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Closure of UNMIT

The United Nations Integrated Mission in Timor-Leste completed its mandate on 31 December 2012. Find out more about the closure in our Fact Sheet and by visiting the Momentum website which pays tribute to the Timorese achievements and marks the departure of UN peacekeepers.
  

The United Nations launches a groundbreaking new multimedia website, Momentum.tl, that pays tribute to the achievements of the people of Timor-Leste since they embarked on the path of independence in 1999 and marks the departure of UN peacekeepers from Timor-Leste after 13 years.

UN LAUNCHES GROUNDBREAKING MULTIMEDIA WEBSITE ON TIMOR-LESTE


Dili, 30 November 2012 -
The United Nations today launched a groundbreaking new multimedia website, Momentum.tl, that pays tribute to the achievements of the people of Timor-Leste since they embarked on the path of independence in 1999 and marks the departure of UN peacekeepers from Timor-Leste after 13 years.
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Building on stability showcases Timor-Leste and UNMIT’s shared journey since 2006. It pays tribute to the hard work, dedication and sacrifice of the women and men who have worked together to forge a brighter future for the country.

Click here to download to computer or e-reader

Securing the future
 chronicles the successful partnership forged between the National Police of Timor-Leste and the UN Police.

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Capturing the momentum
depicts the natural beauty and vibrant culture of Timor-Leste and shows how far the country has progressed since achieving independence.

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Timor-Leste thanks Portuguese Police for helping secure peace


Dili, 24 November 2012 Timor-Leste today says goodbye and thank you to police officers from Portugal for their role in helping secure peace and building the capacity of the country’s national police.

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Portuguese UN peacekeepers bid farewell to members of the National Police of Timor-Leste. Portugal was among the countries contributing the largest numbers of police since the United Nations Integrated Mission in Timor-Leste (UNMIT) was set up following the 2006 crisis. Photo by UNMIT/Sandra Black
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