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DONETSK, October 23. /TASS/. The Donetsk chemical plant that was hit by massive shelling will be reconstructed or transferred to another place, the Prime Minister of the Donetsk People’s Republic, Alexander Zakharchenko, said on the republic’s television Channel One on Thursday, when asked about the fate of workers.
“The plant is very important for the DPR. It produced explosives for coalmines. It will be reconstructed at its site or we will think how to transfer it to a safe place. Explosives must be produced for coalmines that must work. It is interconnected. Where the plant will be located will be definitely decided this month,” he said. The premier assured the workers would not lose the jobs.
When it is decided, the plant will be restored very quickly. “Materials and equipment are in various places, and we can assemble it at one place and quickly restart it,” he added.
The chemical plant was repeatedly shelled. Last time it was shelled on Monday, October 20.