UNMIL Conduct and Discipline officer Mr. Fernando Ortiz, Jr. on 12th July 2013 lauded the Nigeria Formed Police Unit contingent as an exemplar of discipline and professionalism. He made this remark during the Refresher Training on Conduct and Discipline Issues including Prevention of SEA and the Core Values, at the NFPU camp, Gbarnga, Bong county, Liberia. He commended the contingent, though he said two months may be too short to give an overall appraisal of the contingent, but confirmed that so far the contingent has been performing creditably well, and advised that the troop should continue to maintain the current level of discipline and professionalism in the camp.
1. Deployment of FPU to UNAMID (Sudan1 and Sudan2), Officers and men who have just concluded FPU training at Mobile Training College, Ila Orogun, are to report at Directorate of Peacekeeping on Wednesday 22 May, 2013 with their International Passport, yellow card and luggage not above 40kg for deployment.
2. UNMIL FPU Deployment: Officers and men who have just concluded FPU training at Mobile Training College, Ila Orogun, are to report at Directorate of Peacekeeping on Sunday 12 May, 2013 with their International Passport, yellow card and luggage not above 40kg for deployment. Download UNMIL SIGNAL
On 25 April 20013, Security Council approved a 12,600-strong UN peacekeeping operation to take over from the African-led mission in Mali on 1 July 2013, and authorized the blue helmets “to use all necessary means” to carry out security-related stabilization tasks, protect civilians, UN staff and cultural artefacts, and create the conditions for the provision of humanitarian aid. The 15-member Council unanimously adopted resolution 2100 establishing the UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA).
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