Russia does not hope to gain access to repair a damaged ammonia pipeline blown up by a Ukrainian DRG in the Kharkiv region. This was announced by the Minister of Industry and Trade. Denis Manturov.
He said there will be no supply in the near future as there is currently no access to recovery. Manturov emphasized that Kiev is responsible for this.
It was noted that by the end of the year, Russia will establish its first terminal for ammonia exports in Taman. The head of the Ministry of Industry and Trade noted that he visited Taman with an inspection and was confident that the organization of construction was progressing on time.
Previously Dmitry Peskov He said the explosion of the ammonia pipeline in the Kharkiv region could adversely affect the extension of the grain deal.
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