Over 900 Kilometers in Bosnia and Herzegovina are Mine Suspected Areas


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(Sarajevo Times) The mine-suspected area in Bosnia and Herzegovina is 956.36 square kilometers or 1.96 percent of the territory, and demining organizations are currently implementing the “Via Majevica” project in five municipalities, two of which are in the Republika Srpska and three in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, said Bojan Klepić, head of the Banja Luka Office of the Center for Demining in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Klepić stated that the mine-suspected area in Republika Srpska is 166.70 square kilometers, and currently work is being done on nine areas with a size of 10.44 square kilometers.

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Published: Tuesday, July 18, 2023

Last Updated: Thursday, November 2, 2023

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