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No Pollution in Romania's Territorial Waters in Black Sea
No Pollution in Romania's Territorial Waters in Black Sea
Romania's Black Sea coast (Photo: Romanian Ministry of Environment)

Nothing unusual is observed as regards the quality of the water in Romania's territorial waters in the Black Sea after the Kakhovka Dam breach in Ukraine on June 6, the Romanian Ministry of Environment, Water and Forests said in its daily report published on its website. The report is about the hydro-meteorological situation and the quality of the environment in the Danube River delta and along the Romanian Black Sea coast from 8 a.m. on July 1 to 8 a.m. on July 2.

The Romanian National Institute of Public Health said on June 15 that water quality would be monitored in the counties of Constanta and Tulcea on a daily basis for a period of 14 days due to fears of possible pollution in the Black Sea after the Kakhovka Dam collapse.

/NZ/

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