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  1. UNITED NATIONS FINANCIALPRESENTATION 28 October 2008 Angela Kane Under-Secretary-General for Management

  2. KeyComponents (US$ millions) * Includes Peacekeeping assessments of $563 million issued on 26 September 2008 1

  3. KeyComponents (US$ millions) * Not including reserve accounts 2

  4. REGULARBUDGET

  5. Regular Budget – Financial Position(US$ millions) 3

  6. NumberofMemberStatespayinginfulltheirRegularBudgetAssessmentsatYear-EndNumberofMemberStatespayinginfulltheirRegularBudgetAssessmentsatYear-End IncludingMemberStatesowing lessthan $100 * At 24 October 2008, compared to 126 at 31 October 2007 4

  7. FullyPaidfor Regular Budget Assessments at 24 October 2008: 133 MemberStates* * Including Member States owing less than $100 5

  8. RegularBudgetAssessments Outstandingat 24 October2008 (US$ millions) 59 Member States Total outstanding = $756 million 6

  9. RegularBudgetCashPosition (US$ millions) 7

  10. Regular Budget Cash Position* Actual and projected figures for General Fund for 2007 – 2008** (US$ millions) Final cash position for regular budget in 2008 – crucially dependent on payments of outstanding contributions from a few Member States * Does not include balances in Working Capital Fund and Special Account ** Estimates for October – December 2008 8

  11. PEACEKEEPING

  12. Peacekeeping–FinancialPositionat24 October2008 (US$ millions) * Including assessment for $563 million issued on 26 September 2008 ** Including credits applied of $466 million 9

  13. UnpaidPeacekeepingAssessments (US$ millions) Total = $3,492 Total = $2,917 • Including assessments of $563 million issued on 26 September 2008 which are due and payable in full • within 30 days from the receipt of the communication of the Secretary-General 10

  14. FullyPaidallpeacekeepingassessments dueandpayableat 24October2008* * Including Member States owing less than $100 11

  15. PeacekeepingCashat 24 October 2008 (US$ millions) TOTAL $3,134 * Including loans from PK Reserve Fund and closed missions 12

  16. ProjectedPeacekeepingCash at31December2008 (US$ millions) TOTAL $2,184 * Including loans from PK Reserve Fund and closed missions 13

  17. Closed Peacekeeping Missions Projected CashatEndof2008 CLOSED MISSIONS $522 million Less: $295 million for liabilities $227 million remaining 14

  18. DEBT TO MEMBER STATES

  19. Amounts owed for troops and COE 2007 - 2008(In millions of US$) * Actual amount owed for troops and TCC as at 1 January 2008 15

  20. Projected 2008DebtSituation • Increase in projected obligations compared to 2007 is primarily due to the deployment of troops in UNAMID partly offset by the reduction of the authorized military strength of UNMIL, lower deployment in UNIFIL and termination of UNMEE’s mandate. • Payments for troops/formed police unit costs were current up to July 2008 for UNMEE and up to August 2008 for MINUSTAH, MONUC, UNAMID, UNDOF, UNIFIL, UNMIL, UNMIS, UNMIT and UNOCI. Payments for contingent-owned equipment and self-sustainment claims were current up to March 08 for MINUSTAH and UNOCI and up to June 08 for MONUC, UNDOF, UNIFIL, UNMEE, UNMIL, UNMIS, and UNMIT. • Payments for troops/formed police units costs and contingent-owned equipment/self-sustainment are behind the quarterly payment schedule for MINURSO (up to March 02), UNOMIG (up to December 06), UNFICYP (up to May 07), and UNMIK (up to November 07). • Payments for contingent-owned equipment and self-sustainment of troops are contingent on the timely finalization of the memoranda of understanding (MOUs) and subsequent submission of claims and their certification by DFS. As at the end of September 2008, out of 307 MOUs for all peacekeeping missions, 59 (19%) were yet to be finalized. 16

  21. Amounts owed to troop-and police-contributing countries as at 24 October 2008 (US $ millions) 70 Member States TOTAL $488 17

  22. TRIBUNALS

  23. International Tribunals – Financial Position * Including Member States owing less than $100 18

  24. FullyPaidforTribunalAssessments* at 24 October 2008: 97 Member States *Including Member States owing less than $100 19

  25. UnpaidTribunalAssessments at 31 December (US$ millions) $ million * 24 October 2008 20

  26. InternationalTribunalsAmountsOutstandingat 24 October2008 (US$ millions) 95 Member States Total outstanding = $53 million 21

  27. International Tribunals Cash Position Actual and projected figures for Tribunals for 2007 – 2008 (US$ millions) 22

  28. CAPITAL MASTER PLAN

  29. Capital Master Plan (CMP)(US$ millions) *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 24 October 2008, and contributions which would become due upon assessment. 23

  30. Capital Master Plan Cash Position* Actual and projected figures for CMP Fund for 2007 – 2008** (US$ millions) * 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 2008 24

  31. Albania Algeria Andorra Angola Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bangladesh Belarus Belgium Benin Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Brazil Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Burundi Cambodia Canada Chile China Columbia Congo Costa Rica Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Democratic People’s Republic of Korea Denmark Egypt Estonia Finland France Gambia Georgia Germany Ghana Greece Grenada Guatemala Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Jamaica Japan Kazakhstan Kenya Kiribati Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Lao People’s Republic Latvia Lesotho Fully Paid for Capital Master Plan Due and Payable as at 24 October 2008: 120 Member States* Portugal Republic of Korea Romania Russian Federation Rwanda Samoa San Marino Saudi Arabia Singapore Slovakia Slovenia South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Sweden Switzerland Syrian Arab Republic Tajikistan Thailand Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Tuvalu Uganda Ukraine United Kingdom United Republic of Tanzania Uruguay Uzbekistan Venezuela Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Malaysia Malta Mexico Moldova Monaco Mongolia Montenegro Morocco Mozambique Namibia Nepal Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Niger Nigeria Norway Oman Pakistan Papua New Guinea Philippines Poland 25 *Including Member States owing less than $100

  32. CONCLUSIONS ON THE OVERALL FINANCIAL SITUATION

  33. All Assessments Due and Payable at 24 October 2008 Paid in Full* Liechtenstein Mexico Moldova Monaco New Zealand Niger Norway Philippines Russian Federation Samoa Singapore Slovenia South Africa Sweden Thailand United Kingdom Australia Austria Azerbaijan Brazil Bulgaria Burundi Canada Czech Republic Denmark Finland Georgia Germany Guatemala Ireland Italy 26 * Including Member States owing less than $100

  34. CONCLUSIONS Financial indicators show a mixed picture for 2008. Financial position of regular budget reflects current deficit with projected worsening deficit in last quarter of 2008. Borrowing will be required from reserve accounts with projected worsening deficit in November and December 2008. Unpaid peacekeeping assessments increased as compared to end December 2007, but is below the level at 31 October 2007. Amount outstanding of $2.9 billion at 24 October 2008 as compared to $3.5 billion at 31 October 2007. Significant levels remain outstanding for peacekeeping operations. Nevertheless improvement in some indicators. Further decrease in debt to Member States providing troops and equipment to peacekeeping operations. Steady progress reflected in debt reduction from over $1 billion in January 2007 to $779 million in January 2008, with a projected amount of $645 million at end December 2008. 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