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Ammonia leak in Sumy factory

During heavy bombings in the Podil district of Kyiv, several homes and a shopping center were hit. At least four people were killed. And a chemical plant in the Ukrainian city of Sumy leaked ammonia, but that leak has now been closed. Rutte and Biden are visiting Poland this week, while the EU is considering banning the import of Russian oil.

The leak in a chemical plant near the Ukrainian city of Sumy where ammonia was released has been closed, writes APReuters reported that the leak is dangerous for residents in a radius of 5 kilometers around the factory, AFP talks about a radius of 2.5 kilometers. The advice to residents in the risk area is to take shelter in cellars.

Due to the wind direction, the leak does not pose a risk to the city of Sumy itself, where 250,000 people lived before the war. In the city, about 350 kilometers east of Kyiv, there has been heavy fighting for weeks.


Various types of fertilizer are produced in the factory. According to Ukraine, the leak would have been caused by a Russian bombardment. Ammonia is a toxic substance that can affect the mucous membranes and respiratory organs. It can also strongly irritate the eyes.

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Prime Minister Mark Rutte will visit both Lithuania and Poland on Monday. In addition to conversations with ministers, he visits Dutch soldiers in Lithuania and meets with Ukrainian refugees in Poland.

Ammonia leak in Sumy factory in the Podil district of Kyiv as a result of heavy bombing in Kyiv

US President Joe Biden will travel to Poland on Friday to speak with his counterpart Andrzej Duda about the Ukraine crisis. Poland is hosting some 2 million refugees from neighbouring Ukraine. On Wednesday, Biden will fly to Europe, where he will participate in NATO, G7 and EU summits in Brussels on Thursday.

The European Union would consider a ban on the import of oil from Russia, anonymous sources report to Reuters news agency. The EU will meet this week with US President Biden, among others, in a series of meetings intended to prepare a fifth round of sanctions against Russia.


Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said in his daily video message on Sunday that peace talks with Russia may be held in the Israeli capital Jerusalem. “It’s a good place to find peace, if that’s possible,” Zelensky said.

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett is trying to act as an intermediary between Ukraine and Russia. Bennett spoke several times last week with both Zelensky and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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Earlier on Sunday, Zelensky addressed members of the Knesset, as the Israeli parliament is called. In addition, Zelensky criticized Israel’s reluctance regarding the Russian invasion. The government in Jerusalem has so far not imposed sanctions on the Kremlin, nor has it supplied weapons to Ukraine. “Indifference is deadly,” Zelensky told the Knesset.

Russia on Sunday called on Ukrainian troops to lay down their weapons in the southeastern port city of Mariupol. Ukraine will have until Monday 3:00 a.m. Dutch time to cease firing. Russia says that at 8:00 a.m. Dutch time, it will open the humanitarian corridors in Mariupol so that residents could safely leave the city.


Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk said that there can be “no question of surrendering or laying down weapons”, reports the Ukrainian Pravda news. The Russians have been informed of this decision, vereshchuk said.

Mariupol has been bombarded by Russian airstrikes for weeks. The humanitarian situation there is catastrophic. There is no electricity and hardly any food or clean water.

Ammonia leak in Sumy factory in the Podil district of Kyiv as a result of heavy bombing in Kyiv

Ammonia leak in Sumy factory in the Podil district of Kyiv as a result of heavy bombing in Kyiv

On Sunday evening, the Podil district in Kyiv was heavily bombed by the Russians. Several homes and a shopping center were affected. At least four people were killed, local authorities reported.

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Half of the workers who have been working non-stop since the Russian takeover of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant have been rotated. Other Ukrainian employees have taken over their duties. That made the nuclear watchdog of the United Nations (IAEA) Sunday known.


More than three weeks ago, the Russians took over the nuclear power plant where the world’s largest nuclear disaster occurred in 1986.

The employees of the nuclear power plant worked without stopping under great pressure because they were not allowed to be repaid. That led to huge safety concerns. They were repeatedly called upon to be relieved. “They’ve been there for far too long.

I hope that the rest of the employees can also be relieved quickly,” the head of the IAEA said on Sunday evening.

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