New Zealand’s Contribution to Peace and Stability on the Korean Peninsula
This publication provides documents on Cabinet’s June 2021 decisions to extend the mandate for the deployment of New Zealand Defence Force personnel to the United Nations Command (UNC) and the United Nations Command Military Armistice Commission deployment in the Republic of Korea, and to increase the contribution to the UNC Headquarters.
This pack of documents comprises:
- the June 2021 Cabinet document New Zealand’s Contribution to Peace and Stability on the Korean Peninsula [ERS-21-SUB-0022] and
- the associated minute New Zealand’s Contribution to Peace and Stability on the Korean Peninsula [ERS-21-MIN-0022].
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