Ammonia leak at chemical plant in Ukraine
Ammonia leak has been reported at a chemical plant besieged by Russian soldiers in Sumy, Ukraine.
Ukraine’s resistance against Russia continues on its own territory.
The Russian army continues its attacks to seize critical and strategic points in the war, which has entered its 26th day.
One of these points is nuclear facilities.
Russia’s intervention in nuclear power plants, on the other hand, creates uneasiness with the thought that it may cause a second Chernobyl incident.
While there were concerns about the nuclear plant leak, a chemical plant leak occurred in the country.
Ukraine’s Sumi Region Governor Dmytro Zhyvytskyy made a statement on the subject.
AMMONIA LEAK DETECTION
Zhyvytskyy said an ammonia spill occurred at the Sumykhimprom chemical plant, which was besieged by Russian troops, in the northeastern Ukrainian city of Sumi.
While Zhyvytskyy has not yet made a clear statement about the cause of the leak, he stated that the 5 kilometer area around the facility is dangerous.
In the statement made by the Ukraine Emergency Service, it was stated that the ammonia leak detected in a chemical facility area in the city of Sumy was resolved, the Emergency Service teams completed their work and the facility employees started working regularly for the restoration. technological process.