International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia

Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs written question – answered on 1st April 2008.

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Photo of William Hague William Hague Shadow Secretary of State (Foreign Affairs)

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.

Photo of David Miliband David Miliband Foreign Secretary

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:

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

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