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No nitrobenzene has been detected in the Amur River waters
No nitrobenzene has been detected in the Amur River waters, the Khabarovsk Territory's Governor Viktor Ishayev told reporters on Friday. However, the section of the Sungari River between Jilin and Harbin remains not cleared, and there will be higher contamination in the Amur this spring, but the level will not be as high as last winter. The Khabarovsk Territorial government reported on Friday that the level of toxic substances in Amur fish did not exceed the safe levels, as test results showed. Sixty four fish samples were tested, and no toxic substances were detected in 30 percent of them. Monitoring of the Amur is continuing. Within the joint Russian-Chinese examination work, Chinese environmentalists have taken samples of water, ice and sediments in the Russian areas of the Amur. Russian and Chinese specialists will conduct the tests separately, and the results of both sides will be studied to assess the situation.
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