Indonesia’s Proud History of Service to U.N. Peacekeeping

New York, N.Y. The Republic of Indonesia has a proud history of Peacekeeping service around the wold wit the United Nations.

5 August 2012. El Fasher: UNAMID peacekeeper first Lieutenant Sigit Jatmiko, of the Indonesia's Formed Police Unit, interacts with children in Abu Shouk camp for Internally Displaced Persons (North Darfur) during a morning patrol. Indonesia has around 150 FPU policemen deployed in Darfur to provide escort and security to UNAMID, UN agencies and any other aid organization, as to the Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) in Abu Shouk and Zam Zam camps. Photo by Albert González Farran - UNAMID
UNAMID peacekeeper first Lieutenant Sigit Jatmiko, of the Indonesia’s Formed Police Unit,
interacts with children in Abu Shouk camp for Internally Displaced Persons (North Darfur)
during a morning patrol. 
Indonesia has around 150 FPU policemen deployed in Darfur
to provide escort and security to UNAMID, UN agencies and any other aid organization,
as to the Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) in Abu Shouk and Zam Zam camps.

Photo by Albert González Farran – UNAMID.

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