Feedback

No need to evacuate people from Kherson region, - Ministry of occupied territories

There are no cases of chemical poisoning among the civil population of Kherson region
18:56, 8 September 2018

112 Agency

There are no cases of chemical poisoning among the population of Kherson region, so there is no need to evacuate residents. This is reported on Twitter by the Ministry of the occupied territories, referring to the information of the Department of Health of the Kherson Regional State Administration.

The ministry noted that about 2 thousand children will be sent to Skadovsk "with the goal of prophylactic and preventing possible negative health consequences."

"Children will study at school and relax with their parents and accompanying teachers," the ministry said.

According to the Ministry of Education and Science, 700 people were already sent to Skadovsk in two days.

We are talking about a possible danger for residents of the Kherson region after the release of a substance of unknown origin into the atmosphere  in the town of Armyansk, which is in the occupied Crimea.

At first, the representatives of the occupation authorities did not recognize the problem, but on September 4 "Crimean authorities" for the first time declared that the maximum permissible concentration of sulfur dioxide in Armyansk and surrounding villages exceeded the norm. The children were evacuated, the local residents were urged to spend as little time as possible in the open air.

It is known that after a chemical outbreak in Armyansk 61 Ukrainian border guards asked for medical help.

Related: Jury of Venice Film Festival calls Russia to release Sentsov

Related: Chemical emission in Crimea: Five Ukrainian border guards hospitalized

Topics:
Система Orphus

If you find an error, highlight the desired text and press Ctrl + Enter, to tell about it

Comments
see more