As a result of the special work to clear the territory of explosive remnants of war, nine WWII bombs were found.
Fierce battles with the Nazi invaders unfolded near Kingisepp during the Great Patriotic War. Beginning in mid-July 1941, when the German command sent the main forces of the 41st Motorized Corps to Kingisepp, and ending February 1, 1944 when Soviet troops stormed the town during the Kingisepp-Gdov operation. During this interval of time on the territory of Kingisepp district there were various battles with the use of different types of ammunition, some of which are still dangerous for the civilian population, as well as for the specialists and technicians during the construction and installation works.
The Kingisepp-Gdov operation (February 1, 1944 – March 1, 1944) is a frontal offensive operation by troops of the Soviet Leningrad Front against the troops of the 18th German Army to defeat the German Army Group North, fully lifting the blockade of Leningrad and liberating the Leningrad region. It is part of the Leningrad-Novgorod strategic offensive operation.
Specialists of the Center for Humanitarian Demining and Special Works carry out a survey and subsequent CLEANING OF THE TERRITORY FROM ANY TYPE OF EXPLOSIVE OBJECTS. Our company works on a contractual and tender basis. We have all the necessary licenses and permits, equipment and vehicles to quickly and safely solve the tasks set by the customer.