In 2005, Secretary-General Kofi Annan presented a five-year progress report on the implementation of the Millennium Declaration of 2000 that had been requested of him by the UN General Assembly. His report was given to the General Assembly six months before the World Summit meeting of 2005, so governments would have time to consider it before the Summit. The report was divided into four main sections. The first three set out priorities for action in the fields of development, security and human rights. The last dealt with global institutions – mainly the United Nations itself.