United Nations Report on Military Expenditures

Reporting assistance



The General Assembly has regularly called upon Member States to provide the Secretary-General, by 30 April annually, with reports on their military expenditures for the latest fiscal year for which data are available, using preferably one of the reporting forms. There are three types of reporting forms for the UN Report on Military Expenditures, the standardized reporting form, the simplified reporting form and a “nil report” form. 2011 Group of Governmental Experts (GGE) reviewed the operation of the UN Report on Military Expenditures, and recommended a number of changes to the standardized and simplified reporting forms. New reporting forms are available in six official UN languages.


Reporting forms

Standardized reporting forms:    
Simplified reporting forms:    
Nil reporting forms:    
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