Libanon

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UNIFIL: Zwischen Routine und Eskalation 05/2019 Download (154 KB)
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UNIFIL: Der UN-Einsatz im Libanon setzt verstärkt auf Prävention 05/2017 Download (124 KB)

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UNIFIL

United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UN-Geführt)
Mandatiert seit: 03/78

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UNSCOL

Office of the United Nations Special Coordinator for Lebanon

Mandatiert seit: 02/07

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UN working with both sides, after hidden tunnels confirmed along Lebanon-Israel ‘Blue Line’ (11.12.2018)

The head of the United Nations peace mission in Lebanon has urged an end to “rumours and speculations” over tunnels which have been discovered along the UN-drawn “Blue Line” – the border demarcation between Lebanon and Israel. … According to the UNIFIL Force Commander, technical experts from the...

Lebanon's Hariri says concessions made, hopes for government formation soon (09.10.2018)

[…] In the more than five months since a parliamentary election in May, politicians have been unable to agree a unity government that can get to work on badly needed economic reforms.

Security Council extends mandate of UN Interim Force in Lebanon for a year (30.08.2018)

In a unanimous action, the United Nations Security Council extended the mandate of the Organization’s peacekeeping mission in Lebanon until 31 August next year. Adopting resolution 2433 (2018), on Thursday, the 15-member Security Council also called on the Lebanese Government to develop a plan to...

Lebanon tells Syria development law could hinder refugees' return (26.05.2018)

Lebanese Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil wrote in a letter to his Syrian counterpart Walid al-Moualem that the terms of “Law 10” could make it difficult for refugees to prove property ownership, and in turn discourage some from returning.

Lebanon's new parliament re-elects Hezbollah ally as speaker (23.05.2018)

Nabih Berri held the position of assembly speaker since 1992, with the focus now shifting to who will be prime minister.