Practical measures to survey sites of the terrain and to free the territory from explosive objects continue in Severodonetsk district. The first phase of this work, supported by the Danish Refugee Council/Danish Demining Group, has now been completed. Since the beginning of the implementation of this year's program, more than 1.64 hectares of territory have been surveyed (demined), 131 explosive devices have been detected, defused, transported and disposed. On June 10, an awarding ceremony was held for specialists-pyrotechnists from the Kyiv, Kirovograd, Dnepropetrovsk, Lugansk, Odessa and Kharkov regions, who carried out work to clean up the Lugansk region from explosive objects.
On June 9 in the territory of TC Bukovel, Polyanytsya village of Ivano-Frankivsk region there was held a final field conference with training in the project "Joint protection of people and the environment by creating a Ukrainian-Polish system of disaster prevention and response in the Carpathian Euroregion" of the Cross-border Cooperation Program Poland-Belarus-Ukraine 2014-2020.
A practical part of the training on non-technical area survey allegedly contaminated with explosives took place at the Interregional Center for Humanitarian Demining and Rapid Response of the SES of Ukraine in the framework of the OSCE International Technical Assistance Project “Development of Ukraine's Mine Action Capabilities”.
The State Emergency Service of Ukraine received a letter of gratitude from the Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic for the support and assistance to Czech firefighters during the delivery of property humanitarian aid from the Czech Republic to Ukraine.
After that, the State Secretary, Director of the Emergency Situations Department of the Romanian Ministry of Interior Raida Arafata, representatives of the Romanian Consulate General in Chernivtsi met with the leadership of the Head Department of the SES of Ukraine in Chernivtsi Oblast.
On May 20-21, representatives of the project team of the Main Department of the SES of Ukraine in Chernivtsi oblast took part in an online meeting of the Steering Committee for the implementation of the infrastructure project “Improving security level and safety of the population in the cross-border region by strengthening joint training and cooperation in emergency management – BRIDGE”. Rescuers together with colleagues from Ivano-Frankivsk oblast and partners from Romania discussed the updated status of cross-border activities and procurement, as well as possible ways of project implementation.