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@ITF_fund: .@ITF_fund is looking forward to join the #MineAction Symposium this year, too! https://t.co/4LuvUjNYhk
@ITF_fund: ITF Annual Report 2016 is out! In 2016, ITF implemented 31 projects in 18 countries and areas:… https://t.co/Aleom8ob3f

German donation to ITF for 2008 activities

07.03.2008
Federal Republic of Germany has again supported the activities of the International Trust Fund for Demining and Mine Victim Assistance (ITF) with its thirteenth donation to ITF. The donation agreement was signed at the Embassy of FR Germany in Ljubljana, by Ambassador Dr. Hans–Joachim Goetz and ITF Director Mr. Goran Ga?nik. The donation in total amount of EUR 3.1 million is earmarked for demining activities in Bosnia&Herzegovina and Serbia.

Germany is one of the most regular donor countries and has contributed on a yearly basis to ITF ever since ITF's inception in 1998. Donations from Germany to ITF now amount to over EUR 17 million. Donations were earmarked for demining activities in South East Europe, namely in Bosnia & Herzegovina, Serbia and Albania.