23 December 2015

Angola: Over 300.000 Square Meters Demined in 2015 in Cunene

Ondjiva — At least 341.000 square meters of land were cleared out from landmines in 2015 in the municipalities of Cuanhama and Cuvelai, southern Cunene province, by the Brigade (B) linked to the Angolan Armed Forces (FAA).

According to the operating activity balance report carried out during the year 2015, with the aim of clearing all actions areas suspicious of landmines focused on the communes of Môngua, Nehone and Ondjiva (Cuanhama) and Mupa (Cuvelai).

In this period, it was removed five anti-personnel landmines and an equal number of anti-tank landmines, 3.019 various ammunitions, 374 remaining engines of war and 15.869 metals.

It was also recorded three landmine incidents and about 1.858 citizens were sensitized and enlightened on landmine risks.

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