United Nations Mission in Sudan
The United Nations Mission in Sudan (UNMIS) is a UN peace support operation set up under Chapter VI of the United Nations Charter. The UN Security Council authorized the establishment of UNMIS through its adoption of Resolution 1590 on 24 March 2005, following the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA). UNMIS’ overall aim is to help the people of Sudan promote national reconciliation, lasting peace and stability and to build a prosperous Sudan, in which human rights are respected and the protection of all citizens is assured.
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