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Parliamentary questions
26 April 2018
E-002338-18
Question for written answer
to the Commission
Rule 130
Nikolaos Chountis (GUE/NGL)

 Subject:  The finances and management of Unicef's Greek branch under scrutiny

Unicef’s Greek branch has been ejected from the international mother organisation, and Unicef has issued a statement referring to concerns that had arisen in connection with the recent audit by an independent body, pointing out that it will continue to offer work to Greece providing the necessary reforms have been completed.

It has also transpired that it has been decided to carry out a thorough financial and management audit going back over a period of fifteen years.

Because Unicef is currently implementing many programmes in Greece and has gathered a huge amount of resources from public funding, grants and donations from ordinary citizens, and given that the Commission is gathering data from the Member States on external humanitarian aid,

will the Commission say:

Does it know what resources Unicef has raised from Greece over a period of fifteen years?

Which programmes has it co-funded with Unicef in Greece, over a fifteen-year period, and what are these programmes worth?

What is it going to do about projects currently under way?

Original language of question: EL 
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