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United Nations Observer Mission in South Africa (UNOMSA)

In August 1989, the South African president, F.W. de Klerk, plunged his country into a process of change that was to culminate in ...

Mission | 1993 - 1993

Embargo on the Danube

Since it was founded in 1945, the multicultural state of Yugoslavia consisted in administrative terms of 6 constituent republics ...

Mission | 1993 - 1996

Cambodian Mine Action Centre (CMAC)

France’s colonial empire in Southeast Asia came to an end in 1954. The French colony of Cambodia also gained its independence. In ...

Mission | 1993 - 2000

United Nations Operation in Mozambique (UNOMOZ)

The Portuguese colony of Mozambique became independent on 25 June 1975 and the former freedom movement Frelimo took over the ...

Mission | 1993 - 1995

Operations in the Great Lakes region, Central Africa (1993-1994)

Conflicts between Hutus and Tutsis in Rwanda reached a new nadir at the beginning of the 1990s. At the request of the ...

Mission | 1993 - 1994

Operation Support Democracy and Uphold Democracy

The slave population of Haiti freed itself in 1804 from the French colonial yoke and proclaimed the independent republic of Haiti ...

Mission | 1993 - 1995

CSCE/OSCE in Georgia

The former Soviet republic of Georgia proclaimed its independence on 9 April 1991. The Islamic Ossets in Georgia opposed this and ...

Mission | 1994 - 1996

WEU in Mostar (Task Force Mostar)

In April 1993, the Bosnian Croats broke off cooperation with the Muslims. This resulted in heavy fighting in Central Bosnia and ...

Mission | 1994 - 1996

International Conference on Former Yugoslavia-mission (ICFY-mission)

In the summer of 1994, Yugoslavian President Milosevic tried to use a political gesture to achieve a relaxation of the ...

Mission | 1994 - 1996

United Nations Mission in Haïti (UNMIH)

The slave population of Haiti freed itself in 1804 from the French colonial yoke and proclaimed the independent republic of Haiti ...

Mission | 1994 - 1996