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Examinations of water samples from the confluence of the Sungari and Amur rivers have not shown a higher concentration of toxic agents
Examinations of water samples from the confluence of the Sungari and Amur rivers have not shown a higher concentration of toxic agents. The situation in the Amur River basin is stable, Tass learnt on Sunday at the regional center of the Russian Ministry for Emergencies. Active monitoring continues. A group of specialists made on Sunday morning another flight by helicopter to the village of Nizhne-Leninskoye, Jewish Autonomous Region. This village is situated 30 kilometers from the mouth of the Sungari River. Water samples are brought from there to the Tectonics and Geophysics Institute, the Water and Ecological Problems Institute as well as laboratories of several departments in Khabarovsk. Besides, samples are examined by the Pcholka mobile laboratory in the Jewish Autonomous Region and by stationary hydrological posts. According to the latest data, poisoned Sungari waters will flow into the Amur River on December 8-10. The crisis center on forecasting and overcoming of possible consequences of the emergency situation, which was set up at the Russian president’s representative in the Far Eastern Federal District, orchestrates work of all structures as well as implementation of top priority and long-term measures.
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