Colombian Navy’s Demining Work Brings Hope


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(Diálogo Americas) The Colombian Navy closed 2022 with good news for the inhabitants of the department of Sucre on the Caribbean coast, declaring it free of antipersonnel mines. The efforts of the Humanitarian Demining Company, which cleared nearly 13,000 square meters of land, allowed the inhabitants to return to the fields to cultivate them, especially in the Montes de María region. The naval institution also carried out clearing work in six municipalities in the Bolívar department…

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Published: Friday, February 24, 2023

Last Updated: Thursday, November 2, 2023

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