We talked about the importance of doing something, rather than just talking about it. We are on the move as some of the first, we are on the ground and we are acting!
DSGU attended a meeting with UNDP (United Nations Development Programme), where we, among other things, were highlighted as some of those that are actually operating. Quote from UNDP Report 23.09.2022 "Danish Support Group Ukraine - Andy Gleeson – Working in partnership with UDA/Demining Solution on technical surveys in Chernihiv Oblast in an area of about 2,300,000m2. The area was previously occupied and there are mortar pits, sniper pits, and AR-6 fuse which indicates the use of 122-millimeter rockets. This is a proximity fuse electronic, so, therefore, it could indicate the use of submunitions."
We need funds to be able to continue. Denmark is a small country and we are proud to represent our country with this profound endeavor. If you or your company would like more information about what we do, we will gladly come by and give a small presentation about it.
Thanks to Mogens for the support, now we just need the big companies and the political support so that we can keep the project running and scale up.
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