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UN Peacekeeping Forces Status

Published By : Goodwin-RC : CEO +1News Central

FEB 26TH, 2024

Respectfully Addressed To

UN Secretary General, His Excellency, Antonio Guterres, Esq

For Presentation To The Consideration Of The UN General Assembly, Forthwith

Regarding

UN DUTY TO STABILIZE JUST SOCIETY SECURITY OF PERSON

I.E., Including 1948 : I.E.,

Currently : The status of the UN peacekeeping forces is as follows:

For more information, you can visit the UN Peacekeeping website or the UN Peacekeeping data portal.

History Of The UN Peacekeeping Forces :

The UN Peacekeeping Forces are a group of international military and civilian personnel who are deployed by the UN to help resolve conflicts and maintain peace in different regions of the world. The history of the UN Peacekeeping Forces dates back to 1948, when the first peacekeeping mission was authorized by the Security Council to monitor the ceasefire during the 1948 Arab–Israeli War1. Since then, the UN Peacekeeping Forces have taken part in more than 70 missions around the globe, some of which are still ongoing2. The UN Peacekeeping Forces have been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1988 for their contributions to the realization of one of the fundamental tenets of the UN2. The UN Peacekeeping Forces have evolved over the years to adapt to the changing nature and challenges of conflicts, from observing and monitoring to peace enforcement and peacebuilding3. Some of the notable peacekeeping missions in the history of the UN Peacekeeping Forces include:

The Authorization Process Through Which The UN Peacekeeping Forces 2024 Are Authorized To Provide Safety And Security To Prevailing Populations In The Palestinian Territories Of The Gaza; The West Bank; And, Holy Site Of Jerusalem : Noteably :

  • The Security Council determines that deploying a UN peace operation is the most appropriate step to take, based on the situation and the request of the parties involved.

  • The Security Council adopts a resolution that sets out the operation’s mandate and size, and details the tasks it will be responsible for performing.

  • The Secretary-General appoints a Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG) to lead the operation and report to the Security Council on its progress and challenges.

  • The Department of Peace Operations (DPO) and the Department of Operational Support (DOS) work together to plan, recruit, train, equip, and deploy the peacekeepers and civilian personnel for the operation, in consultation with the host country and other stakeholders.

  • The peacekeeping operation works in accordance with the basic principles of UN peacekeeping, which are consent of the parties, impartiality, and non-use of force except in self-defence and defence of the mandate.

For the specific case of the Palestinian territories, the Security Council has not yet authorized any UN peacekeeping operation as of 2024. The current UN presence in the region consists of the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization (UNTSO), which monitors ceasefires and assists other UN missions; the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA), which provides humanitarian assistance and protection to Palestinian refugees; and the Office of the United Nations Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process (UNSCO), which supports the peace process and coordinates UN assistance to the Palestinians.

Summary : Modern Era UN Peacekeeping Statutory Authorization :

THEREIN ESTABLISHING MUTUAL INTEREST JUSTIFIED PEACE

WHEREIN - CROPS MIGHT FLOURISH - ONCE AGAIN

ADENDUM ARCHIVES

AND, FINALLY

Regards

Per

SQYX - CEO (+1NC) 12507091809

Published By : Goodwin-RC : CEO +1News Central

FEB 26TH 2024




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