United Nations Security Force


United Nations Security Force
UNSF
Einsatzgebiet: West-Neuguinea
Deutsche Bezeichnung: Sicherheitstruppe der Vereinten Nationen in West-Neuguinea
Englische Bezeichnung: United Nations Security Force in West New Guinea
Basierend auf UN-Resolution: 1752 (XVII) (GV); (21. September 1962)
Art der Mission: Friedensmission
Leitung: GenMaj Said Uddin Khan (Pakistan)
Einsatzstärke (max.): 1.500 Infanteristen
76 Luftstreitkraftangehörige
+ ziviler Stab
Militär aus:
Lage des Einsatzgebietes:

Die United Nations Security Force in West New Guinea (deutsch Sicherheitstruppe der Vereinten Nationen in West-Neuguinea, UNSF), eine UN-Friedensmission basierte auf der UN-Resolution 1752 (XVII) (GV) vom 21. September 1962 und fand vom Oktober 1962 bis April 1963 statt.

Ziel des UN-Mandats war die Kontrolle des Waffenstillstands sowie die Sicherung der öffentlichen Ordnung in West-Neuguinea. Das Hauptquartier der Mission befand sich in Hollandia, dem heutigen Jayapura. Die Mission wurde durch Generalmajor Said Uddin Khan aus Pakistan geführt.

UNSF war der polizeiliche Arm der United Nations Temporary Executive Authority (UNTEA), einer Verwaltungsmission der Vereinten Nationen, die den reibungslosen Übergang der Hoheitsgewalt über West-Papua von den Niederlanden auf Indonesien sicherstellte.

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