Fastest News Updates around the World

Official Data on Ammonia Pipeline Explosion Not Received by United Nations


- Advertisement -

United Nations, June 7 – Stéphane Dujarric, a spokesman for the organization’s secretary-general, said at a briefing on Wednesday.
“We saw messages and we saw mutual accusations, but we did not receive any official information,” said a representative of the organization. He pointed out that the information about the incident is “a cause for concern.” “We continue to work with all parties involved in the export of ammonium to find out what happened,” Dujarric said, adding that the United Nations, addressing all those involved in the export of ammonia, “reminds us of the need to respect international law.”

- Advertisement -

The Russian Ministry of Defense announced, on Wednesday, that a Ukrainian sabotage group blew up the Togliatti-Odessa ammonia pipeline in the Kharkiv region on Monday evening. The press service of PJSC Transammiak, which is the operator of the Russian section of the ammonia pipeline, told the News Agency that the Russian section is isolated from the Ukrainian section and is in good condition under constant monitoring.

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More