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UN Mission in Liberia (UN-Geführt)
Beginn: 10/03

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Liberia’s Defense Minister denies politicizing military (25.03.2016)

Liberia Defense Minister Brownie Samukai has denied politicizing the country’s military. ... A consortium of political parties and civil society groups rallied earlier this month to urge an extension of the UN peacekeeping mission in Liberia (UNMIL) after its mandate ends in June. The groups said...

Future of Liberia and UN presence in the country discussed at Security Council (17.03.2016)

One year since Liberian authorities launched a “historic undertaking” to assume full responsibility of the country’s security by the end of next June, top United Nations officials today discussed what measures are needed to support the implantation of the plan.

Hailed as ‘role models,’ all-female Indian police unit departs UN mission in Liberia (12.02.2016)

Since 2007, there have been nine rotations of all-female police units from India, whose primary responsibilities have been to provide 24-hour guard duty and public order management and to conduct night patrols in and around the capital, Monrovia, while assisting to build the capacity of local...

Drawdown does not end mandate (10.02.2016)

[…] The Special Representative of the Secretary General of United Nations in Liberia, Farid Zarif, stated that by June 30, the security mandate of UNMIL will be turned over to Liberian security agencies, but the United Nations Security Council will determine in December 2016 further decisions on...

Official: Liberia military ready to handle security after UN mandate ends (20.01.2016)

Liberia’s defense minister said the military is ready to take over responsibility for the nation’s security after the United Nations Mission in Liberia’s (UNMIL) mandate ends this June. Brownie Samukai said the more than 2,000 strong Liberia military has been undergoing training in preparation for...

Liberia President supports reducing presidential term (06.01.2016)

Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf said she supports the call by Liberians to reduce the presidential term of office from two six-year terms to two four-year terms.

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