Can the United Nations security council deploy forces in areas of conflict without consent from a rebel group?
On a United Nations site for, DEPLOYING PEACEKEEPERS, it said that
As a conflict develops, worsens, or approaches resolution, the UN is frequently involved in a number of consultations to determine the best response by the international community. These consultations would likely involve
All relevant United Nations actors
The potential host government and the parties on the ground
Does this mean that the consent of a rebel force (not recognized by the UN), which is in control of a region, is required to deploy UN peacekeeping forces by a UNSC Resolution?