Chrysanthi Antonitsi

Assistant President

of the


Anatolia College

Dear Delegates,

Welcome to 2023 BERMUN’s Security Council!!

During BERMUN, you will be involved in the most powerful body of the United Nations, founded in 1945 for building and sustaining global peace and security. Under the Charter of the United Nations, all Member States are obliged to obey the Security Council’s decisions. This year, focus will be given on Foreign Economic Involvement in the Sahel Region, which is an area of continuous security deterioration, terrorist activity, socioeconomic decline and humanitarian crisis. The issue of reinforcing stability in the Sahel region is a major priority on the international agenda. In the context of this turbulence, the Sahelian countries’ economies remain highly dependent of foreign investments to cover the account deficits, thus mobilization of external support is crucial. During the proceedings of BERMUN, we can create resolutions that could raise peace and security issues at a new level.

I strongly encourage all delegates to engage in fruitful debates and bring innovative and solid solutions. Collaboration will be key to our committee sessions in order to address the issue of Foreign Economic Involvement in the Sahel Region. Keep in mind that MUN is not about the quantity of conferences you have attended, but about what you have gained from each one of them.

I was born in Thessaloniki, Greece and I am a 16-year-old student at Anatolia College.  During the last two years, I have been actively involved in multiple Model United Nations activities. As a delegate, I have participated in four MUN conferences in Thessaloniki, Milan and in The Hague. BERMUN will be my second conference as a Student Officer, and I am really excited to be part of this year’s Security Council.

In my leisure time, I enjoy playing tennis with my friends. Furthermore, I play the piano and I am passionate about acting.

I am counting down the days until our first debate begins!!


Chrysanthi Antonitsi

Assistant President of the Security Council

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