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- DR Congo: Floods - Nov 2015
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Vienna, 20 November 2012 – "Austria responds to the humanitarian crisis in Uganda and South Sudan by making 1.45 million euros available", Vice-Chancellor and Foreign Minister Michael Spindelegger explained after the meeting of the Ministerial Council on 20 November. "Our contribution is intended to provide help in critical situations that are not in the limelight of the media but still require our political attention and humanitarian commitment."
Austria supports the Security Council initiative for strengthening humanitarian international law
Vienna, 30 January 2009 - "The protection of humanitarian international law is one of the priorities of Austria's work in the UN Security Council. Therefore, we very much welcome the fact that France, currently presiding over the Council, has initiated a discussion on this issue", said Foreign Minister Michael Spindelegger in connection with yesterday's first fundamental debate on the "respect for humanitarian international law" in New York.
Ministerial Council decides on Austria's participation in EU support mission to Congo
Vienna, 4 May 2006 - "After decades of civil war and foreign military interventions the first free parliamentary and presidential elections will be held before the end of this year. Free and peaceful elections constitute an important step towards the stabilisation of this sorely afflicted country and thus of the entire region. The European Union is prepared to support the Congolese people in these efforts.