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Who was the first person to use the term United Nations?
The set of rules made by the United nations made at a conference in San Francisco is called -------
The head of the UN is called the_____________________
The Secretary-General is the head of the United Nations.
Countries have to pay to be a part of the UN
Every member country is required to pay their share towards peacekeeping.
Which one of these are not a principle of the UN ?
The principles of United Nations are:
Prior to the United Nations which establishment was in charge of maintaining peace and order?
The League of Nations was formed after World War I to promote international cooperation and achieve peace and security.
United Nations was officially born in the year ____________.
United Nations was formed on 24 October 1945.
How many countries are a part of the UN till date ?
The UN's Membership has grown from the original 51 Member States in 1945 to the current 193 Member States.
What is the main aim of the UN?
The main objectives of the United Nations are the maintenance of international peace and security, the promotion of the well-being of everyone in the world, and international cooperation to these ends.
To maintain international peace & security. UN sends military force called_________________________ force to prevent war.
To maintain international peace & security. UN sends military force called peacekeeping force to prevent war.