United Nations Security Council
AGENDA: Comprehensive measures to tackle the Yemeni crisis in light of the recent developments.
Being the primary crisis-management body of the UN, the Security Council is tasked to sustain international peace and security. Being the only body having the authority to issue imperative resolutions to 193 member states, its objectives include international sanctions and
authorization of military actions through resolutions. The Security Council consists of five permanent and ten temporary members, who meet periodically to investigate any situation which threatens to harm international peace, recommend procedures for conflict-free
adjudication of the dispute, and if necessary, enforce decisions militarily. The Security Council also undertakes the responsibility to take action to protect civilians in armed conflict, including genocide, ethnic cleansing, and other crimes against humanity.