THE ROLE OF THE UN IN THE SETTLEMENT OF WORLD CONFLICTS
This article examines the role and activities of the United Nations (UN) in resolving international conflicts and supporting world peace and security. The article covers the historical context of UN peacekeeping activities from the moment of its foundation in 1945 to the present, discussing changes in the nature of world conflicts and the evolution of the role of the UN. Particular attention is paid to the example of the completed UNOMIG operation in Georgia, exploring the interethnic conflict in the region and the efforts of the UN in promoting a peaceful settlement. It also highlights the multifaceted activities of the UN, including the promotion of human rights, the fight against poverty and terrorism, as well as humanitarian assistance in crisis situations, such as the COVID-19 pandemic.