Partner Country Director, associate professor Tatyana Stefanovska and associate professor Ludmila Kava, member of the NATO team from the National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine visited ISA Lille University from 13th till 17th of March, 2017. This visit is the result of collaboration initiated i.e. by the NATO SPS MYR Project G4687 “Phytotechnology for Cleaning Military Cites” members from Ukraine and Czech Republic. Scholars visited miscanthus research plots located near Lille and were presented industrial land cleaning technology, conducted by Dr. Bertrand Pourrut, ISA Lille. The plot is operated 7th year and showed a good results of soil recovering in terms of enrichment the soil by N and organic matter. Scholars identified the possibility of applying this technology to the metal contaminated sites in Ukraine. Also the results of identification the influence of miscanthus planting on biodiversity were discussed at the scientific meeting followed the field trip. Ukrainian scientists suggested to study biodiversity more deeply and to explore the application of nematodes and collembola as indicators of soil recovering during growing miscanthus. The dialog will be continued in Ukraine when Dr. Pourrut makes a visit to the research plot at Kurakhove, Eastern Ukraine established within NATO SPS MYR G4687 project. The visit was accomplished within Erasmus Plus International Credit Mobility (KA107) bilateral project between NULES, Ukraine and ISA Lille, France.