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Uganda: Uganda advances on treaty obligations towards landmine survivors, years after declaring mine-free status

Source: Anti-Personnel Mine Ban Convention Country: Uganda
Kampala-Geneva, 6 October 2018 - Uganda, which joined the Anti-Personnel Mine Ban Convention in 1999, declared itself free of all known mine contamination in 2012. While Uganda successfully fulfilled its mine clearance obligation under the Convention, it recognized it had an ongoing obligation towards landmine survivors. Six years onward, Uganda is determined to keep the Conventionand#39;s promise to do [its] utmost in providing assistance for

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