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"We support the High Representative in his work of preparation with the Parties of the establishment of the new institutions: the collective Presidency, the Council of Ministers, the Parliament, the Constitutional Court and the Central Bank. We shall provide the future authorities with the necessary constitutional and legal assistance."

Overall Grade: +1

Assessment In an effort to secure peace, Germany has sent 4000 soldiers and 150 police officials to the former Yugoslavia. Germany expresses its desire to help the more than 320,000 refugees and 120,000 asylum- seekers from Kosovo to return to their homeland so that the rebuilding process may begin. This must be accompanied by the political and economic restructuring of Bosnia. Germany calls upon the EU to concentrate its efforts on the building of EU institutions at all levels in Bosnia-Herzegovina. To aid with this task, BM Dr.Klaus Kinkel has initiated the organization of the "Bosnien Task Force".

In 1996, Germany contributed DM 9 million to the general budget of the UNHCR:

The German Government pledges to support the 1997 UNHCR programmes with similar contributions.

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