Establishes the United Nations Iran–Iraq Military Observer Group: 620: 26 August 1988 15–0–0 Use of chemical weapons in Iran–Iraq War: 621: 20 September 1988 15–0–0 Appoints Special Representative for Western Sahara: 622: 31 October 1988 15–0–0 Confirms establishment of the United Nations Good Offices Mission in Afghanistan and ...
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 ...
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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.
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1. ^ Shown are the flags of the five countries in which ONUCA operated. They are in this order (sorted alphabetically): Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua.
1. ^ Shown are the flags of the newly independent East Timor and its former occupier, Indonesia(in that order).
1. ^ This mission operated within former Yugoslav successor states of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia(Serbia and Montenegro). The flags are shown in this order. 2. ^ Prevlaka Peninsula was claimed by both Croatia and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia(Serbia and Montenegro) and the flags are shown in this order. Upon resolution, all parties accepted Croatia's claim to the territory.
1. ^ The United Nations and all foreign governments but Turkey recognise the sovereignty of the Republic of Cyprus, whose flag is shown first, over the whole island of Cyprus. The second flag is that of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, a de factostate, by virtue of controlling the northern third of the island, which is recognised only by Turkey. 2. ^ The first flag is the flag of Serbia, used by Republic of Serbia which claims sovereignty over Kosovo. The second is the flag of the Rep...See individual mission websites with their listing.UN peacekeeping website
Extends mandate of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force: 2451: 21 December 2018 15–0–0 The situation in the Middle East 2452: 16 January 2019 15–0–0 Establishing the United Nations Mission to support the Hodeidah Agreement 2453: 30 January 2019 15–0–0 The situation in Cyprus: 2454: 31 January 2019 15–0–0
After the termination of the UNCIP, the Security Council passed Resolution 91 (1951) and established a United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) to observe and report violations of ceasefire. After the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971, the two countries signed the Simla Agreement in 1972 to define the Line of Control in ...