This video stockshots presents an overview of assistance provided by the European Community Humanitarian Office (ECHO) to Serbia, Montenegro and Kosovo.
In spite of international isolation which precluded EC financial and economic support, since 1991 the Commission has nonetheless allocated 525 million Euros for humanitarian aid to the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY). The Commission approved a further 31.6 million Euros to assist refugees in the region over the winter months of 2001. This comes in addition to the decision taken at the European Council in Biarritz in October 2000, which allocated an Emergency Assistance Package of 200 million Euros for Serbia.
Type: Stockshots [long] Reference: I-033985 Date: 18/01/2001 Duration: 29:00Personalities: Artemije, évêque de Raska-Prizren,Bernard Kouchner,Filip Vujanovic,Ibrahim Rugova,Poul Nielson,Vojislav KostunicaLocation:Frasher I Madh,Gracanica,Kosovo,Kovin,Mitrovica,Montenegro,Podgorica,Požarevac,Pristina,Serbia,Smederevo,Vinar i Larte