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Demining the Syrian Duma will require 3 of the month

Full clearance of the Syrian city of Duma, freed from terrorists, will take about 3-s months, reports Interfax the message of the Russian Center for reconciliation of the warring parties.

Now there is an active mine clearing of the city. To date, Syrian sappers found and deactivated 1,2 thousand mines, 1,5 tons of explosives, 4 thousand improvised explosive devices. Full clearance of the city will take up to three months
told the representative of the Center.

According to him, "the mines found, judging by the marking, were produced in the NATO countries." Sappers are every day to 250-minute mines and improvised explosive devices.

In turn, the representative of the Syrian army noted that the civilian population of the Duma was actively assisting in demining them.

Recall, April 13 of the Russian Defense Ministry announced the completion of the withdrawal of militants from the Duma. In total, more than 21 thousand radicals and their family members left the city. Currently, the city is completely controlled by the government of ATS.
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  1. igorka357
    igorka357 3 May 2018 15: 12
    Syrian-Russian ...?
    1. Wei
      Wei 3 May 2018 15: 16
      Clearance and then it starts again ..! Here the problem is more global ..
  2. evil partisan
    evil partisan 3 May 2018 15: 17
    It is necessary to arrange a display of all mines found and other things for the media. They would kick the Westerners into this show, because they themselves, of their own free will, would not go there for anything. And then ask them: “Well?”.
    1. igorka357
      igorka357 3 May 2018 15: 20
      Oh yes this is nonsense ... DAIShevtsev armament is 80-90% Soviet-Russian .. yes and not only among them .. so you said a little without thinking .. hi
  3. alex-cn
    alex-cn 3 May 2018 16: 37
    Something I can’t believe hard that they’ll keep within three months with mine clearance, there are so many things stacked-attacked ...