Ukraine presented the draft Anti-Mining Activity Strategy (AAS) and plans and needs for 2024. It was presented during the meeting of the sectoral working group, which was co-chaired by the First Deputy Prime Minister Minister of Economy Yulia Svyrydenko, Coordinator of the UN system in Ukraine Denise Brown, Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Japan to Ukraine Kuninori Matsuda.
According to the plan for the next year, the following areas of work were singled out: digitization of the sphere; creation of a transparent market for humanitarian demining services; stimulation of national production in the field of humanitarian demining; coordination of resources to ensure priority in the use of resources.
According to Roman Palchykov, the head of the First Foundation for Rebuilding Ukraine, this Strategy has long been overdue, since it is the state that should regulate such issues at the legislative level so that all participants in the process have a vector regarding this essential activity and can fully unite their efforts around it. And in the future to move forward more actively for demining and cleaning Ukraine.