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@ITF_fund: We thank one of our greatest friends Amb @SeanOReganIRL @IrlEmbLjubljana for his contirbution to ITF and wish him a… https://t.co/9VyW81k3vk
@ITF_fund: ITF se iskreno zahvaljuje VP Grmeku @SLOinBIH za nepogrešljivo pomoč pri delovanju ITF v #BiH in mu želi uspešno na… https://t.co/lCEr3IaWOm
@ITF_fund: Broadening our knowledge on ammunition effects on the #environment in Bucharest, #Romania, organised by #STO @NATO https://t.co/dV54QIEMdi
@ITF_fund: ITF is advancing with a project in #Colombia w/ @theGICHD helping @daicma establish a team of Quality Managers… https://t.co/CFgcwdSqFy
@ITF_fund: We are expanding our activities in #Albania! Albanian MoD and ITF signed an agreement on conventional weapons destr… https://t.co/34lGGKedfR
@ITF_fund: Any guesses what we are up to this time? First glimpse coming in a week or two. https://t.co/6AXF69hGxx
@ITF_fund: Presenting the final report of a project enabling scholarships for 23 landmine/UXO victims in #BIH to H. E. Esen Al… https://t.co/nIMkGcBGk2

ITF Visit in Dublin, Ireland

28.09.2016

On 26 and 27 September 2016 Ambassador Damjan Bergant, ITF Director visited Dublin, where he met with director general of Europe Division Ambassador Eoin O’Leary, Deputy Director of Europe Division and representatives of Disarmament and Non-Proliferation Section as well as the Latin America and Caribbean Americas Unit in the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Ireland.

Ireland is among the most important members of ITF’s donor community. Since 1999 it has allocated more than 915,741 USD for a variety of mine action programs in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and in 2016 also in Ukraine.

Ambassador Bergant thanked the Government of Ireland for their support and contributions so far, and expressed wishes for further cooperation with ITF.