Landmines are one of the most catastrophic weapons used in war simply because they still cause disastrous incidents decades after conflicts are resolved. They take hundreds of lives and leave even more people permanently disabled. Mine suspected also land has a strong influence on the development of war affected areas, which cannot be easily reconstructed and rehabilitated. Additionally, leftover mine still pauses a significant obstacle to the effective implementation of fire protection, mitigating natural disasters and management of a state board of control.
Landmines killed 7,073 in 2020, says UN institute.
Landmine Monitor 2021 says civilians, including children, remain primary victims of improvised explosive devices.
Let’s not forget that no human deserves such a danger. We have to stop this.#demining #stopmining pic.twitter.com/dswAIVMLlE
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Traveltomorrow: The EU remains committed towards achieving a mine-free world by 2025