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UNFICYP Year in Review 2019: On 3 July 2019, the Jordanian flag was raised at UNFICYP headquarters in Nicosia, Cyprus, by Mutaz Hayajneh, the first United Nations Police (UNPOL) officer representing his country in the Mission. Photo by Katarina Zahorska, UNFICYP.
UNFICYP Year in Review 2019: On 14 October 2019, the President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins, accompanied by members of his delegation, visited UNFICYP where he was received by Force Commander Major-General Cheryl Pearce. Photo by Maria Homolyova, UNFICYP.
UNFICYP Year in Review 2019:From 24-26 July 2019, the Under-Secretary-General for Peace Operations, Jean-Pierre Lacroix, visited UNFICYP. Photo by Katarina Zahorska, UNFICYP.
UNFICYP Year in Review 2019: On 6 September 2019, Colonel Neil Wright from the United Kingdom assumed his duties as UNFICYP’s Chief of Staff. Photo by Maria Homolyova, UNFICYP.
UNFICYP Year in Review 2019: On 31 October 2019, the flag of the Republic of Ghana was raised by Sergeant Rebecca Owusu-Yirenkyiat at the UNFICYP headquarters in Nicosia, Cyprus. Photo by Maria Homolyova, UNFICYP.
UNFICYP Year in Review 2019: In 2019, UNFICYP surpassed the target set by United Nations headquarters for deployment of female military peacekeepers to peace operations. UNFICYP Photo.
Sıdıka Özdoğan and Şenay Eyüpoğlu from the Mağusa Kadın Merkezi Derneği (Makamer) or the Famagusta Women’s Centre have devoted their energies to raising awareness about the issues faced by women in their community.
Mağusa Kültür Derneği (MKD) or the Famagusta Cultural Association was established in 1992 and has since then used its best efforts to supporting women, youth and children in the Famagusta region of Cyprus.
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