UNOMIG

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UNOMIGUnited Nations Observer Mission In Georgia
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Similarly, in June 2009 Russia vetoed a UNSC resolution that extended the UNOMIG mandate, and they pulled out of Abkhazia.
Under this agreement the United Nations (UN) set up an observation commission (UNOMIG) to monitor whether the conflicts in the region had stopped or not.
Observer Mission in Georgia (UNOMIG) comprised of eighty-eight military observers to monitor compliance with the most recent cease-fire agreement.
Mission in Georgia (UNOMIG), established in 1993 and expanded in 1994, has been engaged in a decade-plus-long, futile search for a peaceful resolution of the conflict.
Secretary-General appointed an experienced Deputy Special Envoy who speaks relevant languages, to reside in the area and double as head of the UN Observer Mission in Georgia (UNOMIG);
* UN Observer Mission in Georgia (UNOMIG, established August 24, 1993)--established to monitor compliance with the cease-fire agreement reached between the Republic of Georgia and Abkhaz separatist forces on May 14, 1994; following Russia's August 2008 military intervention, negotiations have been underway to determine the precise role of this force.
In 2009, Russia blocked consensus on an extension of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe's (OSCE) mission in Georgia, including its military monitoring operation in South Ossetia, and vetoed an extension of the United Nations Observation Mission in Georgia (UNOMIG), which monitored the situation in Abkhazia.
Established on August 24, 1993, by UN Security Council Resolution 858, the UN Observer Mission in Georgia (UNOMIG) monitors compliance with a cease-fire agreement reached between the Georgian Government and Abkhaz separatists.
* The UN dispatched a number of entrants into the Georgian peacekeeping sweepstakes: a Special Envoy appointed by the Secretary-General; a UN Observer Mission in Georgia (UNOMIG) established by the Security Council; individual UN agencies and programs, notably the UN High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR); and several-single issue special missions (e.g., one for human rights).