In January 2019, we thanked Bangladesh for their service and sacrifice
UN News Feature: Bangladesh - three decades of service and sacrifice in UN peacekeeping
Bangladesh is one of the largest contributors to UN peacekeeping operations. The South Asian nation first deployed uniformed personnel to serve with the Organization in 1988 when they were deployed to help monitor the armistice between Iran and Iraq. Over the past three decades, the contributions of these brave men and women in the countries in which they serve have been immense.
UN Radio: Interview with Major General Humayun of Bangladesh, Commander of the peacekeeping Force in Cyprus
It is "virtually impossible" to fully serve and protect civilians who rely on UN peacekeeping missions around the world without the participation of women within the ranks. That's the firm view of Major General Mohammad Humayun Kabir of Bangladesh, Commander of the UN Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus, which goes by the acronym UNFICYP. The full interview can be listened to here.
Video: Bangladeshi peacekeepers deliver critical medical aid to remote communities
In numbers: Bangladeshi peacekeepers deploy to ten missions
Find out Bangladesh’s current contributions from Troop and Police Contributors page.