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The Security Council sets a date for withdrawing the United Nations mission from Iraq

The UN Security Council voted unanimously on a draft resolution to conduct a final extension of the mandate of the UN mission in Iraq until December 31, 2025, after its work in the country for more than 20 years.

The Security Council decision came based on a request submitted by the Iraqi government, as the UN mission, which began its work in 2003, will have to leave Iraq by the end of 2025.

It is noteworthy that the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI), which was established in 2003 by a Security Council resolution to provide “advice, support and assistance to the government and people of Iraq,” assist in conducting the electoral process, manage dialogue between the Iraqi parties, and coordinate the development efforts of United Nations agencies, funds and programs. in the country.

The UN mission in Iraq currently employs about 648 employees, including 251 foreigners and 397 Iraqis.

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