On the 9th of this month, the leaders of Russia, Azerbaijan and Armenia signed a tripartite statement, which would “complete ceasefire” in the Naka region.
At present, Russian peacekeeping forces are carrying out explosive ordnance disposal work in the Naka region. The reporter of Russia Today recently went to the scene for on-site visit.
Although the Asian and Afghan sides have now ceasefired in the Naqqa region, a large number of bombs left here are in urgent need of dismantling, and Russian peacekeeping forces have sent special explosive ordnance disposal teams.
Russian military: We may find various bombs, especially air-delivered missiles, which landed in local gardens and squares, but did not explode.
The explosive ordnance disposal team patrolled the road every day to find a target. Not far away is a city in the Naka region.
Many people who fled from the war are about to return. For their safety, these hidden dangers need to be cleared as soon as possible.
Russian military: We found two portable rockets and two 125cm tank shells here.
The explosive ordnance disposal team will divide the bombs into three categories according to the safety level. The third category is the safest, such as rockets, which can be transferred to the appropriate location and dismantled.
The first category, the most dangerous, such as some missiles with poor stability, must be dismantled in situ.
In order to improve the efficiency of explosive ordnance disposal, the Russian army also brought experienced bullet sniffer dogs.
Russian soldier: It’s called Jacqueline. He is a Belgian Shepherd. He participated in the security work of the 2018 World Cup in Russia. He has received a lot of training. We have worked together for three years.