Committees & Agenda Items
United Nations Security Council (UNSC)
Agenda items: The Issue of the Gulf War
USG and President Chair: Dora Güvengiz
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The Security Council is the highest committee of the UN. It consists of fifteen members, five permanent members(P5), and ten elected. The Security Council deals with the most serious topics of the UN that require immediate actions and decisions to be taken.
It's 1990, the Security Council will gather due to the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait. The Saddam Hussein regime has taken an aggressive step in international relations, and this step taken requires an immediate response. The invasion of Kuwait was easy for the Iraqi forces due to the small army of Kuwait that is relatively weaker. The position of the Middle Eastern Countries and the P5 is critical. While some of these countries support the Saddam Hussein regime, some oppose it. But what the world awaits is an explanation of the position of the Security Council regarding the issue. Therefore the Security Council, with all its members, needs to decide upon what to do in the so-called "Gulf War".
Now, it is up to the delegates to decide upon what they are going to do: Follow the path of history or draw a path of their own. The delegates' performance will shape the flow of the committee and the BHMUN'21 Team will shape their crises in accordance with the flow.
1. United States of America (USA)
2. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR)
3. United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK)
4. French Republic
5. People's Republic of China (PRC)
6. Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany)
7. Iraqi Republic
8. Arab Republic of Egypt
9. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
10. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
11. Islamic Republic of Iran
12. State of Israel
13. Republic of Turkey
14. Syrian Arab Republic
15. Republic of Yemen