Security Council (UNSC)


One of the administrative divisions of the United Nations, which was established on October 24, 1945 and whose purpose is to provide justice, economic development, security and social equality in the international arena, is the Security Council. The purpose of the Security Council is to detect the existence of elements that threaten peace and security in the international arena and to resolve them. It is primarily responsible for maintaining international peace and security. In case of any problem, it calls the states to produce solutions and proposes peaceful ways in order to restore peace. It can apply to various sanctions when necessary, as well as allow the use of force.
The civil war that has been going on in Somalia for 30 years is leaving a devastating impact on civilians. The country, which was plunged into civil war after the fall of the Siad Barre regime in 1991, was described as a “failed state” for many years. Although it has a de facto and legally recognized government today, Somalia is struggling with problems such as jihadist terrorist organizations, clan conflicts, severe drought, famine, migration, epidemics. The attention of the United Nations and the international community was drawn to Somalia again, and the danger bells rang once again for Somalia. The security council will meet once again to change the fate of the civil war in Somalia.


  • The Somali Civil War

Under-Secretary General: Ela AZAL