Pailin stops rice imports thanks to landmine clearance


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(Khmer Times) Pailin province no longer has to rely on importing rice from Thailand with it converting the minefields into agricultural lands.

A Baseline Survey Report outlining the demining achievement in the province revealed a total of 83,646,806 square metres that have been cleared of landmines which had 80,869 antipersonnel mines, 792 anti-tank mines, and 94,652 Explosive Remnants of War.

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Published: Friday, February 18, 2022

Last Updated: Friday, February 18, 2022

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