Peacekeeping missions in 2003

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POLITICAL AND PEACE-BUILDING MISSIONS IN 2003

- Figures as of December 2003 -

 

 

UNAMA                                                 Since 28 March 2002

United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan                  

Special Representative of the Secretary-General:  Lakhdar Brahimi (Algeria)

Strength: international civilian 206; local civilian 702; military observer 8; civilian police 3

Appropriations for 2002-2003: $82.21 million

Current authorization: until 28 March 2004


UNOB                                                 Since 25 October 1993

United Nations Office in Burundi

Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of UNOB: Berhanu Dinka (Ethiopia)

Strength: international civilian 25; local civilian 32; military adviser 1

Appropriations for 2002-2003: $12.42 million

Current authorization: until 31 December 2004


BONUCA                                          Since 15 February 2000

United Nations Peace-building Office in the Central African Republic

Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of BONUCA: General Lamine Cissé (Senegal)

Strength: international civilian 23; military advisers 5; civilian police 6; UN Volunteers 2; local civilian 31

Appropriations for 2002-2003: $8.01 million

Current authorization: until 31 December 2004


Office of the                                     Since 19 December 1997

Special Representative of the Secretary-General for the Great Lakes Region     

Special Representative of the Secretary-General: Ibrahima Fall (Senegal)

Strength: international civilian 8; local civilian 8

Appropriations for 2002-2003: $2.81 million

Current authorization: until 31 December 2004


MINUGUA                                     Since 19 September 1994

United Nations Verification Mission in Guatemala            

Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Chief of Mission: Tom Koenigs (Germany)

Strength: international civilian 37; civilian police 3; UN Volunteers 31; local civilian 122

Appropriations for 2002-2003: $26.39 million

Current authorization: until 31 December 2004


UNOGBIS                                               Since 3 March 1999

United Nations Peace-building Support Office in Guinea-Bissau     

Representative of the Secretary-General and

Head of UNOGBIS: David Stephen (United Kingdom)

Strength: international civilian 13; military adviser 2; civilian police adviser 1; local civilian 11

Appropriations for 2002-2003: $5.00 million      

Current authorization: until 31 December 2004


UNSCO                                                 Since 1 October 1999

Office of the United Nations Special

Coordinator for the Middle East

Peace Process                                     

Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process and Personal Representative of the Secretary-General to the Palestine Liberation Organization and the Palestinian Authority: Terje Roed-Larsen (Norway)

Strength: international civilian 25; local civilian 17

Appropriations for 2002-2003: $8.94 million

Current authorization: until 19 September 2004


UNPOS                                                    Since 15 April 1995

United Nations Political Office for Somalia                         

Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of UNPOS: Winston A. Tubman (Liberia)

Strength: international civilian 5; local civilian 3

Appropriations for 2002-2003: $1.89 million           

Current authorization: until 31 December 2004


UNTOP                                                      Since 1 June 2000

United Nations Tajikistan Office of Peace-building           

Representative of the Secretary-General for Tajikistan: Vladimir Sotirov (Bulgaria)

Strength: international civilian 9; civilian police adviser 1; local civilian 16

Appropriations for 2002-2003: $3.48 million

Current authorization: until 31 May 2004


Office of the                                    Since 29 November 2001

Special Representative of the Secretary-General for West Africa

Special Representative of the Secretary-General:  Ahmedou Ould-Abdallah (Mauritania)

Strength: international civilian 5; local civilian 7

Appropriations for 2002-2003: $4.04 million

Current authorization: until 31 December 2004


MINUCI                                                   Since 13 May 2003

United Nations Mission in Côte d’Ivoire           

Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Chief of Mission: Albert Tévoédjré (Benin)

Strength: military liaison officers 72; international civilian 42; local civilian 57

Appropriations for 2002-2003: $13.41million

Current authorization: until 4 February 2004


UNAMI                                                 Since 14 August 2003

United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq      

Acting Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Iraq: Ross Mountain (New Zealand)

Strength: international staff 32; local staff 137;

military adviser 2

Appropriations for 2002-2003: $9.63 million

Current authorization: until 13 August 2004


COMPLETED MISSIONS:

 

UNMA                            15 October 1999-15 February 2003

United Nations Mission in Angola

 

UNPOB                                 June 1998 -31 December 2003

United Nations Political Office in Bougainville

UNPOB was replaced by the UN Observer Mission in Bougainville on 1 January 2004.

 

UNAMA, MINUCI and UNAMI, although political missions, are directed and supported by the Department of Peacekeeping Operations. All other political and peace-building missions are directed by the Department of Political Affairs. For information on political and peace-building missions, visit the United Nations website at

http://www.un.org/Depts/dpa/prev_dip/fst_prev_dip.htm

 

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http://www.un.org/Depts/dpko/dpko/home.shtml

 

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