United Nations Military Observer Mission in Prevlaka

February 1996 — December 1999

The UNMOP mission was established by UNSCR 1038 to monitor the demilitarisation of the Prevlaka peninsula, a strategic area disputed by Croatia and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY).

UNMOP carried out its mandate by maintaining a presence in its headquarters at Cavtat and at team sites at Herceg Novi in FRY and Gruda in Croatia.

Observers carried out vehicle, foot and standing patrols, and protested violations of the demilitarised zone to the Croatian and FRY authorities.

Operation Details
Duration:  February 1996 — December 1999
Operation type:    UN led Peacekeeping Operations (Observer) 
Commitment:    10 cumulative missions 






Visit the official UNMOP website








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