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Crisis in Yugoslavia

What NATO Nations Are Contributing

April 04, 1999

Humanitarian and military assistant to NATO effort in Yugoslavia as of the end of the week, as reported by NATO and the CIA.

HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE

Belgium

Britain

Items: Tents, blankets, funding

Value*: $800,000

Beneficiary: Macedonia, Albania

Canada

Items: Funding, airlift assistance

Value*: $8.5 million

Beneficiary: Aid organizations

Czech Republic

Items: Food, blankets, household items, funding, medical supplies

Value*: $231,000

Beneficiary: Albania, Macedonia, Montenegro, aid organizations

Denmark

Items: Clothes, medicine, food, teaching materials

Value*: $1.4 million

Beneficiary: Albania, Kosovo, Kosovo refugees

France

Germany

Items: Funding, food, household items, refugee centers

Value*: $15.2 million

Beneficiary: Albania, Kosovo refugees

Greece

Items: Ambulances, tents, food, medicine

Value*: $8.5 million

Beneficiary: Albania and Macedonia

Hungary

Iceland

Italy

Items: Ambulances, transportation, tents, medicine, household supplies

Value*: N/A

Beneficiary: Albania

Luxembourg

Items: Funding

Value*: $690,000

Beneficiary: Aid organizations

Netherlands

Items: Funding

Value*: $5.1 million

Beneficiary: Albania, Macedonia, Montenegro, air organizations

Norway

Items: Funding

Value*: $2.7 million

Beneficiary: N/A

Poland

Items: Food, medicine, blankets

Value*: $250,000

Beneficiary: Albania and Macedonia

Portugal

Spain

Items: Transportation

Value*: N/A

Beneficiary: NA

Turkey

Items: Food, medicine, tents, blankets

Value*: $270,000

Beneficiary: Albania and Macedonia

U.S.

Items: Funding, tents, blankets, clothing

Value*: $16.5 million

Beneficiary: Albania, Macedonia, aid organizations

***

MILITARY ASSISTANCE

Belgium: 10 F-16 fighters

Britain:22 planes, 1 submarine, 1 frigate

Canada: NA

Czech Republic: Military hospital

Denmark: 4 F-16 fighters, 105 personnel in Italy

France: 40 planes, 1 submairne, 1 frigate, 2,400 troops in Macedonia

Germany: 4 fighters, 3,000 troops in Macedonia

Greece: Port used as transit point

Hungary: Use of airports, airspace

Iceland: None

Italy: 42 planes, use of 11 bases

Luxembourg: 1 AWACS plane

Netherlands: 16 F-16s, 2 support planes, 1 warship

Norway: 6 F-16s, 180 personnel in Italy

Poland: None

Portugal: 3 F-16 fighters, 1 transport plane, 50 personnel in Italy

Spain: 5 planes

Turkey: 11 F-16 fighters

U.S.: More than 230 aircraft, 4 warships, 2 attack submarines

NA=not available

*Value of some individual items not listed, so totals for some countries may be higher Sources: NATO headquarters in Brussels, CIA

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