Translation of peacekeeping in Spanish:

peacekeeping

Pronunciation /ˈpisˌkipɪŋ//ˈpiːskiːpɪŋ/

adjective

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    peacekeeping forces fuerzas de paz feminine
    • peacekeeping operation operación para el mantenimiento de la paz
    • After all, a South African peacekeeping force will provide them with necessary security requirements.
    • West African leaders agreed to send their peacekeeping troops to Liberia by next week.
    • The defence ministers discussed ways of reducing the peacekeeping contingent from its current 60,000 troops.
    • Yorkshire troops have already played their part in both combat and peacekeeping duties.
    • Some Royal Nepal Army personnel have served in United Nations peacekeeping forces.
    • Since 1948 there have been 49 UN peacekeeping operations, the majority since 1988.
    • More than 250 soldiers from Senegal will join the West African peacekeeping force in Liberia.
    • Traditionally, the largest military contributor to any UN peacekeeping operation has maintained command.
    • All other nations' armed forces involved in Asia are deployed in peacekeeping missions.
    • Some commentators have recommended that the Army establish constabulary units focused exclusively on peacekeeping duties.
    • Deaths that occurred overseas while personnel were on peacekeeping duties were also included.
    • He further stressed that India would also receive funding to enhance its peacekeeping training facilities.
    • Inevitably, peacekeeping training remains a minor component of training in general.
    • They have also been part of the United Nations peacekeeping forces in Cyprus and, more recently, Bosnia.
    • Twenty thousand American marines are stationed in East Africa as part of a United Nations peacekeeping force.
    • They advocated more peacekeeping training, the deployment of more combat support units and more military police.
    • Do you specifically want the United Nations to have some sort of peacekeeping role there?
    • Get international peacekeeping troops in as quickly as possible.
    • His attempt to take power by force was forestalled by a West African peacekeeping force financed largely by Nigeria.
    • In the future, however, we should do more to support the peacekeeping effort.

noun

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    mantenimiento de la paz masculine