Estonia

Support for Mine Action

Last updated: 11 December 2023

In 2022, Estonia contributed US$30,000 to the United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS) for mine action activities in Iraq and Syria.[1] Estonia has contributed to UNMAS for more than 15 years. Estonia reported that in the period from 2012–2022, its total contribution to UNMAS amounted to $255,000.[2]

Five-year support to mine action

During 2018–2022, Estonia’s annual contribution has remained consistent at $30,000 annually, with an overall contribution to mine action of US$150,000 over the five-year period.

Summary of contributions: 2018–2022[3]

Year

Recipient

Amount (US$)

2022

UNMAS (Iraq and Syria)

30,000

2021

UNMAS (Iraq and Syria)

30,000

2020

UNMAS (Iraq and Syria)

30,000

2019

UNMAS (Iraq and Syria)

30,000

2018

UNMAS (Iraq)

30,000

Total

 -

150,000

 

 


[1] Estonia Mine Ban Treaty Article 7 Report (for calendar year 2022), Form J. See, Mine Ban Treaty Article 7 Database; and UNMAS, “Annual Report 2022,” April 2023, p. 119.

[2] Estonia Mine Ban Treaty Article 7 Report (for calendar year 2022), Form J.

[3] See previous Support for Mine Action country profiles. ICBL-CMC, “Country Profiles: Estonia,” undated.