Proposal to Renew the United Nations Truce Supervision Organisation Deployment Mandate - Cabinet Documents
This publication provides documents on Cabinet's September 2018 decision to extend New Zealand's commitment of up to eight New Zealand Defence Force personnel to the United Nations Truce Supervision Organisation for two years to 30 September 2020.
This publication comprises:
- the September 2018 Cabinet minute of decision: Proposal to Renew the United Nations Truce Supervision Organisation Deployment Mandate [ERS-18-MIN-0020]
- the associated Cabinet paper: Proposal to Renew the United Nations Truce Supervision Organisation Deployment Mandate [ERS-18-SUB-0020].
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