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To promote the links between Vietnam’s action on Explosive Remnants of War (ERW) and mine around the region and the rest of the world, a regional senior managers’ course on ERW and mine action opened on September 21st in Hanoi.
The course received trainees from Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Myanmar.
Under the course, modulus and developed professional diagrams by national level university lecturers and experts, as well as regional-level partners were used, in order to connect new methods of management with factual experience in explosive remnant and mine clearance.
Speaking during the opening ceremony, General Director of the Vietnam National Mine Action Centre (VNMAC), Pham Quang Xuan, explosive remnant and mine action was an important component in Vietnam’s international cooperation with regional countries and partners. Vietnam has received vital support from international communities.
“The course has an important significance with VNMAC and is its first international cooperation to link mine action between Vietnam and the regional and international communities,” he said.
With the course, senior managers had a chance to be equipped with important management knowledge./.