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Decision XXXIII/14: Financial reports and budgets for the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer

Recalling decision XXXII/12 on financial reports and budgets for the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer,

Taking note of the financial report for the Trust Fund for the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer for the fiscal year 2020,1

Recognizing the voluntary contributions of parties as an essential complement for the effective implementation of the Montreal Protocol,

Welcoming the continued efficient management by the Secretariat of the finances of the Trust Fund for the Montreal Protocol,

Recognizing that the exceptional circumstances arising from the coronavirus disease (COVID‑19) pandemic have resulted in a lower utilization of the budget in 2021, and taking this into account with respect to the level of contributions for 2022,

  1. To approve the revised budget, including the additional activities, of $3,619,899 for 2021 and the budget of $5,608,190 for 2022 and to take note of the indicative budget for 2023, as set out in table A of the annex to the present decision, to be considered further by the Thirty-Fourth Meeting of the Parties;
  2. To authorize the Executive Secretary, on an exceptional basis, to draw upon the available cash balance for 2022, provided that the cash balance is not reduced below the working capital reserve:
    1. In an amount of up to $246,939 for specific activities listed in table A of the annex to the present decision, which includes an indicative amount for an extraordinary meeting of the parties in 2022;
    2. As needed and in line with the costs of previous similar meetings for the convening of an extraordinary meeting of the parties as called for in decision XXXIII/3;
  3. To approve the contributions to be paid by the parties in the amount of $2,597,681 for 2022 and to take note of the contributions for 2023 as set out in table B of the annex to the present decision;
  4. To authorize the Secretariat to draw down from the cash balance the funds required to cover the shortfall between the level of contributions agreed upon in paragraph 3 of the present decision and the approved budget for 2022 as set out in paragraph 1 of the present decision;
  5. To reaffirm that a working capital reserve shall be maintained at a level of 15 per cent of the annual budget, to be used to meet the final expenditures under the Trust Fund, noting that the working capital reserve shall be set aside from the existing cash balance;
  6. To encourage parties and other stakeholders to contribute financially and by other means to assist the members of the three assessment panels and their subsidiary bodies with a view to ensuring their continued participation in assessment activities under the Montreal Protocol;
  7. To express its appreciation regarding the fact that a number of parties have paid their contributions for 2021 and prior years, and to urge those parties that have not done so to pay their outstanding contributions promptly and in full and all parties to pay their future contributions promptly and in full;
  8. To request the Executive Secretary to enter into discussions with any party whose contributions have been outstanding for two or more years with a view to finding a way forward, and to report to the Thirty-Fourth Meeting of the Parties on the outcome of those discussions to enable further consideration by the parties of how to address the matter;
  9. To request the Executive Secretary to continue to provide regular information on earmarked contributions and to include that information, where relevant, in the budget proposals of the Trust Fund to enhance transparency with regard to the actual income and expenses of the Trust Fund;
  10. To request the Executive Secretary to continue to prepare fact sheets for the presentation of future budgets;
  11. To request the Secretariat to ensure the full utilization of the programme support resources available to it in 2022 and in later years and, where possible, to offset programme support resources against the administrative components of the approved budget;
  12. To request the Secretariat to indicate in future financial reports of the Trust Fund the amounts of cash on hand and the status of contributions to the Trust Fund;
  13. To request the Executive Secretary to prepare budgets and work programmes for the years 2023 and 2024, based on the projected needs, for two budget scenarios:
    1. A zero-nominal-growth scenario;
    2. A scenario based on recommended adjustments to the zero-nominal-growth scenario, indicating the added costs or savings related thereto;
  14. To stress the need to continue to ensure that the budget proposals are realistic and represent the agreed priorities of all parties to help ensure a sustainable and stable fund and cash balance, including contributions.
1 UNEP/OzL.Conv.12(II)/5–UNEP/OzL.Pro.33/5.

Annex to decision XXXIII/14
Table A
Approved revised 2021, approved 2022, and noted 2023 budgets for the Trust Fund for the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer

(United States dollars)


Budget line

Cost category

2021

2022

2023

Approved Revised

Approved

Zero nominal growth

Proposed

1100

Employee salaries, allowances and benefits

1 516 450

1 691 100

1 725 000

1 725 000

1200

Consultants

85 000

85 000

85 000

85 000

1300

Meeting costs

       

1321

Conference services costs: Open‑ended Working Group meetings

345 000

632 000

595 000

595 000

1322

Conference services costs: preparatory meetings and meetings of the parties

525 000

650 000

650 000

650 000

1323

Communication costs of Article 5 assessment panel members and organizational costs of panel meetings

20 000

55 000

55 000

55 000

1324

Conference services costs: Bureau meetings

25 000

25 000

25 000

25 000

1325

Conference services costs: Implementation Committee meetings

125 000

125 000

125 000

125 000

5401

Hospitalitya

 -

25 000

25 000

25 000

 

Subtotal: meeting costs

1 040 000

1 512 000

1 475 000

1 475 000

3300

Travel of Article 5 parties and expertsb

 

 

 

 

3301

Travel of Article 5 parties: assessment panel meetings

15 000

380 000

350 000

350 000

3302

Travel of Article 5 parties: preparatory meetings and meetings of the parties

5 000

400 000

400 000

400 000

3303

Travel of Article 5 parties: Open‑ended Working Group meetings

5 000

365 000

365 000

365 000

3304

Travel of Article 5 parties: Bureau meetings

 -

15 000

15 000

15 000

3305

Travel of Article 5 parties: Implementation Committee meetings

 -

65 000

65 000

65 000

 

Subtotal: travel of Article 5 parties and experts

25 000

1 225 000

1 195 000

1 195 000

1600

Travel on official business

       

1601

Staff travel on official business

15 000

180 000

25 000

180 000

1602

Conference services staff travel on official business

 -

15 000

5 000

15 000

 

Subtotal: travel on official business

15 000

195 000

30 000

195 000

4100–5300

Other operating costs

 

 

 

 

4100

Expendable equipment

18 000

18 000

10 000

18 000

4200

Non-expendable equipment

25 000

25 000

10 000

25 000

4300

Rental of premises

32 000

32 000

32 000

32 000

5100

Operation and maintenance of equipment

20 000

20 000

20 000

20 000

5200

Reporting costsc

75 000

75 000

50 000

75 000

5300

Sundryd

25 000

25 000

16 500

25 000

 

Subtotal: other operating costs

195 000

195 000

138 500

195 000

5201

Public awareness and communicatione

121 500

59 900

61 500

92 000

 

Total direct costs

2 997 950

4 963 000

4 710 000

4 962 000

 

Programme support costs

389 734

645 190

612 300

645 060

 

Grand total

3 387 684

5 608 190

5 322 300

5 607 060

 

Additional activities

 

 

 

 

Enhancement of digital presence (website, mobile application, and meeting portal)

5407

Temporary post (P-3)

150 000

5408

Digital tools: enhancements

37 500

37 500

37 500

5409

UNV sciencef

20 000

20 000

20 000

5410

Communications campaign

27 100

5411

Registration and contacts management system

25 000

 

Subtotal: enhancement of digital presence

150 000

109 600

57 500

57 500

Additional meetings

       

5412

Conference services costs – ExMOP4

55 500

5413

Conference services costs – ExMOP5

108 930

 

Subtotal: meetings

55 500

108 930

 

Total direct costs – additional activities

205 500

218 530

57 500

57 500

 

Programme support costs

26 715

28 409

7 475

7 475

 

Total additional activities

232 215

246 939

64 975

64 975

 

Grand total

3 619 899

5 855 129

5 387 275

5 672 035

Abbreviations: ExMOP – Extraordinary meeting of the parties; UNV– United Nations Volunteers.
a Hospitality covers receptions at the meetings of the Open‑ended Working Group and the meetings of the parties.
b The participation of representatives of Article 5 parties in various Montreal Protocol meetings is budgeted at $5,000 per representative per meeting, using the most appropriate and advantageous economy-class travel fare plus the United Nations daily subsistence allowances and terminal expenses.
c This budget line includes coverage of the meetings, editing and translation of non-meeting documents, and assessment panel reports.
d This budget line includes telecommunication costs, freight costs and staff training costs.
e This budget line includes the costs of website and web tools maintenance and hosting, awareness-raising campaigns, visual materials, and the International Ozone Day celebration.
f As 2022 is an assessment year, the parties have accepted to fund on an exceptional basis and as a one‑off activity a national United Nations Volunteer for one year to enhance the Secretariat’s capacity to deal with scientific and technical issues.

Appendix to table A
Explanatory notes for the 2022 budget of the Trust Fund for the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer

 


Cost category

Budget line

Notes

Employee salaries, allowances and benefits

1100

The estimate under this category has been increased by two per cent over the approved 2021 budget to allow for inflation. The P-3 post of Information Technology Officer, included in the budget, is funded in the ratio of 30 per cent to 70 cent by the Vienna Convention and Montreal Protocol trust funds respectively.
The cost of the existing United Nations volunteers to support the work of the Secretariat has been included. The budget also includes other costs directly related to staff (e.g., medical services, stress counselling, host country services and security).

Consultants

1200

The estimate for consultants remains at the level of the 2021 approved amount.

Meeting costs

1300

This category includes venue costs, editing and translation of meeting documents, and interpretation during the meeting. Conference servicing staff time and travel costs are also included in this category.

1321

Open‑ended Working Group meetings:
The estimates for the forty-fourth meeting of the Open‑ended Working Group are based on: (a) the quote for the venue received from the conference services office at the headquarters of the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, in Bangkok, where the meeting is scheduled to take place from 11 to 15 July 2022; and (b) the quote for the documentation received from the Division of Conference Services of the United Nations Office at Nairobi.

1322

Preparatory meetings and Meetings of the Parties:
The estimate for the Thirty-Fourth Meeting of the Parties has been increased by $125,000. The cost is based on the quote received from the Division of Conference Services of the United Nations Office at Nairobi. As the hosting arrangements are not known at the time of preparing and approving the budget, it is assumed that the meeting will be held at the seat of the Secretariat, Nairobi.

1323

Communications and meeting costs for the assessment panels, associated technical options committees and subsidiary bodies are maintained at the level of the 2021 approved amount. The budget is used for the organization of meetings and for an allowance to co-chairs from Article 5 parties to cover communication costs related to the work of assessment panels.

1324

The budget for the meeting of the Bureau of the Thirty-Fourth Meeting of the Parties is kept at the same level as the 2021 approved amount owing to uncertainty regarding the translation and interpretation requirements.

1325

The proposed budget for Implementation Committee meetings in 2022 includes the cost of two meetings, one held back to back with forty-fourth meeting of the Open‑ended Working Group and the other held back to back with the Thirty-Fourth Meeting of the Parties. The budget amount is kept at the same level as the 2021 approved amount owing to uncertainty regarding the interpretation requirements.

5401

The hospitality cost covers receptions at the meeting of the Open‑ended Working Group and the Meeting of the Parties and has been maintained at the level of the 2021 approved amount.

Travel of Article 5 participants

3300

The participation of representatives of parties operating under paragraph 1 of Article 5 and countries with economies in transition in various Montreal Protocol meetings is budgeted at $5,000 per representative per meeting calculated on the basis of economy-class fares using the most direct and economical route and United Nations daily subsistence allowances.

3301

The cost of travel by experts to meetings of the assessment panels has been increased by $30,000 to cater for expected increased participation, as 2022 is an assessment year.

3302

The cost of travel by representatives to the Thirty-Fourth Meeting of the Parties is kept at the level of the approved 2021 amount.

3303

The cost of travel by representatives to the forty-fourth meeting of the Open‑ended Working Group is kept at the level of the approved 2021 amount.

3304

Includes the cost of travel of Bureau members to the Bureau meeting and to the Thirty-Fourth Meeting of the Parties, kept at the level of the approved 2021 amount.

3305

Includes the cost of travel of Implementation Committee members from Article 5 countries to participate in its sixty-eighth and sixty-ninth meetings, to be held back to back with the forty-fourth meeting of the Open‑ended Working Group and the Thirty-Fourth Meeting of the Parties, respectively. The budget has been kept at the level of the approved 2021 amount.

Travel on official business

1600

The budget includes travel by Secretariat staff to organize and/or participate in meetings of the Montreal Protocol and other relevant meetings, such as the meetings of the ozone officers under the regional networks of the OzonAction programme, to provide substantive support for meetings of importance to the ongoing work of the Secretariat to implement the decisions and requests of the parties.

1601–1602

Both budgets have been maintained at the level of the 2021 approved amount.

Other operating costs

4100–5300

The category includes expendable/non-expendable equipment, the rental of office premises, the operation and maintenance of equipment, reporting costs, sundry costs, public awareness campaigns and communication.

4100

The budget includes the cost of software licences, stationery, office supplies and consumables. The cost has been maintained at the level of the 2021 approved amount.

4200

This budget line provides for the cost of computers, peripherals and furniture. The cost has been maintained at the level of the 2021 approved amount.

4300

The rental cost for the Secretariat’s offices in Nairobi has been maintained at the level of the 2021 approved amount.

5100

For the operation and maintenance of equipment, the budget includes the service-level agreements for printers and photocopying machines, information technology support provided by the United Nations Office at Nairobi, and insurance of equipment. The cost is at the same level as for 2021.

5200

The reporting costs include reporting and coverage at the forty-fourth meeting of the Open‑ended Working Group and the Thirty-Fourth Meeting of the Parties; assessment panel reports; ad hoc translation and editing of documents not related to meetings; and publications. The cost is at the same level as for 2021.

5300

The sundry budget includes telecommunication costs, freight costs and staff training costs. The amount has been maintained at the level of the 2021 approved amount.

Public awareness and communication

5201

Includes website and web tools maintenance and hosting, awareness-raising campaigns, visual materials and the World Ozone Day celebration.

Additional activities funded by cash balance

5407–5413*

The budget will be used for:

    1. Enhancement of existing digital tools. The Secretariat had requested, and the parties had approved, a budget for the development of a contacts management system in 2020. The funds could not be used for that purpose. Part of the budget for 2022 may be used towards the development of the system;
    2. A national United Nations volunteer to support the scientific and technical aspects of the Secretariat’s work;
    3. Awareness-raising campaigns to complement the funds under the core budget;
    4. Costs related to the convening of the extraordinary meeting of the parties;
    5. Costs of participation by Article 5 parties in the extraordinary meeting of the parties.

*Budget lines corrected after submission of the budget document.

Table B
Parties’ contributions to the Trust Fund for the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer

(United States dollars)
(Pursuant to General Assembly resolution 73/271 of 22 December 2018, with a maximum assessment rate of 22 per cent)

 

Name of party

Adjusteda United Nations scale with 22 per cent maximum assessment rate considered

2022 contributions by the parties

2023 contributions by the parties equal to the zero‑nominal‑growth budget

2023 contributions by the parties equal to the proposed budget

1

Afghanistan

2

Albania

3

Algeria

0.138

3 585

7 345

7 738

4

Andorra

5

Angola

6

Antigua and Barbuda

7

Argentina

0.912

23 691

48 539

51 136

8

Armenia

9

Australia

2.203

57 227

117 250

123 524

10

Austria

0.675

17 535

35 926

37 848

11

Azerbaijan

12

Bahamas

13

Bahrain

14

Bangladesh

15

Barbados

16

Belarus

17

Belgium

0.818

21 249

43 536

45 866

18

Belize

19

Benin

20

Bhutan

21

Bolivia (Plurinational
State of)

22

Bosnia and Herzegovina

23

Botswana

24

Brazil

2.939

76 346

156 422

164 791

25

Brunei Darussalam

26

Bulgaria

27

Burkina Faso

28

Burundi

29

Cabo Verde

30

Cambodia

31

Cameroon

32

Canada

2.725

70 787

145 033

152 792

33

Central African Republic

34

Chad

35

Chile

0.406

10 547

21 609

22 765

36

China

11.967

310 864

636 920

670 997

37

Colombia

0.287

7 455

15 275

16 092

38

Comoros

39

Congo

40

Cook Islands

41

Costa Rica

42

Côte d’Ivoire

43

Croatia

44

Cuba

45

Cyprus

46

Czechia

0.310

8 053

16 499

17 382

47

Democratic People’s
Republic of Korea

48

Democratic Republic of the Congo

49

Denmark

0.552

14 339

29 379

30 951

50

Djibouti

51

Dominica

52

Dominican Republic

53

Ecuador

54

Egypt

0.185

4 806

9 846

10 373

55

El Salvador

56

Equatorial Guinea

57

Eritrea

58

Estonia

59

Eswatini

60

Ethiopia

61

European Union

2.492

64 734

132 632

139 728

62

Fiji

63

Finland

0.420

10 910

22 354

23 550

64

France

4.413

114 636

234 873

247 440

65

Gabon

66

Gambia

67

Georgia

68

Germany

6.071

157 705

323 117

340 405

69

Ghana

70

Greece

0.365

9 482

19 426

20 466

71

Grenada

72

Guatemala

73

Guinea

74

Guinea-Bissau

75

Guyana

76

Haiti

77

Holy See

78

Honduras

79

Hungary

0.205

5 325

10 911

11 494

80

Iceland

81

India

0.831

21 587

44 228

46 595

82

Indonesia

0.541

14 053

28 794

30 334

83

Iran (Islamic Republic of)

0.397

10 313

21 130

22 260

84

Iraq

0.129

3 351

6 866

7 233

85

Ireland

0.370

9 611

19 693

20 746

86

Israel

0.488

12 677

25 973

27 362

87

Italy

3.296

85 620

175 423

184 809

88

Jamaica

89

Japan

8.537

221 764

454 365

478 675

90

Jordan

91

Kazakhstan

0.177

4 598

9 420

9 924

92

Kenya

93

Kiribati

94

Kuwait

0.251

6 520

13 359

14 074

95

Kyrgyzstan

96

Lao People’s Democratic Republic

97

Latvia

98

Lebanon

99

Lesotho

100

Liberia

101

Libya

102

Liechtenstein

103

Lithuania

104

Luxembourg

105

Madagascar

106

Malawi

107

Malaysia

0.340

8 832

18 096

19 064

108

Maldives

109

Mali

110

Malta

111

Marshall Islands

112

Mauritania

113

Mauritius

114

Mexico

1.288

33 458

68 551

72 219

115

Micronesia (Federated States of)

116

Monaco

117

Mongolia

118

Montenegro

119

Morocco

120

Mozambique

121

Myanmar

122

Namibia

123

Nauru

124

Nepal

125

Netherlands

1.352

35 121

71 957

75 807

126

New Zealand

0.290

7 533

15 435

16 260

127

Nicaragua

128

Niger

129

Nigeria

0.249

6 468

13 253

13 962

130

Niue

131

North Macedonia

132

Norway

0.752

19 535

40 024

42 165

133

Oman

0.115

2 987

6 121

6 448

134

Pakistan

0.115

2 987

6 121

6 448

135

Palau

136

Panama

137

Papua New Guinea

138

Paraguay

139

Peru

0.152

3 949

8 089

8 523

140

Philippines

0.204

5 299

10 857

11 438

141

Poland

0.799

20 755

42 525

44 800

142

Portugal

0.349

9 066

18 575

19 569

143

Qatar

0.281

7 299

14 956

15 756

144

Republic of Korea

2.260

58 708

120 284

126 720

145

Republic of Moldova

146

Romania

0.197

5 117

10 485

11 046

147

Russian Federation

2.397

62 266

127 576

134 401

148

Rwanda

149

Saint Kitts and Nevis

150

Saint Lucia

151

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

152

Samoa

153

San Marino

154

Sao Tome and Principe

155

Saudi Arabia

1.168

30 341

62 164

65 490

156

Senegal

157

Serbia

158

Seychelles

159

Sierra Leone

160

Singapore

0.483

12 547

25 707

27 082

161

Slovakia

0.153

3 974

8 143

8 579

162

Slovenia

163

Solomon Islands

164

Somalia

165

South Africa

0.271

7 040

14 423

15 195

166

South Sudan

167

Spain

2.139

55 564

113 844

119 935

168

Sri Lanka

169

State of Palestine

170

Sudan

171

Suriname

172

Sweden

0.903

23 457

48 060

50 632

173

Switzerland

1.147

29 795

61 047

64 313

174

Syrian Arab Republic

175

Tajikistan

176

Thailand

0.306

7 949

16 286

17 158

177

Timor-Leste

178

Togo

179

Tonga

180

Trinidad and Tobago

181

Tunisia

182

Turkey

1.367

35 510

72 756

76 649

183

Turkmenistan

184

Tuvalu

185

Uganda

186

Ukraine

187

United Arab Emirates

0.614

15 950

32 679

34 427

188

United Kingdom of Great Britain
and Northern Ireland

4.552

118 247

242 270

255 233

189

United Republic of Tanzania

190

United States of America

21.930

569 672

1 167 180

1 229 628

191

Uruguay

192

Uzbekistan

193

Vanuatu

194

Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of)

0.727

18 885

38 693

40 763

195

Viet Nam

196

Yemen

197

Zambia

198

Zimbabwe

Total

100.000

2 597 681

5 322 300

5 607 060

a Unlike in previous years, the scale of assessment was rounded off before the contributions by party were calculated.

Table B
Parties’ contributions to the Trust Fund for the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer

(United States dollars)
(Pursuant to General Assembly resolution 73/271 of 22 December 2018, with a maximum assessment rate of 22 per cent)

 

Name of party

Adjusteda United Nations scale with 22 per cent maximum assessment rate considered

2022 contributions by the parties

2023 contributions by the parties equal to the zero‑nominal‑growth budget

2023 contributions by the parties equal to the proposed budget

1

Afghanistan

2

Albania

3

Algeria

0.138

3 585

7 345

7 738

4

Andorra

5

Angola

6

Antigua and Barbuda

7

Argentina

0.912

23 691

48 539

51 136

8

Armenia

9

Australia

2.203

57 227

117 250

123 524

10

Austria

0.675

17 535

35 926

37 848

11

Azerbaijan

12

Bahamas

13

Bahrain

14

Bangladesh

15

Barbados

16

Belarus

17

Belgium

0.818

21 249

43 536

45 866

18

Belize

19

Benin

20

Bhutan

21

Bolivia (Plurinational
State of)

22

Bosnia and Herzegovina

23

Botswana

24

Brazil

2.939

76 346

156 422

164 791

25

Brunei Darussalam

26

Bulgaria

27

Burkina Faso

28

Burundi

29

Cabo Verde

30

Cambodia

31

Cameroon

32

Canada

2.725

70 787

145 033

152 792

33

Central African Republic

34

Chad

35

Chile

0.406

10 547

21 609

22 765

36

China

11.967

310 864

636 920

670 997

37

Colombia

0.287

7 455

15 275

16 092

38

Comoros

39

Congo

40

Cook Islands

41

Costa Rica

42

Côte d’Ivoire

43

Croatia

44

Cuba

45

Cyprus

46

Czechia

0.310

8 053

16 499

17 382

47

Democratic People’s
Republic of Korea

48

Democratic Republic of the Congo

49

Denmark

0.552

14 339

29 379

30 951

50

Djibouti

51

Dominica

52

Dominican Republic

53

Ecuador

54

Egypt

0.185

4 806

9 846

10 373

55

El Salvador

56

Equatorial Guinea

57

Eritrea

58

Estonia

59

Eswatini

60

Ethiopia

61

European Union

2.492

64 734

132 632

139 728

62

Fiji

63

Finland

0.420

10 910

22 354

23 550

64

France

4.413

114 636

234 873

247 440

65

Gabon

66

Gambia

67

Georgia

68

Germany

6.071

157 705

323 117

340 405

69

Ghana

70

Greece

0.365

9 482

19 426

20 466

71

Grenada

72

Guatemala

73

Guinea

74

Guinea-Bissau

75

Guyana

76

Haiti

77

Holy See

78

Honduras

79

Hungary

0.205

5 325

10 911

11 494

80

Iceland

81

India

0.831

21 587

44 228

46 595

82

Indonesia

0.541

14 053

28 794

30 334

83

Iran (Islamic Republic of)

0.397

10 313

21 130

22 260

84

Iraq

0.129

3 351

6 866

7 233

85

Ireland

0.370

9 611

19 693

20 746

86

Israel

0.488

12 677

25 973

27 362

87

Italy

3.296

85 620

175 423

184 809

88

Jamaica

89

Japan

8.537

221 764

454 365

478 675

90

Jordan

91

Kazakhstan

0.177

4 598

9 420

9 924

92

Kenya

93

Kiribati

94

Kuwait

0.251

6 520

13 359

14 074

95

Kyrgyzstan

96

Lao People’s Democratic Republic

97

Latvia

98

Lebanon

99

Lesotho

100

Liberia

101

Libya

102

Liechtenstein

103

Lithuania

104

Luxembourg

105

Madagascar

106

Malawi

107

Malaysia

0.340

8 832

18 096

19 064

108

Maldives

109

Mali

110

Malta

111

Marshall Islands

112

Mauritania

113

Mauritius

114

Mexico

1.288

33 458

68 551

72 219

115

Micronesia (Federated States of)

116

Monaco

117

Mongolia

118

Montenegro

119

Morocco

120

Mozambique

121

Myanmar

122

Namibia

123

Nauru

124

Nepal

125

Netherlands

1.352

35 121

71 957

75 807

126

New Zealand

0.290

7 533

15 435

16 260

127

Nicaragua

128

Niger

129

Nigeria

0.249

6 468

13 253

13 962

130

Niue

131

North Macedonia

132

Norway

0.752

19 535

40 024

42 165

133

Oman

0.115

2 987

6 121

6 448

134

Pakistan

0.115

2 987

6 121

6 448

135

Palau

136

Panama

137

Papua New Guinea

138

Paraguay

139

Peru

0.152

3 949

8 089

8 523

140

Philippines

0.204

5 299

10 857

11 438

141

Poland

0.799

20 755

42 525

44 800

142

Portugal

0.349

9 066

18 575

19 569

143

Qatar

0.281

7 299

14 956

15 756

144

Republic of Korea

2.260

58 708

120 284

126 720

145

Republic of Moldova

146

Romania

0.197

5 117

10 485

11 046

147

Russian Federation

2.397

62 266

127 576

134 401

148

Rwanda

149

Saint Kitts and Nevis

150

Saint Lucia

151

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

152

Samoa

153

San Marino

154

Sao Tome and Principe

155

Saudi Arabia

1.168

30 341

62 164

65 490

156

Senegal

157

Serbia

158

Seychelles

159

Sierra Leone

160

Singapore

0.483

12 547

25 707

27 082

161

Slovakia

0.153

3 974

8 143

8 579

162

Slovenia

163

Solomon Islands

164

Somalia

165

South Africa

0.271

7 040

14 423

15 195

166

South Sudan

167

Spain

2.139

55 564

113 844

119 935

168

Sri Lanka

169

State of Palestine

170

Sudan

171

Suriname

172

Sweden

0.903

23 457

48 060

50 632

173

Switzerland

1.147

29 795

61 047

64 313

174

Syrian Arab Republic

175

Tajikistan

176

Thailand

0.306

7 949

16 286

17 158

177

Timor-Leste

178

Togo

179

Tonga

180

Trinidad and Tobago

181

Tunisia

182

Turkey

1.367

35 510

72 756

76 649

183

Turkmenistan

184

Tuvalu

185

Uganda

186

Ukraine

187

United Arab Emirates

0.614

15 950

32 679

34 427

188

United Kingdom of Great Britain
and Northern Ireland

4.552

118 247

242 270

255 233

189

United Republic of Tanzania

190

United States of America

21.930

569 672

1 167 180

1 229 628

191

Uruguay

192

Uzbekistan

193

Vanuatu

194

Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of)

0.727

18 885

38 693

40 763

195

Viet Nam

196

Yemen

197

Zambia

198

Zimbabwe

Total

100.000

2 597 681

5 322 300

5 607 060

a Unlike in previous years, the scale of assessment was rounded off before the contributions by party were calculated.