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20 Years since the Enactment of the International Peace Cooperation Law

20 Years Commemoration: Enactment and Enforcement of the International Peace Cooperation Law(img1)

In 2012, the International Peace Cooperation Law commemorates its 20th anniversary since its enactment and enforcement in 1992. In this two decades, Japan has dispatched 27 International Peace Cooperation Corps.
Let's look back on the two decades of Japan's international peace cooperation with a series of encouraging messages from Japanese peacekeepers and their supporters.

20 Years since the Enactment of the International Peace Cooperation Law(img2)
20 Years since the Enactment of the International Peace Cooperation Law(img3) Twenty years have passed since Japan's Act on Cooperation for United Nations Peacekeeping Operations and Other Operations (International Peace Cooperation Law) came into force. Let's take a quick look at Japan's major international peace cooperation activities.
Relay Messages from Peace Lovers(img4)
Relay Messages from Peace Lovers(img5) In "Relay Messages from Japanese Peacekeepers", we look back on the history of Japan's international peace cooperation through messages delivered by prominent figures who are well versed in international peace cooperation as well as former members of International Peace Cooperation Corps in commemoration of the 20 years since the enactment of the International Peace Cooperation Law.
Messages of Support for the International Peace Cooperation Activities(img6)
Messages of Support for the International Peace Cooperation Activities(img7) We thank you for posting warm words of support for "Messages for Japan's International Peace Cooperation Personnel". The campaign has now come to the end after receiving many messages. We will deliver these messages to the members of the International Peace Cooperation Corps in the field working in the UN Peacekeeping missions. Some will also be posted on our website shortly.
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