Mine situation

Current status of mine suspected areas in the Republic of Croatia amounts to 416,40 km2 and it is a result of humanitarian demining and general survey operations. Mine suspected area (MSA) covers counties i.e. 60 towns and municipalities contaminated with mines and unexploded ordinances. It is assumed that the MSA is contaminated with 39.299 mines. Mine suspected area is also contaminated with large number of unexploded ordinances, especially in the areas of combat operations during the Homeland war. In line with the Law on Humanitarian Demining, the MSA is categorized into areas for mine search and demining. The entire MSA on the territory of the Republic of Croatia is marked with 13.499 mine warning signs.



WARNING: Maps display the counties with mine contaminated areas. Each county contains the list of cities and municipalities with parts that are considered to be within mine suspected areas where mines, UXOs or other explosive ordinances might be found.

Croatian mine action centre, Ante Kovaia 10, 44 000 Sisak
Tel. +385 44 554 151
Fax. +385 44 554 142, e-mail: hcr@hcr.hr

Regional office East, Vjenac Ivana Metrovia 14 b, 31 000 Osijek
Tel. +385 31 250 821
Fax. +385 31 250 829, e-mail: osijek@hcr.hr

Regional office South, S. Radia 1, 23 000 Zadar
Tel. +385 23 224 870
Fax. +385 23 224 871, e-mail: zadar@hcr.hr


The 14th International Symposium Humanitarian Demining 2017


Mine suspected areas in Croatia:
416,40 km2

The Office for Mine Action
Cluster for humanitarian demining