United Nations financing and programming

During 2012, the financial situation of the United Nations was generally sound. By year’s end, aggregate assessments had decreased to $7.3 billion, compared to $11.7 billion in 2011. Total unpaid assessments were lower, with $327 million for the regular budget and $1.3 billion for peacekeeping operations, down from $454 million and $2.6 billion, respectively, in 2011. Cash balances were positive in all areas except for the regular budget, while debt owed to Member States for troops, formed police units and contingent-owned equipment showed improvement, decreasing to $525 million. The number of Member States paying their regular budget assessments in full was 143, the same as in the previous year.

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