The National Agency for Demining the Territories of the Republic of Azerbaijan was established on July 18, 1998 by Order No. 854 of the Great leader Heydar Aliyev.
According to the Decree No. 1251 of the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan dated January 15, 2021, the Mine Clearance Agency of the Republic of Azerbaijan (ANAMA) was established as a public legal entity on the basis of the National Agency for Demining the Territories of the Republic of Azerbaijan. Agency carries out clearance and disposal activities in the territories liberated from occupation and affected by the war from mines, unexploded ordnance, explosive devices and other explosive remnants. At the same time, ANAMA is the main executive body of the government in this field, as well as coordinating and managing demining activities carried out in the country.
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