In the OP called to talk about plans for the elimination of damages of the accident in Norilsk

Russia must not only eliminate the effects of the oil spill in Norilsk, but to publicly tell the world how it will happen, according to the Chairman of the Commission of Public chamber of the Russian Federation on ecology and environmental protection, Elena Sharoykina.

Russia, as recalled Sharoykina, in 2021 becomes chair of the Arctic Council, which includes eight countries.

"For us it is crucial not just to eliminate the consequences and to preserve the unique ecosystem of the region, but publicly for the whole world to tell what will happen, how it will happen," - said the member of the OP of the Russian Federation in the framework of the round table "the Accident in Norilsk: environmental damage and recovery program".

Nature, air, water and earth, according to Sharoykina, do not belong to the individual companies, and people.

"Russia is responsible, probably, in General, to humanity for the preservation of natural resources that she has," said Sharoykina.

One of the storage tanks of diesel fuel at TPP-3 (NTEC, part of the group Norilsk Nickel) Norilsk may 29 was damaged due to the subsidence of the supports of the Foundation, a leak occurred about 21 thousand tons of oil products. MMC believes the main cause of the accident, the warming in the permafrost, which resulted in the movement of the supports under the fuel tanks.