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28 Jan

On the 24th and 25th January 2019, representatives of the Libyan Ministry of Defence, accompanied by representatives of the Libyan Embassy in the Republic of Croatia, visited HCR-CTRO. The Libyan delegation consisted of four officers from the Engineering Directorate of the Ministry of Defence.
The delegation expressed a strong interest in the training courses conducted by HCR-CTRO, especially in the EOD courses, as well as the general airborne survey conducted with drones. At the end of the meeting it was concluded that an Agreement on Cooperation should be prepared and signed.

14 Jan

From 10th to 11th January, HCR-CTRO conducted a training course on ERW risk education for representatives of the Serbian-Russian Humanitarian Centre from Niš. The Co-director of the Center, Mr Bojan Glamoclija, and his two assistants, attended the course and became qualified for ERW education instructors. The course was a continuation of excellent cooperation between HCR-CTRO, as a leading training centre from the region in the field of humanitarian demining, and structures involved in humanitarian demining in the Republic of Serbia. The representatives of the Serbian-Russian Centre were very pleased with the training. Discussions were also led about continuation of cooperation and possible joint projects.

07 Dec

From 3rd to 7th December 2018, HCR-CTRO conducted an EOD training course Level 3 for six trainees from Croatian demining companies.

All the trainees passed the examination held after the completion of the training course. HCR-CTRO Director, Mr Ivan Šteker, congratulated the trainees and said that they are no longer engaged solely in demining, but they have stepped into the world of mine action and they will from now on be competitive at the international work market.

CROMAC Director. Mr Zdravko Modrušan, also attended the certificate awarding ceremony. He congratulated the trainees on their efforts and good results shown at the examination. Together with the Examination Board members, he pointed out that the utmost priority in their work should be safety, both their own, and the one of their colleagues. He wished them all the best in their future work.