Mine-contaminated areas pose a threat not only to the basic rights of people but also to a safe environment, clean ecological conditions, and social-infrastructural activities, Vugar Suleymanov, Chairman of the Board of the Azerbaijan Mine Action Agency (ANAMA), said during his speech at the second international technical conference themed “Combating the Mine Threat: Innovations and Advanced Practices” held in Baku, Report informs.

According to him, since November 10, 2020, 337 people have been victims of explosive remnants of war, 65 people have lost their lives, and 272 people have received various degrees of physical injuries.