New issue of the newsletter South Caucasus Landmine Observer was published

The 6th issue of the quarterly electronic newsletter, South Caucasus Landmine Monitor was published on Friday (18 September). The issue has updates from the region and beyond.

You can read the newsletter here

The newsletter records developments in the elimination of landmines and unexploded ordinance across the South Caucasus together with other related news from across the globe. It is part of a region-wide effort to eliminate the scourge of landmines and unexploded ordinance (UXOs) in the South Caucasus and beyond. It seeks to examine policy issues related to the topic, as well as humanise the ongoing challenges and efforts with news of those affected by landmines, as well as those engaged in clearing them.

South Caucasus Landmine Observer is an activity of LINKS Europe Stichting in collaboration with partners across the region.

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