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No threat posed to Ros River, - Ukraine's PM

Volodymyr Groysman said there was no danger in drinking the water supplied to the cities; the city water canals can work in a routine mode
16:26, 10 June 2019

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Nothing threatens the state of water on Ros River, as the State Emergency Service controls the situation. Ukraine’s PM Volodymyr Groysman told that to the press in Vinnytsia region.

“State Emergency Service, Ukraine’s State Service of food safety and protection monitor the state of possible pollution. According to the information I have, the situation is under control, no threat posed, all the services are monitoring the situation and take necessary steps. I think we have to adhere the instructions given by State Emergency Service,” Groysman said.

Related: Chemical spill in Ros River: Uman has water reserves enough for three days

Having received the updated information from State Emergency Service, Groysman said there was no danger for drinking water supply to the cities, city water canals can work in a routine mode.

As it was reported an accident occurred in the Zbarzhevka village of Vinnytsia region. During the transportation of an unknown agricultural chemical, the car fell into a tributary of the Ros River. 

Related: Chemical spill in Ros River: Commission to establish further actions

Earlier, the hot water supply was cut off in Rivne due to public debt. It is reported by the press service of LLC Rivneteploenergo on Facebook.

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