20 Citizens in Kurdistan and Iran have been victimized to landmines and ammunitions

 Kurdpa Agency: From the beginning of this year until the end of October, 20 civilians were killed and injured in mine  and ammunitions explosion in Kurdistan and Iran.

 According to statistics released by the Minefield.blogfa  from the beginning of this year until the end of October, 20 civilians were killed and wounded in a mines blast in Kurdistan and Iran.

 According to the statistics, five civilians were killed in a mine explosion and 15 others were injured, and most of the injured suffered from leg injuries.

 According to these statistics, the majority of these citizens have been victimized in the provinces of Urmia, Sanandaj, Ilam and Kermanshah.

 According to official investigations, Iran is the second-most contaminated with mines country in the world, and apart from controversial statistics on landmine numbers, it is estimated at four million and two hundred thousand hectares of Iran's land, officials have reported that there has been more than 16 million unexploded mines and ordnance after the end of war in Urmia, Sanandaj, Kermanshah, Ilam and Khuzestan.