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Decision 10 COM XI.33
Requests for International Assistance

33. The Secretariat presented document CC-86/CONF.003/4 which set out four large-scale requests for technical co-operation which had all been examined by the Bureau at its 10th session. The Committee approved the four requests, as follows:

- Bulgaria - Provision of a tacheometer with accessories and two additional items for the photometer already supplied, for the surveying of World Heritage sites - $34,000

- Turkey: for the safeguarding of Istanbul - $47,000

   - training in wood and stone conservation - $12,000

   - creation of a laboratory for wood conservation - $10,000

   - provision of a photogrammetric camera - $25,000

- Yugoslavia - Provision of equipment for the control of microclimatic conditions and for the conservation of paintings in the monuments of Ohrid - $20,000

- ICCROM - Financial contribution for the organization of the 7th International Course on the Technology on Stone Conservation to be held in Venice from 28 April to 27 June 1987, to enable fellows from developing countries to participate in the course - $24,500