Phnom Penh

February 1992 - September 1993

Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Chief of Mission
Yasushi Akashi (Japan) January 1992 - September 1993

Force Commander
Lieutenant-General John Sanderson (Australia) March 1992 - September 1993

Police Commissioners
Brigadier-General Klaas Roos (Netherlands) March 1992 - August 1993
Deputy Inspector General Shahudul Haque (Bangladesh) (Acting) August - September 1993

Maximum authorized
15,547 troops, 893 military observers, and 3,500 civilian police; there was also provision for up to 1,149 international civilian staff, 465 United Nations Volunteers and 4,830 local staff, supplemented by international contractual staff and electoral personnel during the electoral period
Maximum deployment
Military component: 15,991; civilian police component: 3,359 (June 1993). During the electoral period, more than 50,000 Cambodians served as electoral staff and some 900 international polling station officers were seconded from Governments

Contributors of Military and Civilian Police Personnel
Algeria, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bangladesh, Belgium, Brunei Darussalam, Bulgaria, Cameroon, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Egypt, Fiji, France, Germany, Ghana, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Malaysia, Morocco, Namibia, Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Pakistan, Philippines, Poland, Russian Federation, Senegal, Sweden, Thailand, Tunisia, United Kingdom, United States and Uruguay

4 military observers
41other military personnel
16 civilian police
5 international civilian staff
16 local staff
82 total

Method of financing
Assessments in respect of a Special Account
$1.6 billion
[Including the cost of UNAMIC]


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