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  1. The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs ( OCHA) is a United Nations (UN) body established in December 1991 by the General Assembly to strengthen the international response to complex emergencies and natural disasters. It is the successor to the Office of the United Nations Disaster Relief Coordinator ( UNDRO ).

  2. As of 2019, there are two permanent non-member observer states in the General Assembly of the United Nations: the Holy See and Palestine.Both were described as "Non-member States having received a standing invitation to participate as observers in the sessions and the work of the General Assembly and maintaining permanent observer missions at Headquarters". [4]

  3. United Nations Iran–Iraq Military Observer Group (1988–1991) – military observers, General Slavko Jović as commander of mission; United Nations Transition Assistance Group (1989–1990) – military observers; United Nations Angola Verification Mission I (1989–1991) – military observers; Operational experience

  4. The United Nations Truce Supervision Organization (UNTSO) is an organization founded on 29 May 1948 for peacekeeping in the Middle East. Its primary task was providing the military command structure to the peace keeping forces in the Middle East to enable the peace keepers to observe and maintain the cease-fire, and as may be necessary in assisting the parties to the Armistice Agreements in ...

  5. United Nations General Assembly, Session 48, Resolution 265, Observer status for the Sovereign Military Order of Malta in the General Assembly, accessed 11 October 2013 ↑ UNGA Resolution A/RES/31/152 Observer status for the South West Africa People's Organization

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  7. › Iran–Iraq_WarIran–Iraq War

    In April 1969, Iran abrogated the 1937 treaty over the Shatt al-Arab and Iranian ships stopped paying tolls to Iraq when they used the Shatt al-Arab. The Shah argued that the 1937 treaty was unfair to Iran because almost all river borders around the world ran along the thalweg, and because most of the ships that used the Shatt al-Arab were Iranian.