International Peacekeeping Mission in Central Alqosia

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The International Peacekeeping Mission in Central Alqosia (Mission internationale de maintien de la paix en Alqosia centrale), commonly referred to as MIMPAC, is the name for both the Morivaine-Luxemburger military presence in Hervenbosch and the title for the joint civilian-military administration of Hervenbosch following the overthrowing of the Hervenbosch Free State. Following a spate of terror attacks on Alisnan nationals, culminating in the 2017 Hermansburg Nightclub attack, Morieux and Van Luxemburg occupied Hervenbosch, charging its government with human rights abuses and being unable to keep the peace. Resistance by the Hervenbosch Self-Defence Force was minimal and that Force now co-operates with maintaining public order in Hervenbosch, alongside Morivaine and Luxemburger troops.

Morivaine and Van Luxemburger forces entered eastern Hervenbosch via Maalukhir on 3rd August 2017, effecting airborne landings on the 4th and 5th of August. Hervenbosch forces resisted briefly, but the Hervenbosch Free State formally invited the Morivaine and Luxemburger troops into Hervenbosch on the 10th of August, at which point military operations against the Self-Defence Force ceased. The Joint Stabilisation Force continued into the Northern Desert the same day, where it encountered stiffer resistance and insurgency actions from the Northern Front. The Hervenbosser government was replaced with the Provisional Administration on the 15th of August. The structure of the Hervenbosch state, including civil services, public services, and emergency services remained the same, but the Hervenbosser Parliament was disbanded and the Constitution suspended. Executive and legislative authority in Hervenbosch is now held by the Central Provisional Administration, which is a power-sharing body comprised of former Hervenbosser security officials and Morivaine-Luxemburger diplomats and military officials.

The occupation has been followed by an insurgency, with the Northern Alliance attempting to expand its control further into the rest of the country. Since the invasion, Northern Alliance forces have suffered several major setbacks, with the forces of the Provisional Administration, supported by Morieux and Van Luxemburg, advancing into the northern part of the country.

History

Background

Intervention

Stabilisation Administration

Current events

Structure

MIMPAC is made up mostly of a binational force hailing from both the Morivaine and Luxemburger armed forces.

Forces Committed

 Van Luxemburg

  • 24e Regiment Luikse Dragonders
  • 8e Régiment Guides Perret
  • 7e Régiment François Gabriaux (Airborne battalion subelement)
  • 25e Regiment Limburgse Jagers (Mechanized battalion)

 Morieux

  • 13e Régiment de Commandement et de Transmissions Parachutiste (13e RCTP)
  • 11e Régiment de Hussards Parachutistes (11e RHP)
  • 12e Régiment de Chasseurs Parachutistes (12e RCP)
  • 6e Régiment de Chasseurs Parachutistes (6e RP)
  • 4e Régiment de Chasseurs Parachutistes (4e RCP)
  • 16e Régiment de Hussards Parachutistes (16e RHP)
  • 37e Régiment d'Artillerie Parachutiste (37e RAP)
  • 21e Régiment du Génie Parachutiste (21e RGP)

Headquarters

International response

See also