“During the week, October 24-30, the personnel and equipment of the State Emergency Service units as part of the Joint Forces were involved in carrying out mine clearance, restoring damaged buildings, firefighting, as well as ensuring the functioning of the points of assistance to the population located within the entry-exit checkpoints. By order of the Joint Forces Commander, the mine clearance units of the State Emergency Service inspected almost 30 hectares of territory, seized and disposed of 327 explosives,” the press center of the JFO Headquarters reports.
As noted, at the request of local authorities and to minimize the consequences of artillery shelling in 2014-2017, the State Emergency Service officers also restored 15 residential buildings.
In addition, rescuers provided first aid and psychological assistance to 36 people on the territory of the entry-exit checkpoints.
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