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1 UNITED NATIONS FINANCIAL SITUATION 15 May 2009 Angela Kane Under-Secretary-General for Management

2 Key Components as at 31 December (Actual) (US$ millions) Assessments Regular Budget2,0541,880 Tribunals Peacekeeping6,9357,599 Capital Master Plan Unpaid Assessments Regular Budget Tribunals3426 Peacekeeping2,7192,884 Capital Master Plan12778 Cash on Hand* Regular Budget*28319 Tribunals5462 Peacekeeping*2,0452,609 Capital Master Plan* Debt owed to Member StatesPeacekeeping689**431 *Not including reserve accounts **As revised in A/63/696, Table 11 1

3 REGULAR BUDGET

4 Regular Budget – Assessment Status as at 31 December (Actual) (US$ millions) Difference Prior-years balance* Assessments2,0541,880(174) Payments received 1,9871,891(96) Unpaid assessments (11) 2 * 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 2008: 146 Member States * 4 * Including Member States owing less than $100 Albania Algeria Andorra Angola Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Belarus Belgium Benin Bolivia Botswana Brazil Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burundi Canada China Colombia Congo Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Djibouti Dominica Egypt El Salvador Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia Fiji Finland France Gabon Gambia Georgia Germany Ghana Greece Guatemala Haiti Honduras Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Ireland Israel Italy Jamaica Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kuwait Latvia Lesotho Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Madagascar Malaysia Maldives Mali Malta Mauritius Mexico Monaco Mongolia Montenegro Morocco Mozambique Myanmar Nepal Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Niger Nigeria Norway Oman Pakistan Panama Papua New Guinea Paraguay Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Qatar Republic of Korea Republic of Moldova Romania Russian Federation Rwanda Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Samoa San Marino Saudi Arabia Serbia Seychelles Sierra Leone Singapore Slovak Republic Slovenia Solomon Islands South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Suriname Sweden Switzerland Syrian Arab Republic Tajikistan Thailand The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Togo Tonga Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Tuvalu Uganda Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United Republic of Tanzania Uruguay Uzbekistan Venezuela Vietnam Yemen Zambia Zimbabwe

7 Regular Budget Assessments Outstanding as at 31 December 2008 (US$ millions) Total outstanding = $417 million 46 Member States 5

8 Payment in full of Regular Budget Assessments in 2008 and 2009* TOTAL: 76TOTAL: 86 * Including Member States owing less than $100 6 JAN. Antigua and Barbuda Armenia Austria Azerbaijan Bangladesh Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burundi Canada Congo Croatia Denmark Dominica Estonia Finland Georgia Iceland Ireland Israel Kuwait Latvia Liechtenstein Luxembourg Maldives Monaco New Zealand Norway Samoa Singapore Suriname Thailand Tonga Ukraine United Kingdom Uzbekistan FEB. Albania Australia Bahamas Belarus Botswana Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic France India Lithuania Malaysia Netherlands Poland Republic of Korea Republic of Moldova Romania Russian Federation Saint Vincent and the Grenadines San Marino Slovak Republic Sweden Switzerland Tajikistan Turkey Untied Arab Emirates MAR. Andorra Belgium Gabon Guatemala Hungary Indonesia Italy Lesotho Malta Mexico Nicaragua Papua New Guinea Rwanda Spain Sri Lanka Syrian Arab Republic Tunisia APR - 7 MAY Brazil Colombia Fiji Montenegro Portugal Saudi Arabia South Africa JAN. Antigua and Barbuda Armenia Australia Austria Bhutan Canada Denmark Dominica Finland Georgia Ireland Luxembourg Malta Monaco New Zealand Palau Saint Kitts and Nevis Singapore Slovak Republic South Africa Uganda Ukraine FEB. Albania Algeria Azerbaijan Bahamas Benin Bolivia Brunei Darussalam Cyprus Czech Republic France Egypt Iceland Italy Latvia Montenegro Netherlands Paraguay Republic of Moldova Russian Federation Sri Lanka Sweden Switzerland Trinidad and Tobago MAR. Belgium Croatia Estonia Greece Lao’s People’s Democratic Republic Namibia Romania Samoa San Marino United Arab Emirates Uzbekistan APRIL - 7 May Andorra Bahrain Belize Botswana Cambodia Cape Verde Honduras Jamaica Japan Malawi Malaysia Nicaragua Portugal Saudi Arabia Slovenia Spain Tajikistan Turkey Turkmenistan Vanuatu

9 Regular Budget – Assessment Status as at 7 May 2009 (US$ millions) 7 May May 2009 Difference Prior-years balance*428417(11) Assessments1,8802, Payments received 1,069 1, Unpaid assessments 1,2391, * As at 1 January

10 Unpaid Regular Budget Assessments as at 7 May 2009 (US$ millions) Total = $1,239 Total = $1,455 8

11 Regular Budget Cash Position (Actual) 31 December April 2009 Regular Budget Working Capital Fund150 Special Account Combined General Fund4111,184 9 (US$ millions)

12 Regular Budget Cash Position* Actual and projected figures for General Fund for 2008 – 2009** (US$ millions) 10 * Does not include balances in Working Capital Fund and Special Account ** Estimates for May – December 2009

13 PEACEKEEPING

14 Unpaid Peacekeeping Assessments as at 31 December (Actual) Total = $2,719 Total = $2, (US$ millions)

15 Fully Paid* all peacekeeping assessments due and payable as at 31 December 2008: 25 Member States Australia Austria Azerbaijan Canada Croatia Czech Republic Denmark Finland Germany Ireland Italy Kazakhstan Kuwait * Including Member States owing less than $100 Monaco New Zealand Norway Poland Republic of Moldova Singapore Slovak Republic Slovenia Solomon Islands Sweden Switzerland Thailand 12

16 Peacekeeping Cash as at 31 December 2008 (US$ millions) TOTAL $2,752 million 13

17 Outstanding assessments at 31 December 20082,884 Assessments during 20091,488 Total4,372 Payments received during 20092,620 Outstanding assessments at 7 May 20091, Peacekeeping – Assessment Status as at 7 May 2009 (US$ millions)

18 $1,752 million (US$ millions) Peacekeeping Amounts Outstanding as at 7 May $2,294 million 7 May May 2009

19 Fully Paid* for Peacekeeping Assessments Due and Payable as at 7 May 2009: 20 Member States** 16 Austria Azerbaijan Canada Croatia Czech Republic Denmark Finland Germany Ireland Italy Monaco New Zealand Norway Republic of Moldova Singapore Slovak Republic Sweden Switzerland Tajikistan Uganda *Including Member States owing less than $100 **Compared to 28 Member States at 7 May 2008

20 (US$ millions) Projected Peacekeeping Cash at 31 December 2009 TOTAL $2,320 17

21 Closed Peacekeeping Missions Projected Cash at End of CLOSED MISSIONS $449 million $230 million remaining Less: $219 million for liabilities

22 DEBT TO MEMBER STATES

23 Amounts Owed for Troops/Formed-Police Units and COE 2008 – 2009 Actual 2008Projected January689*431 New obligations1,7311,910 Payments to Member States (1,989)(1,576) 31 December (US$ millions) 19 *As revised in A/63/696, Table 11

24 Amounts owed to troop and police-contributing countries as at 30 April 2009 (US $ millions) 75 Member States Total outstanding amount = $919 million 20

25 Projected 2009 Debt Situation 21  Increase in new obligations compared to 2008 is primarily due to increased deployment of troops in UNAMID, deployment of a military component in MINURCAT and of additional military contingent and formed police units in MONUC, partly offset by the termination of UNMEE’s mandate, downsizing of formed police units in UNMIK and reduction in the authorized military strength of UNMIL.  Payments for troops/formed police unit costs were current up to November/December 2008 for MINUSTAH, MONUC, UNDOF, UNMIS, UNMIT and UNOCI. Payments for troops/formed police unit costs were made up to January/February 2009 for UNAMID, UNIFIL and UNMIL. Payments for contingent- owned equipment were current up to August/September 2008 for MINUSTAH, MONUC, UNAMID, UNDOF, UNIFIL, UNMIL, UNMIS, UNMIT, UNOCI.  Payments for troops/FPUs and COE for MINURSO, UNFICYP, UNMIK, and UNOMIG are behind the quarterly payment schedule due to the insufficient cash in the special accounts of these missions.  Payment for COE/SS claims are contingent on the timely finalization of MOUs and subsequent claims certification by DFS. As at the end of April 2009, out of 271 MOUs for currently deployed Units in peacekeeping missions, 29 (11%) were yet to be finalized.

26 TRIBUNALS

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

28 86 Member States Total outstanding = $26 million (US$ millions) International Tribunals Amounts Outstanding as at 31 December

29 Fully Paid for Tribunal Assessments as at 31 December 2008: 105 Member States* 24 *Including Member States owing less than $100 Albania Andorra Angola Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Australia Austria Azerbaijan Belarus Belgium Benin Bolivia Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Brazil Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burundi Canada China Colombia Congo Costa Rica Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Egypt Finland France Georgia Germany Greece Guatemala Hungary Iceland India Ireland Israel Italy Jamaica Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kuwait Lao People’s Democratic Republic Latvia Lesotho Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Madagascar Malaysia Malta Mauritius Mexico Moldova Monaco Mongolia Montenegro Mozambique Netherlands New Zealand Niger Nigeria Norway Oman Pakistan Papua New Guinea Philippines Poland Portugal Qatar Republic of Korea Romania Russian Federation Samoa San Marino Saudi Arabia Serbia Singapore Slovak Republic Slovenia Solomon Islands South Africa Spain Sweden Switzerland Tajikistan Thailand The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Tuvalu Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United Republic of Tanzania Uruguay Uzbekistan Venezuela

30 International Tribunals Assessment Status as at 7 May May May 2009 Member States paid in full*67*49* Payments received ($ millions) Unpaid assessments ($ millions) *Including Member States owing less than $100 25

31 International Tribunals Cash Position Actual and projected figures for Tribunals for 2008 – 2009* (US$ millions) 26 *Estimates May – December 2009

32 CAPITAL MASTER PLAN

33 Capital Master Plan (CMP) (US$ millions) Assessments Payments as at 7 May 2009* Outstanding Subtotal 1,1871, Future Amounts: 2010, 2011** Total 682 1, , *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 7 May 2009, and contributions which would become due upon assessment.

34 Capital Master Plan Cash Position* Actual and projected figures for CMP Fund for 2008 – 2009** (US$ millions) 28 * Does not include balances in Working Capital Reserve ** Estimates for May – December 2009

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. To date, out of a total of 192 Member States, 84 have paid assessments due and payable (compared to 90 Member States 1 year ago), 101 Member States have made partial payments and 7 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 7 May 2009, 163 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 7 May 2009: 84 Member States** 30 Albania Algeria Angola Antigua and Barbuda Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Belarus Belgium Botswana Bosnia and Herzegovina Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Burkina Faso Cambodia Canada China Croatia Cuba Czech Republic Denmark Egypt Ethiopia Finland France Georgia Germany Greece Grenada Guatemala Iceland Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Japan Kazakhstan Kiribati Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Latvia Lesotho Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Lithuania Luxembourg Madagascar Malaysia Malta Mauritania Mexico Monaco Montenegro Mozambique Namibia Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua *Including Member States owing less than $100. **Compared to 90 Member States at 7 May Nigeria Oman Paraguay Portugal Republic of Korea Republic of Moldova Russian Federation Samoa Saudi Arabia Singapore Slovak Republic Slovenia South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Switzerland Tajikistan The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Uganda Ukraine United Republic of Tanzania Uruguay Venezuela

37 7 May Member States $139 million (US$ millions) Capital Master Plan Amounts Outstanding as at 7 May $150 million 7 May Member States

38 THE OVERALL FINANCIAL SITUATION

39 All Assessments Due and Payable as at 7 May 2009 Paid in Full* 16 Member States** 32 Austria Azerbaijan Canada Croatia Czech Republic Finland Ireland Italy Monaco Republic of Moldova New Zealand Singapore Slovak Republic Switzerland Tajikistan Uganda *Including Member States owing less than $100 **Compared to 25 Member States at 7 May 2008

40 CONCLUSIONS 33  Financial situation in 2008 slightly better than in  The financial position of peacekeeping operations at 7 May 2009 shows improvement. Contributions of over $2.6 billion were received, reducing the amount outstanding from $2.8 billion to $1.8 billion.  Unpaid assessments for the regular budget and the tribunals as at 7 May 2009 reflect increases (of $216 million and $11 million respectively) as compared to one year ago.  Total payments received for the CMP as of 7 May 2009 amount to $1,166 million, with $139 million currently outstanding.  During 2009, negative trend emerging across all funds in number of Member States meeting their obligations in full. As of 7 May 2009, the number of Member States fully paid: 7 May May 2009 Regular budget8676 Peacekeeping2820 CMP9084 Tribunals6749 All funds2516  The financial health of the Organization depends on Member States, including major contributors, meeting their financial obligations in full and on time.


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