Militants to carry out the equipment of the Stirol chemical consortium, - source

Source : 112 Ukraine

Russian-backed militants plan to carry out 90% of the equipment and communication lines of Stirol plant in Horlivka to Russia
11:26, 29 October 2016

90% of the equipment and communication lines are planned to be carried out to Russia for scrap from Stirol chemical plant in Horlivka, according to the source, UkrInform reported.

The liquidation process of the chemical consortium is kept in secret to avoid mass protests among the civilians. The demolition teams are brought from Torez, Snizhne, Shakhtarsk.

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Stirol Horlivka consortium owned by the businessmen Dmytro Firtash used to employ 14 thousand of workers before the war with Russia started in the East of Ukraine. Media reported 4 thousand employees in July 2016 and 2 thousand in September.

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As it was reported earlier, occupants dissembled the equipment on the 2-BIS mining plant in Horlivka and on the hydraulic equipment plant in Irmino in May 2016. The special equipment for producing copper wires was carried out in January. The occupational administration of certain districts of Luhansk region allowed to carry out production assets of JSC Luhansk Karton to Penza region of the Russian Federation. At least six more other plants were deprived of their equipment the same month and two in March.

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