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Thirty-one UNFICYP peacekeepers from 11 contingents of the UN Police (UNPOL) were awarded medals for their contributions to peace in Cyprus, in a ceremony held at the UN headquarters in Nicosia today.
Ozer Sahoglu’s recent selection for Europe's Migration Team of the United Nations Major Group for Children and Youth is perhaps no coincidence.
To mark this year’s World Environment Day, UNFICYP personnel joined forces with the Athienou Municipality in the Larnaca area and along with a group of youth rolled up their sleeves clean up parts of the buffer zone in the area.
The United Nations Special Representative of the Secretary-General in Cyprus, Elizabeth Spehar, the US Ambassador, Judith Garber, and the co-chairs of the Technical Committee on Environment, Michael Loizides and Salih Gücel met in Nicosia this evening to recognize and
Anna Michael is a 29-year-old Cypriot who is passionate about supporting young people to find their path and join the labour market through counselling and education.
Mıstıki Araz is a 18-year-old peace activist from Cyprus, who is helping to find new ways to break stereotypes and challenge the historical narratives he was taught since his childhood.
Today, the Minister of Defence of the Slovak Republic, Jaroslav Naď, and the Deputy Chief of the General Staff, Lieutenant General Ľubomír Svoboda, along with their delegation visited UNFICYP where they met with the Mission’s Force Commander, Major General Ingrid Gjerd
Maghazi Ahmed Elzubair is a 19-year-old environmental activist from Sudan who is currently in Cyprus completing her university studies.
Antreas Pallikaras is a 22-year-old young Cypriot who always liked to get involved in programmes that promote conversations around the environment and climate change.
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