Ukraine is contaminated with anti-personnel mines and cluster munition remnants.

Cluster Munition Remnants

Anti-Personnel Mines
  • Performance

    Not Applicable

Recommendations for Action

  • Ukraine should accede to the Convention on Cluster Munitions (CCM) as a matter of priority.
  • Ukraine should comply with its obligations under international human rights law to clear cluster munition remnants (CMR) on territory under its jurisdiction or control as soon as possible.
  • Ukraine should undertake a baseline survey of CMR contamination in areas to which it has effective access.
  • Ukraine should expedite implementation of its new national mine action legislation and create the necessary structures and procedures to allow systematic clearance of CMR.
  • Ukraine should elaborate a strategic plan for mine action, including for CMR survey and clearance.
  • Ukraine should systematically collect data on contamination from mines, CMR, and other explosive remnants of war (ERW), as well as progress in survey and clearance, and establish a centralised database for planning purposes.
  • Ukraine should report on contamination, survey, and clearance activities in a manner consistent with the International Mine Action Standards (IMAS).
  • Ukraine should consult with mine action stakeholders and elaborate standardised national criteria for the prioritisation of CMR clearance.

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