UNMIT

AcronymDefinition
UNMITUnited Nations Mission in Timor
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In reaction to the grave situation, the SG (S/2006/628) recommended the establishment of a multidimensional integrated mission--the United Nations Integrated Mission in Timor-Leste (UNMIT).
On 25 August 2006, the United Nations Security Council adopted resolution 1704, mandating UNMIT to provide interim law enforcement and public security until Timor-Leste's national police could be reconstituted and able to resume these roles.
Como la Dependencia de Asuntos de Genero de la UNMIT, la de Costa de Marfil o la de la MINURCAT.
(2007) Perceptions on Justice in Timor-Leste: A Report Prepared for UNMIT. (Unpublished report, copy on file with the author).
The 2,600-member mission in East Timor, called UNMIT, is engaged in work to support the country's nation-building efforts.
UNMIT Chief of Staff Wolfgang Weisbord-Weber said the Saturday polls were ''calm'' and ''peaceful'' with many people ''queuing up'' to cast their ballots.
UNMIT (UN Mission in Timer Leste [East Timor]) 2 military observers
He has held appointments in a number of United Nations field missions, including as Acting Chief of Staff and Chief of Political Affairs at the United Nations Integrated Mission in Timor?Leste (UNMIT) (2007?2009).
The meeting was held between member of the Iranian parliament's Training and Research Commission Gholam Ali Haddad Adel and Turkish Ambassador to Tehran Unmit Yardim.
en Liberia (1993/97); UNMIBH en Bosnia-Herzegovina (1995/2002); MONUA en Angola (199711999); MINURCA en la Republica Centroafricana (199812000); UNMIK en Kosovo (desde 1999); UNTAET (199912002); UNMISET (200212005), UNMIT (2006) en Timor Oriental o Timor Leste; MONUC en la Republica Democratica del Congo (desde 1999); UNAMSIL en Sierra Leona (199912005); UNAMA en Afganistan (desde 2002); ONUB en Burundi (2004/2006); ONUCI en Cote d'Ivoire (desde 2004); UNMIS en Sudan (desde 2005).
On August 25, 2006 the UN Security Council passed Resolution 1704, creating the United Nations Integrated Mission in Timor-Leste (UNMIT).
It also says ''the political, security, social, and humanitarian situation in Timor-Leste (East Timor) remains fragile'' and said one of UNMIT's important tasks is to continue activities in the interest of promoting peace and stability in the Southeast Asian country.