Pakistan: One of the longest-serving and largest contributors to UN peacekeeping

A Pakistani medical officer serving with the UN Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) examines an infant in a maternity ward in Tubmanburg in February 2009.
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A Pakistani medical officer serving with the UN Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) examines an infant in a maternity ward in Tubmanburg in February 2009.
Brigadier-General Said-Uddin Khan (right), Commander-in-Chief of the UN Security Force (UNSF) George J. Janecek and several Pakistani Officers viewing the departure of about 100 Pakistani soldiers serving with the UN Security Force in West New Guinea (Wes
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Pakistani peacekeepers serving with the UN mission in CAR (MINUSCA) are seen here arriving in the capital, Bangui, in September 2014.
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Pakistani troops are seen here providing escort to NGO and media personnel in South Kivu in January 2015.
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Farkhanda Iqbel, a Pakistani police officer serving with the Joint UN-AU peacekeeping mission in Sudan’s Darfur region (UNAMID), attends the opening ceremony in March 2014 of the El Raman Women Shopping Centre.
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A Pakistani peacekeeper teaching a young Liberian to sew as part of the programme offered in Tubmanburg in May 2010.
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Seargent Saif (right), Signal Technician serving with the Pakistani battalion of UNMIL, along with Lt. Shafqat, conduct a five-day computer course for young Liberians in June 2013 at Camp Clara, the battalion’s headquarters outside of Monrovia.
UNMIL/Staton Winter
A member of the Pakistani contingent of the UN Operation in Côte d'Ivoire (UNOCI) is seen here providing medical consultations to civilians in Korhogo, in the country’s Poro Region, in May 2014.
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Private Johar Nafees (centre), a member of the Pakistani contingent of the UN Mission in Sudan (UNMIS), leads a prayer during the farewell ceremony in Khartoum for Sergeant Nazir Ahmed, who died in the line of duty in October 2006.
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