During the 3rd session of the Disarmament and International Security Committee an unexpected event occurred. Two Russian rebels from Crimea rushed in the middle of the committee session threatening all delegates and took as hostage the Secretary General of the UN.
The occurred crisis managed to change the nature of the initial committee, thus becoming the Emergency Security Council, which led to new attributions and a new agenda for gaining control of the situation and solve the crisis.
In order to safely release the Secretary General, the rebels asked for a $5 million ransom. The delegates decided upon two solutions, the first being to pay the ransom. After careful consideration the Committee thought that the best way to rescue the Secretary General was a military intervention. The decision was voted unanimously.
The mission was a success and the Secretary General has safely returned to the headquarters of the UN.