Thursday, June 11, 2009
help us in the problem which you made to us!!
Egypt is one of the last countries in the world to have an outstanding programme of mine clearance dating from World War II. A vast coastal strip in the vicinity of Alamein is believed to contain over 20% of the world’s unexploded ordnance. The significance for Egypt is the potential recovery of extensive arable land and the current food crisis may finally prompt the political will to clear the ancient minefields.