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Swizerland donates for demining actvities in Bosnia and Herzegovina

14.11.2007
International Trust Fund for Demining and Mine Victims Assistance (ITF) received a donation from Switzerland  in the amount of 450.700 CHF. The donation agreement was signed today at the Embassy of Switzerland  in Ljubljana, by H.E. Stefan Speck, Swiss  Ambassador to Slovenia and Mr. Goran Ga?nik, ITF Director. The latest Swiss donation, thirteenth in row,  is earmarked for demining activities in Sarajevo Canton in Bosnia & Herzegovina which will be carried out by the NGO Norwegian People's Aid.

In total, Switzerland has contributed to ITF more than 3.66 million US$ and remains one of the most regular and recurring  donors to the ITF since 1999.