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SEEMACC meeting in Sibenik, Croatia

With the purpose of continuation of the co-operation in the area of mine action in the region of South-Eastern Europe and to review the results of SEEMACC Working Group and new SEEMACC strategy (2012-2015), the 22nd meeting of South Eastern Europe Mine Action Coordination Council (SEEMACC) was held in Šibenik, Croatia and chaired by Mr. Miljenko Vahtari?, CROMAC Assistant Director. The SEEMACC meeting was held in the frame of the 9th International Symposium ‘’Humanitarian Demining 2012’’. The meeting was attended by representatives from member/observer organizations: ITF Enhancing Human Security, The Republic of Macedonia Protection and Rescue Directorate, BHMAC, CROMAC, MDDC, Albania Mine & Munitions Coordination Office - AMMCO (former AMAE), CROMAC CTDT, ANAMA and MAC Serbia. The MAC representatives from Iraq were also present as observers.

Mine action achievements in 2011/2012 and plans for the future were briefly presented by each member/observer. All SEEMACC members/observers confirmed the necessity for the SEEMACC meetings also in the future in spite of lack of donor funds intended for regional cooperation. Detailed information and minutes from the meeting will be available on the SEEMACC web page