MOMEP

AcronymDefinition
MOMEPMilitary Observer Mission to Ecuador and Peru
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Na analise de Ojeda (2015, p.232) a MOMEP, derivada da Declaracao de Paz do Itamaraty e atuando nos marcos desse diploma legal, pode ser descrita como uma missao de paz convencional que teve como tarefa supervisar o cessar fogo, desmobilizar as tropas de ambos os lados e criar uma area desmilitarizada.
(2009, p.16) e tambem Laban (2009, pp.196-197), se o plano tatico-estrategico a MOMEP estava sob a orientacao norte-americana, isso nao impediu que os demais paises envolvidos tivessem seus papeis.
Iturralde e Franchi (2016, pp.110-111) afirmam que um fato relevante na atuacao da MOMEP foi a incorporacao de oficiais peruanos e equatorianos no processo de observacao gerando um ambiente de confianca reciproca.
Other missions include containment of state failure (Colombia and its immediate neighbors and Haiti, Cuba, and their Caribbean neighbors), and border conflicts (Military Observer Mission, Ecuador-Peru, or MOMEP).
* Some SSCs may require only a handful of military personnel for noncombat military observer missions [e.g., the Military Observer Mission, Ecuador/Peru (MOMEP), during the Peru-Ecuador border conflict of 1995 required only 50 personnel].
The current peacekeeping operations, Military Observer Mission Ecuador-Peru (MOMEP), has successfully stopped the shooting, but diplomatic negotiations for a final resolution show little sign of success.
MOMEP is a historical example of the military successfully assisting diplomats in a peacekeeping operation, because of the unprecedented cooperation between political and military representatives of the guarantor nations and the belligerents.
The experience of MOMEP could become a model for future peacekeeping operations involving primary military missions.