El jefe del Centro Internacional Antiminas de las Fuerzas Armadas de Rusia, Igor Mikhailik, dijo el lunes que más de 2.000 hectáreas de territorio han sido examinadas por ingenieros de combate rusos, resultando en la desactivación de más de 24.000 municiones.

“La Ingeniería de Campo es una profesión internacional y nos gustaría ver a ingenieros de combate no sólo de la Federación de Rusia, sino también de otros países”, dijo Mikhailik en una entrevista con Rossiya-24.

Desde el comienzo de la operación antiterrorista de Rusia en Siria, “unas 2.000 hectáreas han sido examinadas y más de 24.000 municiones han sido desactivadas”, dijo.

El Ministerio de Defensa ruso dijo que los grupos militantes en Alepo minaron “literalmente todo”.

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