NEW YORK, MAY 3 – Italy paid its contributions to the United Nations in full, the 39th country to do so in 2017, a UN Spokesperson announced on Wednesday.
With a contribution of over 94.5 millions dollars to the ordinary UN budget, Italy is the 7th top contributor, after the United States (610 millions), Japan (244.3) China (199.8), Germany (161. 5) France (122.5) and the United Kingdom (112.5) . Italy paid its shares to the International Tribunals as well, for a total of almost four million dollars, and its quota of the first semester of peacekeeping missions: almost 28.5 million dollars.
Italy is the eighth financial contributor to UN peacekeeping. Is is also the first Nato, EU and WEOG contributor for numbers of military personnel involved. (@OnuItalia)