It is up to the member states of the United Nations Human Rights Council to take a decision to consider the report of the Expert Panel appointed by the UN Secretary-General to probe Sri Lanka's accountability during the last phase of its conflict with the LTTE.
So said Martin Nesirky, the Spokesperson for Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon responding to a media query on the UN's follow-up on the report.
"It is for the member States of the Human Rights Council now to look at. It (the report) is has been passed to them, and it is for them to look at," Nesirky said.
On the matter of how the UN system, the different parts of the UN family responded as a whole during Sri Lanka's crisis, the Spokesperson said, there is no conclusion yet with respect to the study on the response but it is under way.