In 2017, the Republic of Turkey provided US$10,000 through the ITF (International Trust Fund) Enhancing Human Security for victim assistance activities in Lebanon.
Turkey is also affected by antipersonnel and antivehicle mines, as well as improvised explosive devices (IEDs). Between 1998–2012, Turkey reported contributing approximately 68.7 million Turkish Lira (approximately $30 million) to its own mine clearance efforts. Turkey has not reported the amounts contributed since then.
In 2014, the European Union (EU) contributed €19,800,000 ($26,328,060) for clearance activities in the eastern border regions, as part of an integrated border management project. Turkey did not receive international funding in 2015, 2016, and 2017.
 ITF Enhancing Human Security, “Annual Report 2017,” March 2018, p. 25.
 For more details, see, Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor, “Country Profile: Turkey: Mine Action.”
 Turkey Article 5 deadline Extension Request, 29 March 2013, p. 10.
 Email from Jérôme Legrand, Policy Officer, Weapons of Mass Destruction, Conventional Weapons and Space Division (K1), European External Action Service, 11 June 2015. Average exchange rate for 2014: €1=US$1.3297. US Federal Reserve, “List of Exchange Rates (Annual),” 2 January 2015.