The Government of the Republic of Turkey has further demonstrated its commitment to the people of Bosnia and Herzegovina and to reinforcing stability, justice and the rule of law in the country by making a grant to the International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP) of US$200,000.
The funds were granted following a meeting in Sarajevo between the Turkish Minister of Foreign Affairs H.E. Professor Dr. Ahmet Davutoglu, and ICMP’s Director-General Ms. Kathryne Bomberger. The grant shall be used for ICMP’s work throughout Bosnia-Herzegovina.
“ICMP’s expertise in assisting the Government of Bosnia and Herzegovina to address the issue of missing persons regardless of ethnicity and its considerable and effective commitment to strengthening civil society through support to associations of relatives of missing persons throughout the country has created something that the Republic of Turkey is proud to support,” said H.E Vefahan Ocak, Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey to Bosnia and Herzegovina.