After the Russian Forces were driven back into Belarus by April 1, 2022, there were still countless dangers from mines, grenades and various unexploded ordinance scattered across the fields north of Kyiv.
Bomb teams for the Kyiv region police demonstrated their disposal procedure for the news media. They detonated anti-tank mines TM-62M, VOG-25 and detonators for artillery shells led by Mykola Murai, head of the explosives unit for the Kyiv Region Police.
The problems of mines in Ukraine is so severe that many experts in the field have called it the “biggest explosives problem of the 21st century” and they would not be exaggerating. Russia covered so much of the terrain across the north of and west of Kyiv alone that it will take years and all available government, international and private resources to deal with the threat.
Use of UAVs to detect mines has been under testing for a while. Read more about this at Pravda.com.ua