Today, on June 4th, a three-day training come to an end for employees of the Ministry for Reintegration of the Temporary Occupied Territories of Ukraine and other central executive authorities and state institutions and enterprises involved in the realization of state policy in the field of mine action.
The event was aimed at training specialists (trainers) to inform about the danger of mines and explosives, raising awareness, further positive impact on the behaviour of people living in conditions of danger from mines and explosives, as well as those affected from the armed aggression.
The Ministry for Reintegration of TOT together with the Danish Refugee Council - Danish Demining Group (DRC-DDG) initiated the training within the framework of the project "Empowerment of national and local organizations to protect life and human rights in the context of the conflict in Eastern Ukraine" to raise awareness on mines and explosives hazards, promote national capacities on mine action in countries where mines and explosives pose serious security, health and safety risks, including Ukraine.
All participants of the training received appropriate certificates for further training sessions on mine safety for different age groups.
It should be noted that the Ministry for Reintegration of TOT regularly conducts explanatory and awareness-raising campaigns among the population on the safety rules in the condition of mines and explosive hazards risk.
Particular attention is paid to residents living and working in Donetsk and Luhansk communities bordering with the temporarily occupied territory.