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SIPRI Map of Multilateral Peace Operation Deployments

September 2012
All figures are estimates of international personnel deployed in theatre. They are taken from the SIPRI Multilateral Peace Operations Database, <>. Figures are as of 30 September 2012. The SIPRI Multilateral Peace Operations Database is a unique source of transparent and reliable data on all multilateral peace operations conducted around the world. It contains historical information on all United Nations and non-United Nations peace operations conducted since 2000, including location, mandate, participating countries, approved and actual personnel numbers disaggregated by personnel types, dates of deployment, financial costs and mission fatalities.
EUFOR ALTHEA: EU Military Operation in Bosnia and Herzegovina Start: 2004 Troops: 600 OSCE Mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina Start: 1995 Staff: 64 UNMIK: UN Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo Start: 1999 Obs: 6 Police: 8 Staff: 135 OSCE Spillover Monitor Mission to Skopje (Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia) Start: 1992 Staff: 42

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OSCE Mission to Serbia Start: 2001 Staff: 32 KFOR: NATO Kosovo Force Start: 1999 Troops: 6148 EULEX Kosovo: EU Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo Start: 2008 Police: 965 Staff: 223

JCC: Joint Control Commission Peacekeeping Force (Moldova: Trans-Dniester) Start: 1992 Troops: 1102 Obs: 40 OSCE Mission to Moldova Start: 1993 Staff: 14

EUMM: EU Monitoring Mission in Georgia Start: 2008 Obs: 120 Staff: 155

UNIFIL: UN Interim Force in Lebanon OSCE Minsk Conference (Nagorno-Karabakh)* Start: 1995 Staff: 5 UNAMI: UN Assistance Mission for Iraq Start: 2003 Troops: 394 Police: 4 Obs: 5 Staff: 388 EUJUST LEX-Iraq: EU Integrated Rule of Law Mission for Iraq Start: 2005 Staff: 44 Start: 1978 Troops: 11 528 Staff: 338 EU BAM Rafah: EU Border Assistance Mission for the Rafah Crossing Point (Palestinian territories) Start: 2005 Police: 3 MFO: Multinational Force and Observers (Egypt) Start: 1982 Obs: 1656 Staff: 67

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UNDOF: UN Disengagement Observer Force (Syria) Start: 1974 Troops: 1032 Staff: 41 EUPOL COPPS: EU Police Mission for the Palestinian Territories Start: 2006 Police: 25 Staff: 38 UNTSO: UN Truce Supervision Organization (Egypt, Israel, Lebanon, Syria) Start: 1948 Obs: 149 Staff: 94 TIPH 2: Temporary International Presence in Hebron (Palestinian territories) Start: 1997 Police: 31 Staff: 36

UNFICYP: UN Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus OSCE Presence in Albania Start: 1997 Staff: 22 OMIK: OSCE Mission in Kosovo Kosovo Force Start: 1999 Staff: 145 MINURSO: UN Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara Start: 1991 Troops: 26 Obs: 201 Police: 6 Staff: 94 EUCAP Sahel Niger: EU Capacity Building Mission in Niger Start: 2012 Police: 15 Staff: 6 ECOMIB: ECOWAS Mission in Guinea-Bissau Start: 2012 Troops: 630 UNIPSIL: UN Integrated Peacebuilding Office in Sierra Leone Start: 2008 Police: 8 Staff: 35
Operation Licorne (Côte d’Ivoire) Start: 2003 Troops: 450

Start: 1964 Troops: 852 Police: 64 Staff: 38 UNSMIL: UN Support Mission in Libya Start: 2011 Police: 1 Staff: 136

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UNMOGIP: UN Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (Jammu and Kashmir) Start: 1949 Obs: 40 Staff: 25 NNSC: Neutral Nations Supervisory Commission (North Korea, South Korea) Start: 1953 Obs: 10

UNAMID: AU/UN Hybrid Operation in Darfur Start: 2007 Troops: 16 326 Obs: 265 Police: 4919 Staff: 1100 UNIFSA: UN Interim Security Force for Abyei Republic of South Sudan Start: 2011 Troops: 3823 Obs: 141 Staff: 80 AMISOM: AU Mission in Somalia Start: 2007 Troops: 17 194 Police: 364 Staff: 41 UNMISS: UN Mission in the Republic of South Sudan Start: 2011 Troops: 6407 Obs: 141 Police: 522 Staff: 819 EUTM Somalia: EU Training Mission Somalia (Uganda) MICOPAX: Mission for the Consolidation of Peace in the Central African Republic Start: 2002 Troops: 334 Police: 57 Start: 2010 Troops: 121 Staff: 1 MONUSCO: UN Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo† Start: 1999 Troops: 16 996 Obs: 721 Police: 1392 Staff: 970 UNAMA: UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan Start: 2002 Obs: 14 Police: 3 Staff: 389 EUPOL Afghanistan: EU Police Mission in Afghanistan Start: 2007 Police: 190 Staff: 153 ISAF: International Security Assistance Force (Afghanistan) Start: 2001 Troops: 104 905 ISF: International Security Forces (Timor-Leste) Start: 2006 Troops: 451 UNMIT: UN Integrated Mission in Timor-Leste Start: 2006 Obs: 24 Police: 1135 Staff: 330

MINUSTAH: UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti Start: 2004 Troops: 7302 Police: 2803 Staff: 458

RAMSI: Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands Start: 2003 Troops: 164 Police: 155 Staff: 131

MAPP/OEA: Mission to Support the Peace Process in Colombia Start: 2004 Staff: 23

UNMIL: UN Mission in Liberia Start: 2003 Troops: 7545 Obs: 128 Police: 1308 Staff: 467 UNOCI: UN Operation in Côte d’Ivoire Start: 2004 Troops: 9392 Obs: 188 Police: 1387 Staff: 415

EUSEC RD CONGO: EU Advisory and Assistance Mission for Security Sector Reform in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

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Start: 2005 Staff: 51 EUPOL RD CONGO: EU Police Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo Start: 2007 Police: 16 Staff: 21

Ad hoc coalition operations African Union operations Commonwealth of Independent States operations Economic Community of Central African States operations European Union operations Economic Community of West African States operations North Atlantic Treaty Organization operations Organization of American States operations Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe operations United Nations operations

‘Troops’ figures represent combat and non-combat troops. ‘Obs’ figures represent military and civilian observers. ‘Police’ figures represent personnel with a civilian policing function. ‘Staff’ figures represent civilian mission staff in none of the other categories. = >5000 personnel = 100−5000 personnel = <100 personnel The markers do not show the exact site of deployments or mission headquarters * OSCE Minsk Conference = Personal Representative of the Chairman-in-Office on the Conflict Dealt with by the OSCE Minsk Conference † Until 1 July 2010, MONUSCO was named the UN Organization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (MONUC). SIPRI © December 2012

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