UN Operation in Ivory Coast (ONUCI)

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Context

This mission was established under UN Security Council resolution 1528, of Feb 27, 2004, to monitor the cease-fire and movements of armed groups, support disarmament, demobilization, reintegration and repatriation and resettlement, protect UN Personnel, institutions and civilians, support humanitarian assistance and the implementation of the peace process, provide assistance in the field of human rights and restore a civilian policing presence in the country et re-establish the authority of the judiciary and the rule of law throughout Cote d’Ivoire.

Eligibility and Criteria

Awarded for 90 days consecutive service between 4 April 2004 to the present.

Description

A circular bronze alloy medal, 1.4 inches (35mm) in diameter:

On the obverse, the representation of the UN symbol surmounted by the straight letters UN, both in bas-relief.

On the reverse, an inscription bearing the words, "IN THE SERVICE OF PEACE" in English (and only in English).

A 0.5 inch (12mm) bronze ring, which holds the ribbon, passes through a small hollow ball at the top of a claw joined to the top of the medal.

The ribbon is United Nations blue with three thin stripes grouped together in the center, from left to right: orange, white and green.

 

Bars

There is no bar to this medal.

Wearing

The medal shall be worn in sequence prescribed in the Canadian Orders, Decorations and Medals Directive, and in the following manner:

on the left breast, suspended from the ribbon described above, after the MINUSTAH medal and before the UNMIS medal.

Postnomials

The use of a post-nominal is not authorized for this medal.

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