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Denmark is increasing its support to mitigate explosive risks in liberated areas of Iraq

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Denmark is increasing its support to mitigate explosive risks in liberated areas of Iraq

Post by RamblerNash on Fri Dec 14, 2018 8:29 pm

Denmark is increasing its support to mitigate explosive risks in liberated areas of Iraq

By about $ 3 million ...

14/12/2018 - 18:15 Iraq

The United Nations Mine Action Service in Iraq (UNMAS) welcomed an additional contribution of DKK 19.5 million (approximately USD 3 million) from the Government of Denmark to mitigate the threat posed by explosive risks and to enable stabilization efforts in liberated areas of Iraq.

The support was announced today by visiting Danish Foreign Minister Anders Samuelsen, according to a statement by UNAMI on Friday.

The Minister expressed his appreciation for the close cooperation between the Mine Action Service of the Ministry of Health and Environment and the United Nations Mine Action Service. "We are painfully aware that the return of displaced persons to their areas and normalcy is not possible as long as the dangers of explosives threaten their lives and security. That is why the work of the United Nations Mine Action Service remains very important. "

This additional contribution from the Government of Denmark, the total Danish support for the work of the United Nations Mine Action Service in Iraq, amounts to US $ 14 million.

The mine risk management activities of the United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS) create conditions for a durable return of displaced persons. In addition, it also contributes to improved coordination, participation and capacity-building for relevant authorities, assessments of the impact of the threat, as well as education and risk awareness initiatives. This reduces the threat of explosive risks by directly supporting stabilization and recovery planning and delivery, while increasing national capacities to manage the overall threat of newly identified explosive threats, according to the UNAMI statement.

"The 1.8 million displaced people still remember the explosive dangers and they are one of the main reasons and concerns for not returning home," said Per Ludhammar, senior director of the Iraq Program at the United Nations Mine Action Service.

"Denmark is an important partner in supporting explosive risk management activities and ensuring safe and orderly return and dignity for the displaced."


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