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Status of contributions as at 31 October 2013. Note by the secretariat.
This document contains information on the status of receipt of contributions to the UNFCCC trust funds as at 31 October 2013. The status of indicative contributions to the Kyoto Protocol is reported separately from the status of contributions to the Convention. Table 1 lists all 195 Parties to the Convention and shows the expected and received contributions during 2013 and the outstanding balances in euros due to the Trust Fund for the Core Budget of the UNFCCC. Ninety-eight Parties have paid their contributions for 2013, amounting to 71 per cent of the indicative contributions for this year. Table 2 reflects the outstanding contributions in United States dollars for the years 1996-2009, while, in table 3, Parties are grouped according to their status of contributions paid to the core budget for the Convention. Table 4 lists all 192 Parties to the Kyoto Protocol and shows the expected and received contributions during 2013 and the outstanding balances for 2013 in euros due to the Trust Fund for the Core Budget of the UNFCCC. Eighty-eight Parties have paid their contributions for 2013, representing 76 per cent of the indicative contributions for this year. Table 5 shows the outstanding amounts for the years 2005–2009 in United States dollars. In table 6, Parties are grouped according to their status of contributions paid to the core budget for the Kyoto Protocol. All Parties to the international transaction log (ITL) have paid their fees for the biennium 2012-2013. Five Parties have already paid advances for a total amount of EUR 192,958 towards the fees of 2014. Table 7 reflects the voluntary contributions received in 2012-2013 by the Trust Fund for Supplementary Activities, including fees related to joint implementation, which amount to USD 31.4 million and USD 7.1 million, respectively. Table 8 shows voluntary contributions to the Trust Fund for Participation in the UNFCCC Process, amounting to USD 6.5 million in the biennium 2012-2013. The various fees paid towards the clean development mechanism are listed in table 9 and amount to USD 144.7 million for the biennium 2012-2013
Item 18(a) of the provisional agenda
Administrative, financial and institutional matters
Budget performance for the biennium 2012-2013
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United Nations Office at Geneva | Geneva (Switzerland) | 07/11/2013