Bosnia and Herzegovina - UNMIBH - Facts and Figures
   United Nations Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Location Bosnia and Herzegovina
Headquarters Sarajevo
Duration December 1995 to December 2002
Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Coordinator of United Nations Operations in Bosnia and Herzegovina Jacques Paul Klein (United States)
August 1999 - December 2002
Elisabeth Rehn (Finland)
February 1998 - July 1999
Kai Eide (Norway)
January 1997 - January 1998
Iqbal Riza (Pakistan)
December 1995 - November 1996
Police Commissioner Sven Christian Frederiksen (Denmark)
May 2002 - December 2002
Vincent Coeurderoy (France)
April 2000 - May 2002
Detlef Buwitt (Germany)
April 1999 - April 2000
Richard Monk (United Kingdom)
February 1998 - March 1999
Manfred Seitner (Denmark)
March 1997 - February 1998
Thomas Fitzgerald (Ireland)
January 1996 - February 1997
Strength Authorized strength
2,057 civilian police personnel and 5 military liaison officers
Maximum strength (November 1997)
2,047 civilian police and military liaison personnel
Strength as of 30 September 2002
1,414 civilian police personnel; 395 international civilian personnel and 1,174 local staff
Contributors of Civilian Police Personnel Argentina, Austria, Bangladesh, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt,Estonia, Fiji, Finland, France, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Jordan, Kenya,Lithuania, Malaysia, Nepal, Netherlands, Nigeria, Norway, Pakistan, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, Senegal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey,Tunisia Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States and Vanuatu
Fatalities 1 military personnel
8 civilian police
3 local civilian staff
12 total
Financial Aspects Method of financing:
Assessments in respect of a Special Account
Final figures not yet available
[Budget included UNMIBH, UNMOP, and United Nations liaison offices at Belgrade and Zagreb]

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