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International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia

Volume 474: debated on Tuesday 1 April 2008

To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what financial support the UK Government have allocated to the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in each year since its establishment. (191981)

The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) is funded from the UN budget and the UK's main financial contribution is calculated as a proportion of the UK's assessed UN contributions. The UK's voluntary and UN assessed contributions to ICTY since its establishment are as follows:

US$

1995

1,016,190

Assessed

1996

855,703

Assessed

1997

495,178

Voluntary

1998

1,436,888

Voluntary

1998

204,500

Voluntary

1999

3,100,000

Assessed

2000

4,794,591

Assessed

2001

5,390,183

Assessed

2002

4,681,322

Assessed

2003

4,466,322

Assessed

2004

5,849,376

Assessed

2004

20,000

Voluntary

2005

5,809,039

Assessed

2005

15,000

Assessed

2006

5,319,942

Assessed

2007

5,845,538

Assessed