Over 1.8 mln square metres of land cleared of landmine in Angola's Lunda Sul

Luanda [Angola], November 18 (ANI/Xinhua): More than 1.8 million square metres of land was cleared from landmines in 2021 in Lunda Sul provinceAngola, the National Institute for Demining announced on Wednesday.
According to the head of the department of the Institution Jose Dumba, the demining actions were done in agricultural areas and in the construction site of new infrastructures in Saurimo, the capital of Lunda Sul province.

The official explained that during the process, 1,524 unexploded ordnance devices were removed, with emphasis on anti-tank mines, anti-personnel, grenades, PRG, unexploded ordnance, 60 and 80 MM projectiles, cannon, large and small ammunition cartridges, fuses, and various metals.

Read more At: https://www.aninews.in/news/world/others/over-18-mln-square-metres-of-land-cleared-of-landmine-in-angolas-lunda-sul20211118154935/


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