Australia pledges additional AUD 3,250,000

The Government of Australia has made a new pledge of AUD 3,250,000 to the international component of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC).

With this new pledge, the Government of Australia has provided financial assistance exceeding
AUD 29 million. Australia is the second largest donor to the ECCC, and it has supported the Court since its inception.

“On behalf of the ECCC, we would like to express our gratitude for the generous and continued support offered by the Government of Australia. This new contribution will assist the ECCC in completing its mandate in a timely fashion”, Acting Director of the Office of Administration Kranh Tony and Deputy Director Knut Rosandhaug said in a joint statement.

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