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Armenia's Environment Protection Ministry has examined the water of Debed River, with the results to be made known shortly.
Spokesman of the Ministry Hayk Hakobyan says that a previous survey conducted jointly with the Debed NGO has detected no arsenic in Debed River.
On Friday Armenia's Deputy Emergency Minister Nikolay Grigoryan said that there are no toxic matters in Debed River and that the emergency and environment protection ministries have developed a joint program to handle the situation in the Madan repository.
To remind, Oct 17 the Environment Protection Ministry received a signal that the walls of the Madan arsenic repository cracked, and the content began leaking into Debed River. The concrete containers are situated 1 km away from Alaverdi, Lori region, and were built as many as 30 years ago.