In Ukraine: Demining Paves Way for New Capabilities in Humanitarian Clearance


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(Euromaidan) The Russian invasion has left Ukraine with a staggering amount of territory to clear of landmines before normal agricultural activity can resume. According to Ukraine’s Emergency Service deputy chief Mykola Didyk, Russian forces may have scattered mines across 30% of Ukraine’s territory – some 174,000 square kilometers. The country faces major economic damage, with vast swathes of crops going unharvested and fields falling.

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Published: Friday, October 13, 2023

Last Updated: Thursday, November 2, 2023

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