UNIFIL’s Nepalese Battalion organized the visit of young children from a local public school in Houla, in south-eastern Lebanon, to its base in Meis Ej Jebel last week.
Today, the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) marked the 39th anniversary of its establishment with a ceremony at its Headquarters in Naqoura highlighting the Mission’s commitment to providing a safe and secure environment for the local population in southern Lebanon.
The clear sky, the sunshine and the gentle breeze indicated that spring was arriving to the Lebanese capital, Beirut. The ebb and flow of the gentle sea waves in the country’s commercial hub, the Beirut Port, made the ambiance even more soothing.
UNIFIL’s Sector East Headquarters organized last week a five-day joint training on “Military Decision Making Process” for 19 officers and warrant officers from the Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF) and various UNIFIL units operating in south-eastern Lebanon.
Working with UNIFIL’s Spanish peacekeepers since 16 January, veterinarian experts from various Spanish Universities provided advice, on-the-spot treatments and vaccinations in 24 villages in the UN Mission’s area of operation in south-eastern Lebanon.
The Minister of Defense of Lebanon, Yaacoub Sarraf, today visited the headquarters of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) in Naqoura, south Lebanon, and met with the UNIFIL Head of Mission of Force Commander, Major General Michael Beary.