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The United Nations says it is facing a severe shortage of cash. Consequently, the world body has called on more governments to pay their annual dues. "OurThe United Nations says it is facing a severe shortage of cash. Consequently, the world body has called on more governments to pay their annual dues. "Our

Pay your dues - UN tells govts amid near decade worst cash crisis - Daily Post Nigeria

Pay your dues - UN tells govts amid near decade worst cash crisis - Daily Post Nigeria

The secretariat could face a default on salaries and payments for goods and services by the end of November unless more member states pay their budget dues in full.The secretariat could face a default on salaries and payments for goods and services by the end of November unless more member states pay their budget dues in full.

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“In news of other diplomatic woes, UN staff were informed by email last night the organisation will run out of money by the end of October. @antonioguterres informed them that as a result of a 30% underpayment by member states (esp Trump administration) they are nearly insolvent.”

Lewis Goodall on Twitter: "In news of other diplomatic woes, UN staff were informed by email last night the organisation will run out of money by the end of October. @antonioguterres informed them that as a result of a 30% underpayment by member states (esp Trump administration) they are nearly insolvent."

“So I hear @UN is facing 'worst cash crisis' in a decade If I may make one suggestion @antonioguterres here's a way to save some valuable funds With all due respect for past contributions @UNMIKosovo is a total waste of tax payers money which could be put to much better use NOW!”

Vlora Çitaku on Twitter: "So I hear @UN is facing 'worst cash crisis' in a decade If I may make one suggestion @antonioguterres here's a way to save some valuable funds With all due respect for past contributions @UNMIKosovo is a total waste of tax payers money which could be put to much better use NOW!… https://t.co/BKvHdQZezC"

“The UN faces a #cashCrunch. @antonioguterres appeals to member nation. Crisis leads to introspection, hope there will be a serious one as many current and former @UN thought leaders have been demanding for serious reforms. https://t.co/RwmfMbpTR5”

Sujeev Shakya on Twitter: "The UN faces a #cashCrunch. @antonioguterres appeals to member nation. Crisis leads to introspection, hope there will be a serious one as many current and former @UN thought leaders have been demanding for serious reforms. https://t.co/RwmfMbpTR5"

“Conflict prevention is one of the most important tools we have to reduce human suffering. For example, if the conflict in South Sudan had been prevented, 4 million people would not have left their homes & millions more would not be facing hunger today. https://t.co/33lMnhxOe8”

António Guterres on Twitter: "Conflict prevention is one of the most important tools we have to reduce human suffering. For example, if the conflict in South Sudan had been prevented, 4 million people would not have left their homes & millions more would not be facing hunger today.… https://t.co/ocMLsGF40t"

The UN is facing a severe financial crisis after member states failed to pay contributions on time, leaving it unable to meet the cost of wages, including for peacekeeping forces.Antonio Guterres, the secretary-general, sounded the warning yesterday at the organisation’s headquarters, where he saidThe UN is facing a severe financial crisis after member states failed to pay contributions on time, leaving it unable to meet the cost of wages, including for peacekeeping forces. Antonio Guterres...

UN deficit threatens peacekeeping operations after US and other members fail to pay up | News | The Times

Antonio Guterres says organization facing worst cash crisis in nearly 10 years; Washington also in arrears on payments for separate budget for peacekeeping operationsAntonio Guterres says organization facing worst cash crisis in nearly 10 years; Washington also in arrears on payments for separate budget for peacekeeping operations

Israel, US among 64 of 193 UN members not to have paid annual dues | The Times of Israel

India paid 23.25 million dollars in regular budget assessments by January 31, 2019, the 30-day due period specified as per UN’s Financial Regulation rules.India paid 23.25 million dollars in regular budget assessments by January 31, 2019, the 30-day due period specified as per UN’s Financial Regulation rules.

India among 34 UN member states to pay regular budget dues in full and on time

The United Nations has an overall annual operating budget of several billion dollars, covering everything from humanitarian work to disarmament, but right now, it's just trying to make sure its employees get paid after this month.The United Nations has an overall annual operating budget of several billion dollars, covering everything from humanitarian work to disarmament, but right now, it's just trying to make sure its employees get paid after this month.

Cash Crisis Facing UN In A Decade: Secretary-General Antonio Guterres

The United Nations is facing a severe shortage of cash, and unless more Governments pay their annual dues, “our work and our reforms are at risk”, the UN chief António Guterres told Member States on Tuesday.The United Nations is facing a severe shortage of cash, and unless more Governments pay their annual dues, “our work and our reforms are at risk”, the UN chief António Guterres told Member States on Tuesday.

Work and reforms of the UN ‘at risk’, Guterres warns Member States, amidst ‘record-level’ cash crisis | UN News

India paid 23.25 million dollars in regular budget assessments by January 31, 2019, the 30-day due period specified as per UN's Financial Regulation rules.India paid 23.25 million dollars in regular budget assessments by January 31, 2019, the 30-day due period specified as per UN's Financial Regulation rules.

India among 34 UN member states to pay regular budget dues on time- The New Indian Express

Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned Tuesday that the United Nations is facing its "worst cash crisis" in nearly a decade because 64 of its 193 members have not paid their annual dues — including the United States, its largest contributor. According to the U.N., 129 countries had paidSecretary-General Antonio Guterres warned Tuesday that the United Nations is facing its "worst cash crisis" in nearly a decade because 64 of its 193 members have not paid their annual dues — including the United States, its largest contributor. According to the U.N., 129 countries had paid

UN chief says UN facing worst cash crisis in nearly 10 years

Some member states have not paid their dues.Some member states have not paid their dues.

Guterres warns UN may not have enough money to pay staff next month - The East African

In a highly unusual letter sent to thousands of UN staffers, Secretary General Antonio Guterres warned of an impending budget shortfall facing the United Nations. “To date, Member States have paid only 70 per cent of the total amount needed for our regular budget operations in 2019.” he wrote in an email on Monday evening …

Antonio Guterres Warns Thousands of Employees that the UN is Running Out of Money | UN Dispatch

Secretary-General eyes cost-cutting measures, says members have paid only 70 percent of amount needed, leaving "a cash shortage of $230 million"Secretary-General eyes cost-cutting measures, says members have paid only 70 percent of amount needed, leaving "a cash shortage of $230 million"

United Nations could run out of money in a few weeks Secretary General Antonio Guterres warns today - CBS News