Japan makes a new contribution of US$ 1,120,000 to the ECCC

The Government of Japan has announced a new contribution of US$1,120,000 to the international component of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC). This contribution brings the total financial assistance provided by the Government of Japan to the ECCC (national and international components) to US$ 85 million approximately or 32% of the total contribution by donors, which makes it the largest donor to the ECCC.

“On behalf of the ECCC, we would like to express our sincere appreciation for the continuous and significant financial contributions and support offered by the Government of Japan. This new assistance is crucial for the ECCC to complete its mandate, without interruption in the judicial proceedings,” said Acting Director of Administration Tony Kranh and Deputy Director of Administration Knut Rosandhaug in a joint statement.

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