United Nations Standby Arrangements System (UNSAS)
Système d'arrangements en attente des Nations Unies
Established following a proposal in the "Agenda for Peace", by Secretary-General Boutros Boutros-Ghali of A-XA3375 - United Nations (UN). Formed part of United Nations Peace-keeping Operations within the F-XF1000 - United Nations System. No longer active.
Provide standby military forces capable of deploying at short notice for traditional peacekeeping operations to deal with threats to international peace, by agreement with nations concerned; facilitate the planning, implementation and effectiveness of peacekeeping operations.
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Countries contribute troops and/or equipment, troops being trained and ready for the peacekeeping role.
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