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19 September 2020


Ammonium that destroyed Beirut was produced in Rustavi

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The ammonium nitrate that caused the explosion in the port of Beirut was most likely produced at the Azot plant in Rustavi.

Axar.az reports that the statement came from Levan Burdiladze, director of Rustavskiy Azot, in an interview with Echo Kavkaza.

He said that the company has been operating the plant since 2017, and this cargo was produced in 2013. However, Burdiladze stressed that the shelf life of the product produced in Rustavi is 6 months.

Earlier, it was reported that ammonium nitrate in Beirut was misappropriated from the ship "Rosus" flying the Moldovan flag. It was reported that the product was transported from Batumi to Mozambique.

Date
2020.08.06 / 12:41
Author
Tural Azimzadeh
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