Mission in Nepal
The United Nations Mission in Nepal (UNMIN) was a special political mission and was established by UN Security Council Resolution No. 1840 in January 2007 to assist in the implementation of key points of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement. This agreement put an end to the internal armed conflict in the country. Subsequently, the mandate was extended in resolutions 1796 (2008), 1825 (2008), 1864 (2009), 1879 (2009) and 1909 (2010). The UN ceased its activities on January 15, 2011.

The mission in Nepal was the first such mission under the auspices of the UN, where Kazakh officers took part as military observers. Bauyrzhan Nigmetullin and Kairat Iskakov carried out tasks to monitor compliance with the points of the peace agreement signed by the conflicting parties in the period from 2007 to 2008. The work they have done in this country has given impetus to the development of peacekeeping in the Republic of Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstan peacekeeping
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