The United Nations Security Council (UNSC), in 1945, II. Founded just after World War II. The Security Council was constructed as an organ with primary responsibility for preserving peace. Unlike the General Assembly, it was given power to enforce measures and was organized as a compact executive organ. Unlike the assembly, the Security Council, in theory, functions continuously at the seat of the United Nations. 

The Security Council, the United Nations' principal crisis-management body, is empowered to impose binding obligations on the 193 UN member states to maintain peace. The council’s five permanent and ten elected members meet regularly to assess threats to international security, addressing issues that include civil wars, natural disasters, arms control, and terrorism. Structurally, the body remains largely unchanged since its founding in 1945, stirring debate among many members about its efficacy and authority as a mediator on matters of international security. 

Lastly we as a KAALMUN Academic Team, We are proud to introduce the agenda item of our committee: Towards the end of spring, two British oil tankers were seized by the Iranian Revolutionary Guards in the Strait of Hormuz. Seizure of this tanker due to increased tensions in the Gulf became one of the main agenda items of the Security Council. Therefore, our delegates should be collaborative, solution-oriented and rational in order to solve this problem in the best way.


Agenda Item:

The seizure of British oil tanker in the Gulf. The main topics that need to be resolved:

i. Maintain the peace by preventing the rising tension in the Gulf region between the US and Iran because of the attacks on Aramco
ii. Providing safe passages of trade ships especially petroleum tankers on Hurmuz Straight

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