On Skype there are many people, annoncing they are part of various UN peacemakers missione, mainly in Afghanistan, Syria and some other countries. Most of them are men, but there are women too. The vast majority are militaries of various ranks and Army branches, usually Americans, serving under UN. All of them present themselves as widowers or divorced with one or more children. Pretend that being unmarried at the moment they have their assets and money blocked by the Government and most often ask for some money help to support their children. Could some authority explain if there are such restrictions of access to their money for the single militaries on UN peacemaking missions? Thank you.
That is a very good question to ask.
In reality there are NO blocks to prevent people on UN peacekeeping missions from accessing their money, and in addition, single parents are required to establish detailed plans for the care of their children while they are gone, including having arrangements made for emergencies.
Anyone claiming to be on a UN peacekeeping mission who claims he/she cannot access their money or who claims that he/she cannot get help to their child is a liar and scammer.