The UN finds out which countries contributing most personnel to peacekeeping operations in 2018. “The Palestine Question” laid the foundation for today’s peacekeeping missions manned by the Blue Helmets.
The richer Nations contribute most to the funding for the peacekeeping missions. But the developing countries that contribute the soldiers on the ground. The United Nations pays the contributing governments a standard salary of roughly $1,330 dollars a month per soldier, which in turn pay their soldiers according to their own national rank and salary scale.
Ethiopia, Bangladesh, and India are the three countries in the top 3 positions contributing most for peacekeeping missions, it includes soldiers, staff officers, police and military experts on current missions as of April 30, 2018.