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United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UN-led)
Authorization date: 03/78

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Office of the United Nations Special Coordinator for Lebanon

Authorization date: 02/07

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EU supports Lebanese security sector with €50 million (19.03.2018)

The European Union has announced a €50 million package to support the Lebanese security sector, as part of its longstanding commitment to the stability and security of Lebanon. This package includes €46.6 million for promoting the rule of law, enhancing security and countering terrorism until 2020...

UNIFIL says 'no appetite' for war as Lebanon, Israel talk about border dispute (09.03.2018)

Lebanon and Israel have been holding talks nearly every day over a border dispute that has raised tensions between the two enemy states, according to the U.N. peacekeeping force on the frontier that is mediating their discussions.

UN peacekeeping chief wraps up three-day visit to Lebanon (27.02.2018)

The head of United Nations Peacekeeping Operations has wrapped up a visit to Lebanon with a call on leaders from Lebanon as well as Israel to take advantage of the role UN peacekeeping can play in finding political solutions to conflict.

Trump wants to cut funds for UN missions in Middle East (14.02.2018)

US President Donald Trump's administration is seeking to decrease its financial contributions to the Middle East in 2019, most notably to UN missions in Lebanon, the occupied Golan Heights, and Western Sahara. The plan, revealed on Monday, is unlikely to make it past sceptical politicians in...

Security Council calls for efforts to ensure stability in Lebanon (20.12.2017)

Welcoming the return of Prime Minister Saad Hariri to Lebanon and his decision to continue his term, the United Nations Security Council highlighted the need to protect the country from crisis that are destabilizing the Middle East.

Lebanese leader says will resign unless Hizballah withdraws from conflicts (28.11.2017)

Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri has threatened to resign unless Iranian ally Hizballah accepts Lebanon's policy of neutrality and stays out of regional conflicts.