UN peacekeeping missions involving Pakistan

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A military parade involving Pakistani soldiers deployed in aid of the United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

UN peacekeeping missions involving Pakistan covers a long and cherished history of Pakistani involvement with the United Nations. Pakistan joined the United Nations on 30th September, 1947. Since 1960, Pakistan has been actively involved in most of the UN Peacekeeping missions and today stands at the top with 10,175 troops and observers serving in current missions. Some of the major contributions were in Somalia, Sierra Leone, Bosnia, Congo and Liberia.