United Nation has Solicited Army Support to mollify Explosive Remnants of War

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The United Nations Mines Action Service (UNMAS) led by the Country Programme Coordinator, Julie Myon has visited the General Officer Commanding 7 Division at Maimalari Cantonment, Maiduguri, Borno state, Northeast Nigeria.

Julie Myon solicited the support of the Army to enable the body carry out its duties in the region.

In her remark, the Programme Coordinator said the agency is UN specialist arms that specialize in mitigation of all explosive hazards such as mines, explosive remnants of war, cluster munitions and improvised explosive devices.

Responding the GOC assured the agency of the Army readiness to support and collaborate with the UN agency.

Present during the visit were some Principal Staff Officers of the Division.

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