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UN Mission in Liberia (UN-led)
Begin: 10/03

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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.

Now the hard work begins: passing the peace baton in Liberia (09.11.2015)

The end of United Nations (UN) peacekeeping does not mean the end of a peacebuilding process. By this time next year, the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) will have withdrawn its peacekeeping operation after 10 years of deployment.

Security Council adjusts UNMIL's mandate (23.09.2015)

The UN Security Council has mandated the UN Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) to assist Liberia implement the national strategy on the Security Sector Reform in accordance with its draw-down plan.

Liberia making progress on numerous fronts, UN peacekeeping chief (10.09.2015)

Liberia is working hard to build institutions, pass legislation and put in place mechanisms that will enable it to maintain stability without the presence of a peacekeeping force, the head of United Nations peacekeeping told the Security Council today.

Security Council adjusts Liberia sanctions (02.09.2015)

The United Nations Security Council today renewed an arms embargo on non-State actors in Liberia for nine months while terminating other sanctions on the country, including a travel ban and asset freeze on those deemed a danger to its stability.


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