Cambodia - UNAMIC

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UNITED NATIONS ADVANCE MISSION IN CAMBODIA


LOCATION: Cambodia

HEADQUARTERS: Phnom Penh

DURATION: November 1991 - March 1992

STRENGTH: 1,504 military and civilian personnel

FATALITIES: None

EXPENDITURES: Included in UNTAC, see below.

FUNCTION: Established to assist the four Cambodian parties to maintain their cease-fire during the period prior to the establishment and deployment of the United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia, and to initiate mine-awareness training of civilian populations. Later, the mandate was enlarged to include a major training programme for Cambodians in mine-detection and mine-clearance and the mine-clearing of repatriation routes, reception centres and resettlement areas. UNAMIC was absorbed by UNTAC in March 1992

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