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  1. UNITED NATIONS FINANCIALPRESENTATION 16 October 2009 Angela Kane Under-Secretary-General for Management

  2. KeyComponents (US$ millions) 1

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

  4. REGULARBUDGET

  5. Regular Budget – Financial Position(US$ millions) * As at 1 January 3

  6. NumberofMemberStatespayinginfulltheirRegularBudgetAssessmentsatYear-EndNumberofMemberStatespayinginfulltheirRegularBudgetAssessmentsatYear-End IncludingMemberStatesowing lessthan $100 * At 13 October 2009, compared to 133 at 24 October 2008 4

  7. FullyPaidfor Regular Budget Assessments* at 13 October 2009: 120 MemberStates** *Including Member States owing less than $100 **Compared to 133 Member States as at 24 October 2008 5

  8. RegularBudgetAssessments Outstandingat 13 October2009 (US$ millions) 72 Member States Total outstanding = $830 million 6

  9. RegularBudgetCashPosition (US$ millions) 7

  10. Regular Budget Cash Position* Actual and projected figures for General Fund for 2008 – 2009** (US$ millions) Final cash position for regular budget in 2009 – 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 2009 8

  11. PEACEKEEPING

  12. Peacekeeping–FinancialPositionat13 October2009 (US$ millions) 9

  13. UnpaidPeacekeepingAssessments (US$ millions) Total = $2,917 Total = $2,121 10

  14. FullyPaidallpeacekeepingassessments* dueandpayableat 13October2009: 19 Member States** • Including Member States owing less than $100 • ** Compared to 31 Member States as at 24 October 2008 11

  15. PeacekeepingCashat 13 October 2009 (US$ millions) TOTAL $3,378 * Including loans from PK Reserve Fund and closed missions 12

  16. ProjectedPeacekeepingCash at31December2009 (US$ millions) TOTAL $2,209 * Including loans from PK Reserve Fund and closed missions 13

  17. Closed Peacekeeping Missions Projected CashatEndof2009 CLOSED MISSIONS $469 million Less: $218 million for liabilities $251 million remaining 14

  18. DEBT TO MEMBER STATES

  19. Amounts owed for Troops/Formed-Police Units and COE for 2008 - 2009(US$ million) * As per A/63/696, Table 11 15

  20. Projected 2009DebtSituation • 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 are current up to July/August 2009 for MINURCAT, MONUC, UNAMID, UNDOF, UNIFIL, UNMIL, UNMIS and UNOCI. Payments for troops/formed police unit costs have been made up to February/March 2009 for MINUSTAH and UNMIK. Payments for contingent-owned equipment are current up to March/June 2009 for MONUC, UNAMID, UNDOF, UNFICYP, UNIFIL, UNMIL and UNMIS. • Due to insufficient cash, payments for troops/FPUs are behind the quarterly payment schedule for MINURSO, UNFICYP and UNMIT; and payments for COE are behind the quarterly payment schedule for MINURSO, MINUSTAH, UNMIK, UNMIT, UNOCI and UNOMIG. • Payment for COE/SS claims are contingent on the timely finalization of MOUs and subsequent claims certification by DFS. As at the end of September 2009, out of 380 MOUs for currently deployed Units in peacekeeping missions, 102 (27%) MOUs, primarily related to MINURCAT, MONUC and UNAMID are yet to be finalized. 16

  21. Amounts owed to troop-and police-contributing countries as at 30 September 2009* (US $ millions) 77 Member States TOTAL $1,384 *Reflects debt to Member States as at 30 September 2009. Payments of $595.5 million have been made during the period 9-13 October 2009. 17

  22. TRIBUNALS

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

  24. FullyPaidforTribunalAssessments* at 13 October 2009: 83 Member States** *Including Member States owing less than $100 **Compared to 97 Member States as at 24 October 2008 19

  25. UnpaidTribunalAssessments as at 13 October (US$ millions) $ million * 13 October 2009 20

  26. InternationalTribunalsAmountsOutstandingat 13 October2009 (US$ millions) 109 Member States Total outstanding = $63 million 21

  27. International Tribunals Cash Position Actual and projected figures for Tribunals for 2008 – 2009* (US$ millions) * Estimates for October – December 2009 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 13 October 2009, and contributions which would become due upon assessment. 23

  30. Capital Master Plan Cash Position* Actual and projected figures for CMP Fund for 2008 – 2009** (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 2009 24

  31. Albania Algeria Andorra Angola Antigua and Barbuda Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bangladesh Belarus Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burundi Cambodia Canada Chad China Congo Croatia Cuba Czech Republic Democratic People’s Republic of Korea Denmark Egypt Estonia Ethiopia Finland France Georgia Germany Greece Grenada Guatemala Iceland India Indonesia Iran Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Japan Kazakhstan Kenya Kiribati Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Latvia Lebanon Lesotho Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Fully Paid for Capital Master Plan Due and Payable* as at 13 October 2009: 119 Member States** Romania Russian Federation Samoa San Marino Saudi Arabia Senegal Serbia Singapore Slovakia Slovenia South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Sweden Switzerland Syrian Arab Republic Tajikistan Thailand Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Tuvalu Uganda Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United Republic of Tanzania Uruguay Uzbekistan Venezuela Vietnam Zimbabwe Madagascar Malaysia Mali Malta Mauritania Mexico Moldova Monaco Mongolia Montenegro Morocco Mozambique Namibia Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Niger Nigeria Norway Oman Pakistan Panama Paraguay Philippines Portugal Qatar Republic of Korea *Including Member States owing less than $100 ** Compared to 120 Member States as at 24 October 2008 25

  32. CONCLUSIONS ON THE OVERALL FINANCIAL SITUATION

  33. All Assessments Due and Payable at 13 October 2009 Paid in Full*: 18 Member States** Australia Austria Azerbaijan Canada Congo Finland Germany Ireland Italy Liechtenstein Monaco New Zealand Niger Singapore Slovak Republic South Africa Sweden Tajikistan * Including Member States owing less than $100 ** Compared to 31 Member States as at 24 October 2008 26

  34. CONCLUSIONS Financial indicators show a mixed picture for 2009. Cash positions are projected to be positive at year-end for all funds, although the final outcome is dependant on last quarter contributions. Unpaid peacekeeping assessments reflect a decrease as compared to October 2008 levels. Reduced amounts are owed for peacekeeping by major contributors. The decease is also partly related to a lower level of assessments pending the approval of a new scale of assessments for 2010. Unpaid assessments reflect increased levels for the regular budget, the tribunals, and the capital master plan. The number of Member States meeting their obligations in full is lower than one year ago across all categories. 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