Article posted on February 17, 2014
The UK All Party Parliamentary Group on Kurdistan during the visit to ICMP office in Iraq
The UK All Party Parliamentary Group on Kurdistan visited the ICMP office in Iraq to discuss a range of issues on their way to Halabja. The group was led by The Right Honourable Alistair Burt MP for North East Bedfordshire, the ICMP’s new commissioner, who has a special interest in the Middle East. Other members of the group included Mr Johnathon Woodcock MP for Barrow in Furness, Lord Maurice Glasman (Baron Glasman) and Ms Emma Grubb, the senior advisor to Nadhim Zahawi, the UK’s first Kurdish-born MP.), as well as Mr Gary Kent, Director of the APPG and Labour Friends of Iraq.
Article posted on February 16, 2014
Libyan Delegation Completes Two-Week Training Course at ICMP
A delegation of seven staff members from the Libyan Ministry for the Affairs of Families of Martyrs and of Missing Persons (MAFMM) successfully completed a two-week training course at ICMP’s facilities in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The delegation consisted of technical staff working on missing persons cases, including, among others, the Head of DNA Lab at MAFMM Technical department, Head of Data entry unit at the MAFMM Technical department and Head of Reference Sample Collection Unit at MAFMM. Read More…
Article posted on January 22, 2014
Meeting of Bevanda, Ljubic and Bomberger
Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina Vjekoslav Bevanda and the Minister for Refugees and Displaced Persons Damir Ljubic received today the Director General of the International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP) Kathryne Bomberger.
During the discussion, the Chairman Bevanda and Minister Ljubic expressed their appreciation and their full support to the activities of ICMP in resolving the issue of missing persons in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Read More…