The war in Ukraine has seen the use of ground and aerial weapons on a scale not seen in Europe for decades, causing immense devastation and human suffering. And the legacy of explosive hazards since the onset of the war, in the form of unexploded ordnance, landmines, and cluster munitions, will take decades to address. It’s a legacy that will kill and injure civilians long after the conflict has ended. This is not just a problem for the future, however but a challenge for the present: explosive ordnance risks civilian lives, hampers efforts to deliver emergency humanitarian aid, and prevents people fleeing to safety.
"Ukraine: Coordinating the Reponse,"
The Journal of Conventional Weapons Destruction: Vol. 25
, Article 3.
Available at: https://commons.lib.jmu.edu/cisr-journal/vol25/iss3/3
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