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A giant oil spill appeared on the Lena River in Yakutia

A giant oil spill appeared on the Lena River in Yakutia
Photo: minpriroda.sakha.gov.ru

A giant oil spill was discovered on the Lena River in Yakutia. Its length is approximately two km and its width is 700 meters. State environmental experts took water samples and are now checking the contents of the oily film.

According to the Ministry of Natural Resources of Yakutia, the inspectors received information about the pollution of the river and went to inspect the indicated area, where the anchorage of ships was located. The motor ship Lenaneft-2030 and the tugboat Captain Sychev were found on it.

Not far from the place where the vessels were on the joke, experts noticed a large oil slick. They will have to assess the water quality in the area, determine the level of pollution and find the guilty in the future.