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UN Medals

AWARD supply museum quality UN medals, licensed by the Ministry of Defence, and die-struck in the UK to the same exacting standards as the original medal. The medals were awarded to various militaries of the world for participation in joint international military and police operations such as peacekeeping, humanitarian efforts and disaster relief. All medals are priced as individual items and are supplied with loose ribbon, unless stated. If you cannot find the medal you are looking for, please contact us on 01952 510053 and we will be happy to help you.

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  1. UN Afghanistan UNFIL Medal & OSGAP Clasp
    £14.95

    This Mission was established in March 1978 to confirm the withdrawal of Israeli forces from southern Lebanon, to restore international peace and security, and to assist the Government of Lebanon in ensuring the return of its effective authority in the area. The Mission continues to the present date. Learn More
  2. UN Afghanistan UNTSO Medal & UNGOMAP Clasp
    £14.95

    Established in June 1948 to assist the Mediator and the Truce Commission in supervising the truce in Palestine called for by the Security Council. Since its inception, UNTSO has performed various tasks entrusted to it by the Security Council, including the observation of the cease-fire in the Suez Canal area and the Golan Heights following the Arab-Israeli war of June 1967. At present, UNTSO assists and cooperates with UNDOF and UNIFIL in the performance of their tasks; observer groups are stationed in Beirut and in Cairo with liaison offices in Amman and Gaza City. Learn More
  3. UN Angola UNAVEM Medal
    £14.95

    UNAVEM was established to verify the redeployment northward and the phased and total withdrawal of Cuban troops from the territory of the Peoples's Republic of Angola in accordance with the timetable agreed between the Parties. The Mission was established for a period of 31 months, with effect from January 1989. Qualifying time for the award of the UNAVEM medal is 90 days of service in the Mission. Learn More
  4. UN Barundi UNONUM Medal
    £14.95

    Having determined that the situation in Burundi continued to constitute a threat to international peace and security in the region and acting under Chapter VII of the UN Charter, the Security Council, by its resolution 1545 of 21 May 2004, decided to establish the United Nations Operation in Burundi (ONUB) in order to support and help to implement the efforts undertaken by Burundians to restore lasting peace and bring about national reconciliation, as provided under the Arusha Agreement. Learn More
  5. UN Bosnia & Herzegovinia UNMIBH Medal
    £14.95

    This Mission was established in December 1995 under the Resolution 1035 (1995) for a period of one year from the transfer of authority from the United Nations Protection Force (UNPF) to the multinational implementation force (IFOR). The main tasks of the United Nations civilian police force include: monitoring, observing and inspecting law enforcement activities; training and advising law enforcement personnel; facilitating, within the International Police Task Force mission of assistance, the parties’ law enforcement activities; and ensuring the existence of conditions for free and fair elections. Learn More
  6. UN Bosnia etc UNPREDEP Medal
    £14.95

    UNPREDEP was established in March 1995 by Security Council Resolution 983 (1995) which decided that the activities of UNPROFOR, within the former Republic of Macedonia, shall be known as UNPREDEP. The mandate was essentially preventive, to monitor and report any development in the border areas that could undermine the confidence and stability in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia or threaten its territory. The Mission terminated in February 1999. Learn More
  7. UN Cambodia UNAMIC Medal
    £14.95

    UNAMIC was established in October 1991 to assist the Cambodian Parties to facilitate communications between the military headquarters of the four Cambodian Parties in matters relating to the cease-fire and to undertake a mine-awareness training role. Subsequently, this mandate was extended to include training in mine clearance and the initiation of a de-mining programme. The mandate for this Mission expired in March 1992 with the establishment of the United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia. Learn More
  8. UN Cambodia UNTAC Medal
    £14.95

    UNTAC was established in February 1992, incorporating the existing Mission, UNAMIC. The mandate for this Mission relates to human rights, the organisation and conduct of free and fair elections, military arrangements, civil administration, the maintenance of law and order, the repatriation and resettlement of the Cambodian refugees and displaced persons, and the rehabilitation of essential Cambodian infrastructures during the transitional period. After the elections, the Mission was closed on 15 November 1993 and replaced by the United Nations Military Liaison Team (UNMLT). Learn More
  9. UN Central America ONUCA Medal
    £14.95

    Established in December 1989 to conduct on-site verification of termination of aid to irregular forces and insurrectionist movements, and the non-use of the territory of one State for attacks on other States in the countries of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua.The Mission terminated in January 1992. Learn More
  10. UN Congo MONUC Medal
    £14.95

    MONUC medal was established on 2 May 2000. The ribbon has 2 outer bands of UN blue, representing the UN presence in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Inside the two bands, there are two equal bars in yellow, they represent the dawn of peace and prosperity. The dark blue in the middle of the yellow represents the Conge river. Learn More

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