UNOCI

AcronymDefinition
UNOCIUnited Nations Operation in Cote d’Ivoire
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As a result, the participation of UNOCI and France in the offensive attacks and final siege on Mr.
Regarding the border with Liberia, she reported that it remains closed as a precaution against the Ebola Virus Disease, but information-sharing between the UN Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) and UNOCI has continued.
the feasibility of operations like the UN Mission in the Central African Republic and Chad (MINURCAT II), UNOCI in Cote d'Ivoire, and MINUSMA in Mali would have been very different in the absence of the EU operation in the case of Chad, Operation Licorne in the case of Cote d'Ivoire, and Operation Serval in the case of Mali.
Murphy noted that while the United Kingdom read Resolution 1975 to give "robust power" to the UNOCI, China viewed it radically different:
forces also attacked UNOCI headquarters and patrols with heavy weapons
The seven "were part of a patrol that was on a mission south of the locality of Tai, in a zone where UNOCI recently strengthened its presence due to threats of attacks against the civilian population", he said in a statement.
all parties to cooperate fully in the operation of UNOCI and French forces which support it.
The Council also urged all armed combatants to lay down their arms immediately and mandated UNOCI to collect, store or dispose of them.
UN spokesman Farhan Haq said the UN mission, known as UNOCI, was "providing protection and security in accordance with its mandate.
At this moment the military situation is as follows; the UNOCI (United Nations mission in Ivory Coast) troops have surrounded in a limited area the last defenders of the previous president Gbagbo," French Defence Minister Gerard Longuet told the French Senate on Thursday.
130) The mandate of UNOCI included the protection of "civilians under imminent threat of physical violence," (131) and it was authorized to use "all necessary means to carry out its mandate, within its capabilities and its areas of deployment.