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The United Nations has been present in Kosovo since 1999 through the United Nations Interim Administration Mission. Kosovo is the subject of a quarterly review at the Security Council. The Security Council also periodically examines the situation in Bosnia-Herzegovina, since it authorizes the deployment of the European Force on the ground. The United Nations is also involved in the Balkans through the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, a subsidiary organ of the Security Council, tasked with the prosecution of war criminals. In addition, a United Nations force has been deployed in Cyprus since 1964.

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Organisation des Nations Unies Présidence de la République France Diplomatie La France à l'Office des Nations Unies à Genève Union Européenne Première réunion de l'ONU