EUFOR Liaison Observation Team (LOT) houses in Bosnia and Herzegovina are permanently in close contact with the local population.

EUFOR Liaison Observation Team (LOT) in Visegrad, whose members are from the Slovakian Army, shares a recent example of EUFOR co-operation with local communities.

This week, the Slovakian contingent of EUFOR teamed up with the Red Cross to donate blood to support hospitals in the area.

Today EUFOR marked the handover of one of the two Liaison Observation Teams (LOT) Banja Luka from Chilean to Slovenian EUFOR personnel. Present for the closed ceremony was COMEUFOR, Major General Alexander Platzer, and Slovenian Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina, H.E. Zorica Bukinac. The event marked the conclusion of over 18 years of Chilean service in LOT Houses.

Today in Čajniče, the Slovakian contingent to EUFOR based at LOT Foča donated parcels to the local kindergarten. The Slovakian Soldiers donated toys, books, blankets and drawing stationary to the children. In these confusing times for children so young it was a welcome surprise.

LOT House Sarajevo was inspected on Tuesday 2 February by COMEUFOR Major General Alexander Platzer. At the Slovakian LOT House, COMEUFOR received a number of briefs from LOT team leaders and house commander, Major Robert Lakatoš.

The Senior National Representative from Turkey, working at EUFOR Head Quarters, Colonel Selim Gökçegöz, has been busy traveling around BiH schools.
Funding donated by Turkey has been used to renovate and improve the learning experience for elementary schools particularly in the area of computer systems.

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Friday, 10 September 2021