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The Kingdom of Norway supports humanitarian demining efforts in Serbia

22.11.2006

H.e. Ms. May Britt Brofoss, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway in Slovenia, and Mr. Goran Ga?nik, Director of ITF, signed the Memorandum of Understanding at the 17th ITF Board of Advisors Session held in Ljubljana on 22 November 2006. The Memorandum of Understanding was signed between ITF and the Kingdom of Norway for donation in the amount of 3,700,000.00 NOK.

Norway has already contributed to ITF this year for demining activities in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia, while the funding covered by the respected Memorandum of Understanding has been an additional contribution for demining activities in Serbia.

Norway remains one of the ITF biggest donors and valuable contributors to mine action efforts in South East Europe.