Finland makes a voluntary contribution

17 May 2022 Strasbourg

The Government of Finland has made a new voluntary contribution of €2 000 000 to support the implementation of the Council of Europe Action Plan for Ukraine 2018-2022 and its successor Action Plan, bringing their total support to the Action Plan to €3.57 million. Finland has also contributed €750...

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Japan makes a voluntary contribution

16 May 2022 Strasbourg

The Government of Japan has made a voluntary contribution of €45 000 to support the prevention of violence against women and the Council of Europe action against cybercrime. The agreement was signed on 16 May 2022 by Ambassador Takeshi Akamatsu, Permanent Observer of Japan to the Council of...

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France makes a voluntary contribution

16 May 2022 Strasbourg

The Government of France has made a voluntary contribution of €790 000 to support the ECHR knowledge-sharing and superior courts dialogue, the global programme to counter falsified medical products, the prevention of violence against women and the Venice Commission. The agreement was signed on 16...

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Bulgaria makes a voluntary contribution

12 May 2022 Strasbourg

The Government of Bulgaria has made a voluntary contribution of €20 000 to reduce the European Court of Human Rights backlog of well-founded cases and to support the Venice Commission action to promote the development of democratic institutions based on respect for the rule of law and human...

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Luxembourg makes a voluntary contribution

28 April 2022 Strasbourg

The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg has made a voluntary contribution of €100 000 to support the Council of Europe Action Plan for the Republic of Moldova 2021-2024, the Council of Europe Action Plan on protecting vulnerable persons in the context of migration and asylum in Europe (2021-2025), the...

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Romania makes a voluntary contribution

7 April 2022 Strasbourg

Romania has made a voluntary contribution of €50 000 to reduce the European Court of Human Rights backlog of well-founded cases. The agreement was signed on 7 April 2022 by Ambassador Răzvan Rusu, Permanent Representative of Romania to the Council of Europe, and Mr Bjørn Berge, Deputy Secretary...

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The Slovak Republic makes a voluntary contribution

11 March 2022 Strasbourg

The Government of the Slovak Republic has made a voluntary contribution of €20,000 to support the Safety of Journalists Platform. The agreement was signed on 11 March 2022 by Ambassador Oksana Tomová, Permanent Representative of the Slovak Republic to the Council of Europe, and Mr Bjørn Berge,...

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Luxembourg makes a voluntary contribution

8 February 2022 strasbourg

The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg has made a voluntary contribution of €100,000 to reduce the European Court of Human Rights backlog of well-founded cases. The agreement was signed on 8 February 2022 by Ambassador Patrick Engelberg, Permanent Representative of Luxembourg to the Council of Europe and...

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Portugal makes a voluntary contribution

8 February 2022 Strasbourg

The Government of Portugal has made a voluntary contribution of €100,000 towards reducing the European Court of Human Rights backlog of well-founded cases as well as to support the activities of the Pompidou Group. The agreement was signed on 8 February 2022 by Ambassador Gilberto Jerónimo,...

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Monaco signs a two-year cooperation agreement

31 January 2022 Strasbourg

The Principality of Monaco has signed an Agreement which covers the years 2022-2023 and foresees a voluntary contribution of €240,000 to support a number of Council of Europe initiatives. The areas supported include combatting violence against women and children in Morocco and in Tunisia, the...

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Denmark makes a voluntary contribution

19 January 2022 Strasbourg

The Government of Denmark has made a voluntary contribution of €100,058.17 to reduce the European Court of Human Rights backlog of well-founded cases. Ambassador Erik Laursen, Permanent Representative of Denmark to the Council of Europe, met with Mr Bjørn Berge, Deputy Secretary General, on this...

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Finland makes a voluntary contribution

19 January 2022 Strasbourg

The Government of Finland has made a voluntary contribution of €500,000 to support the implementation of the Council of Europe Action Plan for Ukraine 2018-2022. This Action Plan aims to continue accompanying Ukraine in its efforts to bring legislation, institutions and practice further into line...

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Switzerland makes a voluntary contribution to support CoE Action Plan for Ukraine 2018-2022

12 January 2022

The Government of Switzerland has made an additional voluntary contribution of €477,267.74 to support the Council of Europe Action Plan for Ukraine 2018-2022. The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) has supported the Action Plan since its launch and this new contribution brings...

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Switzerland makes a voluntary contribution

14 December 2021 Strasbourg

The Government of Switzerland has made a voluntary contribution of €250,000 to reduce the European Court of Human Rights backlog of well-founded cases. Ambassador Anna Ifkovits Horner, Head of the Eurasia Division at the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs of Switzerland, met with Mr Bjørn...

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Estonia makes a voluntary contribution

14 DECEMBER 2021 STRASBOURG

The Government of Estonia has made a voluntary contribution of €10,000 to reduce the European Court of Human Rights backlog of well-founded cases. The agreement was signed on 13 December 2021 by Ambassador Rasmus Lumi, Permanent Representative of Estonia to the Council of Europe, and Mr Bjørn...

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Germany makes a voluntary contribution

8 December 2021 Strasbourg

The Government of Germany has made a voluntary contribution of €1,500,000 to support the Council of Europe Action Plan for Ukraine 2018-2022, the Council of Europe Action Plan for Georgia 2020-2023 and the Council of Europe Action Plan for the Republic of Moldova 2021-2024. These Action Plans...

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Malta makes a voluntary contribution

8 December 2021 Strasbourg

The Government of Malta has made a voluntary contribution of €40,000 to support the Venice Commission action to promote the development of democratic institutions based on respect for the rule of law and human rights, and MONEYVAL's 5th round of mutual evaluations. The agreements were signed on 7...

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Slovenia makes a voluntary contribution

Deputy Secretary General 8 December 2021 Strasbourg

The Government of Slovenia has made a voluntary contribution of €30,000 to support the Council of Europe’s Action Plan for Bosnia and Herzegovina 2022-2025, to protect children from all forms of human rights violations and to reduce the European Court of Human Rights backlog of well-founded...

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USA makes a voluntary contribution

6 December 2021 Strasbourg

The government of the United States has provided a new voluntary contribution of €1,294,470 to the Council of Europe action against cybercrime. The US Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs has supported the Octopus project since its launch and this additional contribution...

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Denmark makes a voluntary contribution

Deputy Secretary General 1 December 2021 Strasbourg

The Government of Denmark has made a voluntary contribution of €500,000 to support the implementation of the Council of Europe Action Plan for Ukraine 2018-2022. This Action Plan aims to continue accompanying Ukraine in its efforts to bring legislation, institutions and practice further into line...

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