Today we will tell you today is national what day. The United Nations (UN) General Assembly proclaimed May 29 as International Day of Blue Helmets as a tribute to all the men and women who served in peacekeeping operations because of their exceptional level of professionalism, dedication and courage and to honor the memory of those who lost their lives in the service of peace (resolution 57/129 of 11 December 2002). She called on all Member States, United Nations agencies, non-governmental organizations and individuals to celebrate the day as appropriate.
International Day of Blue Helmets May 29
“Peacekeeping is a way to help countries torn by conflict create conditions for sustainable peace Peacekeepers. – soldiers and military officers, civilian Police officers and civilian staff, Many of Them volontaires, from Many countries – monitor and observe peace processes in post-emerge That conflict assistance and assistance to assist in the development of peace
and social security, assistance and support, assistance and support. As of March 2004, more than 3,200 international civilian personnel, 1,200 UN Volunteers and nearly 6,500 local civilian personnel worked in a peacekeeping mission.
Coinciding with the International Day for Peacekeepers (May 29), Kosovo, Sierra Leone, the Democratic Republic of Congo, East Timor and Liberia, we are highlighting volunteers’ involvement in sustaining peace and building confidence in countries in conflict. ”