Uralkali to take all steps to minimize effects of Solikamsk-2 accident

Russian potash producer Uralkali will take all the necessary steps to minimize the adverse effects of the accident that occurred at the company's Solikamsk-2 site, Uralkali CEO Dmitry Osipov is quoted by the company's press service as saying.

Russian potash producer Uralkali will take all the necessary steps to minimize the adverse effects of the accident that occurred at the company's Solikamsk-2 site, Uralkali CEO Dmitry Osipov is quoted by the company's press service as saying.

"The accident at the mine is not catastrophic in nature, not for the company's activities, nor for the people who live near the mine. Its effects are currently being localized. There is a clear plan for eradicating [the effects] as quickly as possible. We will take all the necessary measures to minimize the adverse effects of the accident for the company, investors, partners and residents of the city of Solikamsk and the Solikamsk district," he said.

The world's largest potash producer suspended Solikamsk-2 mine work after high levels of brine inflow were detected.

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