United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS): Deployment Cabinet Paper and Minute
This publication provides documents on Cabinet's February 2018 approval to deploy a senior New Zealand Defence Force officer as Chief of Staff for the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) for one year from May 2018. The comprises:
- the Cabinet minute of decision: Deployment to United Nations Mission in South Sudan [NSE-18-MIN-0002]
- the Cabinet paper Deployment to United Nations Mission in South Sudan [NSE-18-SUB-0002].
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