The Russian armed forces International Mine Action Centre officially opened its campus and begun training soldiers from the Syrian Arab Army (SAA), in Aleppo on Tuesday.

Head of the International Mine Action Centre, Igor Mihalik, explained that “a training centre for Syrian-Arab Republic specialists has been launched by a de-mining squad” in order to finish cleaning areas of Aleppo.

Around 70 SAA soldiers are expected to participate in the first round of training, which will last between one and three months.

Igor Mihalik, Head of Russian International Mine Action Centre (Russian): “Now we will finish clearing areas of Aleppo. A training centre for Syrian-Arab Republic specialists has been launched by a demining squad.”

Igor Mihalik, Head of Russian International Mine Action Centre (Russian): “We have already received some applications. We start training the first group on January 31. Approximately, 60-70 people from the Syrian army are expected for the first phase of training.”

 

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Just hope for them they also receive some robots… Hand-demining really sucks…

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A step achieve normality for the civilians. Where is the “Free World” and the UN?