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  1. Pages in category "United Nations Military Observers" The following 10 pages are in this category, out of 10 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

  2. I. International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People. United Nations Iran–Iraq Military Observer Group. Second United Nations Emergency Force. Israel–Syria Mixed Armistice Commission.

  3. UN Iran-Iraq Military Observer Group: UNIIMOG Iraq Iran. Supervise ceasefire after the Iran-Iraq War: Ended February 1991 1989: 1991: UN Angola Verification Mission I: UNAVEM I Angola: Supervise withdrawal of Cuban troops from the Angolan Civil War: Ended June 1991 1989: 1990: UN Transition Assistance Group: UNTAG South West Africa ( Namibia ...

  4. This is a list of the current permanent representatives to the United Nations at United Nations Headquarters, New York City. The list includes the country that they represent and the date that they presented their credentials to the UN Secretary-General. The list is sorted by the official order in which the flags are flown in front of UN buildings.

  5. Wars involving Iraq. Iran–Iraq military relations. Cold War history of Iran. History of the Persian Gulf. Military history of Islam. Iran–Saudi Arabia proxy conflict. Iran–United States proxy conflict. Hidden categories: Commons category link is on Wikidata.

  6. Jul 16, 2019 · The troops are assisted by military observers from the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization's Observer Group Golan, along with international and local civilian staff. UNDOF is deployed within and close to the zone with two base camps, 44 permanently manned position and 11 observation posts.

  7. United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan. The Security Council Resolution 47 (1948) also enlarged the membership of the UNCIP to 5 members. India and Pakistan signed the Karachi Agreement in July 1949 and established a ceasefire line to be supervised by observers.