Commander EUFOR Visits LOT houses

On the 23 and 24 June 17, the EUFOR Commander, Major General Anton Waldner, visited 5 different Liaison and Observation Team (LOT) houses in BiH. The routine visits allow the Major General to gain valuable situational awareness. He visited LOT houses in Zenica , Zavidovici ,Travnik which were Turkish run, and 2 houses in Banja Luka run by the Romanians and Chileans. The Major general received briefings from the LOT houses as well as touring the local community to experience the LOT house involvement with the community first hand.

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Slovak LOT House Brightens the Lives of Children

On Friday 3 February personnel from the Slovakian manned LOT House Novo Sarajevo delivered groceries and kitchen accessories to Caritas, a Catholic charity in Ilidza who provide free meals to those who cannot afford it themselves. In the afternoon they travelled to a village called Kamenica in a Bosniak area. Here they handed out toys, clothes and food to 10 children, from less privileged families, who were delighted to receive the gifts.

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On Tour with Liaison and Observation Team Zavidovići

On 11 January ‘Naša Snaga’ camera team took the opportunity to visit the Turkish EUFOR Liaison & Observation Team (LOT) House in Zavidovići, a town in the Zenica-Doboj region, and accompany its members on a small tour within their area of responsibility.

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Livno LOT Team Visit Special Education and Rehabilitation Center

The 3rd of December 2016 was International Day of Persons with Disabilities and that week the Nova Nada (New Hope) Special Education and Rehabilitation Center in Kovači, near Tomislavgrad, organized an “open door” day. A team from the Turkish-manned LOT house in Livno visited the event to learn about the special work and activities conducted by the center.

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COM EUFOR visits LOT house Cazin

On the 7th of November COM EUFOR Major General Johann Luif visited the Romanian Liason and Observation Team (LOT) based in Cazin. During the visit the personnel of the LOT discussed their experiences of the local area, including the attitudes and concerns of the people they regularly meet with as part of their work.

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