania Uzbekistan

30 International Tribunals Assessment Status as at 10 May May May 2011 Member States paid in full 61 Payments received ($ millions) Unpaid assessments ($ millions)

31 International Tribunals Cash Position Actual and projected figures for Tribunals for 2010 – 2011* (US$ millions) 26 *Estimates May – December 2011

32 CAPITAL MASTER PLAN

33 Capital Master Plan (CMP) (US$ millions) Assessments Payments as at 10 May 2011* Outstanding , , Total 1,8691, *Not Including payments to the Working Capital Reserve Fund.

34 Capital Master Plan Cash Position* Actual and projected figures for CMP Fund for 2010 – 2011** (US$ millions) 28 * Does not include balances in Working Capital Reserve ** Estimates for May – December 2011

35 Remarks on Capital Master Plan As per GA resolution 61/251 dated 22 December 2006, Member States were allowed a period of sixty days, beginning on 5 January 2007 to select the option of a one-time or a multi-year payment plan over a five-year period. 12 of the 192 Member States have selected the one-time payment option. Some countries, which did not select the one-time option, nevertheless paid the full amount. As of 10 May 2011, out of a total of 192 Member States, 92 have paid assessments due and payable (matching the level attained 1 year ago), 95 Member States have made partial payments and 5 Member States have never paid any Capital Master Plan assessments. A working capital reserve fund of $45 million was established under the above resolution. As of 10 May 2011, 179 Member States had paid a total of $44.9 million into the fund. 29

36 Fully Paid for Capital Master Plan Due and Payable as at 10 May 2011: 92 Member States* 30 Albania Andorra Antigua and Barbuda Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Belize Bhutan Botswana Brazil Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Burkina Faso Canada China Costa Rica Croatia Cuba Czech Republic Democratic People’s Republic of Korea Denmark Djibouti Egypt Estonia Finland France Georgia Germany Grenada Guatemala Hungary Iceland Indonesia Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Japan Kazakhstan Kiribati Lao People’s Democratic Republic Latvia Libya Arab Jamahiriya Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Madagascar Malaysia Mali Malta Mauritius Monaco Montenegro Mozambique Myanmar Namibia Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Nigeria Norway Oman Republic of Korea Republic of Moldova Romania *Compared to 88 Member States at 10 May Russian Federation Samoa San Marino Saudi Arabia Serbia Singapore Slovakia Slovenia South Africa Sri Lanka Suriname Sweden Switzerland Tajikistan Thailand Trinidad and Tobago Turkey Turkmenistan Uganda Ukraine United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland United Republic of Tanzania Uruguay Uzbekistan Venezuela Zambia

37 Capital Master Plan Amounts Outstanding as at 10 May 2011 (US$ millions) 10 May May 2011 Member State OutstandingMember State Outstanding United States76United States75 Greece2Spain10 Others13Mexico8 Belgium4 Others19 Total91Total116 31

38 THE OVERALL FINANCIAL SITUATION

39 All Assessments Due and Payable as at 10 May 2011 Paid in Full 29 Member States* 32 Estonia Finland Georgia Hungary Iceland Ireland Israel Italy Latvia Luxembourg Monaco Montenegro Netherlands New Zealand Norway Singapore Slovakia South Africa Sweden Switzerland *Compared to 22 Member States as at 10 May 2010 Australia Austria Azerbaijan Burkina Faso Canada Costa Rica Croatia Democratic People’s Republic of Korea Denmark

40 CONCLUSIONS 33  Financial situation at the end of 2010 improved compared to end Cash on hand increased by $772 million, mainly in peacekeeping ($903 million).  Assessments issued increased by $3.5 billion in 2010 and the amount outstanding went up by only $938 million as at 10 May Amount Outstanding ($millions) 10 May May 2011 Regular budget 944 1,310 Peacekeeping 1,239 1,716 Tribunals CMP Total 2,337 3,275  A few peacekeeping missions continue to be affected by cash shortages. Cross-borrowing from the accounts of closed peacekeeping missions was required in 2011 for MINURSO, MONUSCO and UNMIK.  Payments for troops and formed police unit costs are current up to February 2011 for all 11 missions with liabilities for troop and FPU costs. Payments for contingent-owned equipment are current up to December 2010 for all missions with liabilities for COE, except for UNFICYP.  Unpaid assessments continue to be highly concentrated despite the overall improvement. The financial health of the Organization depends on Member States meeting their financial obligations in full and on time.  The Secretariat continues to inform Member States about their contributions and an online portal was launched last year for Member States to access information on the status of their contributions.


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