14 May 2008 - First two CAF members left for the UN mission on Golan Heights
Based on the decision of the Croatian Parliament from the 28 March 2008 about participation of the CAF members in the UN mission on Golan Heights - UNDOF, first two members Captain Željko Perić and First Liutenant Dražen Mužinić, left for the UNDOF mission. They have beeb assigned as staff officers for one year. About 100 CAF members will replace Slovak soldiers, which are deployed as part of an Austrian battalion in June.
28 March 2008 - Croatian Parliament decided for CAF to participate in UN mission on Golan Heights
The Croatian Parliament made a decision about participation of the Croatian Armed Forces' (CAF) members in the UN mission on the Golden Heights. Up to 100 CAF members would monitor the separation zone between Israel and Syria. The CAF members will replace Slovak soldiersm which are part of Austrian Battalion, on the Golan Heights in June this year.
25 January 2008 - Croatian officer left for the Un peacekeeping mission in Liberia (UNMIL)
A Croatian officer Major Nikica Lemić left for the UN peacekeeping mission in Liberia (UNMIL) in the capacity of staff officer. The Croatian Armed Forces participate in the UN peacekeeping mission in Liberia since October 2003. The mandate of the UN peacekeeping mission in Liberia was extended by the Security Council resolution 1792 from 19 December 2007. Currently there are 5 CAf staff officers in the Mission Command.
2 January 2008 - General Dragutin Repinc returned from the UN peacekeeping mission in India and Pakistan
After a two-year mandate in capacity of Commander of the UN peacekeeping mission in India and Pakistan the highest duty that has been performed by some Croatian officer in UN missions, Major General Dragutin Repinc returned home. The UN Security Council established the UN Peacekeeping mission in India and Pakistan in January 1949, shortly after Pakistan had proclaimed independence from India. In June 1949, a demarcation line was defined by the agreement in Karachi, but fighting started again in 1971 followed by the new agreement signed between India and Pakistan in 1972, which defined a new demarcation line between India and Pakistan. The Republic of Croatia has been participating in the UNMOGIP mission since August 2002.